BS 6494-5:1989, ISO 6263:1987 - Hydraulic fluid power valve mounting surfaces. Specification for compensated flow-control valves

BS 6494-5:1989, ISO 6263:1987

Hydraulic fluid power valve mounting surfaces. Specification for compensated flow-control valves

Status : Withdrawn, Superseded   Published : February 1989 Replaced By : BS ISO 6263:1997

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Standard NumberBS 6494-5:1989, ISO 6263:1987
TitleHydraulic fluid power valve mounting surfaces. Specification for compensated flow-control valves
StatusWithdrawn, Superseded
Publication Date28 February 1989
Withdrawn Date15 September 1997
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)No other standards are normatively referenced
Informative References(Provided for Information)No other standards are informatively referenced
Replaced ByBS ISO 6263:1997
International RelationshipsISO 6263:1987
Draft Superseded By83/77995 DC
DescriptorsFluid equipment, Hydraulic equipment, Valves, Flow regulators, Industrial, Interchangeability, Surfaces, Dimensions, Designations, Marking, Graphic symbols, Locking and locating devices, Mounting pads, Hydraulic transmission systems, Hydraulically-operated devices, Holes
ICS23.100.50
Title in FrenchPlan de pose pour transmissions hydrauliques. Régulateurs de débit . Spécifications
Title in GermanFluidtechnik; Lochbilder fuer den Einbau von Hydroventilen. Stromregelventile
CommitteeMCE/18
ISBN0 580 16996 0
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryNo
Pages22
File Size1.185 MB
Price£130.00


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