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CURRENT
2017-04-18
Standard
J1696_201704
This SAE Standard defines the requirements for fluid to be used in the SAE Fuel Filter Test Procedures.
2016-06-24
WIP Standard
J1488
To determine the ability of a fuel/water separator to separate emulsified or finely dispersed water from fuels.
CURRENT
2013-10-07
Standard
J1985_201310
This SAE Standard is intended for all sizes of fuel filters, so a variety of test stands may be required depending upon flow rate. The low contamination level, downstream clean-up filter, and short duration of the test, ensures that the particle retention ability of the filter is measured in a single pass as no appreciable loading or regression will occur.
CURRENT
2012-10-15
Standard
J1260_201210
This SAE Standard defines the requirements for an oil to be used in the SAE HS 806 Oil Filter Test Procedures.
CURRENT
2012-10-10
Standard
J2709_201210
This SAE Recommended Practice is applicable to coolant filters installed on mobile or stationary equipment. It describes a body of tests used to characterize the stuctural integrity and filtration performance of coolant filters.
CURRENT
2012-05-29
Standard
J363_201205
This SAE Recommended Practice identifies the necessary dimensional characteristics of filter-base mounting configurations to accept the more commonly used lubricating oil and diesel fuel spin-on filters. This SAE document is basically equivalent to the ISO 6415-1981 and ISO 7654-1983 except for differences detailed in the Rationale.
CURRENT
2012-05-29
Standard
J1124_201205
Over the years during which fluid filtration systems have been developing, many terms have come into use for descriptions of characteristics of filter media, filter assemblies, test methods, and test materials. Inevitably, some terms have been applied loosely, so that the same term may have different meaning to different people, or in different frames of reference. Recognizing the need for clearly defined terms, which can have only one meaning for all persons in all circumstances, so that documents dealing with standard methods of evaluation of filters will have only one interpretation, the Filter Test methods Subcommittee of the SAE Engine Committee has compiled this Glossary of related terms. No attempt has been made to produce an all-inclusive document, containing definitions of all terms related to all types of fluid filters. Instead, the Glossary is confined to the terms likely to be encountered in relation to filters for lubricating oil and fuels.
CURRENT
2011-02-04
Standard
J2793_201102
This SAE Recommended Practice is applicable to gasoline and diesel fuel filters installed on fuel dispensing equipment, mobile or stationary. It describes a set of tests used to characterize the structural integrity, filtration performance, and reaction to water contaminant with fuel dispensing filters.
CURRENT
2010-10-22
Standard
J1488_201010
To determine the ability of a fuel/water separator to separate emulsified or finely dispersed water from fuels. This test method is applicable for biodiesel fuel.
CURRENT
2010-10-20
Standard
J1839_201010
To determine the undissolved water removal performance of a fuel/water separator under controlled laboratory conditions, using water droplets. This test method is applicable for diesel and biodiesel fuel.
CURRENT
2009-09-28
Standard
J905_200909
The purpose of this fuel filter test method is to provide standardized methods for evaluating the performance characteristics of fuel filters by bench test methods. This, combined with data obtained from application tests, may be used to establish standards of performance for filters when tested by these standard methods. Many variations in requirements of filtration to protect fuel supply equipment on engines and variations in operating conditions make it difficult to specify meaningful "in-service" performance standards by which a filter may be judged. By the use of these standard test methods, test conditions are always the same, and comparisons of the laboratory performance of filters may be made with a high degree of confidence. Once the requirements of a particular application are known, performance standards for suitable filters may be established by these test methods, and adequacy of performance of filters for the job may be determined.
HISTORICAL
2007-08-07
Standard
J1260_200708
This SAE Standard defines the requirements for an oil to be used in the SAE HS J806N83 Oil Filter Test Procedures.
HISTORICAL
2007-04-23
Standard
J2709_200704
This SAE Recommended Practice is applicable to coolant filters installed on mobile or stationary equipment. It describes a body of tests used to characterize the structural integrity and filtration performance of coolant filters.
HISTORICAL
2006-08-09
Standard
J1985_200608
This SAE Standard is intended for all sizes of fuel filters, so a variety of test stands may be required depending upon flow rate. The low contamination level, downstream clean-up filter, and short duration of the test ensures that the particle retention ability of the filter is measured in a single pass as no appreciable loading or regression will occur.
CURRENT
2002-06-27
Standard
J1858_200206
This standard establishes a multipass filtration performance test with continuous contaminant injection for lubricating oil filter elements. It also includes a procedure for determining the contaminant capacity, particulate removal characteristics, and pressure loss. It also includes a test currently applicable to lubricating oil filter elements which exhibit a 10 µm filtration ratio of less than 75 and a rated flow between 4 and 600 L/min. This standard provides a test procedure which yields reproducible test data for evaluating the filtration performance of a lubricating oil filter element.
HISTORICAL
1999-01-21
Standard
J905_199901
The purpose of this fuel filter test method is to provide standardized methods for evaluating the performance characteristics of fuel filters by bench test methods. This, combined with data obtained from application tests, may be used to establish standards of performance for filters when tested by these standard methods. Many variations in requirements of filtration to protect fuel supply equipment on engines and variations in operating conditions make it difficult to specify meaningful "in-service" performance standards by which a filter may be judged. By the use of these standard test methods, test conditions are always the same, and comparisons of the laboratory performance of filters may be made with a high degree of confidence. Once the requirements of a particular application are known, performance standards for suitable filters may be established by these test methods, and adequacy of performance of filters for the job may be determined.
HISTORICAL
1997-08-08
Standard
J1839_199708
To determine the undissolved water removal performance of a fuel/water separator under controlled laboratory conditions, using water droplets.
HISTORICAL
1997-08-02
Standard
J1488_199708
To determine the ability of a fuel/water separator to separate emulsified or finely dispersed water from fuels.
HISTORICAL
1997-06-01
Standard
J1696_199706
This SAE Standard defines the requirements for fluid to be used in the SAE Fuel Filter Test Procedures.
HISTORICAL
1995-06-01
Standard
J1839_199506
To determine the undissolved water removal performance of a fuel/water separator under controlled laboratory conditions, using water droplets.
HISTORICAL
1995-06-01
Standard
J1488_199506
To determine the ability of a fuel/water separator to separate emulsified or finely dispersed water from fuels.
HISTORICAL
1994-09-01
Standard
J363_199409
This SAE Recommended Practice identifies the necessary dimensional characteristics of filter-base mounting configurations to accept the more commonly used lubricating oil and diesel fuel spin-on filters. This SAE document is basically equivalent to the ISO 6415-1981 and ISO 7654-1983 except for differences detailed in the Rationale.
HISTORICAL
1994-04-04
Standard
J1696_199404
This SAE Standard defines the requirements for fluid to be used in the SAE Fuel Filter Test Procedures.
HISTORICAL
1994-04-01
Standard
J1260_199404
This SAE Standard defines the requirements for an oil to be used in the SAE HS J806N83 Oil Filter Test Procedures.
HISTORICAL
1993-10-01
Standard
J1985_199310
This SAE Standard is intended for all sizes of fuel filters, so a variety of test stands may be required depending upon flow rate. The low contamination level, downstream clean-up filter, and short duration of the test ensures that the particle retention ability of the filter is measured in a single pass as no appreciable loading or regression will occur.
HISTORICAL
1990-05-01
Standard
J1839_199005
To determine the undissolved water removal performance of a fuel/water separator under controlled laboratory conditions, using water droplets.
HISTORICAL
1990-05-01
Standard
J1488_199005
To determine the ability of a fuel/water separator to separate emulsified or finely dispersed water from fuels.
HISTORICAL
1989-04-01
Standard
J1260_198904
This SAE Standard defines the requirements for an oil to be used in the SAE HS J806N83 Oil Filter Test Procedures.
HISTORICAL
1988-06-01
Standard
J1858_198806
This standard establishes a multipass filtration performance test with continuous contaminant injection for lubricating oil filter elements. It also includes a procedure for determining the contaminant capacity, particulate removal characteristics, and pressure loss. It also includes a test currently applicable to lubricating oil filter elements which exhibit a 10 µm filtration ratio of less than 75 and a rated flow between 4 and 600 L/min. This standard provides a test procedure which yields reproducible test data for evaluating the filtration performance of a lubricating oil filter element.
HISTORICAL
1987-07-01
Standard
J905_198701
The purpose of this fuel filter test method is to provide standardized methods for evaluating the performance characteristics of fuel filters by bench test methods. This, combined with data obtained from application tests, may be used to establish standards of performance for filters when tested by these standard methods. Many variations in requirements of filtration to protect fuel supply equipment on engines and variations in operating conditions make it difficult to specify meaningful 'in-service' performance standards by which a filter may be judged. By the use of these standard test methods, test conditions are always the same, and comparisons of the performance of filters may be made with a high degree of confidence. Once the requirements of a particular application are known, performance standards for suitable filters may be established by these test methods, and adequacy of performance of filters for the job may be determined.
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