ANSI / ISA—S7.0.01-1996 Compressed Air Specifications
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ANSI / ISA—S7.0.01-1996 Air Specifications are listed below. If the specification you need is not shown, please Contact Us
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ANSI / ISA—S7.0.01-1996
|By Particle Size (N)
maximum number of particles per m3
|Vapor Pressure Dewpoint
|A maximum 40 micron particle size in the instrument air system is acceptable for the majority of pnuematic devices. Pneumatic devices that require less than 40 micron particle size shall have additional filtration.
||Pressure dew point at the dryer outlet shall be at least 10°C (18°F) below the minimum temperature to which any part of the instrument air system is exposed. It shall not exceed 4°C (39°F) at line pressure.
||Should be as close to zero as possible, and under no circumstance shall it exceed 1 ppm.
||At the optical microscope magnification used to determine compliance, the entire filter is scanned with 5 µm being the minimum particle size determined. If no particles are detected, a <5 µm value is entered.
|For Nuclear industry - INPO requirements include ensuring that air testing and sampling methods are performed in accordance with the most current ISO-8573 for solid particle content (particulates), humidity (dew point), oil aerosol content, and oil vapor and organic solvent content. Contact Trace for details.
Air & Gas Specifications referenced above may be viewed and/or purchased from: ANSI - American National Standards Institute
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