References

  1. ACEA, AAM, EMA, and JAMA, Worldwide Fuel Charter, 4th edition, September 2006.
  2. ISO 4406:1999 Hydraulic fluid power – Code for defining the level of contamination of solid particles.
  3. ISO 16889 Hydraulic fluid power — Filters — Multipass method for evaluating filtration performance of a filter element, 1999
  4. ISO 19438:2003 Diesel fuel and petrol filters for internal combustion engines – Filtration efficiency using particle counting and contaminant retention capacity
  5. ISO/TS 13353:2002 Diesel fuel and petrol filters for internal combustion engines – Initial efficiency by particle counting
  6. ISO CD/23669 – 2005, Hydraulic fluid power filters – Multipass method of evaluating filtration performance of a filter element under cyclic flow conditions
  7. ISO4020 – Road Vehicles – Fuel Filters for Diesel Engines
  8. JIS D1617 – Automotive Parts – Fuel Filters for Diesel Engines Test Methods
  9. SAE J905 – Fuel Filter Test Methods Section 4: Filter Capacity & Contaminant Removal Characteristics.
  10. SAE J1985 – Fuel Filters – Initial Single Pass Efficiency Test Method
  11. Caterpillar Ultra High Efficiency Filters PEHJ0269
  12. Barry Verdegan, Abby True-Dahl, William Haberkamp, Norm Blizard, David Genter, and Eric Quillen, Cummins Filtration Inc, Cummins Inc., “Filtration Solutions for HPCR Systems”
  13. Bosch Diesel Systems Technical Customer Document 0 449 D05 006 – Common Rail – Characteristic data Sheet
  14. Lydall Filtration and Separation – “Design and Performance of Diesel Fuel Filters”, 7th International Filtration Conference
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