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International Standard ISO 11218 was prepared by Technical Committee ISO/TC 20, Aircraft and space vehicles, Sub-Committee SC 10, Aerospace fluid systems and components.
This International Standard specifies a cleanliness classification for hydraulic fluids in aeroplanes, heli- copters and space vehicles.
Requirements are specified in SAE AS4059A" which is adopted as a de facto ISO International Standard. For the purposes of international standardization, the modification outlined below shall apply to the specific clause of AS4059A.
2 Reference documents
Add the following reference:
ISO 5884:1987, Aerospace - Fluid systems and components Methods for system sampling and measuring the solid particle contamination of hy- draulic fluids.
3 ldentification statement (Reference to this International Standard)
Use the following statement when electing to comply with ISO 11218:
"Hydraulic fluid cleanliness classifications in ac cordance with ISO 11218 "
4 Revision of AS4059A
It has been agreed with SAE that Technical Com- mittee ISO/TC 20 will be consulted in the event of any revision or amendment of AS4059A.