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Hose Clamp Specifications

2019-01-15
WIP
J1508
This SAE Standard covers thirty-two (32) types of clamps most commonly and suitably being used on OEM coolant, fuel, oil, vacuum, and emission systems.
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Test Method for Evaluating the Electrochemical Resistance of Coolant System Hoses and Materials

2018-11-21
CURRENT
J1684_201811
This test method provides a standardized procedure for evaluating the electrochemical resistance of automotive coolant hose and materials. Electrochemical degradation has been determined to be a major cause of EPDM coolant system hose failures. The test method consists of a procedure which induces voltage to a test specimen while it is exposed to a water/coolant solution. Method #1, referred to as a “Brabolyzer” test, is a whole hose test. Method #2, referred to as a “U” tube test, uses cured plate samples or plates prepared from tube material removed from hose (Method No. 2 is intended as a screening test only). Any test parameters other than those specified in this SAE Recommended Practice, are to be agreed to by the tester and the requester.
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Coolant Hose - Normal Service Type Convoluted, Wire Support Hose (Supplement to SAE J20 for Government Use Replacing Part of MS51008)

2018-03-04
CURRENT
J20/2_201803
This SAE Standard provides ordering information for any SAE 20R5 hose type (such as “EC, HT, LT” or combination thereof.) This is a wire-reinforced hose for coolant circulating systems of automotive type engines. This hose consists of a convoluted section with plain ends. The hose shall contain a wire helix or helices in the convoluted section. It is a supplement for Government use but may be used by others.
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Compression Set of Hoses or Solid Discs

2015-04-21
CURRENT
J1638_201504
This SAE Recommended Practice is used for establishing the compression set that could be expected to occur with a thermoset elastomeric hose under securing clamps. It seeks to reproduce the type of indentation caused by the clamps in the wall of a hose. An excessive compression set measured by this method may indicate a hose that could eventually allow leakage of fluid or gas past the clamps in service.
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Coolant Hose—Normal Service Type Convoluted, Wire Support Hose (Supplement to SAE J20 for Government Use Replacing Part of MS51008)

2009-06-04
HISTORICAL
J20/2_200906
This SAE Standard provides ordering information for any SAE 20R5 hose type (such as “EC, HT, LT” or combination thereof.) This is a wire-reinforced hose for coolant circulating systems of automotive type engines. This hose consists of a convoluted section with plain ends. The hose shall contain a wire helix or helices in the convoluted section. It is a supplement for Government use but may be used by others.
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Hose Clamp Specifications

2009-03-06
CURRENT
J1508_200903
This SAE Standard covers thirty-two (32) types of clamps most commonly and suitably being used on OEM coolant, fuel, oil, vacuum, and emission systems.
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Type "F" Clamps for Plumbing Applications

2008-12-02
CURRENT
J1670_200812
This SAE Standard covers complete dimensional and general specifications for worm drive hose clamps for general use in the plumbing industry.
Standard

Test Method for Evaluating the Electrochemical Resistance of Coolant System Hoses and Materials

2005-09-12
HISTORICAL
J1684_200509
This test method provides a standardized procedure for evaluating the electrochemical resistance of automotive coolant hose and materials. Electrochemical degradation has been determined to be a major cause of EPDM coolant system hose failures. The test method consists of a procedure which induces voltage to a test specimen while it is exposed to a water/coolant solution. Method #1, referred to as a “Brabolyzer” test, is a whole hose test. Method #2, referred to as a “U” tube test, uses cured plate samples or plates prepared from tube material removed from hose (Method No. 2 is intended as a screening test only). Any test parameters other than those specified in this SAE Recommended Practice, are to be agreed to by the tester and the requester.
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