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Refrigerant 12 Automotive Air-Conditioning Hose

2015-04-21
CURRENT
J51_201504
This SAE Standard covers reinforced hose, or hose assemblies, intended for conducting liquid and gaseous dichlorodifluoromethane (refrigerant 12) in automotive air-conditioning systems. The hose shall be designed to minimize permeation of refrigerant 12 and contamination of the system and to be serviceable over a temperature range of −30 to 120 °C (−22 to 248 °F). Specific construction details are to be agreed upon between user and supplier.1 NOTE—R12 refrigerant has been placed on a banned substance list due to its ozone depletion characteristics. SAE J51 specification will be phased out as new automotive A/C systems are using R134a. SAE J2064 is the Standard for refrigerant 134a hose. For refrigerant 134a use, refer to SAE J2064.
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Non-Contact Hose Measurement Study 1

2006-01-04
HISTORICAL
J2605_200601
The Hose Measurement Task Force conducted a round-robin study to determine the measuring capability of automotive suppliers and users to simultaneously measure the Inside Diameter (ID), Outside Diameter (OD), Wall Thickness (Wall), and Wall thickness Variation (WV) of hose using a laser-based, non-contact LOTIS QC-20 gauging device. Three (3) companies (all end users) participated in this testing with one of the three companies performing the GR&R calculations presented herein. Based upon the round-robin study this report will detail procedures, test measuring devices, results, and conclusions.
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Clamping Force Test Procedure

2018-03-04
CURRENT
J2371_201803
This SAE Recommended Practice is a test procedure to obtain force data for self-compensating type clamps (SAE Type E, CTB, and CTW).
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CLAMPING FORCE TEST PROCEDURE

1997-08-01
HISTORICAL
J2371_199708
This SAE Recommended Practice is a test procedure to obtain force data for self-compensating type clamps (SAE Type E, CTB, and CTW).
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Hose Gauge Evaluation Procedure

2018-04-10
CURRENT
J2666_201804
The Gauge Evaluation Procedure Task Force was formed by the Non-Hydraulic Hose Committee to develop a gauge evaluation procedure to be used when evaluating the capability of gauges used for hose measurement. The use of a standard method for gauge evaluation will help users easily compare equipment capability. The information provided in this recommendation is based on the methods used to produce the data presented in SAE J1759 and J2605.
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Hose Gauge Evaluation Procedure

2003-11-04
HISTORICAL
J2666_200311
The Gauge Evaluation Procedure Task Force was formed by the Non-Hydraulic Hose Committee to develop a gauge evaluation procedure to be used when evaluating the capability of gauges used for hose measurement. The use of a standard method for gauge evaluation will help users easily compare equipment capability. The information provided in this recommendation is based on the methods used to produce the data presented in SAE J1759 and J2605.
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Hose Gauge Evaluation Procedure

2010-06-16
HISTORICAL
J2666_201006
The Gauge Evaluation Procedure Task Force was formed by the Non-Hydraulic Hose Committee to develop a gauge evaluation procedure to be used when evaluating the capability of gauges used for hose measurement. The use of a standard method for gauge evaluation will help users easily compare equipment capability. The information provided in this recommendation is based on the methods used to produce the data presented in SAE J1759 and J2605.
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Non-Contact Hose Measurement Study 1

2015-04-21
CURRENT
J2605_201504
The Hose Measurement Task Force conducted a round-robin study to determine the measuring capability of automotive suppliers and users to simultaneously measure the Inside Diameter (ID), Outside Diameter (OD), Wall Thickness (Wall), and Wall thickness Variation (WV) of hose using a laser-based, non-contact LOTIS QC-20 gauging device. Three (3) companies (all end users) participated in this testing with one of the three companies performing the GR&R calculations presented herein. Based upon the round-robin study this report will detail procedures, test measuring devices, results, and conclusions.
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Non-Contact Hose Measurement Study 1

2001-08-06
HISTORICAL
J2605_200108
The Hose Measurement Task Force conducted a round-robin study to determine the measuring capability of automotive suppliers and users to simultaneously measure the Inside Diameter (ID), Outside Diameter (OD), Wall Thickness (Wall), and Wall thickness Variation (WV) of hose using a laser-based, non-contact LOTIS QC-20 gauging device. Three (3) companies (all end users) participated in this testing with one of the three companies performing the GR&R calculations presented herein. Based upon the round-robin study this report will detail procedures, test measuring devices, results, and conclusions.
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Test Method for Evaluating the Electrical Resistance of Coolant System Hose Covers

2007-06-15
HISTORICAL
J2790_200706
This test method provides a standardized procedure for evaluating the electrical resistance of automotive coolant hose covers. It is know that an electrical potential exists between the engine and the radiator. Coolant hose cover conductivity has been determined to be a factor in reduced hose clamp life when vehicle build variations allow possible contact of the hose or the clamp to contact metal components on the radiator and engine thus completing an electrical circuit. The ensuing electrical current can undercut the clamp protective coating, leaving it vulnerable to the corrosive effects of road salts, moisture, and other environmental contaminants. SAE Recommended Practice J1684 addresses the conductivity of the tube portion of the coolant hose.
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Test Method for Evaluating the Electrical Resistance of Coolant System Hose Covers

2010-02-15
CURRENT
J2790_201002
This test method provides a standardized procedure for evaluating the electrical resistance of automotive coolant hose covers. It is known that an electrical potential exists between the engine and the radiator. Coolant hose cover conductivity has been determined to be a factor to reduce hose clamp life when vehicle build variations allow possible contact of the hose or the clamp to metal components on the radiator and engine thus completing an electrical circuit. The ensuing electrical current can undercut the clamp protective coating, leaving it vulnerable to the corrosive effects of road salts, moisture, and other environmental contaminants. SAE Recommended Practice J1684 addresses the electrochemical resistance of the tube portion of the coolant hose.
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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.
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Compression Set of Hoses or Solid Discs

2004-11-30
HISTORICAL
J1638_200411
This SAE Recommended Practice is used for establishing the compression set that could be expected to occur with engine coolant hoses under securing clamps. It seeks to reproduce the type of indentation caused by the clamps in the wall of the hose. An excessive compression set measured by this method would indicate a hose that could eventually alloy leakage of coolant past the clamps in service. This method has been found to give repeatable results in the range of 25% to 50% initial compression.
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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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SAE Hose Measurement Study

2006-01-04
HISTORICAL
J1759_200601
The Measurement of Coolant Hose task group conducted a round-robin study to determine the measuring capability of automotive suppliers and users to measure Inside Diameter (ID), Outside Diameter (OD), Wall Thickness (Wall) and wall thickness variation of hose using traditional measuring devices and techniques. Seven companies (five suppliers and two end users) participated in this testing. Based upon the round-robin study this information report will detail procedures, test measuring devices, results and recommendations.
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SAE Hose Measurement Study

2000-10-01
HISTORICAL
J1759_200010
The Measurement of Coolant Hose task group conducted a round-robin study to determine the measuring capability of automotive suppliers and users to measure Inside Diameter (ID), Outside Diameter (OD), Wall Thickness (Wall) and wall thickness variation of hose using traditional measuring devices and techniques. Seven companies (five suppliers and two end users) participated in this testing. Based upon the round-robin study this information report will detail procedures, test measuring devices, results and recommendations.
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SAE Hose Measurement Study

2015-04-21
CURRENT
J1759_201504
The Measurement of Coolant Hose task group conducted a round-robin study to determine the measuring capability of automotive suppliers and users to measure Inside Diameter (ID), Outside Diameter (OD), Wall Thickness (Wall) and wall thickness variation of hose using traditional measuring devices and techniques. Seven companies (five suppliers and two end users) participated in this testing. Based upon the round-robin study this information report will detail procedures, test measuring devices, results and recommendations.
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