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Complementary Documents and Links:. This part of ISO defines methods for determining the size and number of contaminant particles, which have been extracted from components and deposited on the surface of a membrane filter, as determined by using either a light optical microscope LM or a scanning electron microscope SEM.

The result of this measurement is the particle size distribution on the membrane filter. As the function of parts and components can be impaired by the presence of a single or a few critical particles, a complete analysis of the total membrane filter surface is essential. These analyses can be performed either manually or automatically using Image Analysis IA techniques if the appropriate equipment is available. NOTE 1 Manual full-surface counting is a difficult and tiring task associated with errors.

For this reason, an automatic counting system is recommended if the membrane filter is prepared in a suitable way as described herein. NOTE 2 The results of counting and sizing depend on many parameters, such as type and model of microscope, magnification, illumination, and other settings used. Browse Publishers. Top Sellers. My Account. Corporate Sustainability. Investor Relations. All Rights Reserved. Update Cart. Create New Account.

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Road vehicles - Cleanliness of components of fluid circuits - Part 7: Particle sizing and counting by microscopic analysis. ISO defines methods for determining the size and number of contaminant particles, which have been extracted from components and deposited on the surface of a membrane filter, as determined by using either a light optical microscope LM or a scanning electron microscope SEM. The result of this measurement is the particle size distribution on the membrane filter. As the function of parts and components can be impaired by the presence of a single or a few critical particles, a complete analysis of the total membrane filter surface is essential. These analyses can be performed either manually or fully automatically using Image Analysis IA techniques if the appropriate equipment is available. ISO Road vehicles - Cleanliness of components of fluid circuits - Part 7: Particle sizing and counting by microscopic analysis ISO defines methods for determining the size and number of contaminant particles, which have been extracted from components and deposited on the surface of a membrane filter, as determined by using either a light optical microscope LM or a scanning electron microscope SEM.

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