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NB/SH/T 0721-2016 (NBSHT 0721-2016)

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NB/SH/T 0721-2016English329 Add to Cart Days<=3 Standard test method for measuring friction and wear properties of lubricating grease using a high-frequency, linear-oscillation(SRV) test machine NB/SH/T 0721-2016 Valid NB/SH/T 0721-2016
 

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Standard ID NB/SH/T 0721-2016 (NB/SH/T0721-2016)
Description (Translated English) Standard test method for measuring friction and wear properties of lubricating grease using a high-frequency, linear-oscillation(SRV) test machine
Sector / Industry Energy Industry Standard (Recommended)
Classification of Chinese Standard E36
Classification of International Standard 75.100
Word Count Estimation 14,147
Date of Issue 2016-12-05
Date of Implementation 2017-05-01
Older Standard (superseded by this standard) SH/T 0721-2002
Quoted Standard GB/T 17754-2012; GB/T 18778.2-2003; ISO 683-17; ASTM A295/A295M; ASTM D6425; ASTM E45; DIN 51834-3
Adopted Standard ASTM D5707-11, MOD
Drafting Organization China Petrochemical Lubricating Oil Co., Ltd. Chongqing Branch
Administrative Organization National Petroleum Products and Lubricants Standardization Technical Committee Petroleum Fuels and Lubricants Technical Committee
Regulation (derived from) State Energy Administration Bulletin No.9 of 2016
Summary This standard specifies the use of high-frequency linear vibration testing machine (SRV) in the load 200N, frequency SOHz, amplitude 1.00mm, test time 2h, the test machine temperature range: room temperature ~ 280 �� and other specific conditions, the determination of high frequency linear vibration The grease friction coefficient and wear resistance of the method. This standard is also applicable to the determination of similar conditions, the anti-wear properties of liquid lubricants and friction coefficient.