International Standard
ISO 11727:1999
Pneumatic fluid power — Identification of ports and control mechanisms of control valves and other components
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ISO 11727:1999
Edition 1
1999-05
International Standard
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ISO 11727:1999
19651
Published (Edition 1, 1999)
This standard was last reviewed and confirmed in 2020. Therefore this version remains current.

ISO 11727:1999

ISO 11727:1999
19651
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Abstract

1.1 This International Standard includes rules for identifying and marking ports in pneumatic directional control

valves. These ports are the main flow connections, control connections and pilot supply connections.

1.2 This International Standard includes rules for identifying and marking electrical leads for solenoids. It is not

applicable to internal electrical connections across manifold sections, such as connections to bus systems.

1.3 This International Standard includes rules for identifying and marking control mechanisms of directional control

valves.

1.4 This International Standard includes rules for identifying and marking ports and/or flow path directions in filters,

regulators, lubricators, non-return (check) valves, flow control valves and other ancillary devices.

1.5 This International Standard does not include rules for identifying and marking ports on proportional pneumatic

valves, air logic valves, cylinders, air motors, semi-rotary actuators, air compressors, air dryers or other devices not

specifically described in this International Standard.

General information

  •  : Published
     : 1999-05
    : International Standard confirmed [90.93]
  •  : 1
     : 11
  • ISO/TC 131/SC 5
    23.100.50 
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