Skip to main content

ISO 2186:2007

Current Date published:

Fluid flow in closed conduits — Connections for pressure signal transmissions between primary and secondary elements

ISO 2186:2007 sets out provisions for the design, lay-out and installation of a pressure signal transmission system, whereby a pressure signal from a primary fluid flow device can be transmitted by known techniques to a secondary device safely and in such a way that the value of the signal is not distorted or modified.

Get this standard Prices exclude GST
PDF ( Single user document)
$185.62 NZD
HardCopy
$185.62 NZD
Networkable PDF
Price varies
Preview only close
Prev {{ page }}/ {{ numPages }} Next
Preview only close
Prev {{ page }}/ {{ numPages }} Next
Pages: 20

Keep me up-to-date

Sign up to receive updates when there are changes to this standard

Related Information

Similar Standards

  • BS 1042-2.2:1983

    Measurement of fluid flow in closed conduits. Velocity area methods, Method of measurement of velocity at one point of a conduit of circular cross section

  • BS 5857-1.1:1980

    Methods for measurement of fluid flow in closed conduits, using tracers. Measurement of water flow, General

  • BS 5857-1.2:1980

    Methods for measurement of fluid flow in closed conduits, using tracers. Measurement of water flow, Constant rate injection method using non-radioactive tracers

  • BS 5857-1.3:1980

    Methods for measurement of fluid flow in closed conduits, using tracers. Measurement of water flow, Constant rate injection method using radioactive tracers

Preview only close
Prev {{ page }}/ {{ numPages }} Next
Preview only close
Prev {{ page }}/ {{ numPages }} Next
Pages: 20

ISO 2186:2007

Get this standard Prices exclude GST
PDF ( Single user document)
$185.62 NZD
HardCopy
$185.62 NZD
Networkable PDF
Price varies

Request to add this standard to your subscription

ISO 2186:2007

Price varies
Online library subscription

Click "Send request for subscription" to request for your Account Administrator to add this standard to your subscripiton.

Cancel