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ISO 7169:2014

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Aerospace — Separable tube fittings for fluid systems, for 24 degree cones, for pressures up to 3 000 psi or 21 000 kPa — Procurement specification, inch/metric

ISO 7169:2014 specifies performance and quality requirements for the qualification and manufacture of standard 24° cone fittings and manufacture of 24° cone fittings to ensure reliable performance or equivalent inch-dimensioned fitting ends to ensure reliable performance in aircraft hydraulic systems.

This International Standard specifies baseline criteria for the design and manufacture of system fittings that are qualification-tested on engines.

This International Standard covers fittings of the temperature types and pressure classes specified in ISO 6771.

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