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Todd Smith

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Ok so I have here at the facility an Jenbacher methane poop gas 16 piston motor. So we just had some generator work to this unit. Would this be considered in the reciprocating class? The gen set is connected to an rubber coupling, the whole unit is mounted to one skid plate.


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you need ISO8528-9 or ISO10816-6
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Thank fburgos,

Was not able to find any charts for the ISO ratings, looks like I got to purchase the book in order to see the chart?
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Here seems to be most of them why? I don't know I just found them by searching and have no other connection
http://www.vibsens.com/iso10816-charts/


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Wow your good Oli,

Thanks for the post and taking the time to find this info, my search didn't pull up any thing like this. I did my search (ISO8528-9 or ISO10816-6) like this in the search bar.
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No problem it is good to have a reference handy. I think maybe reluctantly ISO accept or don't hunt colorful charts that obviously is not a cut and paste copy from the documents, likely a grey zone. We have used it in that way on the back side of our instruments since early 1970's so it could be seen as a fact by now maybe or the IP protection was not that strict in those days. If you do need to argue the content you need the document as there often are some "details".
This may give some info on the diesel part, both are required and they are a bit complicated in my view, why make it easy....
I have no connection to this either.
https://www.stamford-avk.com/sites/stamfordavk/files/AGN008_C.pdf


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Ok so I have here at the facility an Jenbacher methane poop gas 16 piston motor. So we just had some generator work to this unit. Would this be considered in the reciprocating class? The gen set is connected to an rubber coupling, the whole unit is mounted to one skid plate.


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Where did this table come from haven't seen this one before, what are the units that are used on it?
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Where did this table come from haven't seen this one before, what are the units that are used on it?


This one comes from the proven method by Jim Berry, technical associates of Charlotte

The units are IPS peak
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Here seems to be most of them why? I don't know I just found them by searching and have no other connection
http://www.vibsens.com/iso10816-charts/



The chart summary is based on ISO 10816.  I think most sections of 10816 have been superseded by ISO 20816.  I suspect the charts have probably not changed much, but I don’t have access anymore to enable me to check.
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It is a moving target and they mess with them every 3 years now? I am not sure they got thru the list yet so not all moved to 2 series I think. So as I said if you need to argue based on them, get the document. It is still a reference. Diesels are even worse.
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