PNEUROP

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PNEUROPEuropean Committee of Manufacturers of Compressed Air Equipment
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In the late 1970s, as the ISO neared publication of its standards for measuring vibration, Pneurop completed a set of tests showing that it could measure vibration levels accurately.
(18.) Meeting Minutes, Pneurop, June 6, 1980 (on file with author).
Granted, many of the manufacturers of turbomolecular pumps do strive to adhere to AVS and PNEUROP criteria, but others use their own specifications.
According to PNEUROP, compression ratio is defined as the "relationship of the backing pressure to the inlet pressure for a given gas of zero flow rate, where 90% at least of the backing pressure being due to the partial pressure of this gas in the outlet duct."
In the late 1970s, PNEUROP completed a test of the ISO measurement standard.
High-ranking officers of American tool manufacturers, meeting as part of CAGI's pneumatic tool section, asked PNEUROP to withhold the report from NIOSH.
PNEUROP members are national associations representing more than 200 manufacturers in 8 EU Member States, in Switzerland and in Turkey.
The PNEUROP Plenary offers you the opportunity to network and allows delegates to maximise their time by making new business relationships with industry experts and fellow peers.
Building on the associations existing activities with the Carbon Trust and Pneurop, Rodney's objective is to push these issues further up the industry's agenda to help both the users of compressed air and the equipment manufacturers and suppliers to reduce their impact on the environment.