Published: Jan 2009
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Particulate contamination of aviation fuels may be indicated by passing a measured volume of fuel through a standard white filter membrane and evaluating the color of the membrane against a standardized color chart with numbers ranging from 0 for the lightest through 10 for the darkest. At the same time, the color can be evaluated for change with respect to previous tests. This test provides a standard means for communicating filter membrane colors.