B5.49 - Glossary of Power Press Terms
This Standard provides a glossary of terms commonly used in the industries that manufacture or use mechanically and hydraulically powered presses.
B29.15M - Steel Roller Type Conveyor Chains, Attachments, and Sprocket Teeth
This Standard includes information for Heavy Duty Roller Type Conveyor Chains and Sprocket Teeth; General Chain Proportions and Designations; Chain Nomenclature and Dimensions; and Sprocket Tooth Form. There are also tables for General Chain Dimensions M.U.S. Rating, and Measuring Load For Checking Chain Length; Maximum and Minimum Controlling Dimensions for Chain Interchangeable Chain Links; Chain Clearance Dimensions; Strand Length Tolerances; Maximum Eccentricity and Face Runout Tolerances of Sprocket Teeth; and Sprocket Tooth Form Factors.
B29.10M - Heavy Duty Offset Sidebar Power Transmission Roller Chains and Sprocket Teeth
This Standard includes information for Heavy Duty Offset Sidebar Power Transmission Roller Chains; General Chain Designators; Chain Assembly; and Sprocket Tooth Form. There are also tables for General Chain Dimensions M.U.T.S., Strand Length and Measuring Load; Maxi- mum and Minimum Controlling Link Dimensions for Interchangeable Chain Links; Chain Clearance Dimensions; Maximum Eccentricity and Face Runout Tolerance; and Sprocket Factors. and mm; Dimensional Limits, in. and mm (Straight Link Plate Extension With One and Two attachment Holes, Small Roller Series); Dimensional limits, in. and mm (bent link plate extension with one and two attachment holes, small roller series); Dimensional limits, in. and mm (Conveyor Chain With Extended Pin, Small and Large Roller Series); Sprocket Tooth Section Profile Dimensions, in. and mm; Maximum Eccentricity and Face Runout Tolerances for Commercial Sprockets (Measured as Total Indicator Reading), in. and mm; Minus Tolerances on the Bottom or Caliper Diameters of Sprockets for Various Numbers of Effective Teeth, in. and mm; and Sprocket Factors, Small and large series.
B18.12 - Glossary of Terms for Mechanical Fasteners
This Standard is as summary of nomenclature and terminology currently used to
define and/or describe mechanical fasteners, related characteristics, and the
manufacturing processes that produce these products. Utilization of these terms
by manufacturers and consumers is intended to reduce or eliminate confusion and
serve as a sound basis for communication. (a) Primary Operations. Mechanical
fasteners are produced by forming or screw machine operations. Forming is
generally scrapless and, depending upon size, may produce fasteners at rates
exceeding 500 pieces per minute. Screw machining, although more tightly
toleranced, is significantly slower and generates scrap because it involves the
removal of material. (b) Secondary Operations. Fasteners generally undergo
several secondary operations or processes such as thread rolling, heat treating,
or plating. (c) Fastener. A fastener is a mechanical device designed
specifically to hold, join, couple, assemble, or maintain equilibrium of single
or multiple components. The resulting assembly may function dynamically or
statically as a primary or secondary component of a mechanism or structure.
Based on the intended application, a fastener is produced with varying degrees
of built in precision and engineering capability, ensuring adequate, sound
service under planned, preestablished environmental conditions. (d) Bolts,
Studs, Screws, Nuts, Washers, Rivets, Pins, and Custom Formed Parts. These items
are the general product families in which mechanical fasteners are best
classified. Within each product family are numerous types that may have a name
conforming to the technical language of a national standard or alternately may
have a name that has its origins in commercial or marketing nomenclature often
taken from its intended application. Such names, for example, include the
"stove bolt" and "carriage bolt." Because mechanical
fasteners are used in just about every mechanical assembly, they necessarily
have been designed to meet a broad range of applications from watch and computer
assembly to space shuttle design. The names given to fasteners appear to be as
limitless as the designer's imagination. While many fasteners may look alike,
they generally have defined engineered capabilities based upon their intended
B18.2.1 - Square and Hex Bolts and Screws, Inch Series
This Standard covers the complete general and dimensional data for eight
product types of inch series square and hex bolts and screws Also included are
appendixes covering thread runout sleeve gages, gaging procedure for checking
bolt and screw straightness, grade markings for steel bolts and screws, formulas
on which dimensional data are based, and a specification to assist in
identifying a product as being a screw or a bolt. It should be understood,
however, that where questions arise concerning acceptance of product, the
dimensions in the tables shall govern over recalculation by formula. Heavy hex
structural bolts, formerly covered in ANSI B18.2.1, are now covered in ASME
B36.10M - Welded and Seamless Wrought Steel Pipe
This Standard covers the standardization of dimensions of welded and seamless wrought steel pipe for high or low temperatures and pressures. The word pipe is used as distinguished from tube to apply to tubular products of dimensions commonly used for pipeline and piping systems. Pipe NPS 12 (DN 300) and smaller have outside diameters numerically larger than corresponding sizes. In contrast, the outside diameters of tubes are numerically identical to the size number for all sizes. (G) Tests.
B16.22 - Wrought Copper and Copper Alloy Solder Joint Pressure Fittings
B16.22 - 2001 Wrought Copper and Copper Alloy Solder Joint Pressure Fittings Published: 2001 Product Type: Print-Book No. of pages: 28 Description:
This Standard establishes specifications for wrought copper and wrought copper alloy, solder-joint, seamless fittings, designed for use with seamless copper tube conforming to ASTM B 88 (water and general plumbing systems), B 280 (air conditioning and refrigeration service), and B 819 (medical gas systems), as well as fittings intended to be assembled with soldering materials conforming to ASTM B 32, brazing materials conforming to AWS A5.8, or with tapered pipe thread conforming to ASME B1.20.1. This Standard is allied with ASME B16.18, which covers cast copper alloy pressure fittings. It provides requirements for fitting ends suitable for soldering. This Standard covers: (a) pressure temperature ratings; (b) abbreviations for end connections; (c) size and method of designating openings of fittings; (d) marking; (e) material; (f) dimension and tolerances; and (g) tests.
B1.1 - Unified Inch Screw Threads, UN and UNR Thread Form
This Standard specifies the thread form, series, class, allowance, tolerance, and designation for unified screw threads. (In order to emphasize that unified screw threads are based on inch modules, they may be denoted unified inch screw threads.) Several variations in thread form have been developed for unified threads; however, this Standard covers only UN and UNR thread forms.
B94.11M - Twist Drills
This standard covers nomenclature, definitions, sizes and tolerances of high speed steel, straight and taper shank drills, and combined drills and countersinks, plain and bell type. B94.11m-1993 covers both inch and metric size drills.
B46.1 - Surface Texture, Surface Roughness, Waviness and Lay
This Standard is concerned with the geometric irregularities of surfaces. It defines surface texture and its constituents: roughness, waviness, and lay. It also defines parameters for specifying surface texture. The terms and ratings in this Standard relate to surfaces produced by such means as abrading, casting, coating, cutting, etching, plastic deformation, sintering, wear, erosion, etc.