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B94.33.1 - Jig Bushings, Metric

This Standard covers the American National Standard practice for sizes, types, tolerances and identification of Metric Jig Bushing and locking devices used for securing the bushing in the jig or bushing plate.


B107.10M - Handles and Attachments for Hand Socket Wrenches--Inch and Metric Series

This Standard covers the more generally used handles and attachments utilized by mechanics in repair and maintenance of vehicles, machinery, and other items. Inclusion of dimensional data in this Standard is not intended to imply that all of the products described herein are stock production sizes. Consumers are requested to consult with manufacturers concerning lists of stock production sizes.


B107.14M - Hand Torque Tools

This standard covers common manually operated torque wrenches and screwdrivers used for control of the tightness of threaded fasteners. It is not intended to describe products infrequently described herein are stock production sizes.


B107.48M - Hand Tools-Metal Punches and Drift Pins-Safety Requirements

This Standard provides safety requirements for the design, construction, testing, and use of hand-held and handled metal punches and drift pins that are intended specifically for use in marking metal, for driving and removing such things as pins and rivets, and for aligning holes in different sections of material. Some types of punches included are: center, prick, pin, starting, drift or lining up, round, backing out, and bearing race. Power-driven punches are excluded.


PCC-1 - Guidelines for Pressure Boundary Bolted Flange Joint Assembly

The bolted flange joint assembly (BFJA) guidelines described in this document apply to pressure-boundary flanged joints with ring-type gaskets that are entirely within the circle enclosed by the bolt holes and with no contact outside the circle. By selection of those features suitable to the specific service or need, these guidelines may be used to develop effective joint assembly procedures for the broad range of sizes and service conditions normally encountered in the process industies.


B89.7.3.3 - Guidelines for Assessing the Reliability of Dimensional Measurement Uncertainty Statements

This technical report provides guidance in assessing the reliability of a statement of measurement uncertainty in question, that is, in judging whether that stated uncertainty can be trusted to include the values that could reasonably be attributed to the measured quantity (measurand) with which that stated uncertainty is associated. This report is most applicable to statements of uncertainty in the results of dimensional measurements based upon ISO Guide to Expression of Uncertainty in Meaurement (GUM). (Also called ANSI/NCSL Z540-2). This technical report helps parties to avoid potential, or resolve actual, disagreements over the magnitude of a stated measurement uncertainty, particularly when that uncertainty is part of a determination of conformity of a manufactured product to a dimensional specification.


B89.7.3.1 - Guideline for Decision Rules: Considering Measurement Uncertainty in Determining Confirm to Specifications

B89.7.3.1 - 2001 Guideline for Decision Rules: Considering Measurement Uncertainty in Determining Confirm to Specifications Published: 2001 Product Type: Print-Book No. of pages: 24 Description: These guidelines provide terminology and specify the content that must be addressed when stating a decision rule used for deciding the acceptance or rejection of a product according to specification.


PTC 19.23 - Guidance Manual for Model Testing

To prepare a compendium of techniques and methods for model testing. This general procedure is to serve as a guide for the design and application of models by those concerned with the extension or supplementation of prototype tests of equipment and apparatus coming under the aegis of the ASME Performance Test Codes Committee. Where there are test codes in existence covering specific equipment, the guiding principles, instruments and methods of measurement from such codes shall be used with only such modifications as become necessary by virtue of the fact that a model is being tested instead of a prototype. Where models of components, systems, etc. are involved, and no test codes covering these are in existence, guiding principles and methods of measurement may be requested from this Committee (PTC 19.23). A model is a device, machine, structure or system which can be used to predict the behavior of an actual and similar device, machine, structure or system which is called the prototype. A physical model may be smaller than, the same size as, or larger than the prototype. Initially, the Committee will consider only physical models for those prototypes covered by the Performance Test Codes Committee.


A112.14.4 - Grease Removal Devices

This Standard establishes requirements for grease interceptors that are equipped with automatic grease removal devices (GRD). It includes testing requirements and performance criteria designed to ensure conformance to this Standard. Such devices are designed for the purpose of automatically removing free-floating grease, fats, and oils from sanitary discharges without intervention from the user except for maintenance. Semiautomatic devices are not addressed in this Standard.


A112.14.3 - Grease Interceptors

This Standard covers general product requirements as well as the performance criteria for the testing and rating of grease interceptors, whose rated flows are 100 gpm (380 L/m) or less.


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