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MODUK - DEF STAN-81-20 - DRUMS, CABLE - METRIC UNITS - ISSUE 2 (08.73); AMENDMENT 1 Organization: MODUK
Date: 1973-08-28
Description: This Standard specifies the dimensions and construction of wooden drums for the transport and storage of electric cables in normal conditions, both at home and overseas.
NR/L3/NDS/308/LMB6.2 ISSUE 1 - YVA CABLE DRUMS Organization: NR
Date: 2012-03-01
NR/L3/NDS/308/LMB6.1 ISSUE 1 - FKA (WITH CABLE MODULE) CABLE DRUMS Organization: NR
Date: 2012-03-01
MODUK - DFE-STD-81-20 - DRUMS,CABLE - METRIC UNITS Organization: MODUK
BIS - IS 10418 - DRUMS FOR ELECTRIC CABLES Organization: BIS
Date: 1982-01-01
MODUK - DEF STAN 81-42 - REELING MACHINES CABLE HAND; APPARATUS CABLE LAYING; REELS CABLE AND DRUMS CABLE FOR FIELD USE - ISSUE 1; 03.82 Organization: MODUK
Date: 1982-01-01
SAI - SAA AS 3983 - ELECTRICAL WIRES AND CABLES - METAL DRUMS FOR INSULATED ELECTRIC CABLES AND BARE CONDUCTORS Organization: SAI
NEMA WC 6 - MINIMUM DRUM DIAMETERS OF REELS FOR CABLES Organization: NEMA
Date: 1975-01-01
Description: Purpose of Standards National Electrical Manufacturer...
GOST 5151 - WOODEN DRUMS FOR ELECTRICAL CABLES AND WIRES. SPECIFICATIONS - INCORPORATING AMENDMENT 1: 06/1986; AMENDMENT 2: 07/1990; AMENDMENT 3: 05/1998 Organization: GOST
Date: 1979-02-22
DIN 46391-1 - DELIVERY DRUMS FOR CABLES AND STRANDED CONDUCTORS - PART 1: DELIVERY DRUMS WITH DIAMETER UP TO 2 800 MM, DIMENSIONS Organization: DIN
Date: 2014-05-01
SAI - SAA AS/NZS 2857 - TIMBER DRUMS FOR INSULATED ELECTRIC CABLES AND BARE CONDUCTORS Organization: SAI
Date: 1996-01-01
SNZ NZS/AS 3983 - METAL DRUMS FOR INSULATED ELECTRIC CABLES AND BARE CONDUCTORS - AS 3983: 1991 Organization: SNZ
Date: 1991-01-01
BSI - BS 8512 - ELECTRIC CABLES - CODE OF PRACTICE FOR THE STORAGE, HANDLING, INSTALLATION AND DISPOSAL OF CABLES ON WOODEN DRUMS Organization: BSI
Date: 2008-03-31
SAC - GB/T 12826-91 - THE CALCULATION GUIDE OF THE DRUM(REELING) CABLE´S CURRENT RATING Organization: SAC
Date: 1991-05-27
CEI 20-92 - CRITERIA FOR TRANSPORT ANS STORAGE OF THE WOODEN DRUMS FOR ELECTRIC CABLES Organization: CEI
Date: 2010-05-01
Description: Questa Guida ha lo scopo di fornire le necessarie indicazioni sul corretto mo...
TIA-455-84 - FOTP-84 JACKET SELF-ADHESION (BLOCKING) TEST FOR OPTICAL FIBER CABLE Organization: TIA
Date: 1998-04-01
Description: The intent of this test is to investigate the ability of the jacket, insulation, or other outer covering of fiber optic cable on a reel, drum, or spool, to withstand elevated temperature for prolonged periods of time without sticking to itself on adjacent turns or layers.
GME L-5D-2 - PARKING BRAKE DURABILITY DEFORMATION AND EFFICIENCY TEST - ENGLISH/GERMAN; THIS STANDARD MAY BE APPLIED ONLY FOR CURRENT PROJECTS INCL. GLOBAL EPSILON Ε (37##). IT IS SUPERCEDED FOR ALL FUTURE PROJECTS AND REPLACED BY GMW14376. Organization: GME
Date: 2007-10-01
Description: Testing of fatigue durability of parking brake cable, lever assy. and wheel brake (e.g. connector brake cable at caliper of drum) for cable routing and lever positioning according to vehicle installation.
NPFC - MIL-T-781 - TERMINAL, WIRE ROPE SWAGING, GENERAL SPECIFICATION FOR Organization: NPFC
Date: 1990-08-22
Description: Type II terminals are designed for use in ordnance and glider control installations and in attaching cables to quadrants, drums, etc., in the cable control systems of powered aircraft.
NASA-LLIS-0073 - LESSONS LEARNED - MLP 3 SRB ENGINE SERVICE PLATFORM HOISTS Organization: NASA
Date: 1992-04-28
Description: An observer reported that a second wrap was beginning on the drums. A slow up mode was initiated and after approximately 12 inches of travel the observer reported the drums were coming apart at the end ring welds.
NASA-LLIS-0937 - LESSONS LEARNED – MOBILE CRANE MISHAP Organization: NASA
Date: 2001-01-01
Description: During this movement the cable bridle underwent several yawing motions due to the cables binding on the sheaves as the cable unspooled from the take-up drums. The sheaves were binding because the cables were being pulled at an angle and the choker hitch configuration did not keep the bridle straight and level with the direction of pull.

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