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DIN 15061-1 - LIFTING APPLIANCES; GROOVE PROFILES FOR WIRE ROPE SHEAVES Organization: DIN
Date: 1977-08-01
NPFC - MIL-B-52523 - BLOCKS, TACKLE, WIRE ROPE, ORDINARY, 10 INCH SHEAVE Organization: NPFC
DIN 82235 - ROPE SHEAVES FOR WIRE ROPES - GROOVE BOTTOM DIAMETER ≈ 9 × DIAMETER OF ROPE Organization: DIN
Date: 1959-08-01
ISO 16625 - CRANES AND HOISTS - SELECTION OF WIRE ROPES, DRUMS AND SHEAVES - FIRST EDITION Organization: ISO
Date: 2013-07-01
Description: This International Standard specifies the minimum practical design factors, Zp, for the various classifications of mechanism, rope types, rope duties and types of spooling and demonstrates how these are used in the determination of the minimum breaking force of the wire rope. It specifies the selection factors for drums and sheaves for the various classifications of mechanisms, rope types and rope duties and how these are used in the determination of the minimum practical diameters of drums and sheaves that work in association with the selected wire rope.
SAE J881 - (R) LIFTING CRANE SHEAVE AND DRUM SIZES Organization: SAE
Date: 2013-04-01
Description: This SAE Standard covers minimum dimensional relationship for sheaves, drums, and wire rope for mobile, construction type lift cranes.
NPFC - GGG-B-500 - BLOCK, TACKLE (WIRE ROPE) Organization: NPFC
Date: 2015-03-27
Description: This specification covers single-sheave snatch and single- and multiple-sheave ordinary wire rope tackle blocks for regular and heavy duty use.
NPFC - MIL-B-24141 - BLOCKS, TACKLE, WIRE ROPE Organization: NPFC
Date: 1990-11-09
Description: This specification covers single- and multiple-sheave tackle blocks, snatch blocks, and cargo hoisting blocks for use with wire rope.
NPFC - A-A-59390 - BLOCKS, TACKLE, WIRE ROPE Organization: NPFC
Date: 1999-08-27
Description: This commercial item description (CID) covers single-and multiple-sheave, oval pattern, diamond pattern, snatch, and cargo-hoisting blocks used with wire rope for use in various rigging, lifting, towing, and construction operations.
API BULL 9-A - INFORMATION ON API STD. 9-A: WIRE ROPE Organization: API
Date: 1944-10-01
Description: In addition this specification gives recommended field practice in the care and use of wire rope including revving diagrams, also a section on proper design of equipment used with wire rope, including details on sheave grooves, and gages therefore; and a section on evaluation of rotary drilling lines whereby the determination of ton-miles work is facilitated by the use of a chart.
BSI - BS 4536 - SPECIFICATION FOR HEAVY DUTY PULLEY BLOCKS FOR USE WITH WIRE ROPE Organization: BSI
Date: 1970-01-30
Description: Design based on minimum breaking load or round strand equal lay 6 x 24 to 6 x 41 wire rope with independent wire rope core. Materials, heat treatment, head fittings, bedset, sheaves, proof load, examination, marking, certificate.
NPFC - MIL-DTL-32266 - WIRE ROPE, 1.5 INCH DIAMETER, GALVANIZED, COMPACTED STRAND, FOR AIRCRAFT ELEVATOR Organization: NPFC
Date: 2008-06-02
Description: This specification covers the requirements for 1.5 inch diameter, galvanized, compacted strand construction wire rope (see 6.4.8 and 6.4.9) used for Navy shipboard aircraft elevators. The wire rope must provide high tensile stiffness to minimize the changes in platform elevation associated with roll-on and roll-off of aircraft and a uniform density that provides consistent tension values in service.
ISO 4309 - CRANES — WIRE ROPES — CARE AND MAINTENANCE, INSPECTION AND DISCARD - FOURTH EDITION Organization: ISO
Date: 2010-08-01
Description: In view of the fact that the exclusive use of synthetic sheaves or metal sheaves incorporating synthetic linings is not recommended when single-layer spooling at the drum, due to the inevitability of wire breaks occurring internally in large numbers before there is any visible evidence of any wire breaks or signs of substantial wear on the periphery of the rope, no discard criteria are given for this combination.
ISO DIS 4309 - CRANES - WIRE ROPES - CARE AND MAINTENANCE, INSPECTION AND DISCARD Organization: ISO
Date: 2017-01-31
Description: In view of the fact that the exclusive use of synthetic sheaves or metal sheaves incorporating synthetic linings is not recommended when single-layer spooling at the drum, due to the inevitability of wire breaks occurring internally in large numbers before there is any visible evidence of any wire breaks or signs of substantial wear on the periphery of the rope, no discard criteria are given for this combination.
BSI - BS 4018 - SPECIFICATION FOR PULLEY BLOCKS FOR USE WITH WIRE ROPE - FOR A MAXIMUM LIFT OF 25 TONF IN COMBINATION - AMD 461: MARCH 170 Organization: BSI
Date: 1966-05-27
Description: Rope speed up to 100 ft/min; sheave diameter up to 12 in (300 mm). Design based on breaking load of ropes to BS 302 and BS 621 in the 6 x 37 group 100/110 tonf/in2 tensile strength.
ISO 4308-1 - CRANES AND LIFTING APPLIANCES - SELECTION OF WIRE ROPES - PART 1: GENERAL - THIRD EDITION Organization: ISO
Date: 2003-05-01
Description: This part of ISO 4308-1 establishes the minimum requirements for the diameters of drums and sheaves that are to be associated with the selected wire rope. A non-exhaustive list of types of lifting appliance to which this part of ISO 4308 is applicable is given in Annex A.
DIN ISO 4309 - CRANES - WIRE ROPES - CARE AND MAINTENANCE, INSPECTION AND DISCARD (ISO 4309:2010) Organization: DIN
Date: 2013-06-01
Description: In view of the fact that the exclusive use of synthetic sheaves or metal sheaves incorporating synthetic linings is not recommended when single-layer spooling at the drum, due to the inevitability of wire breaks occurring internally in large numbers before there is any visible evidence of any wire breaks or signs of substantial wear on the periphery of the rope, no discard criteria are given for this combination.

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