ASME - GUIDE 1987
GUIDE TO THE MARKINGS OF FASTENERS
|Publication Date:||30 November 1987|
This Guide is a compilation of the identifying marks of fast identifying marks of fastener manufacturers as provided by the manufacturers themselves, and replaces the July 1987 Issue. This issue contains the names, addresses, and the symbols of all fastener manufacturers whose identifying symbols were received by October 22, 1987. Those manufacturers that appeared in Supplements No. 1 and No. 2 are contained herein along with their symbols. Numbers and dates in the lower right-hand corners of the entry boxes indicate the order in which manufactures were entered into the ASME data base.
This issue of the Guide is a total revision of the July 1987 issue; thus, users should be aware that several manufacturers who appeared in the July issue are no longer listed. As additional manufactures submit their markings, the Guide will be updated.
At the back of this Guide is Registration Form FM. Manufacturers wishing to listed must complete this form and return it to ASME. The submittal must be accompanied by camera copy or a clear photograph of the symbol used on the fastener. In lieu of camera copy of photograph, an actual specimen with the symbol clearly visible is acceptable.
All submittals must be in the English languages.
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