BS 6544:1984, ISO 7891-1984 - Specification for holes in dozer end bits for earth moving machinery

BS 6544:1984, ISO 7891-1984

Specification for holes in dozer end bits for earth moving machinery

Status : Withdrawn   Published : November 1984

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Lays down minimum requirements for the location of mounting bolt holes, and their shapes, in dozer end bits of earth moving machinery. Applies to straight and angle blades and to U and semi-U blades.




Standard NumberBS 6544:1984, ISO 7891-1984
TitleSpecification for holes in dozer end bits for earth moving machinery
StatusWithdrawn
Publication Date30 November 1984
Confirm Date15 February 1993
Withdrawn Date01 January 2012
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)No other standards are normatively referenced
Informative References(Provided for Information)No other standards are informatively referenced
International RelationshipsISO 7891:1984
Draft Superseded By83/11385 DC
DescriptorsEarth-moving equipment, Materials handling equipment, Bulldozers, Blades, Bolts, Holes, Dimensions, Shape, Interchangeability, Locking and locating devices, Position, Materials handling components
ICS53.100
Title in FrenchTrous dans les bords extrêmes de lame des engins de terrassement - spécifications
Title in GermanMontageloecher in Planierschildern fuer Erdbaumaschinen
CommitteeB/513/1
ISBN0 580 14106 3
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryNo
Pages14
File Size368.8 KB
NotesThis standard has been withdrawn as it is identical to ISO 7891:1984 which has been withdrawn by ISO/TC 127/SC 3
Price£110.00


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