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CURRENT
2011-10-27
Standard
J1017_201110
This SAE Standard provides names of major components peculiar to rollers and compactors. Illustrations of components are not intended to be exactly descriptive of any particular machine. NOTE: Rollers and compactors will be defined in a section added to SAE J1057a.
CURRENT
2000-06-28
Standard
J1016_200006
This SAE Standard provides names of major components peculiar to dumpers as defined in SAE J1057 (See Figure 1). Illustrations of components are not intended to be exactly descriptive of any particular machine. For component nomenclature for dumper trailers, refere to SAE J734.
HISTORICAL
1986-01-01
Standard
J1017_198601
This SAE Standard provides names of major components peculiar to rollers and compactors. Illustrations of components are not intended to be exactly descriptive of any particular machine. NOTE: Rollers and compactors will be defined in a section added to SAE J1057a.
HISTORICAL
1990-07-01
Standard
J1016_199007
This SAE Standard provides names of major components peculiar to dumpers as defined in SAE J1057 (See Figure 1). Illustrations of components are not intended to be exactly descriptive of any particular machine. for component nomenclature for dumper trailers, refere to SAE J734.
HISTORICAL
1984-12-01
Standard
J1016_198412
This SAE Standard provides names of major components peculiar to dumpers as defined in SAE J1057 (See Figure 1). Illustrations of components are not intended to be exactly descriptive of any particular machine. For component nomenclature for dumper trailers, refere to SAE J734.
CURRENT
2011-10-25
Standard
J1581_201110
The purpose of this SAE Recommended Practice is to specify dimensions for loader straight cutting edge cross sections without holes and with bolt holes for mounting bolt-on teeth and tooth adaptors on loader buckets described by SAE J731. This recommended practice is intended to supplement SAE J1303 and SAE J1304 with cross sections for heavier duty applications, by identifying larger blunts, greater bevel angles, larger bolt holes, and greater bolt spacing.
CURRENT
2011-10-27
Standard
J1580_201110
this document is to be used on cutting edges and end bits in conjunction with metric bolts (reference ISO 7852-1982) typically used on off-road, self-propelled work machines as described in SAE J1116. The cutting edges are further defined in SAE J737, J739, J1304, and J1581. The end bits are further defined in SAE J63.
HISTORICAL
1989-09-01
Standard
J1581_198909
The purpose of this SAE Recommended Practice is to specify dimensions for loader straight cutting edge cross sections without holes and with bolt holes for mounting bolt-on teeth and tooth adapters on loader buckets described by SAE J731. This recommended practice is intended to supplement SAE J1303 and SAE J1304 with cross sections for heavier duty applications, by identifying larger blunts, greater bevel angles, larger bolt holes, and greater bolt spacing.
HISTORICAL
2006-02-05
Standard
J1581_200602
The purpose of this SAE Recommended Practice is to specify dimensions for loader straight cutting edge cross sections without holes and with bolt holes for mounting bolt-on teeth and tooth adapters on loader buckets described by SAE J731. This recommended practice is intended to supplement SAE J1303 and SAE J1304 with cross sections for heavier duty applications, by identifying larger blunts, greater bevel angles, larger bolt holes, and greater bolt spacing.
HISTORICAL
1989-12-01
Standard
J1580_198912
This document is to be used on cutting edges and end bits in conjunction with metric bolts (Reference ISO 7852-1982) typically used on off-road, self-propelled work machines as described in SAE J1116. The cutting edges are further defined in SAE J737, J739, J1304, and J1581. The end bits are futher defined in SAE J63. This document specifies the principle shapes and dimensions for countersunk square holes.
CURRENT
1999-05-01
Standard
J1057_199905
This standard sets forth accepted terminology to name and identify types of earthmoving machines, and is based upon existing commercial earthmoving machines. Illustrations are used to identify functional characteristics. The terminology establishes a name for a basic work machine such that it is not renamed when various components are mounted to it. For example, when a dozer is mounted on a 'tractor', the work machine can be referred to as 'tractor with dozer.'
HISTORICAL
1979-11-01
Standard
J1057_197911
This standard sets forth accepted terminology to name and identify types of earthmoving machines, and is based upon existing commercial earthmoving machines. Illustrations are used to identify functional characteristics. The terminology establishes a name for a basic work machine such that it is not renamed when various components are mounted to it. For example, when a dozer is mounted on a 'tractor', the work machine can be referred to as 'tractor with dozer.'
HISTORICAL
1975-06-01
Standard
J1057B_197506
This standard sets forth accepted terminology to name and identify types of earthmoving machines, and is based upon existing commercial earthmoving machines. Illustrations are used to identify functional characteristics. The terminology establishes a name for a basic work machine such that it is not renamed when various components are mounted to it. For example, when a dozer is mounted on a 'tractor', the work machine can be referred to as 'tractor with dozer.'
HISTORICAL
1981-06-01
Standard
J1057_198106
This standard sets forth accepted terminology to name and identify types of earthmoving machines, and is based upon existing commercial earthmoving machines. Illustrations are used to identify functional characteristics. The terminology establishes a name for a basic work machine such that it is not renamed when various components are mounted to it. For example, when a dozer is mounted on a 'tractor', the work machine can be referred to as 'tractor with dozer.'
HISTORICAL
1988-09-01
Standard
J1057_198809
This standard sets forth accepted terminology to name and identify types of earthmoving machines, and is based upon existing commercial earthmoving machines. Illustrations are used to identify functional characteristics. The terminology establishes a name for a basic work machine such that it is not renamed when various components are mounted to it. For example, when a dozer is mounted on a 'tractor', the work machine can be referred to as 'tractor with dozer.'
HISTORICAL
1988-04-01
Standard
J1464_198804
This recommended practice defines machines equipped with forks for material handling, which are intended for use on unimproved or disturbed terrain. To identify types of machines, which use forks as working tools, while being used on unimproved surfaces. The machines are grouped as follows: loaders/tractors work forks and rough terrain forklifts. These groupings are used in identifying the organization responsible for applicable standards.
CURRENT
2004-10-18
Standard
J1464_200410
This SAE Recommended Practice defines machines equipped with forks for material handling, which are intended for use on unimproved or disturbed terrain. (Reference J1116, Categories 1, 2 or 6.) Purpose To identify types of machines, which use forks as working tools, while being used on unimproved surfaces. The machines are grouped as follows: loaders/tractors with forks and rough terrain forklifts. These groupings are used in identifying the organization responsible for applicable standards.
HISTORICAL
2002-12-19
Standard
J1464_200212
This SAE Recommended Practice defines machines equipped with forks for material handling, which are intended for use on unimproved or disturbed terrain. (Reference J1116, Categories 1, 2 or 6.) Purpose To identify types of machines, which use forks as working tools, while being used on unimproved surfaces. The machines are grouped as follows: loaders/tractors with forks and rough terrain forklifts. These groupings are used in identifying the organization responsible for applicable standards.
HISTORICAL
1980-06-01
Standard
J1295_198006
This is applicable to pipelayers and side booms, mounted on tractors or loaders defined in SAE J1057. Only those terms not covered by SAE J1234 are described herein. Purpose The purpose of this standard is to establish identification terminology and specification definitions for pipelayers and side booms, tractor or loader mounted.
HISTORICAL
1988-03-01
Standard
J1265_198803
The purpose of this standard is to provide a uniform method for calculating the capacities of dozer blades. It is intended for relative comparisons of dozer blade capacity, and not for predicting capacities or productivities in actual field conditions. Such determinations would need to consider other parameters, such as efficiency of the blade design, tractor powder, tractive effort, soil properties, terrain, operator technique, and duty cycle. This standard applies only to straight, angling, semi-U, and U- blades for crawler and wheel tractors. It applies to angling blades only in the straight (not angled) position. this standard does not apply to angled blades or other tools used to side cast materials, not does it apply to any blade with design features such as end plates extended beyond the blade face. This standard assumes the blade face to be flat and vertical, and does not consider the blade included volume.
CURRENT
2003-05-08
Standard
J1265_200305
This standard applies only to straight, angling, semi-U, and U-blades for crawler and wheel tractors. It applies to angling blades only in the straight (not angled) position. This standard does not apply to angled blades or other tools used to side cast materials, nor does it apply to any blade with design features such as end plates extended beyond the blade face. This standard assumes the blade face to be flat and vertical, and does not consider the blade included volume (Figure 1). Although provisions are presented for some deviations, this standard is intended for rectangular blades whose width/height ratios are at least 1.0. Purpose The purpose of this standard is to provide a uniform method for calculating the capacities of dozer blades. It is intended for relative comparisons of dozer blade capacity, and not for predicting capacities or productivities in actual field conditions.
HISTORICAL
1986-05-01
Standard
J1265_198605
This standard applies only to straight, angling, semi-U, and U-blades for crawler and wheel tractors. It applies to angling blades only in the straight (not angled) position. This standard does not apply to angled blades or other tools used to side cast materials, nor does it apply to any blade with design features such as end plates extended beyond the blade face. This standard assumes the blade face to be flat and vertical, and does not consider the blade included volume (Figure 1). Although provisions are presented for some deviations, this standard is intended for rectangular blades whose width/height ratios are at least 1.0. Purpose The purpose of this standard is to provide a uniform method for calculating the capacities of dozer blades. It is intended for relative comparisons of dozer blade capacity, and not for predicting capacities or productivities in actual field conditions.
HISTORICAL
1980-02-01
Standard
J1265_198002
This standard applies only to straight, angling, semi-U, and U-blades for crawler and wheel tractors. It applies to angling blades only in the straight (not angled) position. This standard does not apply to angled blades or other tools used to side cast materials, nor does it apply to any blade with design features such as end plates extended beyond the blade face. This standard assumes the blade face to be flat and vertical, and does not consider the blade included volume (Figure 1). Although provisions are presented for some deviations, this standard is intended for rectangular blades whose width/height ratios are at least 1.0. Purpose The purpose of this standard is to provide a uniform method for calculating the capacities of dozer blades. It is intended for relative comparisons of dozer blade capacity, and not for predicting capacities or productivities in actual field conditions.
HISTORICAL
2006-02-05
Standard
J1304_200602
To specify dimensions for straight cutting edge cross sections with bolt holes for mounting bolt-on tooth adapters on loader buckets described by SAE J731d. It is the intent of this recommended practice to describe the cross sections viable for bolt-on tooth mounting and identify the bolt hole size and location relative to the cutting edge cross section. Thus, a foundation for future standardization of bolt-on tooth adapters is established by the recommended practice.
HISTORICAL
1985-02-01
Standard
J1304_198502
To specify dimensions for straight cutting edge cross sections with bolt holes for mounting bolt-on tooth adapters on loader buckets described by SAE J731d. It is the intent of this recommended practice to describe the cross sections viable for bolt-on tooth mounting and identify the bolt hole size and location relative to the cutting edge cross section. Thus, a foundation for future standardization of bolt-on tooth adapters is established by the recommended practice.
CURRENT
2011-10-25
Standard
J1303_201110
For cutting edges used on buckets for loaders defined in SAE J1057a. The dimensions are applicable to rolled, cast, forged, flame cut, and machined cutting edge sections. Straight cutting edges are defined as those whose leading edge and rear edge are parallel and, thus, are of constant cross section. For "straight cutting edge sections with bolt holes," see SAE J1304 FEB85. NOTE—For some heavy duty applications, cross sections with larger blunts and greater bevel angles may be required.
HISTORICAL
2006-02-05
Standard
J1303_200602
For cutting edges used on buckets for loaders defined in SAE J105a. The dimensions are applicable to rolled, cast, forged, flame cut, and machined cutting edge sections. Straight cutting edges are defined as those whose leading edge and rear edge are parallel and, thus, are of constant cross section. For "straight cutting edge sections with bolt holes," see SAE J1304 FEB85. NOTE: For some heavy duty applications, cross sections with larger blunts and greater bevel angles may be required.
CURRENT
2011-10-25
Standard
J1304_201110
For cutting edges used on buckets for loaders defined in SAE J1057a. The dimensions are applicable to rolled and machined sections only. Cutting edge cross section thickness is limited to a maximum of 35 mm. Bolt-on tooth adapters are rarely used on loader buckets with cutting edge thicknesses in excess of 35 mm. This recommended practice applies only to straight cutting edges defined as those whose leading edge and rear edge are parallel and thus are of constant cross section. Overall cross sections to which bolt holes were added as indicated by this recommended practice were selected from those indicated per "Cutting Edge—Cross Sections Loader Straight," SAE J1303 FEB85. Selection was based on minimum section width requirements to accommodate bolt-on tooth adapters. NOTE—For some heavy-duty applications, cross sections with larger blunts, greater bevel angles, and larger bolt holes may be required.
HISTORICAL
1985-02-01
Standard
J1303_198502
For cutting edges used on buckets for loaders defined in SAE J105a. The dimensions are applicable to rolled, cast, forged, flame cut, and machined cutting edge sections. Straight cutting edges are defined as those whose leading edge and rear edge are parallel and, thus, are of constant cross section. For "straight cutting edge sections with bolt holes," see SAE J1304 FEB85. NOTE: For some heavy duty applications, cross sections with larger blunts and greater bevel angles may be required.
HISTORICAL
1986-11-01
Standard
J1295_198611
This is applicable to pipelayers and side booms, mounted on tractors or loaders defined in SAE J1057. Only those terms not covered by SAE J1234 are described herein. Purpose The purpose of this standard is to establish identification terminology and specification definitions for pipelayers and side booms, tractor or loader mounted.
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