ASME B29.1M

ASME B29.1M

Precision Power Transmission Roller Chains, Attachments, and Sprockets
Precision Power Transmission Roller Chains, Attachments, and Sprockets
PRECISION POWER TRANSMISSION ROLLER CHAINS, ATTACHMENTS, AND SPROCKETS

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FOREWORD

The original design of precision roller chain dates back to the late1 890s, although various types of drive chains have been in use for centuries. The early automobiles used roller chain extensively as the final drive.T he industrial use for roller chain grew substantially, resulting in the desirability of standardization. The perfected American Standard Chain of today has evolved to meet the demand for ever increasing horsepower and higher speeds as well as accurate timing.

In 1913 the Society of Automotive Engineers published formulas for calculating the roller chain length, sprocket tooth profiles, and other important design criteria. Recommendations from the Roller Chain Committee of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers followed in 1917 with dimensional standards for the various components and assemblies. Early in 1920, through the cooperation of these two groups, roller chain standards were formulated and recommended for acceptance by industry. The progress was followed in 1921 by organization of a sprocket committee of the American Gear Manufacturers Association.

Organization: ASME International
Document Number: asme b29.1m
Publish Date: 1993-12-30
Page Count: 64
Change Type: REAF
Available Languages: EN
DOD Adopted: NO
ANSI Approved: YES
Most Recent Revision: YES
Current Version: NO
Status: Inactive

Publication Date: 12/30/1993 - Complete Document Changes Incorporated

Description :

FOREWORD

The original design of precision roller chain dates back to the late1 890s, although various types of drive chains have been in use for centuries. The early automobiles used roller chain extensively as the final drive.T he industrial use for roller chain grew substantially, resulting in the desirability of standardization. The perfected American Standard Chain of today has evolved to meet the demand for ever increasing horsepower and higher speeds as well as accurate timing.

In 1913 the Society of Automotive Engineers published formulas for calculating the roller chain length, sprocket tooth profiles, and other important design criteria. Recommendations from the Roller Chain Committee of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers followed in 1917 with dimensional standards for the various components and assemblies. Early in 1920, through the cooperation of these two groups, roller chain standards were formulated and recommended for acceptance by industry. The progress was followed in 1921 by organization of a sprocket committee of the American Gear Manufacturers Association.

Document Type : Complete Document

Language : English

Page Count : 64

Publication Date : 12/30/1993

Revision : 93

Status : Historical

Superseding Document : ASME B29.1

Supplement : W/

Title : Precision Power Transmission Roller Chains, Attachments, and Sprockets

Publication Date: 12/30/1993 - Base Document

Description :

This Standard covers transmission roller chains, attachments, and sprockets. It is intended to facilitate fulfillment of the needs of users, distributors, and manufacturers of chain sprocket drives on a sound economic basis and in a manner consistent with sound engineering and manufacturing practices.

Control dimensions are given in this Standard to assure interchangeability between chains, sprockets, and chain links as supplied by different manufacturers. Information for the guidance of users in the application of these drives is also included.

Document Type : Base Document

Language : English

Page Count : 59

Publication Date : 12/30/1993

Revision : 93

Status : Historical

Superseding Document : ASME B29.1

Title : Precision Power Transmission Roller Chains, Attachments, and Sprockets

Publication Date: 01/09/1986 - Complete Document

Document Type : Complete Document

Language : English

Page Count : 59

Publication Date : 01/09/1986

Revision : 86

Status : Historical

Superseding Document : ASME B29.1

Title : PRECISION POWER TRANSMISSION ROLLER CHAINS, ATTACHMENTS, AND SPROCKETS

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