ANSI B11.TR3-2000 PDF

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This type-A standard applies to new, existing, modified or rebuilt power driven machines, not portable by hand while working, that are used to process materials by cutting; forming; pressure; electrical, thermal or optical techniques; lamination; or a combination of these processes. The associated equipment, including logic controller s and associated software or logic together with the machine actuators and sensors, are considered a part of the industrial machinery.

This standard specifies basic terminology, principles and a methodology for achieving acceptable risk in the design and the use of machinery. It specifies principles of risk assessment and risk reduction to help designers, integrators and users of machinery in achieving this objective. These principles are based on knowledge and experience of the design, use, incidents, accidents and risks associated with machinery.

Procedures are described for identifying hazards and estimating and evaluating risks during relevant phases of the machine lifecycle, and for the elimination of hazards or the provision of sufficient risk reduction.

Guidance is given regarding the documentation and verification of the risk assessment and risk reduction process. Other industry sectors may benefit from applying this standard. Deviations from the requirements of this standard or from any machine-specific type-C safety standard shall be based on a documented risk assessment.

The requirements of this standard apply only to those mechanically-powered machine tools commonly referred to as mechanical power presses, which transmit force mechanically to cut, form, or assemble metal or other materials by means of tools or dies attached to or operated by slides.

Excluded from the requirements of this standard are: bulldozers; cold-headers and cold formers; eyelet machines; forging presses and hammers; high-energy-rate presses; hot-bending and hot-metal presses; hydraulic power presses; iron workers and detail punches; metal shears; pneumatic power presses; powdered-metal presses; press welders; power pressure brakes; riveting machines; turret and plate-punch machines; wire terminating machines; and welding presses.

Note: Standard currently under revision. Expected This standard applies to those mechanically, hydraulically, hydra-mechanically, or pneumatically powered shears used to cut material by shearing and which utilize a fixed blade s and non-rotary moving blade s. The shears that are excluded from the requirements of this standard are slitting-rotary, nibblers; coil slitters; portable hand tools; rotary-blade slitters and shears; iron workers; alligator; angle, bar, bean, channel, and notching machines.

The requirements of this standard apply to those combination, multipurpose powered machines that punch, shear, notch, cope and form metal or other materials commonly referred to as ironworkers. The requirements of this standard also apply to those single or multipurpose powered machines similar in construction to, and identical in the use of, an ironworker or portions thereof.

The ironworkers or combinations that are excluded from the requirements of this standard are: Alligator shears; bar shears; billet shears; manually powered machines; nibblers; portable hand tools; portable machines; power press brakes; power presses; and power shears. This standard specifies safety requirements for the design, construction, operation and maintenance including installation, dismantling, and transport of the general class of manually controlled horizontal and vertical spindle turning machines.

Machines covered by this standard are intended to work metals and other man—made materials. This standard also applies to devices that are integral to the machine. These machines may have automatic capability but may not be equipped with automatic part handling or bar—feed mechanisms nor automatic tool changing systems. Excluded from the requirements of this standard are NC Turning Machines where manual control is used only to set the machine for automatic production. The requirements of this standard apply only to those mechanically-powered machines commonly referred to as cold headers and cold formers, which perform many operations such as shearing, heading, upsetting, extruding, trimming, forming, cold working, or warm forming material by means of tools and dies.

This type of equipment generally has the ram in a horizontal position. Included are pointers and roll formers when they are mechanically an integral part of the basic machine. Excluded from the requirements of the standard are: mechanical, hydraulic, and pneumatic power presses; hot forgers; hot upsetters including cold work ; hot farmers; hot headers; vertical cold forgers; four slide machines; swaggers; wine drawers; slotters; shavers, and high-energy machines.

Also excluded are pointers and roll formers, unless they are an integral part of the basic machine. These machines may have automatic capability but may not be equipped with automatic tool changing or automatic part handling systems.

Excluded from the requirements of this standard are NC milling, drilling, and boring machines where manual control is used only to set the machine for automatic production. This standard applies to all stationary grinding machines, used in either industrial or commercial applications, that utilize an abrasive product to change the shape, size or surface finish of any material.

This standard also applies to these machines when they are grinding materials other than metals such as glass, ceramics, plastics, and rubber. Also, this standard does not apply to honing machines, lapping machines, polishing machines or belt grinding machines. This standard specifies safety requirements for the design, construction, modification, operation and maintenance including installation, dismantling and transport of a general class of stationary machine tools that use a saw blade tool to cut off or change the shape of the workpiece.

This standard also applies to ancillary devices integrated into the machine e. This standard specifies safety requirements for the design, construction, operation and maintenance including installation, dismantling and transport of gear and spline cutting machines see 3. The requirements of this standard apply to machines with single or multiple spindles that are specifically constructed to produce gear teeth by the process of hobbing, milling, shaping, and broaching.

It also applies to those machines that shave, hone, lap, or chamfer gear teeth and machines used to produce ratchet, spline, or sprocket teeth. The requirements of this standard do not apply to machines used for molding, rolling, flame cutting, gear grinding, stamping, impact forming, forging, and gear inspection.

Power tools, portable by hand are also excluded from this standard. The requirements of this standard apply to any power-driven metal-forming machine that changes the shape or the direction, or both, of materials by use of rolls, rotary forming dies, and associated tooling. Excluded from the requirements for this standard are: assel mills; bar mills; bench presses; blooming mills; bulldozers; calendar mills; calendering rolls; compression benders; cross roll straighteners; cutoff and slitting equipment; dedimplers; draw benches; draw benders; entry and exit equipment; extruders; forging presses; forging reducing rolls; four-slide machines; hot bending presses; hot scalping pipe mills; iron workers; merchant mills; pipe benders; plate mills; plug rolling mills; power presses all types ; preliminary and post operations; press brakes; rockrite machines; rotary peeling mills; saws; shears; sheet mills; slab mills; spinning machines; stretch benders; swaging machines; thread rollers; tube benders; uncoilers; welders; wiring machines.

The requirements of this standard apply to any power-driven machine designed for bending pipe, tube, and shapes by means of bending dies, clamp dies, pressure dies, mandrels, wiper dies, vertical bending punches, radius dies, wing dies, and associated tooling. Excluded from the requirements for this standard are: Bench presses; hydro forming; forging presses; four-slide machines; hydraulic presses; mechanical presses; power press brakes; roll benders; roll formers; and assembly machines.

The requirements of this standard apply to those mechanically, hydraulically or direct drive machines that are designed, modified, or converted for the purpose of compressing metallic or nonmetallic powders. The requirements of this standard apply to those mechanically or hydraulically powered machine tools that are designed, modified, or converted for the compressing of metallic or non metallic powders.

These machines are commonly referred to as metal powder presses, powder metal presses, compacting presses, pill presses, rotary PM presses, PM briquetting presses, powder metal forging presses, metal powder sizing presses, or metal powder coining presses. For the purpose of this standard, they shall be referred to as "PM Presses.

Excluded from this standard are: mechanical and hydraulic power press brakes; mechanical and hydraulic power presses; bulldozers; conventional hot bending and hot metal presses; conventional forging presses; hammers; riveting machines and similar types of fastener applications; isostatic and hydrostatic presses; high energy rate presses.

The requirements of this standard apply to those horizontal hydraulically powered presses that extrude metals by means of applying sufficient pressure to an individual metal billet, confined within a container, to force the metal to be extruded through the configured openings of a die. Included are horizontal hydraulically powered presses that produce extruded shapes by the extrusion process, either direct or indirect.

Excluded from the requirements for this standard are: mechanical and hydraulic power press brakes; mechanical and hydraulic power presses; bulldozers; conventional hot bending and hot metal presses; conventional forging presses; hammers; riveting machines and similar types of fastener applications; isostatic and hydrostatic presses; and high-energy rate presses. This standard applies to machines, and groups of machines arranged in production systems, for processing strip, sheet, or plate metal from a coiled or non-coiled configuration through machines that size or otherwise convert the metal into desired configurations.

The terms "strip, sheet or plate" are used interchangeably without dimensional implications. Typical machinery systems include: cut-to-length lines; press feed lines; and slitting lines. Specifically excluded from this standard are machinery and devices for the sole purpose of performing thermal, coating, chemical, and electrolytic processes and any emissions therefrom are commonly associated with metal processing systems. This standard does not provide safety requirements for these specific processes or devices.

This standard provides performance requirements for the design, construction, installation, operation, and maintenance of the risk reduction measures listed below when applied to machines. This standard does not provide the requirements for the selection of the risk reduction measure for a particular application.

Any deviation in conforming to a requirement of this standard shall be carefully considered and based on a documented risk assessment to achieve acceptable risk. The reasoning and information concerning any deviation shall be included in the information for operation and maintenance of the machinery. This standard specifies the safety requirements for the design, construction, set-up, operation and maintenance including installation, dismantling and transport of integrated manufacturing systems.

This standard applies to machine tools using a laser for processing materials, and its associated equipment. It describes the hazards generated by such machines and states the protective measures to be incorporated into such machines.

The standard also contains requirements for the information provided with such machines. Excluded from the requirements of this document are: photolithography; holography; equipment used in medical applications; data storage; laser printers; and copiers.

This standard specifies the safety requirements for the design, construction, operation and maintenance including installation, dismantling and transport of turning centers and automatic numerically controlled turning machines. This standard specifies the safety requirements for the design, construction, operation and maintenance including installation, dismantling, and transport of machining centers and automatic numerically controlled milling, drilling and boring machines.

This standard is applicable to machines where the axes of travel is not greater than 1x1x1 m 39x39x39 in. This standard specifies the safety requirements for the design, construction, operation and maintenance including installation, dismantling and transport of transfer machines. This standard applies to machines with a work envelope equal to or greater than two cubic meters 2 m3 or two meters of linear axis travel, or where personnel are regularly required to enter into the working envelope to perform work or tasks.

This standard applies to large machines with a working envelope greater than two cubic meters meters of travel. The requirements in this standard apply to all large machines, unless they are specifically covered in or by another standard. The requirements of this standard do not apply to machines with a work envelope less than two cubic meters 2 m3 or two meters of linear axis travel. This American National Standard provides both requirements and guidance for the implementation of safety-related control functions functional safety as they relate to electrical, electronic, pneumatic, hydraulic, and mechanical components of control systems.

It is important to understand that there are many ways to fulfil a given engineering requirement and the examples only present one option. These examples are not normative, nor intended to limit innovation or the advancement of technology.

This standard addresses all hazardous conditions during the use and foreseeable misuse in normal environments and non-explosive atmospheres, including transportation, installation, setting, maintenance, repair and dismantling for removal or disposal. This standard is also applicable to auxiliary devices essential for EDM processing and includes information to be provided by the manufacturer to the user. This standard is not applicable to arc eroding and electro-chemical machining equipment.

Note: Currently under development. This standard provides requirements for use in developing effective safeguarding methods to protect people from injury due to inadvertent contact with mechanical power transmission apparatus. When specific safeguarding methods are listed, they are based on sound safety practices; however, alternatives that provide equivalent protection are acceptable. The use of personal protective equipment is recommended, where applicable, but its use does not negate provisions of this Standard.

This standard defines technical principles to help designers in achieving safety in the design of machinery. Very little technical revision occurred to produce the ISO standards, which were then merged without any technical revision into a single ISO standard - ISO This standard does not deal with damage to domestic animals, property or the environment. This document provides ergonomic design guidelines intended to improve quality, performance and safety by reducing fatigue and injury associated with manufacturing systems, including individual and integrated machines and auxiliary components.

It is intended to be a resource that can be applied to:. Design or major modification, installation and use of machines and their auxiliary components;.

Design of a manufacturing system supporting machines and auxiliary components;. Improve safety, quality and productivity, and reduce errors associated with a manufacturing system. Integrating ergonomic concepts early in the design process should maximize the impact and cost effectiveness of ergonomic interventions during the design process.

The goal of this document is to provide guidance on the practical application of ergonomic principles in order to avoid work-related injuries and musculoskeletal disorders MSDs , increase productivity, and improve product quality.

This document is directed towards technicians, engineers, designers, and safety and health practitioners who deal with general ergonomic issues related to machines. It is not intended to replace in-depth analysis by qualified and experienced ergonomists. This document provides guidelines for a uniform approach to the control of airborne contaminants generated by stationary machine tools used to cut and form materials. Control shall be through the proper design, installation, use, and maintenance of the machine tool and its support systems such as, but not limited to, metalworking fluid delivery systems and air cleaning equipment.

The purpose of this Technical Report is to provide guidance for the design or selection, integration, and validation of PESs for the safety related functions of a machine production system.

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This type-A standard applies to new, existing, modified or rebuilt power driven machines, not portable by hand while working, that are used to process materials by cutting; forming; pressure; electrical, thermal or optical techniques; lamination; or a combination of these processes. The associated equipment, including logic controller s and associated software or logic together with the machine actuators and sensors, are considered a part of the industrial machinery. This standard specifies basic terminology, principles and a methodology for achieving acceptable risk in the design and the use of machinery. It specifies principles of risk assessment and risk reduction to help designers, integrators and users of machinery in achieving this objective.

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Etherton, J. Chicago, Illinois, USA. November 5—10, This implies that protective measures of varied levels of technology can be successively evaluated until a risk that is acceptable is attained. The theories of risk acceptance are many.

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