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ASME MH1-2005 pdf download.Pallets, Slip Sheets, and Other Bases for Unit Loads.
1 SCOPE Part 1 provides definitions and terminology associ- ated with the construction and use of pallets and related structures, such as skids and pallet containers. 2 PURPOSE The purpose of Part 1 is to provide generally accepted definitions and terminology that serve as the basis for common understanding when describing pallets and related structures and their use. 3 REFERENCED STANDARDS The following is a list of standards and specifications that were reviewed during the preparation of Part 1, showing the year of approval: ASME MH1.1.2-1989, Definitions and Terminology Cov- ering Pallets and Related Structures ASME MH1.4.1-1989, Procedures for Testing Pallets ASME/ANSI MH1.6-1987, Standard Procedures for Determination of Durability of Wooden Pallets and Related Structures ASME/ANSI MH1.7M-1988, Driven Fasteners for Assembly of Pallets and Related Structures ASME MH1.8M-1996, Wood Pallets ASME MH1.9-1993, Export Pallets Publisher: The American Society of Mechanical Engi- neers (ASME), Three Park Avenue, New York, NY 10016-5990; Order Department: 22 Law Drive, Box 2300, Fairfield, NJ 07007-2300 ASTM D 1185-1998a, Standard Test Methods for Pallets and Related Structures Employed in Materials Han- dling and Shipping ASTM F 680-1980 (1993), Test Methods for Nails ASTM F 1575-1995, Test Method for Determining Bend- ing Yield Moment of Nails ASTM F 1667-2000, Specifications for Driven Fasteners: Nails, Spikes, and Staples IEEE/ASTM SI-10, Standard for Use of the International System of Units (SI): The Modern Metric System Publisher: American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM), 100 Barr Harbor Drive, West Conshohocken, PA 19428-2959 1 ISO 445-1996, Pallets for Materials Handling — Vocab- ulary ISO 6780-1988 (1994), General-Purpose Flat Pallets for Through Transit of Goods — Principal Dimensions and Tolerances ISO 8611-1991, General-Purpose Flat Pallets for Through Transit of Goods — Test Methods. Performance Requirements, Design Rating, and Maximum Work- ing Load. Determination of Joint Strength ISO/DIS 12777-1-1994, Methods of Test for Pallet Joints With Mechanical Fasteners — Pallet Nails, Other Dowel-Type Fasteners, and Staples — Determination of Bending Resistance, Testing for Shank Withdrawal and Head Pull-Through Resistance Publisher: International Organization for Standardiza- tion (ISO), 1 rue de Varembe´, Case Postale 56, CH- 1211, Gene`ve 20, Switzerland/Suisse NWPCA-2000, Uniform Standard for Wood Pallets Publisher: National Wooden Pallet and Container Asso- ciation (NWPCA), 329 S. Patrick Street, Alexandria, VA 22314 Fiber Box Handbook-1999 Publisher: Fibre Box Association, 2850 Golf Road, Roll- ing Meadows, IL 60008 FAO (Food and Agriculture Organization), ISPM, Publi- cation No. 15, International Standards for Phytosani- tation Measures — Guidelines for Regulating Wood PackagingMaterialand InternationalTrade, 2002 FAO Rome, Italy 4 DEFINITIONS AND TERMINOLOGY accuracy: degree of agreement between specified value and that actually obtained. adhesive: material capable of adhering one surface to another, such as plies of solid fiberboard, facings of corrugating medium in combined corrugated board, overlapping sides of container, and flaps in closing con- tainer as well as unit load to pallet deckboards or deck. all-way entry pallet: see pallet, all-way entry. aluminum pallet: see pallet, aluminum. analysis: determination of level of performance. annularly threaded nail or annular nail: see nail, annularly threaded or nail, annular.
board, water-resistant: sized board, treated with water- repellant material, to have a degree of resistance to dam- age or deterioration by water. bolt: fastener with coarse thread along shank at end opposite square orhexagonalhead,provided withwash- ers and nut; to be inserted in oversize predrilled hole. bolted pallet: see pallet, bolted. bottom deck: assembly of elements comprising lower face of pallet; bearing surface of pallet; with construction being unidirectional, overlap (two-directional), and of perimeter or cruciform design (see pallet classification). bottom deckboard: see deckboard, bottom. box: see bin; also, container with solid or closely fitted sides, ends, bottoms, and top made of wood, metal, plastic, fiberboard, paperboard, or foamed or cellular plastic, completely and securely enclosing box contents. box pallet: see pallet, bin. bracket: angle-shaped support or connection fastened to components to be tied together. bursting strength: material strength, in lbf/in. 2 , as mea- sured with Cady or Mullen tester. butted deckboard: see deckboard, butted.

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