This SAE Recommended Practice applies to compact tool carriers sometimes called, but not limited to mini-loaders, mini skid-steer loaders or compact utility loaders. Machines having a seated-operator position are excluded from this standard. However, certain attachments for a compact tool carrier may provide a seated-operator position for the operation of the attachment.
This SAE Standard applies to operator protective structures which may commonly be a part of construction, forestry, mining, and industrial machines. To establish limits on deflection permissible during laboratory evaluations of certain operator protective structures, such as ROPS, FOPS, OPS, and FOG as defined in other SAE standards.
Identification of Self-Propelled Sweepers and Cleaning Equipment Part 1 - Machines with a Gross Vehicle Mass Greater than 5000 kg
This SAE Standard applies to all self-propelled machines with a gross vehicle mass greater than 5000 kg that are utilized to clean material from highways, parking lots, airfield runways, outside paved areas that are principally exposed to vehicular traffic. These machines can also be involved with road construction or repaving work. Primary methods for material removal and cleaning can be by mechanical, pneumatic, washing and flushing systems, or in a combination of any system.
Identification of Self-Propelled Sweepers and Cleaning Equipment Part 2 - Machines with a Gross Vehicle Mass Up to 5000 kg
This SAE Standard applies to all self-propelled machines with a gross vehicle mass up to 5000 kg that are utilized to clean material from outside paved areas, parkland, floors in non-residential buildings and areas principally exposed to pedestrian traffic. Primary methods for material removal can be by mechanical, pneumatic, washing and flushing systems, or in a combination of any system.
This document describes the assessment methods and physical requirements associated with the manual handling of carts and dollies, specific to material handling systems. All possible designs and applications could not be anticipated in creating these guidelines. Where there are questions of adherence to this document, such as use of an "off-the shelf" design, always consult the responsible Ergonomics Department. Force guidelines were primarily developed referencing the push/pull psychophysical Snook data contained in A Guide to Manual Materials Handling (second edition) by Mital, Nicholson and Ayoub (NY: Taylor & Francis, 1997). The force guidelines accommodate 75% of female capabilities and 99% of male capabilities. Factors that were included in the established guideline include: push / pull distances, vertical hand height, horizontal hand height, frequency and wheel / castor alignment and load rating. These factors were used to develop a conservative force guideline.
This document describes the design, assessment methods and physical requirements associated with material handling systems. This would include, but not limited to manual dollies, small lot systems and kitting. All possible designs and applications could not be anticipated in creating these guidelines. Where there are questions of adherence to this document, such as use of an “off-the shelf” design, always consult the responsible Ergonomics Department.
This document applies to off-road forestry work machines defined in SAE J1116 or ISO 6814.
This SAE standard applies to all forestry machines exposed to the hazard of objects penetrating the front of the operator station (other than the roof). This would include: Front guards for yarders with cabs mounted next to the tower; Front guards for forestry machines capable of handling material in front of and above the deflection limiting volume (DLV); such as knuckle boom log loaders and swing to tree feller bunchers; but excluding rubber-tired or tracked front-end loaders when equipped with buckets or forks with hold down grapple arm(s); and excluding forwarders and clambunk skidders fitted with load bunk headboards meeting the requirements of ISO 11850.
This SAE standard applies to self-propelled driver operated sweepers and scrubbers as defined in SAE J2130-1. 1.1 Purpose The purpose of this document is to establish the basic requirements associated with controls and displays for dual position driving controls as depicted in a typical installation shown in Figure 1. The control layout illustrated being of a conventional installation as associated with a normal on-road vehicle having a steering wheel to steer the machine and foot pedals to control the speed and braking functions. The document elaborates the requirements for an originally built machine with two driving positions but also where a proprietary commercial truck chassis is converted from a single driving position, it also advises recommendations in design, construction and safety related elements.
This SAE Standard applies to all machines with shovel, clam, or dragline attachment. The purpose of this document is to provide a uniform method for determining the SAE rated capacity and SAE struck capacity for shovel dippers and clam buckets, and the SAE rated capacity for dragline buckets.
This SAE Recommended Practice has been set up by Subcommittee 4 of the Off-Road Machinery Technical Committee and is primarily for directional control valves on construction and industrial machinery equipment as referenced in SAE J1116. The purpose is to establish port area to flow relationship and match valve spool eye ends in relation to rated capacity. Port connections are optional for either the 4-bolt split flange connection or the internal straight thread "O" ring connection.
This SAE Standard provides a uniform method to calculate the lift capacity of knuckle-boom log loaders and certain forestry equipment. It establishes definitions and specifies machine conditions for calculations. This document applies to knuckle-boom log loaders as defined in ISO 6814 and ISO 17591 and certain forestry equipment defined in ISO 6814 that have a rotating upper-structure such as feller bunchers, forwarders, harvesters, and behind the cab or rear-mounted knuckle-boom log loaders not having their own power supply. It does not apply to harvesters that are incapable of lifting a tree or log completely off the ground. This document applies to those machines that are crawler, rubber-tired, and pedestal or stationary mounted.
This document presents a catalog of safety sign text and artwork that can be used by any ready mixed concrete truck manufacturer to warn of common hazards.
This SAE Standard establishes a method of disclosing the sweep-ability performance of self-propelled sweepers that use broom means for sweeping and collection, together with either a mechanical- or pneumatic-conveyance system for the transfer of “sweepings” into a collection hopper.
This SAE Standard establishes the maximum gradient rating during hopper discharge of self-propelled, driver-operated sweepers and scrubbers as defined by SAE J2130-1 and SAE J2130-2.
This SAE Standard applies to the fuel consumption of non-propulsion engines used to drive exclusively the sweeping and cleaning functions of multi-engine sweepers and scrubbers as defined in SAE J2130-1 and SAE J2130-2.
This standard is for cutting edge sections typically used in earth-moving machinery defined in SAE J1116 and ISO 6165: a. Scrapers as defined in ISO 7133. b. Dozers as described in ISO 6747. c. Loaders as described in ISO 7131. d. Graders as described in ISO 7134. Hole spacing is defined ISO 7129. Hole conformation is defined in SAE J740.
Self-Propelled Sweepers and Scrubbers Steering Requirements Single-Circuit Hydraulic Servo-Assisted Systems
The SAE Standard applies to self-propelled, driver-operated sweepers and scrubbers as defined in SAE J2130. Purpose The purpose of this document is to establish the minimum requirements for a steering mechanism that is of a single-circuit hydraulic servo-assisted system without any mechanical linkage to the road wheels, as typically depicted in Figure 1.
This SAE Recommended Practice identifies major components and parts peculiar to clam bunk skidders. Illustrations used here are not intended to include all existing machines or to be exactly descriptive of any particular machine. They have been provided to illustrate the principles to be used in applying this document.
This SAE Standard characterizes grapple skidders and identifies the major components and parts most commonly associated therewith. Illustrations used herein are not intended to include all existing commercial machines or to be exactly descriptive of any particular machine. They have been included to facilitate application of this document.
This standard covers self-propelled off-road work machines as categorized in SAE J1116 and Agricultural Tractors as defined in ANSI/ASAE S390.
The purpose of this SAE Recommended Practice is to establish the minimum performance requirements of devices which signal and/or automatically prevent two-blocking. This SAE Recommended practice applies to cranes in lifting crane service which are equipped with two-block warning and/or limit systems.
The purpose of this recommended practice is to establish the minimum performance requirements for devices used to indicate to the crane operator by visual, audible, or tactile means the movement of a rope drum. This SAE Recommended Practice applies to cranes when used in lifting crane service which are equipped with rope drum rotation indicating devices.
This SAE Standard is used to determine the exterior A-weighted equivalent sound power level of static and in-place dynamic machines (dozer, loader, excavator, and backhoe) similar to the sound power obtained in ISO 6393 static and ISO 6395 dynamic sound power test procedures. Additional machine types, specifically sweepers and scrubbers, covered by SAE J2130 have been added, and other work machine types covered by SAE J1116 may be added with appropriate cycle descriptions and machine preparation. The recommended test procedures include conventional integrating sound pressure level methods or the sound intensity method using paired microphones. The sound intensity methodology provides a practical indoor alternative and permits measurement in the factory environment. The procedures in this document assume that the dominant sources are not highly sensitive to load (i.e., cooling fan, engine, track system).
This SAE Standard applies to mobile, construction-type lifting cranes of the cantilever boom type (Figure 1). Questions and comments regarding application or interpretation of the provisions in this test method should be referred to the originating SAE Committee.
This SAE Standard applies to self-propelled sweepers and scrubbers as defined in SAE J2130-1 and J2130-2.
This SAE standard applies to all electric battery-powered machines that fall within the scope of SAE J2130-2.
This SAE Standard covers minimum dimensional relationship for sheaves, drums, and wire rope for mobile, construction type lift cranes.
This SAE Recommended Practice identifies major components and parts peculiar to forwarders. Illustrations used here are not intended to include all existing machines or to be exactly descriptive of any particular machine. They have been provided to illustrate the principles to be used in applying this document. Purpose The purpose of this document is to provide standardization of terms for major components of forwarders.
To establish conditions to be taken into consideration in determining rated loads for mobile cranes when overturning stability is the controlling factor. This recommended practice applies to mobile, construction-type lifting cranes with either lattice booms or cantilevered, telescopic booms.