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Public comments may be submitted on proposed new ASME Standards drafts and on proposals to revise, reaffirm, or withdraw approval of existing ASME Standards. Comments should be addressed to the Staff Contact indicated for the particular proposal, with a copy to the Board of Standards Review, American National Standards Institute, 25 West 43rd Street, New York, NY 10036. Fax: 212-840-2298; e-mail: psa@ansi.org

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Some proposals are also available electronically, directly from this page for no cost. Proposals that are available electronically are those which contain a link entitled "Public Review Draft File" at the end of the announcement. Simply click on that link to access the public review proposal.

For proposed reaffirmations and withdrawals, copies of the current standard may be purchased from ASME Customer Care at customercare@asme.org or by calling 800-843-2763. You may also purchase a copy online at https://www.asme.org/shop/standards.

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Revise current ANS: ASME B30.5 - 20XX, Mobile and Locomotive Cranes

$0

Kathleen Peterson 05/10/21
Within the general scope defined in Section I of the B30 Standard Introduction, American National Standard B30.5 applies to crawler cranes, locomotive cranes, wheelmounted cranes, and any variations thereof that retain the same fundamental characteristics. The scope includes only cranes of the above types that are basically powered by internal combustion engines or electric motors.

Public Review Draft File(2523KB)

Revise current ANS: ASME B30.7 - 20XX, Winches

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Kathleen Peterson 05/10/21
The B30.7 Volume includes provisions that apply to the construction, installation, operation, inspection, testing, and maintenance of winches arranged for mounting on a foundation or other supporting structure for moving loads. Winches addressed in this Volume are those typically used in industrial, construction, and maritime applications. The requirements included in this Volume apply to winches that are powered by internal combustion engines, electric motors, compressed air, or hydraulics, and that utilize drums and rope.

Public Review Draft File(1150KB)

Reaffirm current ANS: ASME MFC-7-2016 - R20XX, Measurement of Gas Flow by Means of Critical Flow Venturi Nozzles

$65

Michelle Pagano 05/11/21
This Standard applies only to the steady flow of single-phase gases through critical flow venturis (CFV) of shapes specified herein [also sometimes referred to as critical flow nozzles (CFN), sonic nozzles, or critical flow venturi nozzles]. This Standard applies to CFVs with diverging sections on the downstream side of the throat. When a CFN (no diverging section) is discussed, it is explicitly noted. This Standard specifies the method of use (installation and operating conditions) of CFVs. This Standard also gives information necessary for calculating the mass flow of the gas and its associated uncertainty.
This Standard applies only to CFVs and CFNs in which the flow is critical. Critical flow exists when the mass flow through the CFV is the maximum possible for the existing upstream conditions. At critical flow or choked conditions, the average gas velocity at the CFV throat closely approximates the local sonic velocity.
This Standard specifically applies to cases in which
(a) it can be assumed that there is a large volume upstream of the CFV or upstream of a set of CFVs mounted in a parallel flow arrangement (in a common plenum), thereby achieving higher flow; or
(b) the pipeline upstream of the CFV is of circular cross section with throat to pipe diameter ratio equal to or less than 0.25

For proposed reaffirmations and withdrawals, copies of the current standard may be purchased from ASME Customer Care at customercare@asme.org or by calling 800-843-2763. You may also purchase a copy online at https://www.asme.org/shop/standards.

Reaffirm current ANS: ASME B1.7-2006 - R20XX, Screw Threads: Nomenclature, Definitions, and Letter Symbols

$39

Daniel Papert 05/11/21
The purpose of this Standard is to establish a uniform
practice for standard screw threads with regard to the
following:
(a) screw thread nomenclature
(b) letter symbols for the designating features of a
screw thread for use on drawings, in tables that set forth
dimensional standards, in other records, and for expressing mathematical relationship

For proposed reaffirmations and withdrawals, copies of the current standard may be purchased from ASME Customer Care at customercare@asme.org or by calling 800-843-2763. You may also purchase a copy online at https://www.asme.org/shop/standards.

Reaffirm current ANS: ASME B1.8-1988 - R20XX, Stub Acme Screw Threads

$37

Daniel Papert 05/11/21
This Standard specifies the thread form, allowance, tolerance, designation and gaging for Stub ACME threads. Stub ACME threads are used in those applications where a coarse-pitch thread of shallow depth is required due to mechanical or metallurgical considerations.

For proposed reaffirmations and withdrawals, copies of the current standard may be purchased from ASME Customer Care at customercare@asme.org or by calling 800-843-2763. You may also purchase a copy online at https://www.asme.org/shop/standards.

Create a new American National Standard (ANS): ASME QAI-1-2018 Code Case 8 - 20XX, QAI-1-2018 Code Case 8

$0

Grace Bolan 05/14/21
Proposed Code Case for QAI-1-2018.

Public Review Draft File(20KB)

Reaffirm current ANS: ASME B30.19 – 2016 - R20XX, Cableways

$65

Kathleen Peterson 05/18/21
The scope of B30.19 applies to all load transporting, hoisting, and lowering cable-supported systems operating on and supported from track cable(s).

For proposed reaffirmations and withdrawals, copies of the current standard may be purchased from ASME Customer Care at customercare@asme.org or by calling 800-843-2763. You may also purchase a copy online at https://www.asme.org/shop/standards.

Reaffirm current ANS: ASME PTC 6A - 2000 - R20XX, Appendix to PTC 6 on Steam Turbines

$132

Donnie Alonzo 05/18/21
This Appendix has been prepared to facilitate the calculation and correction of turbine test results by furnishing numerical examples of the procedures outlined in The Performance Test Code on Steam Turbines, ASME PTC 6.

For proposed reaffirmations and withdrawals, copies of the current standard may be purchased from ASME Customer Care at customercare@asme.org or by calling 800-843-2763. You may also purchase a copy online at https://www.asme.org/shop/standards.

Maintain ANS under Stabilized Maintenance: ASME PTC 4.2 - 1969 - S20XX, Coal Pulverizers

$88

Donnie Alonzo 05/18/21
This Code establishes procedures for conducting performance tests for coal pulverizers to determine capacity, fineness of product, raw coal feed, grindability, moisture, sizing, power consumption. This Code applies to the pulverizing system as a whole, including all the component parts necessary to take the raw coal, hot air and tempering air at the system inlet, and deliver pulverized coal in proper mixture with air and/or flue gas at the desired temperature at the outlet of the system.


Withdraw current ANS: ASME EA-2-2009 (R2015) - 20XX, Energy Assessment for Pumping Systems

$43

Justin Cassamassino 05/18/21
This Standard covers pumping systems, which are
defined as one or more pumps and those interacting or
interrelating elements that together accomplish the desired work of moving a fluid. A pumping system thus generally includes pump(s), driver, drives, distribution piping, valves, sealing systems, controls, instrumentation, and end-use equipment such as heat exchangers. This Standard addresses open and closed-loop pumping systems typically used in industry, and is also applicable to other applications.

For proposed reaffirmations and withdrawals, copies of the current standard may be purchased from ASME Customer Care at customercare@asme.org or by calling 800-843-2763. You may also purchase a copy online at https://www.asme.org/shop/standards.

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