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100112 ANSI 标准 ASME B107。30-2002标准


The American Society of Mechanical Engineers

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CROSS TIP SCREWDRIVERS
ASME B107.3O-2002

Date of Issuance: January 15, 2003

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CONTENTS

Foreword ............................................................................ Standards Committee Roster ........................................................... Correspondence With the B 107 Committee ..............................................
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......................................................................... Classification .................................................................
Scope

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........................................................ Definitions .................................................................... Requirements ................................................................ Test Procedures .............................................................. Designations .................................................................
Normative References

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Figures 1 Type I (PH) and Type I (E) I Screwdriver Assemblies .......................... 2 Type I (PH) Cross Tip Screwdriver ............................................. 3 Type II (PZ) Cross Tip Screwdriver ............................................. 4 Typical Appearance of a Cushion Grip Screwdriver .............................. 5 Test Block Wing Spread ........................................................ Tables 1A Dimensional and Performance Characteristics of Type I (PH) Screwdrivers ........ 1B Dimensional and Performance Characteristics of Type II (PZ) Screwdrivers ........ 2 Impact Test Data ............................................................... 3 Type I (PH) Tip Dimensions (See Fig. 2) ....................................... 4 Type II (PZ) Tip Dimensions (See Fig . 3) ......................................

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FOREWORD

The American National Standards Committee B107, Socket Wrenches and Drives, under sponsorship of The American Society of Mechanical Engineers, was reorganized as an ASME Standards Committee, and its title was changed to Hand Tools and Accessories. In 1996 its scope was expanded to address safety considerations. The purposes of this Standard are to define general and dimensional data and safety considerations specifically applicable to cross tip screwdrivers and to specify test methods to evaluate performance relating to the defined requirements. This new Standard includes a revision of matenal previously contained in ASME B 107.151993 Fiat Tip and Phillips Screwdrivers. Principal changes in this Standard are the inclusion of PZ type screwdrivers and safety considerations. The format of this Standard is in accordance with The ASME Codes and Standards Writing Guide 2000. Requests for interpretations of the technical requirements of this Standard should be expressed in writing to the Secretary, B107 Committee, at the address below. Suggestions for the improvement of this Standard are welcome. They should be addressed to The American Society of Mechanical Engineers, Secretary, B107 Standards Committee, Three Park Avenue, New York, NY 10016-5990. The requirements of this Standard become effective at the time of publication. This Standard was approved as an American National Standard on May 13, 2002.

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ASME STANDARDS COMMITTEE BI07 Hand Tools and Accessories
(The following is the roster of the Committee at the time of approval of this Standard.)

OFFICERS
R. R. McCullough, Chair G. E. Olson, Vice Chair J. R. Bird, Secretary

COMMITTEE PERSONNEL
J. R. Bird, The American Society of Mechanical Engineers J. Davidson, Sears Roebuck and Co. J. S. Foote. Trade Association Management, Inc. A. Herskovitz, Consultant H. Kirnball, Naval Air Warfare Center R. R. McCullough, Consultant D. S. McKittrick, Western Forge G. E. Olson, Gene Olson, Engineering Consultant, Ltd. W. T. Pagac, Snap-on, Inc. D. M . Eggert, Alternate, Snap-on, Inc. J. M. Ster, General Services Administration I. I. Harding, Alternate, General Services Administration R. B. Wright, Wright Tool Co. W. C. Snyder, Alternate, Wright Tool Co.

SUBCOMMITTEE 6: SCREWDRIVERS
J. S. Foote, Chair, Trade Association Management, Inc. J. Davidson, Sears Roebuck and Co. D. M. Eggert, Snap-on, Inc.

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CORRESPONDENCE WITH THE BI07 COMMITTEE

General. ASME Standards are developed and maintained wt the intent to represent the ih consensus of concerned interests. As such, users of this Standard may interact with the Committee by requesting interpretations, proposing revisions, and attending Committee meetings. Correspondence should be addressed to:

Secretary, B 107 Standards Committee The American Society of Mechanical Engineers Three Park Avenue New York. NY 10016-5990
Proposing Revisions. Revisions are made periodically to the Standard to incorporate changes that appear necessary or desirable, as demonstrated by the experience gained from the application of the Standard. Approved revisions will be published periodically. The Committee welcomes proposals for revisions to this Standard. Such proposals should be as specific as possible, citing the paragraph number(s), the proposed wording, and a detailed description of the reasons for the proposal, including any pertinent documentation. Znterpreiutions. Upon request, the B107 Committee will render an interpretation of any requirement of the Standard. Interpretations can only be rendered in response to a written request sent to the Secretary of the B107 Standards Committee. The request for interpretation should be clear and unambiguous. It is further recommended that the inquirer submit hisher request in the following format:

Subject: Edition: Question:

Cite the applicable paragraph number(s) and the topic of the inquiry. Cite the applicable edition of the Standard for which the interpretation is being requested. Phrase the question as a request for an interpretation of a specific requirement suitable for general understanding and use, not as a request for an approval of a proprietary design or situation. The inquirer may also include any plans or drawings, which are necessary to explain the question; however, they should not contain Proprietary names or information.

Requests that are not in this format may be rewritten in the appropriate format by the Committee prior to being answered, which may inadvertently change the intent of the original request. ASME procedures provide for reconsideration of any interpretation when or if additional information that might affect an interpretation is available. Further, persons aggrieved by an interpretation may appeal to the cognizant ASME Committee or Subcommittee. ASME does not “approve,” ‘‘certify,’’ “rate,” or “endorse” any item, construction, proprietary device, or activity.
Attending Committee Meetings. The B 107 Standards Committee regularly holds meetings, which are open to the public. Persons wishing to attend any meeting should contact the Secretary of the B107 Standards Committee.

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ASME E107.30-2002

CROSS TIP SCREWDRIVERS
Handle Shank

1 SCOPE

This Standard covers straight handle-type screwdrivers of PHILLIPS@' and POZIDRIV@' design intended for manual operation in driving or removing screws with PHILLIPS@'or POZIDRP' recesses. The screwdrivers are of the types normally used by cabinetmakers, carpenters, sheet metai workers, production workers, mechanics, etc. The intention is to specify performance rather than design detail. Inclusion of dimensional data in this Standard is not intended to imply that all of the products described herein are stock production sizes. Consumers are requested to consult with manufacturers concerning lists of stock production sizes. Using a screwdriver as a pry bar or striking it with a hammer are clearly misuses of the tool, and nothing in this Standard shall be interpreted as condoning any tool misuse. Further information about proper use of screwdrivers is contained in the Guide to Hand Tools Selection, Safety Tips, Proper Use and Care.

Class 1: Plain

Class 2: Bolster

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Class 3: Stubby Class 4: Pocket

2 CLASSIFICATION

Cross tip screwdrivers covered by this Standard are of the following types and designs: Type I Phillips (PH) Class I : plain Class 2: bolster Class 3: stubby Class 4: pocket Type II Pozidriv (PZ) Class I : plain Class 2: bolster Class 3: stubby Class 4: pocket

FIG. 1 TYPE I (PH) AND TYPE II (PZ) SCREWDRIVER ASSEMBLIES

3 NORMATIVE REFERENCES

The following documents form a part of this Standard
to the extent specified herein. At the time of publication,

the editions indicated were valid. All standards are subject to revision and parties to agreements based on this American National Standard are encouraged to investigate the possibility of applying the most recent editions of the documents indicated below.

PHILLIPS@ POZIDRIV@ pz1@, and pz2@,a d pz3@are ~ g i s ~ ~ ASME B107.31M-1997, Screwdrivers, Cross Tip d Gaging trademarks of the Phillips Screw Company.

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AS ME B 107.30-2002

CROSS TIP SCREWDRIVERS

TABLE I A

DIMENSIONAL AND PERFORMANCE CHARACTERISTICS OF TYPE I (PH) SCREWDRIVERS
Performance Test Block [Note (2)]

A
Handle Blade Nominal Diameter, in. (mm) 0.12 (3.0) 0.19 (4.8) 0.25 (6.4) 0.31 (7.9) 0.37 (9.4) Min. Diameter, in. (mm) 0.50 (12.7) 0.81 (20.6) 0.87 (22.0) 1.O6 (26.9) 1.18 (30.0) Min. Length [Note (l)], in. (mm) 1.50 (38.1) 3.25 (82.5) 3.50 (88.9) 3.50 (88.9) 4.37 (111.0) Major Wing Spread [See Fig. (511 +0.002/-0.002 in. (+0.05/-0.05 mm) 0.090 (2.30) 0.142 (3.60) 0.233 (5.90) 0.386 (9.80) 0.486 (12.30)

B
Torsional Test Minor Wing Spread [See Fig. (511 +0.002/-0.002 in. (+0.05/-0.05 mm) 0.032 (0.80) 0.050 (1.30) 0.090 (2.30) 0.150 (3.80) 0.200 (5.10) Min. Assembly, in.-I bf (N.m) 6 (0.68) 25 (2.82) 60 (6.88) 150 (16.95) 200 (22.60) Min. Tip, in.-lbf (N.m) 8.9 (1.01) 31 (3.50) 1O0 (11.30) 220 (24.86) 340 (34.41

Point Size
O

1

2

3

4

NOTES:
(1) Handle length dimension does not apply to the stubby or pocket screwdrivers. (2) Test block hardness shall be no less than 60 HRC.

Publisher: The American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME international), Three Park Avenue, New York, NY 10016-5990; Order Department: 22 Law Drive, Box 2300, Fair?eld, NJ 07007-2300 ASTM D 2240-97, Standard Test Method for Rubber Property - Durometer Hardness ASTM E 18-00, Standard Test Methods for Rockwell Hardness and Rockwell Superficial Hardness of Metallic Materials Publisher: American Society for Testing and Materiais (ASTM), 100 Barr Harbor Drive, West Conshohocken, PA 19428-2959 SAE J1703-JAN95, Motor Vehicle Brake Fluid Publisher: Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE), 400 Commonwealth Drive, Warrendale, PA 15096 Guide to Hand Tools - Selection, Safety Tips, Proper Use and Care Publisher: Hand Tools Institute (HTI), 25 North Broadway, Tarrytown, NY 10591
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4 DEFINITIONS (SEE FIG. 1)

assembly: the blade plus the handle. blade: the shank plus the tip. bolster: an increase in the cross sectional area of the shank at the junction of the handle. handle: that portion of the screwdriver that is gripped with the hand. shank: the portion of the blade between the tip and the handle. tip: the portion of the blade that engages the screw recess. 5 REQUIREMENTS 5.1 General Requirements

The illustrations herein are descriptive, not restrictive, and shall not preclude designs otherwise in accordance with the requirements of this Standard.

CROSS TIP SCREWDRIVERS Blending of flutes is dependent on method of manufacturer

ASME B I07.30-2002

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Section Y-Y (measured normal to angle H)

Section X-X

FIG. 2 TYPE I (PH) CROSS TIP SCREWDRIVER
5.1.1 Type I (PH). These screwdrivers are for driving or removing screws with Phillips@recesses. Figure 1 illustrates typical appearances for Class 1 plain, Class 2 bolster, Class 3 stubby, and Class 4 pocket with the optional pocket clip. The screwdrivers shail conform to the dimensional and performance characteristics specified in Tables IA, 2, and 3 and Fig. 2. Tip dimensions shall be gaged in accordance with ASME B107.31M. 5.1.2 Type II (PZ). These screwdrivers are for driving or removing screws with Pozidriv@' recesses. Figure 1 illustrates typical appearances for Class 1 plain, Class 2 bolster, Class 3 stubby, and Class 4 pocket with the pocket clip optional. The screwdrivers shall conform to the dimensional and performance characteristics specified in Tables lB, 2, and 4 and Fig. 3. Tip dimensions shall be gaged in accordance with ASME B107.31M.
5.3 Markings

Each screwdriver shall be marked in a legible manner with the manufacturer's name or identification, country of manufacture, and product number. The method of marking shall be such that it will remain legible under normal usage of a screwdriver over an extended period of time.

5.4 Blade

5.4.1 General Requirements. Blades made of steel shall be properly heat treated to meet the performance specified herein. The blade shall be held securely in the handle. The blade shall be essentially free from scale, seams, laps, and cracks, which may adversely affect durability or serviceability of the tool. 5.4.2 Finish. The blade shall be treated in a manner to resist rust or corrosion. There shall be no evidence of peeling or chipping of any coating where applicable.
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5.2 Materials
The materials used in the manufacture of a screwdriver shall be such as to produce products conforming to the performance requirements specified herein.

ASME 6107.30-2002

CROSS TIP SCREWDRIVERS

5.4.3 Hardness. The tip portion of the screwdriver or the entire blade shall be hardened to not less than 48 HRC (see para. 6.2). 5.5 Handle 5.5.1 General Requirements. The handle shall he vf E material capable of withstanding the applicable test requirements as specified herein. The handle shall be suitably finished to provide a comfortable grip. The handle shall be free from rough edges, sharp comers or tool marks that affect comfort while using the tool. 5.5.2 Cushion Grip. When specified, the handle shall be furnished with a cushion gnp, and the screwdriver shall typically resemble that shown in Fig. 4. The grip material shall be capable of meeting the tests of paras. 6.6 and 6.7. The durometer hardness shall be a maximum of Shore A 75 (see para. 6.2). The cushion grip length shall be at least 60% of the handle length, and there shall be no detectable slippage between the handle and the cushion grip under normal usage. A handle with a cushion grip shall meet the dimensional requirements for the corresponding conventional type handle for each type and design (see Tables 1A and 1B). 5.6 Workrnanship

6.3 Tip Torsional Test

The tip of each sample under test shall be placed in a test block (see Fig. 5) having the corresponding size of recess of such depth that the wing spread at the surface shall be as noted in performance section of Table 1A or 1B. When tested to the minimum tip torque value specified in Table 1A or lB, neither the shank nor the tip shall show visible permanent deformation. The torque shall be applied by forces acting perpendicular to the axis with the tip held securely in the test block. It is permissible to support the blade in a suitable position for test. The blade shall be restricted from endwise movement during testing.
6.4 Assembly Torsional Test

The screwdriver shall be free from conditions which may impair its serviceability, durability or comfort.

The test shall be conducted after preheating the entire tool to a uniform temperature of 125 f 5°F (51.7 f 2.8"C). The load shall be applied within 1 min after removing the tool from the heating medium. The torque shall be applied by forces acting at or near the middle of the natural grip of the handle perpendicular to the axis with the tip held securely in the test block. It is permissible to support the shank at or near the junction of the shank and handle in a suitable position for test. The screwdriver shall be restricted from endwise movement during testing. When tested to the minimum assembly torque value specified in Table 1A or IB, the assembly shall not show a permanent slippage between the blade and handle.
6.5 Tip Toughness Test

6 TEST PROCEDURES

Many tests required herein are inherently hazardous, and adequate safeguards for personnel and property shall be employed in conducting such tests. The following tests are intended to ensure conformance with the performance requirements of this Standard.
6.1 Visual Examination

The tip shall be torsionally tested as described in para. 6.3 except that the torque shall be increased until failure. if a fracture occurs, the pieces shall be refitted and the tip shall show that permanent deformation had occurred prior to fracture. If the tip fails without exhibiting such deformation, it shall be considered to have failed the tip toughness test.
6.6 Solvent Resistance Test

Conformance with marking and other requirements not established by test shall be verified by visual examination.
6.2 Hardness Tests

The Rockwell hardness test shall be conducted in accordance with ASTM E 18. The Shore durometer test shall be conducted in accordance with ASTM D 2240.
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Screwdrivers shall be capable of undergoing the following test without damage. Handles are to be fully immersed in motor vehicle brake fluid (SAE J1703), gasoline, ethylene glycol, and ethyl alcohol for 15 min at room temperature, removed, and allowed to stand for 24 hr. A new assembly shall be used for each of the four test liquids. There shall be no permanent swelling, surface attack (except for manufacturer's identification or paint removal), or failure to comply with paras. 6.4 and 6.7. After testing, the hardness of the

CROSS TIP SCREWDRIVERS

ASME BI 07.30-2002

TABLE 1B DIMENSIONAL AND PERFORMANCE CHARACTERISTICS OF TYPE II (PZ) SCREWDRIVERS
Test Block Performance

Test Block [Note (211

A
Handle Blade Nominal Diameter, in. (mml Min. Diameter, in. ímml Min. Length [Note (I)], in. ímmì Major Wing Spread [See Fig. (511 +O.OOZ-0.002 in. (+0.05/-0.05 mm)

B
Torsional Test Minor Wing Spread [See Fig. (511 +0.002/-0.002 in. (+0.05/-0.05 mm) Min. Assembly, in.-lbf (Naml

Min.
Tip, in.-lbf (NmJ

Point Size

O
1

0.12 (3.0) 0.19 (4.8) 0.25 (6.4) 0.31 (7.9) 0.37 (9.4)

0.50 (12.7) 0.81 (20.6) 0.87 (22.0)
1 .O6 (26.9)

1.50 (38.1) 3.25 (82.5) 3.50 (88.9) 3.50 (88.9) 4.37 (111.0)

0.090 (2.30) 0.142 (3.60) 0.233 (5.90) 0.386 (9.80) 0.486 (12.30)

0.0355 (0.90) 0.0545 (1.40) 0.095 (2.40) 0.155 (3.90) 0.203 (5.20)

6 (0.68) 25 (2.82) 60 (6.88) 150
( 16.95)

8.9 (1.01) 35 (3.95)
1 O0 ( 1.30) 1

2

3

350 (39.54) 550 (62.14)

4

1.18 (30.0)

200 (22.60)

NOTES: (1) Handle length dimension does not apply to the stubby or pocket screwdrivers. (2)Test block hardness shall be no less than 60 HRC.

TABLE 2 IMPACT TEST DATA
Blade Diameter (Nominal Stock Size), in. (mml
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Height of Drop of 15 Ib (6.8 kg) Weight for Impact Tests at Room Temperature, in. (mm)

Max. Blade Penetration, in. (mm)

impact Energy, ft-lb (Nm)

0.12 0.16 0.19 0.22 0.25 0.28 0.31 0.34 0.37 and over

(3.0) (4.0) (4.8) (5.6) (6.4) (7.1) (7.9) (8.6) (9.4 and over)

1.5 4.0 6.0 8.0 10.0 12.0 15.0 1. 70 20.0

(38) (102) (152) (203) (254) (305) 1 (381 (432) (508)

0.75 0.75 0.75 0.62 0.62 0.62 0.62 0.62 0.62

(19.0) (19.0) (19.0) (15.7) (15.7) (15.7) (15.7) (15.7) (1 5.7)

1.9 50 . 7.5 10.0 12.5 15.0 18.8 21.3 25.0

(2.5) (6.8) (10.2) (13.6) (17.0) (20.3) (25.4) (28.8) (33.9)

cushion grip, if furnished, shall not be greater than durometer Shore A 80.
6.7 Handle Impact Test

This test shall be performed at room temperature. The blade of the screwdriver shall be mounted vertically
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in a fixture affixed to the base of a suitable failing weight impact device. The blade shall rest on a solid surface to ensure that the blade does not move vertically in the fixture. The weight shall be 15 lb (6.8 kg) and shall be dropped unrestricted with some means to ensure that the full force of the falling weight will be acting

ASME 8107.30-2002

CROSS TIP SCREWDRIVERS

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FIG. 3 TYPE II (PZ) CROSS TIP SCREWDRIVER

FIG. 4 TYPICAL APPEARANCE OF A CUSHION GRIP SCREWDRIVER TABLE 3 TYPE I (PH) TIP DIMENSIONS (SEE FIG. 2)
i, in. (mm) 3
Point Size

10.001 in. (10.025 mm)

O, deg +30 min, -0

G, in. (mm) 10.001 in. (t0.025 mm)

F [Note (211.
in. (mm)

M, in. (mm)

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Min.

+30 min, -0

10.001 in. (10.025 mml

1 Min., in. (mm)

O

0.023 (0.584) 0.0394 (1.001) 0.0606 (1.539) 0.0983 (2.497) 0.1407 (3.574)

Note (1)

0.032 (0.813) 0.050 (1.270) 0.090 (2.286) 0.150 (3.810) 0.200 (5.080)

0.012 (0.305) 0.020 (0.508) 0.028 (0.711) 0.033 (0.838) 0.045 (1.143)

0.010 (0.254) 0.016 (0.406) 0.023 (0.584) 0.027 (0.686) 0.040 (1.O16)

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0.0151-0.0114 (0.384-0.290) 0.0202 (0.513) 0.0434 (1.102) 0.0826 (2.098) 0.1078 (2.738)

0.12 (3.0) 0.12 (3.0) 0.19 (4.8) 0.28 (7.1) 0.34 (8.6)

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138

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92

2

140

5deg 45 min 5 deg 45 min 7

92

3

146

92

4

153

92

NOTES: (1) For point size O, dimension is a radius rather than an angle. O = 0.0109 in. (0.277 mm) maximum to 0.0082 in. (0.208 rnm) minimum radius (2) Resultant dimension.

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CROSS TIP SCREWDRIVERS

ASME B I07.30-2002

The form shall correspond to the driver point dimensions

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Appropriate counterbore
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FIG. 5 TEST BLOCK WING SPREAD

normal to the striking surface. in conducting this test, care shall be taken that the impact energy will not be expended in flexing of the blade or in dnving the screwdriver tip into the surface on which it rests. The blade may be shortened or blunted, if necessary, to ensure a proper test. An equivalent test may be used if the required ft-lb (N-m) is satisfied. The blade shall not penetrate into the handle more than specified in Table 2 when the weight has been dropped ten times from the applicable height shown in Table 2. The first drop ensures that the blade is seated in the handle. The difference in length after the first and after the tenth drop is the blade penetration. The screwdriver handle shall neither break, crack, nor significantly distort as a result of the above test.

“Significantly distort” (for the purpose of this test) means an increase of at least 5% in the handle diameter, either as a uniform or irregular bulge.

7 DESIGNATIONS

Scrcwdrivers shall be designated by the following data in the sequence shown: type class tip size exposed blade length options as applicable

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CROSS TIP SCREWDRIVERS

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AMERICAN NATIONAL STANDARDS FOR H A N D TOOLS
Socket Wrenches. Hand (Inch Series) ........................................................... B107.1-2002 Socket Wrenches. Extensions. Adaptors. and Universal Joints. B107.2-2002 Power Drive (Impact) (Inch Series)............................................................ .B107.3.1978(R1991) Socket Wrenches. Power Drive (Non-Impact) (Inch Series)................................ Driving and Spindle Ends for Portable Hand. Impact. Air. and B I 07.4M-1995 Electric Tools (Percussion Tools Excluded) .................................................. Socket Wrenches. Hand (Metric Series) ....................................................... B I 07.5M-2002 B107.8M-1996 Adjustable Wrenches ........................................................................ Handles and Attachments for Hand Socket Wrenches - Inch and Metric Series . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .B107.10M-1996 .B107.1 1.2002 Pliers: Diagonal Cutting and End Cutting ...................................................... .B107.12.1997 Nut Drivers (Spin Type. Screwdriver Grip) (Inch Series) ........................................ B107.13M-1996 Pliers - Long Nose. Long Reach ............................................................ B107.14M-1994 Hand Torque Tools ......................................................................... .B107.1 5.2002 Flat Tip Screwdrivers ........................................................................ B107.16M-1998 Shears (Metal Cutting. Hand) ................................................................ Gages. Wrench Openings. Reference........................................................ .B107.17 M.1997 B I 07.1 8M-1996 Pliers (Wire Twister) ........................................................................ B107.19-1993(R1998) Pliers. Retaining Ring .................................................................. B107.20M-1998 Pliers (Lineman's. Iron Worker's. Gas. Glass. Fence. and Battery) .............................. ,B107.21-1998 Wrench. Crowfoot Attachments ............................................................... B107.22M-1998 Electronic Cutters ........................................................................... Pliers. Multiple Position. Adjustable .......................................................... B107.23M-1997 B107.25M-1996 Pliers - Performance Test Methods ......................................................... Pliers. Multiple Position (Electrical Connector) ................................................. .B107.2 7.1996 B107.28M-1997 Electronic Torque Instruments ............................................................... B107.29M-1998 Electronic Tester. Hand Torque Tools ........................................................ .B107.3 0.2002 Cross Tip Screwdrivers....................................................................... Screwdrivers. Cross Tip Gaging ............................................................. B107.31M-1997 B107.34M-1997 Socket Wrenches for Spark Plugs ............................................................ B107.35M-1997 Nut Drivers (Spin Type. Screwdriver Grip) (Metric Series) ..................................... B107.38M-1998 Electronic Pliers ............................................................................ B107.41M-1997 Nail Hammers - Safety Requirements ....................................................... B107.42M-1997 Hatchets: Safety Requirements .............................................................. Wood-Splitting Wedges: Safety Requirements. ............................................... B I 07.43M-1997 .B107.44 .2002 Glaziers' Chisels and Wood Chisels ........................................................... Ripping Chisels and Flooring/Electricians' Chisels .............................................. .B107.45.2002 B I 07.46M-1998 Stud. Screw. and Pipe Extractors: Safety Requirements ....................................... B107.47M-1998 Metal Chisels: Safety Requirements .......................................................... B107.48M-1998 Metal Punches and Drift Pins: Safety Requirements ........................................... B107.49M-1998 Nail Sets: Safety Requirements .............................................................. B107.50M-1998 Brick Chisels and Brick Sets: Safety Requirements ............................................ Star Drills: Safety Requirements .............................................................. .B107.5 1-2001 B107.52M-1998 Nail-Puller Bars: Safety Requirements ........................................................ B107.53M-1998 Ball Peen Hammers: Safety Requirements .................................................... Heavy Striking Tools: Safety Requirements .................................................... .B107.5 4-2001 B I 07.55M-2002 Axes: Safety Requirements .................................................................. .B107.5 6.1999 Body Repair Hammers and Dolly B1ocks:Safety Requirements .................................. Bricklayers' Hammers and Prospecting Picks: Safety Requirements .............................. B107.57-2001 B107.58M-1998 Riveting. Scaling. and Tinner's Setting Hammers: Safety Requirements ........................ Slugging and Striking Wrenches ............................................................... B107.59-2002 B107.100-2002 Wrenches ...................................................................................

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