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EENAC STANDARD

G11, 1958

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LIST OF CONTENTS Page Standard Basic Inxpulse Insulation Levels..... . e..... .i . . .. .. . . ........ .. . Methods of Making Tests......... .. .. .. . . . . . . ...... .. . ..... . . ..... ........ ... Tolerances on Dimensions..... ... . ..... ,,.......... ..... ... . . . . ..... ... ...... Sixty Cycle Dry Flashover Rating............................................ Impulse (Critical) Flashover Rating.. . .. ...... . . e .. .~. ... . . . .. ..... ....... SixtyCycleDryWithstandTestVoltageflating.......,....................... I.trpulse Withstand Test Voltage Rating....................................... Sixty Cycle Puncture Voltage Rating. . ... . . .. . . . . ..... .. .. . . ..... ...... ...... Radio Influence Voltage Test................................................ Mechanical Strength Ratings...... ..... ... ... ......... ........... .......... Threacls....,...........................,.................................... Leakage Distance Rating., .. . . . .. .. ..... . . .. . . ...... .... ..... .. ... .. ... . a.... Dxy Arcing Distance Rating........ .. . ... ... ... ... ... .... ... ... . ....... ..... Colour of PorcelaJn......................................................... Sixty Cycle Dew Flashover Rating... . ... .. . . ....... .. ... ... .......... . . . ... Indoor Insulator Units, Electrical Characteristics and Heights............. Dew Flashover Tests.. .. .. . .... . . . .~ .... .. . .. . ... . . . . ..... .. ..... ........... Indoor Insulator Unit Construction.. . . . . . . ., . . ... ... . ... . . . . . .. .. ...... .... Studs.... .... ...... .. .. .. .... ..................... .. ....................... Tablel, FrontConnected Indoor InsulatorUnits............................. Table2,RcarConnectedlndoorlnsulatorUnits.............................. Table 3, Type A Indoor Insulator Tjnits..........,........................... Table 4, Type B Indoor Insulator IJnits...............,...................... Sixty Cycle Wet Flashover Rating....... .. .......... ........ . . . . ......... . ... Sixty Cycle Wet Withstand Rating. ... ... . . ..... .. . ... . ..... . . .......... . ... . . SubBases for Switch and Bus Insulators...., ....,. .. ......... ............. Net Weight. . .,,.,., . ,.. , ..... .. . . , . ... .., ., ,. .,.... ... ..... . .. ..... ... a.... StrengthofFittingsforOutdoorBusSupports............................... N~uxitingof Insulators.................,........,........................... Table 5, Outdoor Cap and Pin Insulator Characteristics...................... Table6, OutdoorPostlnsu3atorCharacteristics.,......,.................... A~ptorP]..ates............ ~ 1 2 2 2 2 2

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CEMA SPECIFICATION for INDOOR AND OUTDOOR SWITCH AND B1..~ INSUlATORS 0]. Issue No. 1, 1958

COPYRIGHT CANADA 1958 BY Canadian Electrical Manufacturers Association Toronto

This publication or part thereof may be copied without change provided due credit is given to Canadian Electrical Manufacturers Association. The Specification contained in this publication -was prepared by CEMA Switchgear Section and it has been submitted to Canadian Standards Association pursuant to CEMA By Laws.

Nov~nber28, 1958

Price

~2.5Othe Copy

SWITCH AND BUS INSULATOR STANDARDS FRONT AND REAR CONNECTED INDOOR AND OUTDOOR INSULATORS

1.

Standard Basic Impulse Insulation Levels Standard basic impulse insulation levels shall be: Reference Class KV 1.2 2.5 5.0 7.5 15 23 Basic Impulse Level KV 30 45 60 75 95 110 150 200 250 350 450 550 650 750 900 1050 1300 1550

(8.7)

34.5
46
69 92 115 138 161 196 230 287 345 Note:

Attention is called to the fact that devices carrying a power frequency voltage rating which is numericafly the same as the Reference Class are not necessarily required to have the corresponding impulse level given in the table. In the case of indoor insulators, those having 95 KV and 110 KV impulse test values are known as class 15L and 15H respectively.

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Sections 2 to 12 indicate the procedure to be followed in checking the ratings and tolerance of insulators.

Nove~nber28, 1958

2.

!4~thods of Making Tests: When checking ratings or making acceptance tests the. methods used shall
he those apnl:,ring to the test involved as given in A.I.E.E. Standard No. 41, Insulator Tests, or the latest revision thereof.

3.

Tolerances on Dimensions:
The dimensions given on the drawings are maximum design dimensions established for standardization purposes. The maximum diameters shall not exceed 103 percent of the values given. The top and bottom surfaces of the insulator unit shall be parallel within 1/32 inch, measured at the bolt circle diameter. The allowable variation in the height of the unit shall not exceed 1/32 inch plus or minus.

4.

Sixty Cycle Dry Flashover Rating: The rated 60 cycle dry flashover of an insulator is an assigned value applied by the manufacturer to indicate its performance under standard atmospheric conditions. When check tests are required, tests shall be made on three units. strings or stacks, and the rating shall be considered checked if the average of three test results shall be not less than 95 percent of the rated value.

5.

~~~p~1se (Critical) Flashover Rating: The impulse (critical) flashover rating of an insulator is an assigned value applied by a manufacturer to indicate its performance under standard atmospheric conditions at a specified polarity. When check tests are required, tests shall be made on three units, strings or stacks, and the rating shall be considered checked if the average of three test results shall be not less than 95 percent of the rated value.

6.

Sixty-Cycle Dry Withstand Test Voltage Rating:


The sixty cycle dry withstand test voltage rating of an insulator is a test voltage assigned by the manufacturer which may be applied for a period of one minute under standard atmospheric conditions without flashover or puncture. The insulators shall be set up in accordance with the section in AIEE Standard No. 41, Specimen Mounting for Electrical Test, paragraph 41-50 to 4156, inclusive. When check tests are required, not more than three units or stacks of the type involved shall be submitted to the test. The rated test voltage corrected for atmospheric conditions at the time of the test shall be applied for one minute. If no unit or stick tested flashes over or punctures, the requirement for the lot involved shall have been met.

November 28, 1958

7.

I~pp1seWithstand Test Voltage Rating:


The impulse withstand test voltage rating of an insulator is the crest value of an impulse voltage of a specified wave form assigned by the manufacturer which can be applied to the insulator under standard atmos pheric conditions without disruptive discharge or puncture of the insulator. The insulators shall be set up in accordance with the section in AIEE Standard No. 41, Specimen Mounting for Electrical Test, Par. 41-50 to 41-56, inclusive. When check tests are required, not more than three units or stacks shall be selected at random from the lot involved and the rated test voltage corrected for the atmospheric conditions at the time of test shall be applied in accordance with Par. 41-203, AIEE Standard No. 41 or latest revisions thereof. If the units selected withstand the test under the conditions therein, the requirements for the lot involved shall have been met.

8.

Sixty~Cycle Puncture Voltage Rating:


The sixty cycle puncture voltage rating of an insulator is an assigned value apolied by the manufacturer to indicate its performance under the standard conditions specified in the methods of test. When check tests are required, not more than one unit per thousand of the lot involved shall be selected at random and submitted to the test. The average value obtained shall be not less than the rating and no single value shall be less than 90% of the rating.

9.

Radio Influence Voltage Test The radio influence voltage values given in the tables apply only to new insulators tested in the factory and they are the maximum micro-volt ratings when tested at the indicated test voltage to ground, the test to be made in accordance with NEMA Publication No. 107 and AIEE Standard No. 41 or latest revisions of either. The 60 cycle rms test voltage value are approximately 10 percent higher than the lineto-ground voltage at which the insulators are usually operated. The limits for other apparatus and apparatus utilizing shall be established by standards for such apparatus. these insulators

When check tests are required, not more than one percent of the lot involved shall be selected at random and submitted to the test. If

none of the units tested exceed the rated value the requirements for the lot involved shall have been met.

November 28, 1958

10.

Mechanical Strength Rating~


The mechanical cantilever, torsion, tension and compression strength ratings of a unit, stack or string, where they apply, are assigned values for these strengths, applied by the manufacturer to indicate the performance under the specified test methods. When check tests are required, not more than three units per thousand may be selected at random to be tested in whatever proportion the purchaser desires for these various types where they apply to the insulators involved. Where two or more tests of one kind are involved, the average shall be equal to or in excess of the rating and no single value shall be less than 85 percent of the rating. In case a single unit is tested, the value obtained shall be not less than 85 percent of the rating.

11.

Threads
Internal or external threads shall have a usable length at least equal to one diameter, except where specified to the contrary.

12.

Leakage Distance Rating: The leakage distance rating of an insulator is the sum of the shortest distances measured along the surface of the insulator between the metal parts when arranged for the dry flashover test. If high resistance coatings are applied, such coatings shall be considered as effective leakage surfaces and leakage distance over such surfaces shall be included in the leakage distance. When a check of the rating is required, not more than three samples selected at random from the lot involved shall be measured. If the average of the measurement so obtained is not less than 97 percent of the rated value, the requirement shall have been met.

13.

Dr~Arcing Distance Rating


The dry arcing distance rating of an insulator is the sum of the shortest distances through air or over the surface between live metallic and grounded parts of an insulator when arranged for dry flashover test. When check tests of the rating are required, not more than three samples selected at random from the lot involved shall be measured. If the average of the measurement so obtained is not less than 97 percent of the rated value, the requirement shall have been met.

November 28, 1958

14.

Colour of Porcelain The standard colour of porcelain insulators used for air switches and bwi supports, for indoor and outdoor service, shall be brown of a unffor~i colour, not mottled. This includes the present standard trade glazes known as dark mahogany glaze, brown glaze and chocolate glaze.

15.

SixtyCycle Dew Flashover a~iting The rated sixty-cycle dew lashover value of an insulator is an assigned value applied by the manufacturer to indicate its performance under standard conditions of atmosphere ithen completely covered with condensed moisture. ~Then check tests are required, tests shall be made on three units and the ratings shall be considered checked if the average of the three test results shall be not less than 90 percent of the rated value.

16.

Indoor Insul~xtorUnits, Electrical Characteristics and Heights

Indoor insulator units shall have the following electrical characteristics: Voltage Rating KV 5 7.5 15L 15H Dew
Flash-

Low
Frequency

Over One Minute KV,R~ Dry NV BI~S 15 24 26 30 40 Note: 19 26 36 50 60

Impulse Full. ~Tavo 1.5X40 ns Pos. or Neg. NV, Crest 60 75 95 110 150

Height Inches Const Class A

Dim.4.

Height Inches Const Class B Dim. 7 Ditri.4. 5 6 71/2 9 12

3]J2 4-1/2 6
71/2

71/2

23

101/2

6 71/2 9 12

81/2 10 11-1/2 141/2

above 23 NV use outdoor insulators

17.

Deir Flashover Tests Dew flashover tests shall be made either thoroughly covering the insulator with condensate from the atmosphere or after thoroughly drenching the insulator with a fine spray of distilled water.

18.

Indoor Insulator Unit_Construction The following classes of construction shall be standard: Class: AInserttop and. bottom BInserttop, externally bonded base

Note:

These construction classes apply to front connected insulators only.

November 28, 1958

19.

Studs Rear connected indoor air switches using these insulators shall be considered standard with the following studs. 1. 2, 3. Round studs up to and including 1200 amperes. Round or laminated studs at 2000 amperes. Laminated studs above 2000 amperes.

November 28, 1958

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TABLE
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CEMA STANDARD FRONT CONNECTED INDOOR INSULATOR UNITS STRENGTH


VOLTAGE
>

CLASS
840
MAX. CIA.
?

WIThSTAND TEST KV

HEIGHT IN INCHES

A-tO
MAX. CIA.

A-20

A30

950
MAX. CIA. STRENGTH POUNDS

RATING
U, U, U
C.,

3j

MAX.OlA. 4~ STRENGTH

MAX. CIA. 6 STRENGTH- POUNDS

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STRENGTH POUNDS

POUNDS

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5.5

60

750

1500

1500

0,000

1,000

2,500

2,000 O,OOO
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7.5

7.2

8.25

75

26

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1,500

3,500

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iMFi.U$E WITHSTANO TEST V~TAGZ WiTH I~A 40 WAVE POSITIVE AND ~E0ATIVE.
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1~OT~: Cap drilling shifted

450

from base drilling may be available but is non Ci21A standard.

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VOLTAGE
>

HEIGHT IN INCHES TESTKV

Ato MAX.OIA.

A ~Z0 MAX. DIA. 5~ STRENGTHPOUNDS

A :30 MAX. CIA. 7 STRENGTcI-POUNDS

840 MAX. CIA. 8 STRENGTHPOUNDS


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INSERT TOP AM) BOTTCII


INSERT TOP

EXTERNM.t.Y BONZD BASE

NOTE:

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450

from base drilling may be available but is non CENA standard.

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CEMA
STRENGTH CLASS

STANDARD TYPE A CONSTRUCTION

INDOOR A

INSULATOR

UNITS

A
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10

A 20

30

40

50

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NOTE 2

ia.~ 2} FOR SKV& ?~5tY IwSUt.ATOR i.o.. FOR (51. S $50


U

IRSULtIOR

Inserts are normally Ferrous - Non-Ferrous supplied on special order.

20.

Sixty-Cycle Wet Flashover Rating The rated 60 cycle wet flashover value of an insulator is an assigned
value applied by the manufacturer to indicate its performance under standard conditions of precipitation and atmosphere. When check tests are required, tests shall be made on three units, strings or stacks and the rating shall be considered checked if the average of the three test results shall be not less than 90 percent of the rated value.

21.

Sixty-Cycle wet withstand test voltage rating of sri insulator is a test voltage assigned by the manufacturer which may be applied for a period of ten seconds under standard conditions of atmosphere and precipitation without flashover or puncture. The insulators shall be set up in accordance with the section in AIEE Standard No, 4.1, tSpecimen mounting for Electrical Test, Par. 4150 to 41-56, inclusive. The precipitation shall be as for 60 cycle wet flashover test per AIEE Standard No. 41. When check tests are required, not more than three units or stacks of the type involved shall be submitted to the test and the rated test voltage corrected for relative air density but not for humidity shall be applied for ten seconds. If no unit or stack tested flashes over or punctures, the requirement for the lot involved shall have been met.
SubBases for Switch and Bus Insulators

22.

Switch and bus insulators designed for use in stacks usually require
a sub-base at the ground end to develop the full flashover voltage of the unit or stack, and sub-bases of suitable length or their equivalent, are commonly used in operation. In making 60 cycle and impulse, flashover arid withstand tests on these insulators, such sub-base or its equivalent, shall be used.

23.

Net Weight The net weights listed in the tables on pages 13 to 15 are maximum design weights established for standardization purposes. Net weights shall not exceed 105 percent of rated values.

24,

Strength Class of Fittings for Outdoor Bus Supports

The strength classification for outdoor bus support fittings expressed in terms of the gradually applied load which the fitting shall withstand without failure or fracture of any part, shall be as follows:

Nov~nberZ3, 1958

Load in Pounds 2,000


4,000
*

Class

Designation Standard Strength


High Strength

Applicable Bolt Circle in Inches

3 or 5 5

Refers to associated insulator class.

In all cases the load shall be applied to the fittings in a plane parallel to that of its mounting surface and the line of action of the load shall be perpendicular to the length of the conductor and coincident with its center line.

25. Mounting of Insulators


The mounting position of standard insulator units or stacks of insulator

units for outdoor devices shall be: Up to and including 115 KV


Above 115 KY
*
-

Vertical or Horizontal

Vertical

Where it is necessary to mount a stack of insulator units rated 161 KY horizontally because of arrangement limitations, it is recommended stack Technical Reference No. 26 be used.

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November 2S, 1958

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NOTE fThe following bolt arrangements are 3-inch bolt circleFour /tinch13 (NC) scrllws at 10 (legreell, 5-inch bolt circleFour ~inch1 1 (NC) Screws at 90 degrees, 7incl, bolt circle--Four l/.inclllO (NC) Screws at 10 degrees, standard: bolts or cap bolt, or rap bolts or cap

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TABLE 5
Coat.

142. two T.R, No. 144 and one TR. No. 151 for ug,ri~htbase mounting, NOTE lXContbinatiors stack composed of six T R. No. 112, two TR. No. 14-1 and one T.R. No, 152 for un~lerhung
~ ~

l0inch bolt circleLight ~-inchj1 Screws at 45 degrees,

(NC) bolts or cap

NOtE lVThesg value, per stack. NOTE VSIIIt,Chlg for stacking, NOlE Vl-FClr vertical aPPlieIti~)n14. NOTE VI ICombination stack conlpolell of three T.R. No, 140 and one T,lg, No. 1-it (or horizontal applicati~~is. NOTE VIlIConihination stack composed of six T.R, No,

Nt,)lE

CAn insulator technICal referlnce nItrClt,cr ill .50 ilientItication (or an insiltatur unit or & stIck O( iflsutl)-Cr UnIts with prelcribed mechanical and electrical ch.Iracterls)ics. NOTE Xl l~jinch adapter plate for 11CC WIC1I upright base mounted stack FR. No. 33 (see Fig. 1, page t&C. NOTE Nil ~3~iiich allaptIr plate for use with underhung cap mounted stack T.R. No. 35 (see 1ig. 2, page Ii),

11101011

ins.

B. SwiTch
TechnIcal Reference Number 41 14
46

AND

Bus INSULATORSCAP
Notes

AND

PIN TYPESRADIO
Height of Stack,
inches

FREEDRATED VALuEsHIGh STRENGTh


1 t iaahove r Voltage, Ky Withstand Ieat Voltage

Voltage Rating, Ky

Inches

Mat 111am,

Technical Circle No. of Reference Bolt Diameter Units per Number of tnche~
Stac Single Unit (Note 1)

60-Cycle
Dry Wet

1.5 x

Impulse
41)

Ms Wsye Neg

60-Cycle
Dry

Impul*e
1.5 Wave x 40 Ms

Pos

1 Mm

Wet 10 Sec

7,5
15
23

~.. ... ... .,,

49

34.5

10 12
14

8 10

12
15

1 1
1

... . . ,,. .,. ...

5 5

60 85

40 55 100

105
125

120
201)

35
50

30
45 100 160

95 130 200 250


360 110

5
5

53
56

46
69
...

...
IV
V

140

17 17 17

20 29 14j~

1
2

140
-

...

5 5 5

110 145 170


280

75

160

125 190 95

170 225 230


400

250
290
-

340
5s30

120
230

os

70

60 sO 75

235

290

115

210

Radio Influence Voltage Data Technical Reference Number Voltage RatIng,

Kr

Notes

Puncture

Voltage, Ky per Unit

Leakage DIstance, Inches

Dry Arcing Distance? Test VoltInches age to Ground 5 Kr Rms

hlaxlmum RadIo Influence Voltage, Microvolts at 1000 Kc

Cantilever Strength, Pounds

Torsion Strength, Inch Pounds

Tension Strength, Pounds

Cornpressi~n Streogth, Pounds

Net ~Veiflht of Stack, Pounds

MaCimum

Upright

Underhung

41 44 46

7.5-

... ,.. .,. ...

49
53

15 23 34.5
46 69
.,,

...
IV V

90 115 145 195 225


215 215

28

8 14 18
60 33

53~
10~ 18
29 133~

73~

22 44

10 15

50 50 100

4000 4000
4000

3000

40

30 22

56
140

143.~

100 200 200 100

4000 4000
3000

3000 3000

12,000 20,000 20,000

10,000

3000 2500

14,000 16~0OO

10,000 10.000
14C000

20,000 20,000 20C000

20

7000

2.350 4000

40,000
40,000

151000
20C000

30,000 30,000 60,000


60,000

20,000

30 40 60 95 ISO 90

NOTE iThe folfwing bolt arrangements are standard: 3-inch bolt ciUcleFout -13 (NC) bolts or cap screws at 90~, 5~inchbolt circleFour ~ji1 (NC) bolts or cap sr,eW~ Itt 00,. 7-iuch blllt circlePour ~4--lO(NC) ilillIC or cap l0Lch bolt circleEight ~11
screws at 45,

NOTE lVThe~evalues per stack, NOTE VSuitable for stackic;. NOTE V!Ao insulator techo:cal refeeC_Cc~ CC_C0~~ s identification for an insulator COliC or a ll,alk ef scsi 0 ufliti with prescribed mechanical 4)11 etegtxcri.I cCsCi-:c~oC-
tim,

stiewi at

Ot),

(NC) tIoltS or cap

S
TABLE 6

C.

PosT-TYPE SwITcH AND Bus INsuLAToRsR.~DrOFREEDR.~TEDVALUEsSTAND.\RD STRENGTII


Flashnver Voltage, Kr ~Vithstand Teat Voltage, Kr 60-Cycle Diameter of Bolts, Inches 60-Cycle Dry Wet 1.5 X 40 Ms Wave Pos Neg

TechnIcal Reference Number

Voltage Rating, Kr

Maximum Diameter, inches

height per UnIt, Inches

Number Bolt of Units Circle Nunsher per Diameter, of Stack Inches Bolts

Impulse
1,5 X 41) Ms %Vave

Dry I Mm

Wet 10 Sec

202 205 208 210 214 216

7.5 15 23 34,5 413 69

7 7 7 7,5 8 10

7.5 10 14 18 22 30

1 1 1 1 1 1

3 3 3 3 3 3

4 4 4 4 4 4

0,5 0.5 0,5 0,5 0.5 0.5

60 85 110 145 170 235

40

55 75 100 125 180

105 125 170 223


230

390

120 200 230 200 340 375

35 50 70 95 120 175

30 45
60

SO 100 145

05 110 150 20)) 230


350

rechnlcal Reference
Number

Voltage Rating,
Kr

Test Voltage to Ground, Ky Rnis

Max RadIo Influence Voltage, Sllcrovolts at 1000 Kc

Dry CantIlever strength, Pounds Upright Underhung Torsion Strength, Inch-Lbs TensIon Strength, Pounds Conipresslon Stretsgth, Pounds Leakage Distance, Inches Arcing Distance. Inches

~il.is Net ~,\eIght, Pounds per mit

202 205 208 210 214 216

7.5 15 23 34,5 46 69

5 10 15 22 30 44

50 50 100 100
200

200

2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 1500

2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 1500

6,000

5,000
5,000

7,000 8,000 10,000 12,000 15,000

5,000 7,000
8,000

12.000

10,000 10,000 10,000 15,000 13,000 25,01)0

10.5 15.5 24 37 43 72

13 7.23 10.5 14.5 IT 26

16.3 22 3i) 45 6.5 113

NOTE An insulator technical reference number is an identification for an insulator unit or a stack of insulator uOits

with prescribed mechanical and electrical characteristics.

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\\

~i~t0N.C.TAP_4~OLE5 AT 90 DEGREES OtAMETER- 3 AT 45 DEGREES

DIAMETER COUNTERSORE

)t NC. TAP-3 HOLES

AT 45 DEGREES
H0L1-4AT 90 DEGREES

FIG I

ADAPTER FOR TECHNICAL REFERENCE NO. 33


UPRIGHT ~A5E MOUNTED STACK

FIG 2 ADAPTER FCR TECHNtCAL REFERENCE

U)JOERHUNG CAP MOUNTED STAC)~

NO,

35

RECESS IN ADAPtER MUST PA5~sThIS GAGE ALl. DIMEOSOiS


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