Speed Identification Symbol Standard has been revised by ASABE.February 18, 2013 -
American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers (ASABE) revised its standard defining speed identification symbol for agricultural equipment. Specifically, ANSI/ASAE S584.3 JAN2013, Agricultural Equipment: Speed Identification Symbol (SIS), corrects transposed symbol in previous version.
ASABE Revises Speed Identification Symbol (SIS) Standard
American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers
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Press release date: February 8, 2013
ST JOSEPH, MICHIGAN — The American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers (ASABE) has revised its standard defining the speed identification symbol for agricultural equipment.
The new standard, ANSI/ASAE S584.3 JAN2013, Agricultural Equipment: Speed Identification Symbol (SIS), corrects a transposed symbol contained in the previous version of the document.
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