Press Release Summary:
The American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers has revised standards to ensure safety for agricultural tractors used in scraper tractor applications. The revision includes latest version of normative references. The ANSI/ASABE S602.3 safety standards are formed for Tractors of agriculture and forestry-falling object protective structures- test procedures and performance requirements.
Original Press Release:
ASABE Revises Ag Scraper Tractor Safety Standard
ST JOSEPH, MICHIGAN— The American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers (ASABE) has completed a standard revision addressing safety for agricultural tractors used in scraper tractor applications.
The standard, ANSI/ASABE S602.3, General Safety Standard for Agricultural Tractors in Scraper Applications, was revised to replace the reference to SAE J167, Overhead Protection for Agricultural Tractors – Test procedure and Performance Requirements, with nationally adopted international standard ASABE/ISO 27850:2013, Tractors for agriculture and forestry — Falling object protective structures — Test procedures and performance requirements.
Other changes include the incorporation of the latest version of normative references.
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