Press Release Summary:
ASABE revised one of its 5 recently completed ISO adoptions pertaining to power take-offs on agricultural tractors. "ANSI/ASABE AD500-1:2004 W/Cor. 1 OCT2011, Agricultural tractor - Rear-mounted power take-off types 1, 2 and 3 - Part 1: General specifications, safety requirements, dimensions for master shield and clearance zone" corrects error found in Forward section, in which deviations from ISO document are listed concerning PTO output speed.
Original Press Release:
Revision of Power Take-Off Standard Corrects Error
ST JOSEPH, MICHIGAN- The American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers (ASABE) has revised one of its five recently completed ISO adoptions pertaining to power take-offs on agricultural tractors.
The ASABE revised document, ANSI/ASABE AD500-1:2004 W/Cor. 1 OCT2011, Agricultural tractor - Rear-mounted power take-off types 1, 2 and 3 - Part 1: General specifications, safety requirements, dimensions for master shield and clearance zone, is an adoption, with deviations, of the identically titled international standard, ISO 500-1:2004, The revision corrected an error that was found in the Forward section of the standard, in which deviations from the ISO document are listed, concerning PTO output speed.
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