Philadelphia Gear

Engineering Standards Index

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**Obsolete for New Designs

ENGINEERING STANDARD INDEX
SECTION
TITLE
REV.
1-1 Drawing Requirements
E
1-2 Drawing Format E
1-3 Dimensioning System C
1-5 Information on Layouts (Reducer)
E
1-6 Information on Dimension Drawings D
1-7 Dimensioning and Tolerances
F
1-8
Specification of Raw Material, Heat Treatments, and Hardness Notations D
1-9 Specification for Ultrasonic & Magnetic Particle Inspection on Engineering Drawings
D
1-12 Drawing Revisions D
1-14 Geometric Characteristic Symbols A
1-15 Tapped Holes - Metric Sizes B
1-16 Shaft Detail Drawing Guidelines A
2-2 Procedure for Processing Data Sheets on "Same-as Jobs"
D
2-4 Engineering Change Notice System W
2-5
Instructions For Issuing Bills of Material Engineering Change Notices
Q
2-7 Procedure for Checking Engineering Drawings D
2-8 Ship Loose OFO Item Painting --
2-9 Procedure for Generation of Red Line Drawings and Updating of Affected Drawing(s)
B
2-11 Job Bill of Material & Ship Loose Parts Procedure A
2-12 Procedure for Obtaining Customer Material J
2-17 Engineering Drawing Safeguards - IDOCs, RFM, and File Cabinets
J
2-24 Guidelines, Engineering Design Reviews I
2-26 Engineering Standard Initiation and Approval D
2-28 Electronic Transfer of Engineering Documents C
2-31 Writing, Review, and Delivery of Technical Manuals E
2-32 Administering Drawing Changes in IDOCs B
2-33 Specification Cross-Reference, Westech to PG
B
2-34 Archiving Obsolete Engineering Standards and Design Guides
A
2-35 PG Engineering Review of Gearing Drawings D
2-36** How to use the BOM Front Sheet Template “P1BM” --
2-37 Procedure for ABS Replacement Gearsets --
5-1*
PG-1 Steel H
5-2
PG-2 Steel E
5-3 PG-3 Steel F
5-6** PG-6 Steel C
5-7** PG-7 Steel C
5-9** PG-9 Steel C
5-12 PG-12 Steel Castings
C
5-14 PG-14 Steel E
5-15 PG-15 Iron Castings C
5-16 PG-16 Steel Castings B
5-17
PG-17 Steel Castings B
5-18 PG-18 Steel Forging H
5-19
PG-19 Steel Forging B
5-20 PG-20 Steel Forging K
5-25 PG-25 Bronze Castings C
5-27 PG-27 Bronze Castings C
5-28 PG-28 Bronze Castings C
5-29 Material, Heat Treatment and Mechanical Properties Requirements for Torsion Bar B.O.F. Application C
5-30 PG-30 Bronze Castings C
5-31
PG-31 Steel Forging G
5-32 PG-32 Steel Forging F
5-33** PG-33 Steel Forgings D
5-37
PG-37 Aluminum Castings
B
5-41 PG-41 Steel Forgings B
5-45** PG-45 Steel Forgings C
5-46 PG-46 Steel Forgings D
5-47**
PG-47 Steel Forgings C
5-48** PG-48 Steel Forgings C
5-50** PG-50 Steel Forgings and Rolled Bar C
5-51
PG-51 Steel Rolled Ring Forgings B
5-52 PG-52 Rim Forgings B
5-53 PG-53 Rim Forgings D
5-92* PG-92 Steel Forgings H
5-93
PG-93 Steel Forgings Or Rolled Bar B
5-94*
PG-94 Steel Forged Bar E
5-95* PG-95 Steel Forged Bar D
5-96*
PG-96 Steel Hot Rolled Bar E
5-97*
PG-97 Steel - Cold Finished Shafting B
5-98 PG-98 Cast Steel C
5-105** PG-105 Forged Steel Bar B
5-106** PG-106 Forged Steel Bar B
5-107 PG-107 Hot Rolled Steel Bar --
5-108
PG-108 Bronze Castings A
5-109 PG-109 Steel Forging B
5-110 PG-110 Steel Rim Forging A
5-111 17 Chrome Forged Bar --
5-200 AISI 4340H Steel - Rough Turned - Heat Treated - Ultrasonic Tested A
5-201 AISI 4320H Steel Rough Turned Forgings and Steel Bar - Normalized A
6-2 Case Depth - Surface Hardened Gears J
6-3 Drawing Requirements for Induction Hardening of Gear Teeth (Tooth to Tooth Scanning Method)
E
6-4
Drawing Requirements for Induction Hardening of Alloy Steel Gears (Coil Method)
D
6-7 Gas Nitriding of Alloy Steel
G
6-8 Gas Carburizing & Hardening of Alloy Steel Gears Q
6-13 Shot Peening - Hardened Pinions and Gears D
6-15 Stress Relieving Steel Parts - Other than Weldments --
6-16
Metallurgical & Test Data - Carburized Steel - Req'd by AGMA 2001
--
6-17
Prequench and Temper Requirements for Carburized Gears
--
7-1
Forging Allowances and Tolerances, Rough Turned - Except Gear Rims and Hubs
D
7-2 Allowances and Tolerances - Forged Gear Rims and Hubs for Welded Gears G
7-4 Machining Allowances on Welded Steel Housings D
8-1
Surface Finish C
8-5 Shaft Tolerances - High Speed Units D
8-6
Allowances and Tolerances --
9-1 Shafts - Design Data F
9-2 Shaft Centers H
9-3
Shaft Gear Seats J
9-4 Keys and Keyseats F
9-5 Keyslot Design for Close Balancing Tolerances C
9-6
Thread Design for Bearing Locknuts A
9-7 Balancing
M
9-12 Shrink Fits - Gears N
9-13 Shrink Fit - High Speed Gears D
9-15
Shafts - Over 28" Diameter or 100" Long A
9-16 Rough Turning and Hardening - Heat Treated Alloy Steel Bars --
9-17 Timing Herringbone Gears --
10-1 Sleeve Bearing Selection C
10-3 Taper Roller Bearings - Application and Lubrication B
10-4
Tapered Roller Bearings - Lateral Clearance D
10-5
Mounting Timken Bearings and Obtaining Operating Settings D
10-6 Tapered Roller Bearings - Double Row Assemblies - Specifications
A
11-1 Stud Design E
11-3
Steel Sole Plates
B
11-8 Design, Dimensioning and Recording of Thru Caps for Bearings with Rib Velocity Under 2000 FPM and Oil Seal Lip Velocity Under 3000 FPM B
11-9 Design, Dimensioning and Recording of Blind Caps for Bearings with Rib Velocity Under 2000 FPM. Caps to be used on Parallel Shaft Units B
11-10 Machinery Guards --
12-3
Backlash and Finish Allowance for Spur, Helical and Bevel Gears
G
12-4 Tolerances on Shaft Center Distances A
12-7
Lead Modification (Crowning) and Profile Modification of Gear K
12-8
Gear Teeth - Tips and Edges G
12-9 Pinion & Gear Tip Modification F
12-10 Crowning of Double and Single Helical and Spur Gears (Pitch Line Velocity to 5000 FPM)
H
12-11 Crowning of Single Helical High Speed Pinions. (Quality 11 and 12 Gearing) B
12-12 Crowning of Double Helical High Speed Pinions (Quality 11 and 12 Gearing) G
12-13
Special Lead Modification for High Speed Gears Quality 13 and Above or High F/D Ratio Gearing
J
12-14 Special Pinion and Gear Profile Modification for High Speed Gears Quality 13 and Above
H
12-15
Groove Design for Shaved Sykes Gears and Pinions
B
12-17 Gear and Pinion Blank Design - Spur, Single and Double Helical
--
12-19
Tip and Root Relief ground Pinions and Gears A
12-25 Gear Rims - Pinned Construction - Special Drawing Requirement
--
12-26 High Speed Gear Set Design D
12-27 Steps in the Root Area of Gear Teeth from Tooth Grinding
--
13-14
Bevel Gear Mounting Distance Values --
13-15
Bevel Gear Blank Design B
13-16 Bolts - Bevel Gear Ring and Spider Assembly B
13-17 Drawing Requirements for Hardening of Carburized Stem Bevel Pinions C
14-1 Worm Gear Design - units Size 1400 and Up B
14-2
Worm Gear Design Rules - Highly Loaded 14" CD and Larger B
15-1 Coupling Bores - Fits and Keys E
16-1 Design of Welded Steel Gears F
16-4 Welding Gear Fabrications H
16-5 Stress Relieving of Weldments E
16-6 General Welding Procedure for Miscellaneous Carbon Steel Weldments
D
16-9 Applying Low Carbon Overlay to Gear Rim Blanks C
16-12 Welded Spider Fabrications B
16-13 Visual Inspection of Welds A
16-14 Shielded Metal Arc Welding of Carbon Steel to Itself A
16-15 Flux Cored Arc Welding of Carbon Steel to Itself, With Post Heat Treatment A
16-16 Machine Submerged Arc and Semi-Automatic Flux Cored Arc Welding of Carbon Steel & 4140 Material with Post Weld Heat Treatment B
16-30 Shielded Metal Arc Welding of Carbon Steel to Carbon Steel --
16-31 Metal Inert Gas (MIG) Weld Buildup of Low Carbon Steel Plates and Bars --
16-32 GTAW Of Carbon Steel Pipe To Itself, Butt And Socket Joints, Without Post Weld Heat Treatment C
16-33 Manual Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW) With a Gas Tungsten Arc Weld (GTAW) Root Pass C
16-34 GTAW Of Carbon Steel Pipe To Itself, Butt And Socket Joints, Without Post Weld Heat Treatment --
16-35 Torch Brazing of Copper Alloys to Themselves --
16-36 GTAW of Stainless Steel Pipe to Itself, Butt and Socket Joints, Without Post Weld Heat Treatment --
19-1
Surface Preparation and Primer Application of Iron and Steel Castings, Weldments, and Sub-Assemblies K
19-2 Painting - Finish Coat K
19-3 Cleaning of Internal Surfaces of Welded Gears C
19-4** Hylomar (Universal Blue Gasket/Sealant Compound) --
19-5 Cleaning, Pickling, and Preservation of Carbon Steel Piping A
19-6
Surface Preparation & Primer Application of Iron and Steel Castings, Weldments and Sub-Assemblies for Use with 2190 TEP Oils D
19-7
Chrome Plating for Repair and Corrosion / Wear Resistance A
19-9 Metal (Wire) Spray Procedure A
19-10 Metal (Powder) Spray Procedure A
19-11 Metal (HVOF) Spray Procedure --
19-12
Anti-friction Coating of Clutch Pistons --
19-13
Repair Bushing Design --
19-14
Standard Repair Procedure for the Installation of Keensert Inserts --
21-2
Bolt Torque and Preload F
21-5 Fasteners - Locking of F
22-1 Lubrication Requirements - Gear Reducers C
22-2
Lubrication Instructions Spiral Bevel Units, Type HB Standard Mounting B
22-3
Lubrication Instructions Parallel Shaft Units, Type HP Standard Mounting C
22-4 Lubrication Instructions Spiral Bevel Units, Type VB Standard Mounting C
22-5 Lubrication Instructions Parallel Shaft Units, Type VP Standard Mounting
D
23-1
Lubrication System Specifications C
23-2
Lubrication and Piping Systems Design and Assembly C
23-3
Sizing and Selection Lubrication Systems Piping Sizes and Flows E
23-4 Lubricant Sumps - Integral or Separate A
23-5 Gear Spray Design, H. S. Units D
23-6 Hydro Testing of Welded Stainless Steel Pipe --
24-3 Relief Valves E
24-4
Pumps, Approved Sources
A
24-5
Motor Driven Pump Assemblies for All New Designs
E
24-6 Orifice Plugs
H
24-7 Spray Nozzles D
24-8
Couplings - Seals - Pump Drives E
25-2 Synchrotorque Products - Preservation & Packaging Requirements
B
25-3 Gear-Pak Lubrication Fluid - Dexron II
A
25-4 Gear-Pak Lubrication Fluid - Moderate --
25-5 Gear-Pak Lubrication Fluid - Medium A
25-6 Gear-Pak Lubrication Fluid - Heavy A
25-8 Hydraulic Actuator Motors --
26-1 Material Test Samples (American Bureau of Shipping)
B
26-2 Piping Schedule - Marine Drives (American Bureau of Shipping) - Certification A
29-1 Part Number System - Commodities and Purchased Parts D
29-3 Drawing Number System L
29-4 Commodity Part Cross Referencing B
30-1 Wiring: Gear Drives & Lubrication Consoles --