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NSS TeSys RY (Revision of ASME B30.9-2006) Slings Safety Standard for Cableways, Cranes, Derricks, Hoists, Hooks, Jacks, and Slings Reproduced By MS ‘win The Pemison OF ASME, nce Reyty Areement AN AMERICAN NATIONAL STANDARD UN Pe ea ray Th x Date of issuance: January 18, 2011 ‘The next cation of this Standard is scheduled for publication in 2013. This Standard will become effective 1 year after the Date of Issuance. There will be no addenda issued to this edition. ASME issues written replies to inquiries concerning Interpretations of technical aspects of this Standard. Interpretations are published on the ASME Web site under the Committee Pages at http: festools.asme.org as they are Issued, Interpretations will also be Included with each edition. [ASME i the registered trademark of Te American Society of Mechanical Engineers Ths code or standard was developed under procedures accredited as meeting the ciera fer Arnercan National ‘Standards, The Standards Commitee that approved the code or standard was balanced to assure that individuals rom ‘compete and concerped inceests have had an opporunly to pamlpate. The preposed code or sandatd was made ‘vallabie forpubliereew and comment that povdes an opprtenity for ational public iput from Indust, cade, regulatory agecis, anal the public at lage. [ASME does not “approve,” "tae" o “endorse” any em, constuction, proprieary device, er atv. [ASAE cows ot take any potion wih respect to the vaky of ary paler ights assed in connection with any ‘tens mentored inthis document, an daes rat undertake to Insure anyone uilzing & stand against ably for Infngerent of any appiabl lars pate, nar assure any such ality. Users of code a standard are exressly ‘advised thal éeternination ofthe wally ef any such patent Highs, and the tsk of Intingemeat of suck rights, IS ently thelr own esponsibility, Parlpaten by federal agency representtve(s) or persons) aMlated with inusty Is net to be interpreted as government or indusoy endorser ofthis code or standard [ASME accents rezponsiliy fr any those intepretatons ofthis document sud in accordance wit the established ASME procedures and policies, which precludes the issuance ofinterpetations fy individuals. ‘io pat ofthis document may bo reproduced In any orm, in an electronic reieval system or athecwise, without he prlor wien permission ate publisher ‘The Areican Socety of Mechanical Engineers “Tce Par Avene, He York, NY 20016-5990 Copyright © 2010 by THE AMERICAN SOCIETY OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS ‘A rights reserved Printed to USA, Foreword Cominitee Roster 30 Standard Introduction... CONTENTS Summary of Changes .. Chapter 9-0 Scope, Definitions, and References... Section 9-021 Scope of ASME 5309 : Section 9402 Definitions .....-+5 Section 940.3 References Stapler 94 Alloy Steel Chin Sings: Selection, Use and Maintenance Section $1.0 Scope... Section 91.1 Training i Section 9-12 Materials and Components Section 9:13 Fabrication and Configurations Section 914 Design Factor s.s-+sse++0 eee Section 915 Rated Loads « hoe Section 9-18 Proof Test Requirements Section 9-17 Sling Identification .- Section 9-18 Elects of Environment ~ : Section 9-19 Inspection, Removal, and Repair =. Section 9-110 Operating Practices - : Chapter 9-2 Wire Rope Slings: Selection, Use, and Malntenance.. . Section 9:20 oe a Section 9-21 Section 322 Mates and Componenis Secon 323, Fabucton ae Configurations Section 924 Design Factor Section 925 Rated Lond... Section 926 Proof Test Requiremenls Section 9-27 Sling Identification +... Section 928 Effects of Hnvironment Section 829 Inspocton, Removal, anc Repair : Section 9-210 Operating Practices ica Chapter 9-3. Metal Mesh Stings: Selection, Use, and Maintenance. Section 930 Scope vse Section 9-31 Training Section 9:22 Materials andl Components Section 933 Fabrcation and Configurticn Section 924 Design Factor Section $35 Rated Load . Section 93.6 Proof Test Requiremenis Section $37 Sling Identification ... Section 83.8 Effects of Environment = Section $39 rapt, tema and Repaic Section 93.10 Operating Practices : ‘Synthetic bore ‘Slings: Selection, ae and Maintenance Scope BEB SSSSEYRRVRNY BRB