Submitted by: Gilbert E.

Ancheta

It is a device having a predetermined temperature fusible member for the relief of pressure.
a. expansion coil b. fusible plug c. evaporator d. condenser ANSWER: b

Type of water available from a well, driven into water-bearing subsurface strata or aquifer.
a. ground water b. static water c. waste water d. pumping water ANSWER: a

The mechanics of water or other liquid whether at rest or in motion. a. pneumatics b. hydraulics c. hydrokinetics d. hydrostatics
ANSWER: b

It is the rate of flow of liquid measurement per unit of time usually in GPM or LPM. a. total head b. volume c. capacity d. gross head
ANSWER: c

A centrifugal pump characterized by a housing which is split parallel to the shaft. a. vertical shaft split-case pump b. in line pump c. horizontal split-case pump d. horizontal pump ANSWER: c

These are positive displacement pumps which can give steady discharge flow and can handle a wide range of non-abrasive viscous liquids.
a. cam and piston b. direct-acting c. gear vane d. volute ANSWER: a

Iron refined to a plastic state in a puddling furnace. a. cast iron b. pig iron c. grey cast iron d. wrought iron
ANSWER: d

An elbow with male thread on one end, and female thread on other end. a. street elbow b. threaded elbow c. screw elbow d. none of these
ANSWER: a

a. yellow d. orange ANSWER: b . blue b.Color used to identify the pipe of a treated water. green c.

direct-reading micrometer d. outside micrometer c. micrometer calipers ANSWER: d . a.Most useful close tolerance measuring devices for quick part and accurate measurements to the thousandth part of a centimeter. blade type micrometer b.

dedendum b.Height of tooth above pitch circle of the distances between pitch circle and the top of the tooth. clearance c. addendum ANSWER: d . a. backlash d.

a. none of these ANSWER: c . arc of approach c. arc of recess d.Arc of the pitch circle through which a tooth travels from its contact with the mating tooth at the pitch point to the point where is contact ceases. arc of action b.

Arc of the pitch circle through which a tooth travels from its contact with the mating tooth to the pitch. arc of action b. arc of approach c. a. none of these ANSWER: b . arc of recess d.

a.Arc of the pitch circle through which a tooth travels from the first point of contact with the mating tooth to the pitch point. arc of approach d. arc of action c. arc of recess b. none of these ANSWER: b .

circular plane ANSWER: b . circular pitch c. circular thickness b. a.Length of the arc of the pitch circle between the centers or other corresponding points of adjacent point. normal circular pitch d.

piercing c. a. hobbing b.A method of making molds for the plastics and die casting industries. drawing ANSWER: a . swaging d.

The operation of shaping thin metal by pressing it against a form while its rotating is called a. bending b. roll forming ANSWER: c . spinning d. shearing c.

a. sintering ANSWER: a .An operation in which a non-ferrous filler metal melts at a temperature below that of the metal joined but is heated above 425⁰C. welding c. brazing b. soldering d.

a. abrasive jet cutting c. optical laser b. ultrasonic d.In this type of machining. metal is removed by abrasive gains which are carried in a liquid and bombard the work surface at high velocity. plasma-arc ANSWER: c .

cold drawing b. blow molding d. electro-forming ANSWER: c . a. hot forming c.It is primarily used to produce tin walled hollow containers from thermoplastic resin.

electroplating c. cold drawing b.An excellent method of utilizing energy at a high rate. electro-forming d. explosive forming ANSWER: d . since the gas pressure and the rate of detonation can be carefully controlled. a.

blow molding b. electroplating c.It is done on all the common metals and even on many metal after their surfaces have been prepared. explosive forming d. electro-forming ANSWER: b . a.

hammer forging b. roll forging ANSWER: c .The operation of forming parts hot on drop hammer with impression or cavity dies. upset forging c. drop forging d. a.

drop forging d. hammer forging b. upset forging c. a.A hot work piece is placed on an anvil and struck repeatedly by a hammer. roll forging ANSWER: a .

press forging b. hammer forging c.Also called as hot reading and machine forging. a. drop forging ANSWER: c . upset forging d.

a. lack of penetration b. pinholes c.Normally occur at the weld heat affected zone due to brittle weldments associated with stresses. weld cracks ANSWER: d . weld undercuts d.

weld cracks ANSWER: a . lack of penetration b. pinholes c. a.Normally caused by the base metals did not reach fusion temperature. weld undercuts d. fast welding rate or too large electrode used.

porosity c. weld cracks ANSWER: b . weld undercuts d. pinholes b.These are gas bubbles or minute impurities trapped in the weldment normally due to dirty or moist electrode or contaminated base metals. a.

pinholes b.Normally due to poor welding process and dirty work pieces. porosity c. a. Foreign materials are trapped inside the weld metal. lack of penetration ANSWER: c . inclusion d.

kerosene ANSWER: d . a. gasoline b. tar oil d.Defined as a petroleum distillate having a flash point not below 22. alcohol c.8⁰C as determined by the Abel tester.

a. hoist c. crane b. rope d. chain ANSWER: b .A mechanical contrivance for raising or lowering a load.

a.9 ANSWER: d . 10 d. 7. 9.The minimum factor of safety for suspension wire rods with 1 500 feet per min (fpm) passenger elevator.5 c.6 b. 11.

a. Work Room b.This Room shall be at least 3. Tool Room ANSWER: a . Stock Room c. Boiler Room d.000 mm in height from floor to ceiling.

boom c. hood d. a. clevis b. Jib ANSWER: d .A horizontal arm for supporting a trolley or fall blocks which does not change its inclination with the horizontal.

The structure upon which the crane runs. a. Crane Runway b. Crane Path d. Crane Way ANSWER: a . Crane Passage c.

Semi-Portal Crane b. Tractor Crane ANSWER: a .A portal crane mounted on a semi-gantry crane instead of a gantry frame. Semi-Gantry Crane c. a. Tower Crane d.

a device designed to stop a descending car or counterweight beyond its lowest limit of travel.In elevator systems. dumbwaiter d. hoist way ANSWER: b . a. bumper b. buffer c.

disc sanders c. elbow sanders ANSWER: d . belt sanders b. drum sanders d. a.The revolving head shall be fully guarded except where abrasive comes in contact with the material.

Oil Fired ANSWER: a .179. a. Coal-Fired Boiler c. Gas-Fired Boiler b. It uses stokered water temperature coal or pulverized coal for water tube. Locomotive Boiler d.

This term designates any commodity wrapping, cushioning or container.
a. Packaging b. Wrapping c. Placing d. Wrapping

ANSWER: a

A structure that has a group of instrument mounted on it houses the operator process interface and is chosen to have a unique designated.
a. monitor b. program c. instrument d. panel

ANSWER: d

A device used directly or indirectly to measure and or control a variable. a. monitor b. program c. instrument d. measurement
ANSWER: c

A name given to an operation for sizing and thinning the walls of drawn cups. a. ironing b. piercing c. metal spinning d. power metallurgy
ANSWER: a

A method of making molds for the plastics and die casting industries. a. hobbing b. interferometry c. intreforming d. infiltration
ANSWER: a

It is ordinarily used for finishing flat or partly curved surfaces of metal pieces few in number and not over 305 mm or 610 mm long.
a. planner b. shaper c. grinding machine d. vertical boring mill

ANSWER: b

One designed to open automatically to relieve excess pressure. a. Relief Valve b. Gate Valve c. Check Valve d. Pressure Valve
ANSWER: a

A hydraulic elevator having its piston connected to the car with wire ropes. a. Direct-Plunger Hydraulic b. Maintained Pressure Hydraulic c. Electro-Hydraulic d. Roped-Hydraulic
ANSWER: d

A simple drum hoist having only one hoisting drum. a. Overhead Electrical Hoist b. Simple Drum Hoist c. Single Drum Hoist d. Double Drum Hoist
ANSWER: c

Portal Crane ANSWER: a . Pillar jib crane c. with horizontal revolving arm carrying a trolley. a. Pintle Crane d.A fixed crane consisting of a vertical member held at the base. Pillar Crane b.

grinding machine d. a. shaper c. planner b.A machine tool in which an abrasive wheel is used as a cutting tool to obtain a very high degree of accuracy and a smooth finish on metal parts including soft and hardened steel. vertical boring mill ANSWER: c .

horizontal boring mill b. a.A machine for finishing holes where the cutting tool is revolves on a horizontal axis. universal milling machine c. metal cutting band saws ANSWER: a . plain milling machine d.

When applied to valves and fittings implies they are suitable for a working pressure of from 862 to 1207 kPa. a. relief valve ANSWER: a . saddle flange d. screwed flange c. medium pressure b.

Plate Shear ANSWER: d . Pneumatic Plate Bender c. a.A Machine capable of shearing metal plate more than 6mm thick. Bender b. Shear Press Machine d.

Wrought Iron c.These are used principally because of their relative cheapness. Slabs d. Guyed Steel Stacks ANSWER: d . a. Billets b.

Saddle Flange b. Screwed Flange c. a. Socket Flange d.A flange curved to fit a boiler or tank and to be attached to a threaded pipe. Contour Flange ANSWER: a .

piezometer ANSWER: d .A device set in a pipe to enable a bourdon gauge or a manometer attached to show the net or normal pressure. manometer b. bourdon gauge c. a. pitot tube d.

occupant load c. a.An organization or a component of the Philippine national police fire department personal in charge with the mission of the prevention. dry stand pipe d. fire service b. fire protection. means of egress ANSWER: a .

It is a device for mechanically shifting belts from tight to loose pulleys or vice-versa. Transmission c. a. Gear ANSWER: a . Clutch d. Belt Shifter b. or for shifting belts on steps of step-cone pulleys.

a. 45 ° d. 55 ° ANSWER: c . 25 ° b. the pitch of stairways should be between 30° and 38 ° from horizontal and the slope should not be less than 20 ° or _____. 35 ° c.Except for service stairs.

a. power boiler b. new boiler ANSWER: b .An internally fired boiler which is selfcontained and primarily intended for temporary location. portable boiler c. oil fired boiler d.

Drip Lubrication d. a. Bath or Disc Lubrication b.A lubrication system wherein the lubricant is usually supplied by a circulating pump capable of supplying each chain drive with a continuous stream of oil. Oil Stream Lubrication c. Manual Lubrication ANSWER: a .

A device which corrects the car level only in case of under run of the car but will not maintain the level during loading and unloading. leveling device two way automatic maintaining d. a. levelling zone ANSWER: b . levelling b. leveling device one way automatic c.

Standard sheet sizes for mechanical plans and drawings shall be based on a width to length ratio of a. 1: sqrt (2) b. 1:3 d. 1:2 ANSWER: a . 1:sqrt(3) c.

Modulus of Elasticity b. Modulus of Rigidity d.The ratio of unit stress to unit strain within the proportional limit of a material in shear. Modulus of Resilience c. a. Young's Modulus ANSWER: c .

Evaporator d. a. Compressor c.A part of refrigeration system in which liquid refrigerant is vaporized to produce refrigeration. Expansion Coil ANSWER: c . Condenser b.

it is a device used to determine whether the part has been made to the tolerance required and does not usually indicates a specific dimension.In metrology. trammel ANSWER: c . a. Gage c. dial indicator d. bevels b.

flywheel b. pulley d. gears c. a. steering wheel ANSWER: a .A heavy wheel which by its inertia assists in securing uniform motion of machinery by resisting sudden changes of speed.

Locomotive Boiler d. Coal-Fired Boiler c. Gas-Fired Boiler b. a. Oil Fired ANSWER: a .A type of boiler which uses natural gas or liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) for heating. fire tube or water tube type.

Crane d. Load-carrying Elevator c. a. Dumbwaiters b. Material Lift ANSWER: d .A hoisting and lowering mechanism normally classified as an elevator has been modified to adapt it for the automatic transfer device.

A boiler where heat is applied outside the tube. Water Tube c. Portable b. Power d. Waste-Heat ANSWER: b . a.

belt contact b. none of the above ANSWER: c . belt transmission c. belt shifter d.A device for mechanically shifting belts from tight or loose pulleys or vice versa. a.

Geared-Drive Machine c. Gearless-Traction Machine ANSWER: a . the motor of which is connected indirectly to the driving sheave. Traction Machine d. Indirect-Drive Machine b.An electric driving machine. a. drum or shaft by means of a belt or chain through intermediate gears.

One where the energy is applied by the electric motor. machine drive ANSWER: c . direct drive machine c. a. geared drive machine b. machine drive electric d.

rupture member c. a. refrigerating system steam jet vacuum b. refrigerating system vapour d.A refrigerating system employing a condensable vapour as the refrigerant. heat pump ANSWER: c .

bins. decks. packaging ANSWER: a . storage aids b. non combustibles d.This term designates commodity storage devices such as shelves. a. pallets dunnage. trays. horizontal channel c. separators and skids. platforms.

atmospheric pressure b. hydraulic ANSWER: d . hydrodynamics d.A ____________ or hydromechanics is the mechanics of water or other liquid whether at rest or in motion. sprinkler system c. a.

single or multi-stage for wide flow ranges. a. Mixed-Flow d. Axial-Flow ANSWER: a . Volute b.These pump are available as horizontal or vertical pumps. Diffuser c.

The vertical difference between the pumping water level and the static water level.
a. black pipe b. pumping water level c. draw down d. bell and spigot joint

ANSWER: c

The process of filling the pores of a sintered product with molten metal in order to decrease porosity or to improve physical properties.
a. hobbing b. interferometry c. intreforming d. infiltration

ANSWER: d

It is the amount permitted in the part of total variation allowed in a given dimension.
a. Correctness b. Tolerance c. Standard d. Sensitivity ANSWER: b

A device that receives information in one form of an instrument signal and transmits an output signal in another form.
a. spinning b. swaging c. converter d. alarm

ANSWER: c

This type of pump have a series of vanes, blades or buckets turned by a single rotor. This rotary class also includes lobe or shuttle-block designs.
a. Turbine b. Gear Vane c. Cam and Piston d. Direct-Acting

ANSWER: b

A tee the branch of which is larger than the run. a. bull head tee b. check valve c. carbon steel pipe d. butt weld joint
ANSWER: a

A direct driven in which the motion of the car is obtained through friction between the suspension and a traction sheave.
a. worm geared machine b. winding drum machine c. gearless traction machine d. traction machine

ANSWER: d

The horizontal distance from the center of rotation of a tower, hammerhead portal or pillar crane, or derrick to the center of the hook or load.
a. Jib b. Radius c. Slewing d. Trolley

ANSWER: b

New chains subjected to the standard measuring load are allowed an over-all length of ______per meter, but must not be under length.
a. .99 b. 1.01 c. 1.99 d. 1/84

ANSWER: a

terminal stopping device normal b. travel ANSWER: c . transom d.A panel or panels used to close a hoist way enclosure opening above a hoist way entrance. a. top runby c.

manometer b.Consists essentially of a curved tube fixed at the open end. with the other ( closed) end free and attached to a lever which is geared to the indicator needed. piezometer ANSWER: b . a. pitot tube d. bourdon gauge c.

relief valve ANSWER: b . saddle flange d.A flange screwed on the pipe which it is connecting to an adjoining pipe. medium pressure b. screwed flange c. a.

An elevator having two or more compartment located one immediately above the other. Hydraulic ANSWER: c . Inclined c. Multi-Deck d. a. Freight b.

the weld being around the periphery. Expansion d. Compression ANSWER: b . Arc Weld b.A welded pipe joint made with the ends of two pipes butting each other. Butt Weld c. a.

booster pump b. aquifer c. submersible pump ANSWER: a .Is a pump that takes suction from a public service main or private use water system for the purpose of increasing the effective water pressure. vertical shaft turbine pump d. a.

miniature boiler ANSWER: a . low pressure heating boiler d.A boiler mounted on a self-propelled track locomotive and used to furnish motivating power for traveling on rails. a. medium pressure heating boiler c. locomotive boiler b.

coupling guards d. a. chain guards b. belt guards c. distance rail guards ANSWER: a .Fixed-mouthed or movable hood guards covering the length of run of power chains.

Plain Milling Machine d. Grinding Machine c. Vertical Boring Mill b.A machine designed to cut everything all the time. Metal-Cutting Band Saws ANSWER: d . because it employs an endless band with of sharp teeth moving in one direction. a.

An indicator that shows which landing and for which direction elevator hall stop or signal calls have been registered and are unanswered. hoist way unit system b. material lift d. indicator passenger waiting c. a. landing zone ANSWER: b .

a. Ram Enclosure b.A type of Hand Fed device wherein the machine shall be so arranged that the maximum distance travelled by ram is not over 1o mm. Limited Ram Travel c. Sweep Guard ANSWER: b . Interlocking Gate Guard d.

Static Switching c. Electro-Static Switching b.Switching of circuits by means of solid state devices. Rotor Switching ANSWER: b . Dynamic Switching d. a.

The power unit which applies the energy necessary to raise or lower an elevator or dumbwaiter. Automatic Drive c. Manual Drive ANSWER: c . Mechanical Drive b. Machine Drive d. a.

Planning c. Inspection b.This thing shall be done during installation to satisfy inspection office of respective government agency concerned that all materials and methods of erection are inspected conformance with this code. a. Counter-measuring d. Checking ANSWER: a .

Avogadro's Number ANSWER: c .A number indicating how many times a certain volume of a material is heavier than an equal volume of water a.Specific gravity d.specific ratio b.density c.

Normalizing ANSWER: a . Stress Relieving b. a. by heating the steel to a temperature below the critical range and holding it there long enough to equalize the temperature throughout the piece. or welding. Spheroidize Annealing c.caused by machining. cold working.Process reducing internal stresses. Annealing d.

The maximum number of person working or will be working shall not exceed one person per _____ cubic meter. 16 ANSWER: b . 10 b. a. 12 c. 14 d.

a.The completed structure shall be capable of withstanding a load of at least _____ kg applied in any direction in any point on the rail. 100 c. 210 d. 110 ANSWER: b . 150 b.

Extra Flexible Hoisting Rope c.Standard Hoisting Rope b.Standard Coarse Laid Rope d.6 X 7 class of wire rope is also known as a. Special Flexible Hoisting Rope ANSWER: c .

Hard-Drawn MB Grade ANSWER: d .Music Wire b.This grade is used for general-purpose springs where cost is the most important factor. a.Oil-Tempered MB Grade c.Oil-Tempered HB Grade d.

a. shaft ANSWER: b .It is a heavy wheel which by its inertia assists in securing uniform motion of machinery by resisting sudden changes of speed. cartwheel b. motor d. flywheel c.

power boiler ANSWER: d . portable boiler b. a. locomotive boiler c.055 kg/cm2 gage by direct application of heat.A closed vessel in which steam or vapor is generated at a pressure of more than 1. miniature boiler d.

guards c. fence d.A method of guarding moving parts so that physical contact by the parts of the body is precluded. back up ANSWER: a . a. enclosure b.

A machine designed and operated for specific purpose and includes machine tools and processing devices subject to regular attention. process machine ANSWER: d . turbine b. prime mover d. pump c. a.

A device employed to keep and stock rolls clean and assist in feeding stock into the in-running or feed rolls on the machine. nurse feed. b. none of the above ANSWER: c . engineer feed c. a. doctor feed d.

a. ram b. mandrel d. all of the above ANSWER: d .A reciprocating machine part within a cylinder. plunger c.

The weight of the machine plus the weight of the foundation should be distributed over a sufficient soil area which is large enough to cause a bearing stress within the safe bearing capacity of the soil with a factor of safety of a. 9 d. 5 b. 11 ANSWER: a . 7 c.

Modulus of Rigidity ANSWER: a .This shall be used for problems involving the torsional strength of shafts since this is usually axis about which twisting of the shaft takes place. Moment of Inertia d. a. Modulus of Elasticity c. Polar Moment of Inertia b.

class b stripper c. class a stripper b. class a tanning drums d.This shall be provided with control device which requires the simultaneous action of both hands during the cutting movement of the knife. class b tanning drums ANSWER: b . a.

refrigerating system brine spray ANSWER: d .A refrigerating scheme for cooling by a mist or spray of brine. refrigerating system brine c. a. refrigeration system cascade b. refrigerating system central point d.

000 pounds b. 2.The Ultimate tensile Strength of LightWeight Machinery Chain is a. 1. 1.800 pounds d.500 pounds c.000 pounds ANSWER: b . 1.

Operation Zone d. Danger Zone b. Working Zone c. or be caught by or between moving and/ or stationary parts of the machine. a.An area of place near or at the point those in process in the machine may come in contact. Hazardous Zone ANSWER: a .

A geared drive machine in which the energy from other motor is transmitted to the driving sheave or drum through worm gearing. gearless traction machine d. a. winding drum machine c. traction machine ANSWER: a . worm geared machine b.

operating device b. overhead structure ANSWER: d . a. rope equalizer suspension c. parking device elevator d.The car switch push button lever or other manual device used to actuate the control.

terminal stopping device machine final b. terminal speed limiting machine emergency c. terminal speed limiting device emergency ANSWER: a . stopping devices elevator landing d.A final terminal stopping devices operated directly by the driving machine a.

steam quality and efficiency. second hand boiler or unfired pressure vessel c. combustion system.Comprises steam generation distribution and utilization. feed water. reinstalled boiler or unfired pressure vessel d. a. steam system ANSWER: d . It included fuel. combustion. ASME boiler construction code b. air.

fusible plug c.Any device equipped with heating element used in the refrigerating system to increase the pressure of the refrigerant. generator b. a. in its gas or vapour state for the purpose of liquefying the refrigerant. liquid receiver ANSWER: a . expansion coil d.

refrigeration system flooded d. a. refrigerating system compression ANSWER: a . refrigerating system direct expansion c. refrigerating system chilled water b.An indirect refrigerating system employing water as the circulating liquid.

Point of Machining ANSWER: c . Point of Operation d. a. Point of Approach c. Point of Contact b.The portions or areas of a machine in which mechanical operations on the stock or materials are performed.

available height for storage b. ordinary combustibles d. a. exposure c. fire wall ANSWER: b .The exterior presence of combustibles which if ignited could cause damage to storage building or its contents.

A continuous and unobstructed route of exit from any point in a building. fire service b. dry stand pipe d. structure or facility to a safe public way. means of egress ANSWER: d . a. occupant load c.

a. horizontal split case pump ANSWER: b . horizontal pump d. end suction pump b.A centrifugal pump whose drive units is supported by the pump having its suction and discharge flanges on approximately the same center. in line pump c.

carbon steel pipe d.A welded pipe joint made with the ends of the two pipes butting each other the weld being around the periphery. check valve c. bull head tee b. butt weld joint ANSWER: d . a.

medium pressure b. screwed flange c. relief valve ANSWER: c .A flange curved to fit a boiler or tank and to be attached to a threaded pipe. a. saddle flange d.

a. hobbing b. interferometry c. infiltration ANSWER: b . intreforming d.The science of measuring with light waves measuring to the millionth part of an inch.

Coupling Guards b. Machine Guard c. Belt Guards d.A fixed-mounted or movable hood guards covering the length of run of power chains. Chain Guards ANSWER: d . a.

a. function d.The purpose of an action performed by a device. digital c. final control element ANSWER: c . distributed control system b.

The determination of the existence or the magnitude of the variable. a. monitor b. program c. instrument d. measurement
ANSWER: d

It is the raising or lowering the head of the boom. a. Tapping b. Rising c. Topping d. Lifting
ANSWER: b

A boom type mobile crane mounted on endless tracks or tread belts.

a. Boom Type Mobile Crane b. Cantilever gantry Crane c. Crawler Crane d. Gantry Crane ANSWER: c

A fixed crane consisting of a vertical member held at the base, with horizontal revolving arm carrying a trolley.
a. Pillar Crane b. Pillar jib crane c. Pintle Crane d. Portal Crane ANSWER: b

A hoist whose upper suspension member is a clevis or a U-shaped structural member designed to carry pulling load.
a. Base Mounted Electric Hoist b. Clevis Suspension Hoist c. Hook Suspension Hoist d. Monorail Hoist ANSWER: b

It is a device assigned to stop a descending car or counterweight beyond its normal limit of travel by absorbing the momentum of a descent of the car or counterweight.
a. Buffer b. Brake c. Bumper d. Flywheel

ANSWER: a

A manually opened hoist way door or gate that automatically closes when released . a. Bi-Parting b. Manually Operated c. Power Operated d. Self-Closing
ANSWER: d

A repeatable sequence of actions that defines the status of outputs as a fixed relationship to a set of units.
a. monitor b. program c. function d. measurement ANSWER: b

A car frame all of whose member are located below the car frame. a. Over Slung b. Sling c. Sub Post d. Under Slung
ANSWER: c

or the hydraulic elevator plunger or cylinder are attached. Under Slung ANSWER: a .A car frame to which the hoisting ropes fastenings or hoisting-rope sheaves. Sling c. a. Sub Post d. Over Slung b.

metal spinning d. piercing c. ironing b. power metallurgy ANSWER: b . a.The method of cold working by compression.

equipment or device installed beneath the car platform. Top Counterweight ANSWER: b . when the car rests on its fully compressed buffer. Bottom Car c. Top Car b. Middle Car d.The clear vertical distance from the pit floor to the lowest mechanical part. a.

shaping d. a.The operation of shaping thin metal by pressing it against a form while it is rotating. swaging c. thinning ANSWER: a . spinning b.

Sling c. and the hoisting ropes or hoisting rope or sheaves. a. Over Slung b.The supporting frame to which the car platform. Under Slung ANSWER: b . car safety. or the hydraulic elevator or plunger or cylinder are attached. Sub Post d. upper and lower of guide shoes.

Wall Crane d. Semi-Portal Crane c. Tower Crane ANSWER: c . Semi-Gantry Crane b.A crane having jib or without trolley and supported from a side wall or line columns of a building so as to swing through an arc a.

A hoist with one or more drums controlled by manually operated clutches. brakes or ratchet and pawl on drum and control levers. Double Drum Hoist ANSWER: b . Simple Drum Hoist c. Single Drum Hoist d. which is operated by hand or power. Overhead Electrical Hoist b. a.

Radius c. which does not change its inclination with the horizontal. Trolley ANSWER: a . a.A horizontal arm. for supporting a trolley or fall block. Slewing d. Jib b.

A rotating counterbalanced cantilever equipped with one or more trolleys and supported by a pivot or turntable on a travelling fixed tower. a. Jib Crane c. Hammerhead Crane b. Locomotive Crane d. Motor Truck Crane ANSWER: a .

Automatic Excavator d. Boom Type Excavator b. Mechanical Excavator c.A power operated excavating crane-type machine used for digging or moving materials. a. Electrically Operated Excavator ANSWER: a .

and prevents further motion beyond that point. Hanger d.A device which stops the moving part at the limit of travel of a trolley. a. or crane operating on rails. Bumper b. Hood ANSWER: a . Buffer c. bridges.

Lifter c. Loader b.A machine for lifting or lowering a load and moving it horizontally. Crane ANSWER: d . in which the hoisting mechanism is an integral part of the machine. Cage d. a.

a. plain milling machine d. universal milling machine c. metal cutting band saws ANSWER: c . horizontal boring mill b.A machine very similar in appearance and construction to the universal milling machine differing chiefly in that it lacks the swivel table construction.

planer b. a. grinding machine d. shaper c. vertical boring mill ANSWER: d .A machine purposely designed for finishing holes the work table revolves on a vertical axis and the cutting tool is arranged above the table and may be fed laterally or up or down in any position.

a stress relieving b. followed by uniform cooling. martempering ANSWER: a . normalizing c. tempering d.Uniform heating of a structure or portion thereof to a sufficient temperature to relieve the major portion of the residual stresses.

Coupling Guards b. Chain Guards ANSWER: b . Distance Rail Guards c.A fixed-mounted or movable hood guards designed to prevent personnel from moving into danger zones. a. Belt Guards d.

Hood Guards ANSWER: c . Water Splash Guards d. Explosion Guards b.A fixed-mounted retractable water resistant covering the vicinity of the point of the operation or danger zone and designed too contain or direct liquid splashes and spills. a. Distance Rail Guards c.

none of these ANSWER: b .Steel pipe coated with zinc to resist corrosion. corrugated pipe b. a. stainless pipe d. galvanized pipe c.

end suction pump b. in line pump c. a. horizontal pump d. horizontal split case pump ANSWER: d .A centrifugal pump characterized by a housing which is split parallel to the shaft.

Limited Ram Travel c. through. Two Handed Trip Device ANSWER: c . over.A type of Hand Fed device wherein it is so arranged that a finger or fingers can not go under. a. or around the guard or enclosure while feeding the stock. Ram Enclosure b. Fixed Guard Across Front and along Sides d.

Chain Guards ANSWER: c . a. Machine Guards c. Coupling Guards b.A fixed-mounted or movable hood guards covering the length of run of belts. Belt guards d.

velocity head d.Exist when the total suction is below atmosphere pressure. suction head ANSWER: a . a. suction lifts b. capacity c.

Interlocked Gate Guard b. Tripping Gate Guard d. a. Automatic Gate Guard ANSWER: a . Connected Gate Guard c.A type of a guard or gate barrier at the front or sides of the point of operation which is interlocked or connected to a tripping device.

gauge pressure (psig) c. the gauge bring connected to a closed pipe. none of the above ANSWER: b . a.Is just the term implies the pressure on a gauge on open air. absolute pressure (psia) b. vacuum d.

Spillage c.Chain drives should be protected against dirt and moisture and the oil supply kept free from a. Rusting d. Contamination b. Hardening ANSWER: a .

regular load b. occupant load c. capacity d. a. structure.The maximum number of persons that may be allowed to occupy a particular building. or facility or portion thereof. none of these ANSWER: b .

class b fire c. class c fire d. potassium. class d fire ANSWER: d . and other similar metals. sodium.A fire involving combustible metals such as magnesium. class a fire b. titanium. a.

A refrigerating system in which the pressure imposing element is mechanically operated. refrigerating system chilled water b. refrigerating system direct expansion c. refrigeration system flooded d. refrigerating system compression ANSWER: d . a.

a.306-in diameter rollers and a . Heavy Series c. has 0. Medium-Weight Machinery Chain ANSWER: a .141-inch pin diameter.This chain is designated as no. 41. ¼ inch wide. Light-Weight Machinery Chain b. Extra-Heavy Series d. It is ½ inch pitch.

liquid receiver ANSWER: d . expansion coil d. fusible plug c. generator b. a.A vessel permanently connected to a system by inlet and outlet pipes for storage of a liquid refrigerant.

compressor c. design working pressure d. condenser b.A vessel or arrangement of pipe or tubing in which vaporized refrigerant is liquefied by the removal of heat. evaporator ANSWER: a . a.

34 d. 55 c. a.V-belts operate most efficiently at speeds of about _______ m/s. 23 ANSWER: d . 40 b.

ventilation c. refrigeration system b. humidity cleanliness and distribution to meet the requirements of the conditioned space.The process of treating air so as to control simultaneously its temperature. humidifying ANSWER: c . a. air conditioning d.

new boiler ANSWER: c . power boiler b. portable boiler c. a. oil fired boiler d.Uses bunker C as fuel for heating boiler and power boiler.

oil fired boiler c.A closed vessel intended for use in heating water or for application of heat to generate steam or other vapour to be used externally to itself. a. boiler or steam generator ANSWER: d . condemned boiler unfired pressure vessel b. coal fired boiler d.

A device which automatically causes the electric power to be removed from the elevator driving machine motor and brake when the suspension ropes of a winding drum machine become slack. static switching ANSWER: a . slack rope switch b. signal system elevator c. starter control panel elevator d. a.

single automatic operation ANSWER: b . a. signal device elevator car flush d. safety self resetting c.A car or counterweight safety released and reset by movement in the up direction. rope fastening device auxiliary b.

a. operator automatic ANSWER: a . non-stop switch elevator c.A moving walk with a series of connected and power driven pallets which together constitutes a threadway. moving walk pallet type b. moving walk belt pallet type d.

moving walk belt type b. indirect drive machine d.A power drive device made of continuous belt tread way or pallets used to convey passengers and or materials on a horizontal plane from one point to another. a. moving walk ANSWER: d . material lift c.

V-Belt Drives c. Anti-Friction Belt Drives ANSWER: b . Flat-Belt Drives b.These type of belts are used extensively in single and multiple forms of automotive. Friction Belt Drives d. home and others for a wide range of horsepower extending upwards from fractional values. a.

A direct drive machine in which the energy is transmitted from the motor to the driving sheave drum or shaft through gearing. machine drive ANSWER: a . geared drive machine b. a. machine drive electric d. direct drive machine c.

water splash guards c. a. fire explosion doors ANSWER: a . hood guards b.Fixed-mouthed or retractable enclosures covering the vicinity of the point operation or danger zone. explosion guards d.

belt guards c. distance rail guards ANSWER: c . a.Pairs or groups of guards which may mesh together to form an enclosure around the point of operation. chain guards b. coupling guards d.

The areas of machine in which mechanical operations on the stock or materials are performed. point of operation b. point of moving d. point of action c. point of location ANSWER: a . a.

Tye II drip lubrication c. a. Type I manual lubrication b. Disc lubrication d. Type IV oil stream lubrication ANSWER: b .Type of lubrication where oil drops are directed between the link plate edges from a drip lubricator.

steam generator c.A type of prime mover utilizing the energy from expanding combustion gasses to produce mechanical energy. a external combustion engine b.internal combustion engine ANSWER: d . motor generator d.

Babbitt ANSWER: c .A copper-silicon alloy available in five slightly different nominal compositions for applications which require high strength. everdur c. a. monel d. inconel b. good fabricating. & fusing qualities.

30 ° b. 90 ° d. 60 ° c.The angle between the stack and guy wire is usually _______. a. 120 ° ANSWER: b .

2000 c. 1.500 ANSWER: c . 1000 b. plus ________ mm. and where used by two way traffic. shall be twice the width of the widest vehicle normally used. a.250 d.Roadways should be of adequate width. 1.

a. Turbine b. Electric Motor d.A type of prime mover utilizing potential energy. Generator c. Pneumatic Motor ANSWER: a .

a.An underground formation that contains sufficient saturated permeable material to yield significant quantities of water. water table c. aquifer b. Well ANSWER: a . porous layer d.

This alloy.Dynavar d. the first constant-modulus alloy used for hairsprings in watches. is an austenitic alloy hardened only by cold drawing and cold-rolling. a.Elgiloy c.Ni-Span C b.Elinvar ANSWER: d .

Gordon's Formula c. Euler's Formula ANSWER: b . secant formula d.Rankine formula for colunms is also known as a. Straight line formula b.

a. unit strain ANSWER: a . rupture point c. elastic limit b. yield point d.The maximum stress to which a test specimen may be subjected and still return to its original length upon release of the load.

6 X 19 class of wire rope is also known as a. Standard Coarse Laid Rope b. Special Flexible Hoisting Rope ANSWER: c .Extra Flexible Hoisting Rope c. Standard Hoisting Rope d.

Process Machine d. usually in the form of rotational or shaft energy. Turbine b. Electric Motors c. a.It is normally a prime mover utilizing magnetic energy from flowing electric currents to produce mechanical energy. Pneumatic Motor ANSWER: b .

cotton d. asbestos cores b. wire-strand core ANSWER: c . a.A type of wire rope core which is used for small ropes such as sash cord and aircraft cord. fiber c.

An instrument for determining the density of liquids.weighing scale d.hygrometer b. provided with graduations made to an arbitrary scale a.sphygmomanometer ANSWER: b .hydrometer c.

Torsion bars c.These springs are often used on army tanks and heavy field artillery. Flat springs ANSWER: a . difficulties in manufacture. Volute springs b. long production time. and seldom find additional uses because of their high cost. Belleville d. and unavailability of a wide range of materials and sizes a.

The ratio of unit stress to unit strain within the proportional limit of a material in tension or compression. a. Strain d. unit strain ANSWER: a . Modulus of Resilience c. Modulus of Elasticity b.

general layout plan for each floor drawn should not be less than a. 1:500 c. for any installation involving machine. mechanical equipment. 1:200 d. 1:100 ANSWER: c .As a requirement for permit application. 1:1000 b.

tail rod c. compressor cylinder or pump cylinder.The extension of piston rod passing through a stuffing box in the outside area of an engine cylinder. sprocket ANSWER: b . a. pin b. hub d.

swing boom ANSWER: c . a.Two hand signal for crane movement hold both arms horizontally at sides fully extend and move upward & return. stop b. lower c. hoist d.

ultrasonic thickness gauging d. a. metallurgical replication b. radiographic testing ANSWER: d .Method of testing boiler integrity that uses x-rays to generate & record on film the imperfections or defects in the boiler tube material & welds. vacuum testing c.

danger zone b. point of operation d. point of danger ANSWER: a . a. where the personnel or materials other than those in process in the machine may come in contact.An area around the points of operation. accident zone c.

or equipment as distinguished from the driving unit. turbine d. generator c. transmission equipment or prime mover. motor b. a.The driven unit. appliance. machine ANSWER: d .

All mechanical means of transmitting power from a prime mover to a machine. a. power transmission equipment c. power lines d. pulley b. None of these ANSWER: b .

drop hammer b. pitch hammer ANSWER: a . mallet d. a. ball hammer c.A heavy metal cylinder or hammer which is raised a practicable height and dropped so that the force or energy of the blow is developed entirely from gravity.

This shall have the periphery and back of revolving disc guarded. belt sanders b. drum sanders d. a. elbow sanders ANSWER: b . disc sanders c.

refrigerating system steam jet vacuum b. refrigerating system vapour d. heat pump ANSWER: a . a. rupture member c.A device that will automatically rupture at a predetermined pressure.

That portion of a floor balcony or platform used to receive and discharge passengers or freight. hoist way unit system b. landing zone ANSWER: c . a. material lift d. indicator passenger waiting c.

winding drum machine c.A traction machine. a. without intermediate gearing which has the traction sheave and the brake drum mounted directly on the motor shaft. traction machine ANSWER: c . gearless traction machine d. worm geared machine b.

An electric driving machine the motor of which is connected indirectly to the driving sheave. a. drum or shaft by means of a belt or chain through intermediate gears. moving walk d. moving walk belt type b. material lift c. indirect drive machine ANSWER: d .

A device installed on an elevator car or counterweight to equalize automatically the tensions in the suspension wire ropes. operating device b. rope equalizer suspension c. a. overhead structure ANSWER: b . parking device elevator d.

terminal speed limiting device emergency ANSWER: c . a. located at an elevator landing which when actuated causes the elevator to stop at that floor.A button or other device. terminal stopping device machine final b. stopping devices elevator landing d. terminal speed limiting device emergency c.

travel ANSWER: a . top runby c.A device or devices to slow down and stop an elevator dumbwaiter or material lift car automatically at or near a terminal landing independently of the functioning of the operating device. terminal stopping device normal b. a. transom d.

a.metallic mixtures or alloys which melt at temperatures below 538 ⁰C and above 177 ⁰C. soldered joint c. butt weld joint b. tenant d. welded joint ANSWER: b .A gas tight joint obtained by the joining of metal parts with metallic .

program c. measurement ANSWER: a . monitor b.A general term for an instrument or instrument system used to measure or sense the status of magnitude of one more variables for the purpose of deriving useful information. instrument d. a.

The device that directly controls the valve of the manipulated variable of a control loop. function d. a. distributed control system b. final control element ANSWER: d . digital c.

A machine tool designed to cut everything all the time because it employs an endless band with sharp teeth moving in one direction. horizontal boring mill b. metal cutting band saws ANSWER: d . plain milling machine d. a. universal milling machine c.

grinding machine d. vertical boring mill ANSWER: a . shaper c. planer b.A machine tool used in the production of flat surfaces on pieces too large or too heavy or cannot be held in a shaper. a.

metal cutting band saws ANSWER: b . universal milling machine c. a.A milling machine designed and constructed that the table may be swivelled to a considerable angle in a horizontal plane. plain milling machine d. horizontal boring mill b.

globe valve d. gate valve c. header b. a. Also used for a large pipe from which a number of smaller ones are connected in line and from the side of the large pipe. malleable iron ANSWER: a .A large pipe or drum into which each of a group of boilers is connected.

welded steel pipe c. carbon steel pipe d. none of these ANSWER: c . stainless steel pipe b.Is a steel pipe which owes its properties chiefly to the carbon which it contains. a.

a. wet pit d. static water level ANSWER: b . ground water c.That water which is available from a well drive into water bearing subsurface strata. underground water b.

ground water d. aquifer b. wet pit c. a. none of these ANSWER: a .An underground formation that contains sufficient saturated permeable material to yield significant quantities of water.

a. in line pump c.A pump with the shaft normally in a horizontal position. horizontal split case pump ANSWER: c . horizontal pump d. end suction pump b.

It is figured from the average velocity obtained by dividing the discharge in cfs by the actual area of the pipe cross section in square feet and determined at the point of the gage connection. a. suction head ANSWER: c . capacity c. velocity head d. suction lifts b.

horizontal split case pump ANSWER: a . horizontal pump d. in line pump c. a. end suction pump b.A single suction pump having its suction nozzle on the opposite side of the casing from the stuffing box and having the face of the suction nozzle perpendicular to the longitudinal axis of the shaft.

total head c. total discharge head b.Is the total suction head in feet or in meter of liquid absolute determined at the suction flange and referred to datum less the vapour pressure of the liquid in feet or meter absolute. net positive suction head d. net head ANSWER: c . a.

vertical shaft turbine pump c. booster pump b. submersible pump d. none of these ANSWER: b .A centrifugal pump with one or more impellers discharging into one or moe bowls and a vertical educator or column pipe used to connect the bowls to the discharge head on which the pump driver is mounted. a.

velocity head d. suction lifts b.Exist when the total suction head is above atmosphere pressure. suction head ANSWER: d . capacity c. a.

a. bourdon gauge c. pilot tube d.Used to measure the pressure of water discharging from a nozzle or flowing in a pipe by having its open end in the water and the other end connected to a gauge or manometer. piezometer ANSWER: c . manometer b.

pilot tube d. manometer b.Is a gauge in the form of glass U-tube one leg of which is open to the atmosphere or a straight tube one end of which is open to the atmosphere. Piezometer ANSWER: a . a. bourdon gauge c.

gauge pressure (psig) d. bourdon gauge b.Is the sum of the atmospheric pressure (14. vacuum ANSWER: b .7 PSI or less) and the gauge pressure (PSIG). a. absolute pressure (psia c.

absolute pressure (psia c.Measured by the amount of its pressure below the prevailing atmospheric pressure a. vacuum ANSWER: d . bourdon gauge b. gauge pressure (psig) d.

a. vacuum d. atmospheric pressure b. pressure ANSWER: a . absolute pressure c.Is a due to the weight of the atmosphere on the earth.

hydraulic ANSWER: c .A general term and is generally associated with the science of the force exerted by water in motion such as driving a turbine connected to an electric generator. a. dynamics b. hydrostatics c. hydrodynamics d.

wet stand pipe c. a.A type of stand pipe system in which the pipes are not normally filled with water. none of these ANSWER: c . fire stand pipe b. dry stand pipe d.

class a fire b. class c fire d. class d fire ANSWER: c . a. class b fire c.A fire involving energized electrical equipment.

What class of fire involving flammable liquids and gases. class d fire ANSWER: b . class b fire c. a. class c fire d. class a fire b.

class b fire c. a. class a fire b. paper. cloth. class c fire d. rubber and plastics. class d fire ANSWER:a .A fire involving ordinary combustible materials such as wood.

super combustible c.A materials and their packaging which will neither ignite nor support combustion. moderate combustible d. extra combustible b. non combustibles ANSWER: d . a.

warehouse c. non combustibles ANSWER: c . a.A materials or their packaging either of which will contribute fuel to fire. extra combustible b. moderate combustible d.

A materials which either by themselves or in combination with their packaging are highly susceptible to ignition and will contribute to the intensity and rapid spread of fire. moderate combustible d. a. extra combustible b. super combustible c. non combustibles ANSWER: a .

warehouse c.Any building or area within a building used principally for the storage of commodities. a. type I storage d. type II storage b. type III storage ANSWER: b .

cushioning or container. packaging ANSWER: d .This term designates any commodity wrapping. horizontal channel c. storage aids b. non combustibles d. a.

non combustibles d. storage aids b. horizontal channel c. bum or liberate flammable gases when heated to a temperature of 749⁰ for five minutes. a. packaging ANSWER: c .This term designates commodities packaging or storage aids which will not ignite.

a.Any uninterrupted space in excess of 1524 m in length between horizontal layers of stored commodities. storage space b. packaging space ANSWER: b . vertical channel d. horizontal channel c.

a. moderate combustibles b. extra combustibles c.Designates commodities packages or storage aids which have hats of combustion kilojoules per kilogram which produce fires that may normally be extinguished by the quenching and cooling effect of water. ordinary combustibles d. none of these ANSWER: c .

a. lap welded b.A __________ is a gas tight obtained by the joining of metal parts in the plastic or molten state. welded joint ANSWER: d . butt weld joint d. soldered joint c.

check valve c. globe valve d.A shut off valve than a valve for controlling the flow of refrigerant. stop valve b. a. none of these ANSWER: a .

Uses the same equipment as a refrigeration system but it operates for the purpose of deliver heat at high level of temperature. refrigerating system vapour d. compressor c. heat pump ANSWER: d . a. refrigerating system steam jet vacuum b.

refrigerating system brine spray ANSWER: c . refrigeration system cascade b. refrigerating system central point d. central high side. refrigerating system brine c. a.A system with two or more low sides connected to a single. multiple system.

condenser and evaporator. a. refrigerating system brine spray ANSWER: a . refrigerating system central point d. refrigeration system cascade b. each with a pressure imposing element. where the evaporator of one circuit cools the condenser of another. refrigerating system brine c.One having two or more refrigerant circuit.

refrigeration system cascade b. refrigerating system brine c. refrigerating system brine spray ANSWER: b .An indirect refrigerating system employing brine as the circulating liquid. a. refrigerating system central point d.

compression ANSWER: c . steam-jet vacuum c.A refrigerating system in which the refrigerant gas evolved in the evaporator is taken up in an absorber and released in a generator upon the application of heat. absorption d. single package b. a.

sulfur dioxide d.A substance which absorbs heat at a low pressure and temperature and rejects heat at a high pressure and temperature. chilled water c. refrigerant ANSWER: d . a. ammonia b.

refrigerating system absorption d. pressure vessel c. pressure limiting device b. pipes and pipe fittings. a. expansion coils. refrigerant ANSWER: b .Any refrigerant containing receptacle of a refrigerating system other than the evaporators. controls headers. compressors.

pressure vessel c. pressure limiting device b.A valve held closed by a spring of other means and designed to automatically relieve pressure in excess of its setting. a. refrigerating system absorption d. refrigerant ANSWER: a .

a. machinery room d. machinery ANSWER: a . piping b.A pipe or tube mains for interconnecting the various parts of a refrigerating system. mechanical joint c.

fusible plug c. a. expansion coil d.A device having a predetermined temperature fusible member for the relief of pressure. generator b. liquid receiver ANSWER: b .

expansion coil d. a. generator b. fusible plug c.An evaporator constructed of pipe or tubing. liquid receiver ANSWER: c .

condensing unit d. a. condenser b. condensers liquid receivers and the regularly furnished accessories.A specific refrigeration machine combination for a given refrigerant consisting of one or more power driven compressors. compressor c. evaporator ANSWER: c .

condenser ANSWER: a . compressor b. evaporator d. condensing unit c.A mechanical device used in refrigeration system for the purpose of increasing the pressure upon the refrigerant. a.

soldered joint c.A gas joint obtained by the joining of metal parts with alloys which melt at temperature higher than 538 ⁰C. brazed joint d. none of these ANSWER: c . a. but less than the melting temperature of the joined parts. welded joint b.

The useful refrigerating effect equal to 211 kj/min. none of these ANSWER: a . COP c. a. TOR b. effective temperature d.

a. air conditioning d. refrigeration b.The process of supplying or removed air by natural or mechanical means to or from any space. ventilation c. ventilation ANSWER: d .

ventilation c. through which a very low boiling point substance flow in cycle and absorbs heat from the immediate surroundings thereby producing the cooling effect. air conditioning d. refrigeration system b.An assembly of 4 major components. ventilation ANSWER: a . a.

The process of absorbing heat from a place where is not needed and transferring it to a place where it is unobjectionable. refrigeration d. air conditioning ANSWER: c . ventilation b. a. refrigeration system c.

unfired pressure vessel c.A boiler where heat is applied outside the tube. fire tube boiler d. a. water tube boiler ANSWER: d . waste heat boiler b.

unfired pressure vessel c. a.A vessel in which pressure is obtained from an external source or from an indirect application of heat. reinstalled boiler d. waste heat boiler b. water tube boiler ANSWER: b .

a. second hand boiler c. ASME boiler construction code b. unfired pressure vessel ANSWER: b . reinstalled boiler d.A boiler or unfired pressure vessel of which both the location and ownership have been changed after primary use.

reinstalled boiler d. a. ASME boiler construction code b. waste heat boiler ANSWER: c . second hand boiler c.A boiler or unfired pressure vessel removed from its original setting and re erected at the same location or erected at a location without change of ownership.

installed.Include all boilers and unfired pressure vessels constructed. oil fired boiler d. new boiler ANSWER: d . placed in operation or constructed for. power boiler b. a. portable boiler c.

miniature boiler ANSWER: d . locomotive boiler b. medium pressure heating boiler c. low pressure heating boiler d.85 of water heating surfaces. a. 1. 7.03 kg/ maximum allowable working pressure. 1065 mm overall length of outside of heads at center.Any boiler which does not exceed any of the following limits: 405 mm inside diameter.

low pressure heating boiler d. medium pressure heating boiler c.A boiler operated at a pressure not exceeding 103 MPa gage steam or water temperature not exceeding 130 ⁰C. miniature boiler ANSWER: b . locomotive boiler b. a.

An inspection made when a boiler or unfired pressure vessel is shut down and handholes. a. external inspection c. none of these ANSWER: a . boiler inspection d. internal inspection b. manholes. or other inspection openings are opened or removed.

oil fired boiler d. gas fired boiler c.Uses natural gas or liquefied petroleum gas(LPG) for heating boiler. a. fire tube or water tube type. power boiler b. waste heat boiler ANSWER: b .

a.A boiler where heat is applied inside the tube. new boiler ANSWER: c . water tube boiler b. power boiler c. fire tube boiler d.

fire tube boiler d. new boiler b. existing installations c. power boiler ANSWER: b .Any boiler or unfired pressure vessel constructed. installed placed in operation but subject to periodic inspection. a.

The vertical distance between the bottom terminal landing and the top terminal landing of an elevator. escalator. top runby c. transom d. levelling zone b. travel ANSWER: d . dumbwaiter. a. material lift or inclined lift.

The distance the elevator car can run above its top terminal landing before the plunger strikes the mechanical stop. transom d. levelling zone b. top runby c. travel ANSWER: b . a.

static switching ANSWER: d . signal system elevator c.Switching of circuits by means of solid state devices. slack rope switch b. starter control panel elevator d. a.

static switching ANSWER: c . a. slack rope switch b. starter control panel elevator d. signal system elevator c.An assembly of devices by means of which the starter may control the manner in which an elevator or group of elevators function.

slack rope switch b.One consisting of buttons or other devise located at the landing which when actuated by a waiting passenger illuminate a flash signal a. signal system elevator c. static switching ANSWER: b . starter control panel elevator d.

a.One providing a signal light in the car which is illuminated when the car approaches the landings at which a landing signal registering device has been actuated. single automatic operation ANSWER: c . safety self resetting c. rope fastening device auxiliary b. signal device elevator car flush d.

overhead structure ANSWER: c . rope equalizer suspension C. operating device B.An electrical or mechanical device the function of which is permit the opening from the landing side of the hoist way door at any landing when the car is within the landing zone of that landing. parking device elevator D. A.

operating device b. sheaves and equipment at the top of the hoist way. supporting the elevator machinery. parking device elevator d. rope equalizer suspension c. etc.All the structural member platform. a. overhead structure ANSWER: d .

A switch which when operated will prevent the elevator from marking registered landing stops. emergency stop switch B. hoistway access switch ANSWER: b . buffer D. A. non-stop switch elevator C.

vertical shaft turbine pump D. A. centrifugal pump C.A pump that takes suction from a public service main or private use water system for the purpose of increasing the effective water pressure. booster pump B. submersible pump ANSWER: a .

horizontal pump d.A centrifugal pump characterized by a housing which is split parallel to the shaft. horizontal split case pump ANSWER: b . a. end suction pump b. in line pump c.

horizontal pump d. horizontal split case pump ANSWER: b . end suction pump b.A centrifugal pump whose drive units is supported by the pump having its suction and discharge flanges on approximately the same center. a. in line pump c.

gearless traction machine d.A geared drive machine in which the suspension ropes are fastened to and wind on a drum. a. traction machine ANSWER: b . worm geared machine b. winding drum machine c.

machine drive electric d.The power unit which applies the energy necessary to raise or lower an elevator or dumbwaiter. direct drive machine c. geared drive machine b. a. machine drive ANSWER: d .

a. levelling zone c. landing zone d.A zone extending from a point 457 mm below an elevator or material lift landing to a point 457 mm above landing. none of these ANSWER: c . hoist way b.

a. explosion guards d. hood guards b. water splash guards c. fire explosion doors ANSWER: b .Fixed-mouthed or retractable water resistant enclosures covering the vicinity of the point operation or danger zone and designed to contain or direct spills.

coupling guards d. distance rail guards ANSWER: d . a.Fixed-mouthed or movable guards designed to prevent personnel from moving into danger zones. chain guards b. belt guards c.

drum sanders d. belt sanders b. a. elbow sanders ANSWER: a .This shall have both pulleys and the unused run of the sanding belt enclosed. disc sanders c.

A mechanically operated guard that sweeps the hands of the operator out of the way of the descending rams. automatic interlocked guard d. interlocked gate guard ANSWER: a . a. sweep guards b. intermediate gate guards c.

wrist or arms. pull-out protective device d. pull-out protective gear b. pull-out protective mask c. a. pull-out protective press ANSWER: c .Mechanically-operated device attached to the operator’s hands.

125 b. 500 d. 250 c.Standard Railings shall be at least _____ mm from the upper surface of the top rail to the floor level. a. 1.000 ANSWER: d .

Fixed-mouthed or retractable water resistant enclosures covering the vicinity of the point operation or danger zone and designed to contain or direct spills. hood guards b. fire explosion doors ANSWER: b . a. explosion guards d. water splash guards c.

water splash guards c. fire explosion doors ANSWER: b . hood guards b. explosion guards d. a.Fixed-mouthed or retractable water resistant enclosures covering the vicinity of the point operation or danger zone and designed to contain or direct spills.

punching. power punches b. power calibration d. stamping. drawing. forming or assembling materials. a. trimming.Motor-driven machines fitted with rams or dies for purposes of blanking. power devices ANSWER: b . power press c.

impulse metal working machines c.Consist of hot or cold process machines utilizing energy directly from the prime mover or from mechanical storage device onto a ram. impulse reactive metal control b. impulse machines d. a. metal control machines ANSWER: b .

Type of lubrication where oil is applied periodically with a brush or spout can. Type IV Oil Stream Lubrication ANSWER: a . Type I Manual Lubrication b. Type II Drip Lubrication c. Disc Lubrication d. a.

flywheel and gears d. joints c.none of the above ANSWER: a . collars and couplings b.These shall be cylindrical and no screws or bolts project beyond largest periphery. a.

pump d. generator b.A Prime mover consisting of fixed and moving blades or vanes which direct harness energy from flowing fluids and converts it to mechanical energy. a. electric motor c. turbine ANSWER: d .

extension rod ANSWER: c . compressor cylinder or pump cylinder. head box c. tail extension b. a.The extension of piston rod passing through a stuffing box in the outside head of an engine cylinder. tail rod d.

gas. driven unit ANSWER: c . liquid. prime mover d. a. air. electricity or gaseous fuel.An engine or motor operated by steam. process machine c. operator b. liquids in motion or other forms of energy and whose main function is to drive or operate.

This is normally a prime mover utilizing magnetic energy from flowing electric currents to produce mechanical energy. generator b. electric motor c . turbine ANSWER: b . a. pump d.

relay ANSWER: d . controller c. programmable logic controller (PLC) light b. it is a device whose function is to pass on information in an unchanged form or in some modified form a.In instrumentation. pilot d.

intraforming b. swaging c. infiltration d. a.In manufacturing. Hobbing ANSWER: d . process of making molds for the plastic and die casting industries.

yellow b. orange d. Red ANSWER: c . a.Pipe color for acetylene. green c.

A boom type mobile crane mounted on endless tracks or thread belts. locomotive crane d. a. crawler crane ANSWER: d . jib crane c. gantry crane b.

work rooms (referring to maintenance shop and machine room) shall be at least _______ height from floor to ceiling. 3 000 mm b.For commercial and industrial buildings. 5 000 mm d. a. 4 000 mm ANSWER: a . 2 000 mm c.

The highest stress. Endurance Strength b. Proportional Limit ANSWER: b . Endurance limit c. in pounds per square inch that can be repeated indefinitely without failure of the spring. Elastic Limit d. or range of stress. a.

Expansion d.A multi-piece joint with cup shaped threaded nuts which. Compression ANSWER: d . compressed tapered sleeves so that they form joint on periphery of the tubing they connect. when tightened. a. Butt Weld c. Arc Weld b.

Average Service d.Severe Service b.Extra Light Service ANSWER: b .Light Service c.This spring service is for 1.000 deflections. a.000 to 10.

Oil-Tempered HB Grade d.Oil-Tempered MB Grade c. a.Music Wire b.Hard-Drawn MB Grade ANSWER: a .This is the most widely used of all spring materials for small springs operating at temperatures up to about 250F.

Modulus of elasticity ANSWER: b . slenderness ratio c. strain d. Poisson's ratio b.The ratio of length l of the column in inches divided by the least radius of gyration r of the cross-section. a.

Thermal Fatigue b. a. Surface or Contact Fatigue d. Creep ANSWER: a .When strain cycling is produced by a fluctuating temperature field. Corrosion Fatigue c. the failure process is termed _____.

a. Utimate Strength d.The maximum stress that can be applied without permanent deformation of the test specimen.Yield Strength b. Rupture strength ANSWER: a . Yield Point c.

strain d. unit stress c. Poisson's ratio ANSWER: d . a.The ratio of lateral strain to longitudinal strain for a given material subjected to uniform longitudinal stresses within the proportional limit. Young's modulus of elasticity b.

The amount by which a dimension of a body changes when the body is subjected to a load. divided by the original value of the dimension. stress b. modulus of resilience c. unit strain d. modulus of elasticity ANSWER: c . a.

Extra Flexible Hoisting Rope c.Standard Hoisting Rope b. Special Flexible Hoisting Rope ANSWER: d .8 X 19 class of wire rope is also known as a.Standard Coarse Laid Rope d.

d. wires per strand. diameter of each strand (in mm) c.In a wire rope designation 6 X 7. nominal diameter of the wire rope (in mm) b. the first number stand for a. number of strands ANSWER: d .

the wires and strands are laid in the same direction. regular lay b. lang lay d. a. double lay ANSWER: c .In ______. alternate lay c.

similarly.The direction of the helical path in which the strands are laid and. a. Strand Construction c. stranding d. the lay of a strand is the direction of the helical path in which the wires are laid. none of the above ANSWER: a . lay b.

Torsion bars c. Volute springs b.These springs are often used to overcome operating space limitations in various products such as electric switches and relays. a. Belleville d. Flat springs ANSWER: d .

Torsion bars c. Belleville d. a. and the loads and deflections can be increased by stacking the springs. Volute springs b. Flat springs ANSWER: c .These washer type springs can sustain relatively large loads with small deflections.

ferritic ANSWER: c . a.hematite c.martensitic d._______ grades of stainless steel are magnetic and can be hardened by quenching and tempering.austenitic b.

hematite c. a.______ grades of stainless steel are always magnetic and contain chromium but no nickel.ferritic ANSWER: d .austenitic b.martensitic d.

ferritic ANSWER: a .hematite c. although some may become slightly magnetic after cold working a.martensitic d.Type of stainless steel that is nonmagnetic in the annealed condition.austenitic b.

Stainless steels generally contain at least _______ chromium.40% b.10% ANSWER: d .20% d.30% c. with or without other elements. a.

Aside from geographical location and economic considerations. Civil and Electrical ANSWER: c . a. Mechanical and Civil b. this two equipment requirements are extremely important for all modern buildings. Mechanical and Structural c. Mechanical and Electrical d. particularly factories.

6 c. 10 ANSWER: a . 8 d. platforms.All stairs. a. and landings shall be of sufficient strength to sustain safety a live load of not less than 500 kg with a factor of safety of ________. 4 b.

3 to 5 c. 6-8 ANSWER: b . 4 to 6 b. a.Foundation mass should be from ___________ times the weight of the machinery it is supposed to support. 5 to 7 d.

Transmission System ANSWER: a . Motor c. Machine b. a.It consists of fixed and movable parts characteristic to the process or type of operation which it is intended to perform. Gearing System d.

Polar Section Modulus d.The __________. for circular section may be found by dividing the Polar Moment of Inertia. Radial Section Modulus c. Axial Section Modulus b. a. by the distance from the center of gravity to the most remote fiber. Centrifugal Force ANSWER: c .

It may also be called plunger. Ram d. a. slide or mandrel. Cam b. Shaft c.The reciprocating machine part within a cylinder. Crank ANSWER: c .

a. in which the hoisting mechanism is an integral part of the machine. Lifter c.A machine for lifting or lowering a load and moving it horizontally. Cage d. Crane ANSWER: d . Loader b.

and supported overhead. Simple Drum Hoist c.A motor-driven hoist having one or more drums or sheaves for rope or chain. a. Double Drum Hoist ANSWER: d . Overhead Electrical Hoist b. Single Drum Hoist d.

Pillar Crane b. Pintle Crane d. which has the boom attached to a revolving crane mounted on a gantry. with the boom capable of being raised or lowered at its head. Pillar jib crane c. a.A gantry crane without trolley motion. Portal Crane ANSWER: d .

Trolley Suspension Hoist ANSWER: a . Triple Drum Hoist d.A single drum hoist with the drum or gear fixed directly to the power unit instead of by means of friction clutches. Single Drum Hoist c. a. Single Fixed Drum Hoist b.

Radius c. Jib b. Trolley ANSWER: d .It is a truck or carriage on which the hoisting mechanisms is mounted an which travels on an overhead beam. Slewing d. a. or track.

in a cylinder equipped with a plunger or a piston. Hydraulic ANSWER: d . Inclined c. by means of a liquid under pressure. a. Multi-Deck d. Freight b.Power elevator where energy is applied.

a. Scenic b.An elevator used primarily to carry persons other than the operator and persons necessary for loading and unloading. Passenger c. Private Residence ANSWER: b . Pit d.

Hoistway Enclosure Switch ANSWER: a . located at a landing the function of which is to permit operation of the car with the hoistway door at this landing and the car door or gate are open. a. Hoistway Automatic Switch d. Hoistway Access Switch b. Hoistway System Switch c.A switch.

All the structural members platforms. Overhead Structure b. sheaves and equipment at the top of the hoistway. a. Top structure d. supporting the elevator machinery. Above Structure ANSWER: a . etc. Platform Structure c.

Self-Righting ANSWER: a . Safety Device c. Self-Changing d. a. Self-Resetting b.A car or counterweight safety released and reset by movement in the up direction.

Machinery Room b.A specific room in which is permanently installed and operated Refrigerating and Air Conditioning machinery. a. System Room c. Refrigerating Room d. Machine Room ANSWER: a .

Indirect d. Flooded b.A refrigerating system in which only part of the refrigerant passing over the heat transfer separated from the vapor and recirculates. a. Mechanical c. Single-Package ANSWER: a .

This includes paper board and paper stock having a basis weight of 20 lb or greater. Heavy Weight Class d.Heavy Weight Class ANSWER: c . Medium Weight Class c. a. Light Weight Class b. Extra.

Interior d. Exposure ANSWER: d . Combustion c.The exterior presence of combustibles which. a. if ignited. could cause damage to the storage building or its contents. Exterior b.

Fire Personnel ANSWER: a .An organization or a component of the Philippine National Police Fire Department personnel in-charge with the mission of fire prevention. fire protection. Fire Service b. Fire Department c. a. Fire Chief d.

a.It is the science of water at rest. Hydraulics b. Hydrokinetics d. Hydrostatics c. Hydrodynamics ANSWER: b .

Bourdon Gauge b. Piezometer ANSWER: d . a. Pitot Tube d. Manometer c.It is a device set in a pipe to enable a Bourdon gauge or a manometer attached to this device to show or set the normal pressure.

Pressure Head c. Total Discharge Head b. a.It is the measure of energy increase per pound imparted to the liquid by the pump and is therefore the algebraic difference between the total discharge head and the suction lift exists. Net Positive Suction Head ANSWER: c . Total Head d.

Average Water Level d. when the pump is in operation. Critical Water Level ANSWER: b . of the body of water from which it takes suction. a. Static Water Level b. Pumping Water Level c.The level with respect to the pump.

Mixed-Flow d. Volute b. Axial-Flow ANSWER: b . today’s efficiency of both types is about equal. a.It is originally more efficient than volutetype pumps. Diffuser c.

By Layout d. a.Commonly apply to turbo machines and rotary pumps. By Mounting ANSWER: b . By Geometry b. to a lesser extent which describes the basic geometry of the section entry of the pump. By Inlet Geometry c.

By Liquid Handled c. By Drive ANSWER: a . By Operation b. By Material d.Basically is the description of the design duty of the standby pump. a.

Stuffing Box ANSWER: b . a.It gives direction to the flow from the impeller and converts this velocity energy into pressure energy which is usually measured in feet of head. Casing c. Impeller b. Shaft d.

Air Chamber b. a. Silt Sluice ANSWER: a . Foot Valve and Strainer d.Its function is to smoothen the flow due to the nature of flow of the liquid from such type of pump. Pressure Relief Valve c.

Simple Valve ANSWER: a . Check Valve b. Pressure Valve c.A valve design to allow a fluid to pass through in one direction only. a. Gate Valve d.

TIG Weld ANSWER: a . a. MIG Weld d.A joint made by use of a socket weld fitting which has a prepared female end or socket for insertion of the pipe to which it is welded. Socket Weld b. Arc Weld c.

Digital Caliper b.It is a directly reading callipers which are accurate up to thousandth of a centimeter. a. Dial Caliper ANSWER: d . Slide Calipers c. Vernier Calipers d.

Micrometer Calipers b.It consists of a rectangular head graduated in degrees along a semi-circle. Rules ANSWER: b . any angle from 0° to 180° can be set. Planimeter d. with a blade pivoted on the canter pin. a. Protractor c.

Pitch Plane d. a. Tangential Plane c.In a pair of gears it is the plane perpendicular to the axial plane and tangent to the pitch surface. Transverse Plane b. Axial Plane ANSWER: c .

A plane normal to the tooth surfaces at a point of contact. Normal Plane b. Transverse Plane c. a. Axial Plane d. and perpendicular to the pitch plane. Tangential Plane ANSWER: a .

Cold Drawing d.It is used primarily to produced tin walled hollow containers from thermoplastic resin. Blow Molding b. Electro-Forming ANSWER: a . Brazing c. a.

An arc struck between two tungsten electrodes into which a jet of hydrogen is directed. Atomic Hydrogen Welding d. a. Electro-Beam Welding ANSWER: c . Electric-Arc Welding c. Gas Welding b.

Alcohol d. Kerosene c. a.It is defined as a refined petroleum naphtha which by its composition is suitable for use as a carburetant in internal combustion engines. Liquefied Petroleum Gas ANSWER: a . Gasoline b.

A general term for a device that receives information in the form of one or more physical quantities. Transmitter c. if required. and produces a resultant output signal. Transducer b. Switch ANSWER: a . modifies the information and/or its form. a. Sensor d.

Control Valve c. Identification ANSWER: c . a. Loop d.A combination of two or more instruments or control function arranged so that signal pass from one to another for the purpose of measurement and/or control of a process variable. Relay b.

a. Relay b. Loop d. Identification ANSWER: a . Control Valve c.A device whose functions is to pass on information in an unchanged form or in some modified form.

a. Reactor Furnace c.This type of furnace ha s a box or ovenshaped heating chamber. Pit Type Furnace d. Salt Bath Electrode Furnace ANSWER: a . Oven Furnace b.

This is done in presses rather than with hammer. The products are known as drop forging closed-die forging or impression die forging. a. Press Forging d. Hammer Forging b. Upset Forging ANSWER: c . Drop Forging c.

Arc of Recess d. a.Arc of the circle through which a tooth travel from the point of contact with the mating tooth to the pitch. Arc of Approach c. Arc of Contact ANSWER: b . Arc of Action b.

Outside Micrometer b. a. Blade-Type Micrometers d. Direct-Reading Micrometers c.Are read directly in thousandths from figures appearing in small windows on the barrel of the micrometer. Quick-Adjusting Micrometers ANSWER: b .

Shaper d. Drill Press c.A machine tool used mainly for producing holes in metal. Planer ANSWER: b . a. Lathe b.

a. Check Valve b. often wedgeshaped.A valve employing a gate. Globe Valve ANSWER: c . Pressure Valve c. Gate Valve d. allowing fluid to flow when the gate is lifted from the seat.

Manifold ANSWER: d . Header b. Cross-Over d. Footer c. a.A fitting with a number of branches in line connecting o smaller pipes.

vanes. cams. Deep-Well ANSWER: c . plungers or similar elements actuated by rotation of the drive shaft. Rotary d. screws. Reciprocating c. a.A positive displacement pump consists of a fixed casing containing gears. Centrifugal b.

Hydrostatics c. a.It is generally associated with the science of the force exerted by water in motion. such as driving a turbine connected to an electric generator. Hydrodynamics ANSWER: d . Hydrokinetics d. Hydraulics b.

a. Must ANSWER: b . Approved d. Shall b. It Is Recommended c.This word is intended to indicate requirements.

All Refrigerating Capacities shall be expressed in kilowatts (kW). For 1 Ton of Refrigeration (TR), this would be equal to ________ kilowatts.
a. 3.517 b. 2.78 c. 1.055 d. .746

ANSWER: a

A refrigerating system in which the pressure-imposing element is mechanically operated.
a. Central Point b. Chilled Water c. Compression d. Direct Expansion ANSWER: c

An empirically determined index, which combines into a single value, the effect of temperature, humidity and air movement on the sensation of warmth or cold felt by the human body. a. Striking Temperature b. Effective Temperature c. Normal Temperature d. Design Temperature
ANSWER: b

A boiler or unfired pressure vessel that has been inspected and declared unsafe to operate or disqualified, stamped and marked indicating its rejection by qualified inspecting authority. a. Sub-Standard Boiler b. Condemned Boiler c. Rejected Boiler d. Under-Standard Boiler

ANSWER: b

A device installed on an elevator or counterweight to equalize automatically the tensions in the tension wire rope.
a. Transmission b. Shock Absorber c. Suspension d. Chassis ANSWER: c

The limited distance above or below an elevation or material lift landing with which the levelling device is permitted to cause movement of the car toward the landing.

a. Landing Zone b. Levelling Zone c. Control Zone d. Extending Zone
ANSWER: b

The ratio of ultimate strength to the working tress of a member under maximum static loading, unless otherwise specified in a particular rule.
a. Bulk Modulus of Elasticity b. Shear Modulus of Elasticity c. Factor of Safety d. Load Index

ANSWER: c

A hoist way door or car door gate which is opened and closed by means of motor or other mechanical system utilizing some motive power other than gravity, spring or manual operation. a. Bi-Parting b. Manually Operated c. Power Operated d. Self-Closing
ANSWER: c

A single drum hoist having three independent hoisting drums. a. Single Fixed Drum Hoist b. Single Drum Hoist c. Triple Drum Hoist d. Trolley Suspension Hoist
ANSWER: c

Electric Brake ANSWER: d . Regenerative Brake c. a. counter-torque. Dynamic Brake d. or dynamic means.An electric motor acting as a brake by regenerative. Clutch Brake b.

Ram Enclosure b. a.A type of Hand Fed device wherein the arrangement requires the simultaneous and continuous action of both hands to actuate the press. Two Handed Trip Device ANSWER: d . Fixed Guard Across Front and Along Sides d. Limited Ram Travel c.

trimming.It is a motor-driven machines fitted with rams or dies for purposes of blanking. a. Electric Press c. Motor Press b. punching. stamping. drawing. forming or assembling materials. Power Press d. Pneumatic Press ANSWER: c .

should not be less than _____ times the larger Sprocket. a. ½ b. 2 c. as a general rule. 1 d. 1 ½ ANSWER: d .The center to center distance between sprockets.

have thicker link plates than those of regular standard. Heavy Series d. Extra-Heavy Series ANSWER: c . Medium Series c.These chains. a. Light Series b. made in 3/4-inch and larger pitches.

four ANSWER: b .The Sheave should be rotated at least __________ revolutions to seat the belt properly in the sheaves grooves and to equally divide the total tension between the two strands of the belt. a. three d. one b. two c.

Stairways ANSWER: a .__________ should not be located under the eaves of buildings where there may become slippery. Walkways b. Fire Exit c. Lobby d. a.

Tensioner d. Idler c. Anti-Slack Device b. Spring ANSWER: b . this device may be advisable to use for taking up the slack. a.When sprockets have a fixed center distance or are non-adjustable.

Mechanical Feed d. a.A feed of such character that the services of an operator are not required except at intervals to restock the feeding device or magazine. Hand Fed c. Semi-Automatic Feed ANSWER: a . Automatic Feed b.

a. Coupling Guards b.This are pairs or groups of guards which may mesh together to form an enclosure around the point of operation during machine operation. Flange Coupling d. Chain Guards ANSWER: a . Machine Guard c.

Flume ANSWER: b . Loop b. or vertical member.A timber or metal section or strut which is pivoted or hinged at the heel at a fixed point on a frame. a. mast. Boom c. Babbitt d.

Hook Suspension Hoist d. except it has a base or feet and may be mounted overhead. Base Mounted Electric Hoist b. a. Clevis Suspension Hoist c. o in any position for which it is designed.A hoist similar to an overhead electric hoist. on a vertical plane. Monorail Hoist ANSWER: a .

Radius c. Trolley ANSWER: a . a. Slewing d.An extension added to the head of a boom for increasing the reach. Jib b.

Brake b. Clutch c. Flywheel ANSWER: c . designed to stop a descending or falling car or counterweight beyond its allowable lower limit of travel by absorbing the energy or impact of descent. a.A device other than a buffer. Bumper d.

Cycle b. acceleration speed. a. direction of motion. stopping. Control System d. and retardation of moving number. Post System ANSWER: b . Control c.The system governing the starting.

Inclined c. Multi-Deck d. Freight b.An elevator which travels at an angle of inclination of 70° or less from the horizontal. Hydraulic ANSWER: b . a.

A power passenger elevator which is limited in size. capacity. a. Private Residence ANSWER: d . and is installed in private residence or in a multiple dwelling as a means of access to a private residence. rise. Pit d. Passenger c. Scenic b. and speed.

An elevator designed to permit exterior viewing by passengers while the car is travelling. Pit d. Passenger c. Scenic b. Private Residence ANSWER: a . a.

a. Hoistway Enclosure ANSWER: a . Hoistway Single b. Hoistway Shaft c.A hoisture (shaft) where normal landing entrances are not provided. Hoistway Blind d.

a.A geared-driven machine in which the suspension ropes are fastened to and which on a drum. Geared-Drive Machine c. Winding-Drum Machine b. Gearless-Traction Machine ANSWER: a . Traction Machine d.

Signal Light d. Elevator Car Constraint b. Elevator Car Flush ANSWER: b . Slack-Rope Switch c.A device which automatically causes the electric power to be removed from the elevator driving machine and brake when the suspension ropes of a winding-drum machine become slack. a.

External Checking d. accessories and/or component even a boiler or unfired pressure vessel is in operation.An inspection made on the external parts. External Maintenance b. a. External Inspection c. External Preventive Maintenance ANSWER: b .

without the application of mechanical pressure or blows. Fusion Welding ANSWER: d . a. TIG Welding d. Arc welding b.A process of welding metals in a molten and vaporous state. MIG Welding c.

Working Pressure d. Rated Working Pressure ANSWER: a . Design Operation Pressure c.It is the maximum allowable working pressure for which a vessel is designed. Design Working Pressure b. a.

Single-Package c. Steam-Jet Vacuum d. a. Multiple b. Vapor ANSWER: d .A refrigerating system employing a condensable vapor as refrigerant.

A device that will automatically rupture at a predetermined pressure. a. Stop Valve ANSWER: c . Rupture Member d. Mechanical Joint c. Pressure Limiting Device b.

This term designates commodity storage devices such as shelves. decks. trays. Material Aids ANSWER: a . separator and skids. dunnage. pallets. Storage Aids b. Commodity Aids d. Stack Aids c. a. bins. platforms.

Their primary application for tools used for the working of metals at high cutting speed. a. High Carbon Tool Steels c. High Speed Tool Steels b. Forged Steels d. High Speed Steels ANSWER: a .

Pit Type Furnace d.This is a vertical furnace arrange for the loading of parts in a metal basket. Salt Bath Electrode Furnace ANSWER: c . Reactor Furnace c. a. Oven Furnace b.

Panel d. Signal b. Balloon ANSWER: b . Alarm c. intended. to attract attention.A device or function that signals the existence of an abnormal condition by means of audible or visible discrete change. a. or both.

Radio d. a. Converter b. Signal Controller ANSWER: a . Capacitor c.A device that receives information in one form of an instrument signal and transmits an output signal in another form.

hand actuated ON-OFF valve or self-actuated check valve. other than a common.A device. Control Valve c. Loop d. a. Identification ANSWER: b . that directly manipulated the flow of one or more fluid process streams. Relay b.

Cetane Number d. Volatility c.The percentage of cetane used in the mixture. Viscosity b. a. Carbon Residue ANSWER: c .

Salt Bath Electrode Furnace ANSWER: d .In this type of electric furnace. a. Reactor Furnace c. Oven Furnace b. heating is accomplished by means of electrodes suspended directly in the salt bath. Pit Type Furnace d.

Viscosity b. a. Volatility c. Carbon Residue ANSWER: b . Cetane Number d. sometimes as temperature at which successive 10% increments of the fuel are distilled.It measures vaporizing tendencies and is usually expressed in distillation-range temperatures.

Carbon Residue ANSWER: a . Cetane Number d.It is the measure of resistance to flow. a. Viscosity b. Volatility c.

Water and Sediment d. Pour Point c. a. Ash ANSWER: a . Flash Point b.It is the temperature to which oil must be heated to give off sufficient vapor to form an inflammable mixture with air.

Flash Point b. a.It is the lowest temperature at which oil will flow under prescribed conditions. Water and Sediment d. Ash ANSWER: b . Pour Point c.

Fixed-mouthed or retractable water resistant enclosures covering the vicinity of the point operation or danger zone and designed to contain or direct spills. water splash guards c. fire explosion doors ANSWER: b . explosion guards d. a. hood guards b.

Electro-Beam Welding ANSWER: a . Gas Welding b. a.The process in which gases are used in combination to obtain a hot flame. Atomic Hydrogen Welding d. Electric-Arc Welding c.

Solid b. Semi-Solid c. a.Briquets is a _________ type of fuel. Liquid d. Gas ANSWER: a .

a. Electro-Beam Welding ANSWER: d . Electric-Arc Welding c. Atomic Hydrogen Welding d.A work piece contained in an executed chamber is bombarded by a beam of electrons from an electron gun at voltages between 0. Gas Welding b.5 KV and 100 KV.

Metallizing d. Magnetic Forming ANSWER: b .A process of finishing various materials for either safety. operational or aesthetic appearances. Galvanizing b. Grinding c. a.

Electro-Forming ANSWER: c . Cold Drawing d. Brazing c.Heating of metal below its recrystallization temperature. Blow Molding b. a.

Metal Spinning d. Interferometry b. Intraforming c. Swaging ANSWER: b . a.A process in which metal is squeezed at a pressure of about 300 tons or less into a die or a mandrel to produce an internal configuration.

a.This are precision-measuring instrument used in determining the outside measurements. Direct-Reading Micrometers c. Blade-Type Micrometers d. Outside Micrometer b. Quick-Adjusting Micrometers ANSWER: a .

a.A measuring instrument which can be used for taking both inside and outside measurement of a giving object. Vernier Calipers d. Digital Caliper b. Dial Caliper ANSWER: c . Slide Calipers c.

Sensitivity ANSWER: a . Correctness b. a. Tolerance c. Standard d.It is the degree of conformity of a measured or calculated value to some recognized standard or specific value.

Accuracy ANSWER: c .It is the susceptibility of a measuring device to having its indication converted to a meaningful number. a. Readability d. Allowance c. Precision b.

a. Correctness b.It is the ability of the measuring device to detect small differences in a quality being measured. Sensitivity ANSWER: d . Tolerance c. Standard d.

a. Contour Flange ANSWER: b . Saddle Flange b.A flange screwed on the pipe which it is connecting to an adjoining pipe. Socket Flange d. Screwed Flange c.

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