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IS 13380 (1992): Forestry Tools - Hole Punch, Bow Saw


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IS 13380:1992
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( Reaffirmed 2002 )

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Indian Standard
FORESTRY TOOLS - HOLE PUNCH, BOW SAW
BLADES - SPECIFICATION

UDC 6303 : 621.9302

@ BIS 1992

BUREAU
MANAK
September 1992

OF
BHAVAN,

INDIAN

STANDARDS

9 BAHADUR
SHAH
NEW DELHI 110002

ZAFAR

MARG
Price Group

Forestry and Plantation

Crops Machinery

Sectional Committee, FAD 40

FOREWORD
This Indian Indian Standard was adopted by the Bureau of Indian Standards, after the draft finalized
by the Forestry and Plantation Crops Machinery Sectional Committee had been approved by the
Food and Agriculture Division Council.
Hole punches are used for punching holes in bow saw blades which have lost tension in the frames
while in use. The positioning of new holes shall be done in such a way on the blade that this gives
proper tension while fitting the blade in the frame,
The bow saw blade is fixed between the two plates which are tightened with fly nuts. Then the punch
is hit with a hammer to make the desired hole in the bow saw blade. Considering the increased use
of hole punches in the country, a need was felt to prepare this standard for helping in quality
production of this tool.
In the preparation of this standard assistance has been derived from the Forest
Forest Research Institute ( ICFRE ), Dehradun.

Operations Division,

For the purpose of deciding whether a particular requirement of this standard is complied with, the
final value, observed or calculated, expressing the result of a test or ana!ysis, shall be rounded ofl in
accordance with IS 2 : 1960 Rules for rounding off numerical values ( revised ). The number of
significant places retained in the rounded off value should be the same as that of the specified value in
this ,standard.

IS 13380:1992

Indian Standard

HOLEPUNCH,BOWSAW
FORESTRYTOOLSBLADES-SPECIFICATION
6.2 All sharp corners shall be rounded
avoid while handling.

1 SCOPE
This standard specifies the materials, dimensions
and other requirements for hole punches for Bow
saw blades as per IS I 125 1 : 1987.
2 REFERENCES
The Indian standards listed in Annex
necessary adjuncts to this standard.

The hole punches shall be designated by its name


and the number of this Indian Standard as:

8 MARKING
Each hole punch shall be marked as follows:

Various components of hole punches


made from the materials given below:

shall be

Material

Component

Other components
( base plates, studs,
flynuts, etc )

7 DESIGNATION

Hole Punch for Bow Saw Blades, IS 13380

A are

3 MATERiALS

Punch

off to

a) Manufacturers
mark;

name and recoganised trade

b) Model number; and

High carbon steel


( see Grade 6 of designation
8OC6 of IS 2507 : 1975 )

8.1.1 StaNdLzrd Marking

Mild steel
(seeIS 226: 1975)

Hole punch may


t andard Mark.

c) Batch, code or serial number.

also

be marked

with the

9 PACKING

3.1 The tip of the punch shall have a hardness of


50 _t 2 HRC, when measured in accordance with
IS 1586 : 1988.

Each punch shall be suitably packed


damage in handling and transit.

4 SHAPE AND DIMENSIONS

10 SAMPLING

The dimensions shall be as given in Fig. 1.

In order to ascertain the conformity of the lot,


the procedure for sampling inspection as given in
IS 2500 ( Part 1 ) : 1983 shall be followed. The
inspection level and AQL for various characteristics shall be according to 10.1and 10.2.

4.1 The tolerances for various dimensions shall


be of coarse class specified in IS 2102 ( Part 1 ) :
1980.
5 OTHER REQUIREMENTS

10.1 For dimensions, workmanship and finish, a


single sampling plan with inspection level IV and
AQL of 4 percent given in Tables 1 and 2 of
IS 2500 ( Part 1 ) : 1983 shall be followed.

The hole punch shall not stick in the hole of


bow saw blade after punching.
6 WORKMANSHIP

to avoid

AND FINISH

10.2 For hardness and other requirements


a
single sampling plan with inspection level II and
AQL of 4 percent as given in Tables 1 and 2 of
IS 2500 ( Part 1 ) : 1983 shall be followed.

6.1 The punches shall be free from defects, such as


&aI;scracks, rust, burrs, and other manufacturing

Ii

PUNCH

ASSEHBLV

All dimensions

FIG 1 HOLE

in millimetres,

SAW BLADE

Bow

PUNCH,

ANNEX A
( Clause 2 )
LIST OF REFERRED INDIAN STANDARDS

IS No.
IS 1586 : 1988

IS No.

Title

Rockwell
Method
for
hardness test for metallic
material ( Scales A-B-C-D( second
E-F-G-H-K )

revision >

revision >

226 : 1975

Specification for
steel
( standard
(first

2102
(Part

1 ) : 1980

revision )

Title

angular dimensions ( second

2500
( Part 1 ) : 1983

Sampling inspection tables :


Inspection
by
Part 1
attributes and by count of
defects (first revision )

2507 : 1975

Specification
strips
for

for rolled steel


springs ( Jipst

Specification
blades

fqr bow

structural
quality )

for
tolerances
General
dimensions and form and
position : Part 1 General
tolerances for linear and

revision )

11251 : 1987
2

saw

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Act,

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