Print Reading for IndustryClass334DateNameIndustry Print Exercise 16-1Refer to the print PR 16-1 and answer the questions below.1. How many assemblies are described by this one assembly drawing?2. Each assembly described by this drawing uses one of two subassemblies, eitheror part numberpart number3. What one part number is common to all of the assemblies described by this drawing?4. How many different BODY options are there with respect to this drawing?5. How will the date code be applied to the assembly?6. What is the find number of the part that is adjusted to set the spring compression?7. What is the basic height of this assembly as shown in the section view?8. What process is to be performed just prior to assembly?9. Is the main spring shown as a section?Review questions based on previous units:10. What paper size is the original version of this print?11. Who checked this drawing?12. What does it mean that the .875 HEX dimension value is in parentheses?13. What is the scale of the views on the original drawing?,14. In what month was this drawing issued?15. Are there any cutting-plane lines shown in this drawing?Copyright Goodheart-Willcox Co., 335Assembly DrawingsUnit 16wwwPrint supplied by RegO Cryo-Flow ProductPR 16-1. PRV Blank.Copyright Goodheart-Willcox Co., Inc.NOTES:1. CAUTION: SPRING MATERIAL MUST BESTAINLESS STEEL.2. DRAWING SHOWS SPRING GUIDE ASSEMBLYPRV250-4.3. THIS DISTANCE IS REQUIRED FOR SPRINGCOMPRESSION, AND SEAT'S COMPRESSIONSET REMOVAL.4. DRAWING SHOWS BODY PRV375-1,WITH WEEP HOLE.5. CLEAN ITEMS 1-4 PER B-11550-400COL 1COL 2COL 3COL 4COL 5RANGE(PSIG)SPRING GUIDEASSEMBLYASSEMBLYSPRINGBODYBX250-025BX250-065BX250-115BX250-180PRV9433F-A10-39PRV250-10PRV375-1PRV9433F-B40-89PRV250-10PRV375-1(.875 HEX)PRV9433F-C90-139PRV250-10PRV375-1140-199JUST PRIOR TO ASSEMBLY.6. STORE CLEANED ITEMS IN CLEAN, SEALEDCONTAINERS IN THE CLEAN ROOM.PRV9433T-DPRV250-4PRV375-1PRV9433T-EPRV9433T-FPRV9433T-GBX250-260BX250-340BX250-420BX250-500BX250-025BX250-065BX250-115BX250-180BX250-26066-00M200-299PRV250-4PRV375-1300-379PRV250-4PRV375-380-459PRV250-4PRV375-1PRV9433T-H460-550PRV250-4PRV375-1PRV9433FP-A10-39PRV250-10PRV375P-1PRV9433FP-B40-89PRV250-10PRV375P-1PRV9433FP-C90-139PRV250-10PRV375P-10(SEE NOTE 3)PRV9433TP-D140-199PRV250-4PRV375P-1STAMPING INFORMATIONPRV9433TP -EPRV250-4PRV375P-1BX250-340BX250-420BX250-500PRESSUREPRV9433TP-F300-379PRV250-4PRV375P-1(F, T, FP, OR TP)SETTING IN PSIREGO PRV9433 PSC BAR CPRV9433TP-G380-459PRV250-4PRV375P-1PRV9433TP-H460-550PRV250-4PRV375P-1DATE CODEEQUIVALENT PRESSURESETTING IN BAR1 ADJUSTING SCREWPRV250-33SPRINGSEE COL 3(2.625)2SPRING GUIDE ASSEMBLYSEE COL 43BODYSEE COL 5ITEM QTY.DESCRIPTIONNUMBERDRAWNENGINEERT. TICKLEREGO CRYO-FLOW PRODUCTSJ. OLSENCHECKEDAPPROVEDD. WILLIAMSJ. OLSENBURLINGTON, N.C. 27215THIS DRAWING IS ECII PROPRIETARY INFORMATIONALL RIGHTS OF DESIGN OR INVENTION ARE RESERVEDORIGINAL DATEPLOT GENERATED:05/2508/02UNLESSOTHERWISE SPECIFIED:t .0152 PL DEC. .023 PL DEC. t 005REVISIONSTITLEA206, 05/25ISSUEDANGLES00 30PRV BLANKCONCENTRICITY .010 FIMFINISH 125 MAXREMOVE BURRS, BREAKSHARP EDGES R.015 MAXINTERPRET DIMENSIONS&TOLERANCESAWASME Y14.5M-1994DRAWING NO.PRVO09433XX-XBSCALE-CHANGES-GAGES(2:1)

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Print Reading for Industry
Class
334
Date
Name
Industry Print Exercise 16-1
Refer to the print PR 16-1 and answer the questions below.
1. How many assemblies are described by this one assembly drawing?
2. Each assembly described by this drawing uses one of two subassemblies, either
or part number
part number
3. What one part number is common to all of the assemblies described by this drawing?
4. How many different BODY options are there with respect to this drawing?
5. How will the date code be applied to the assembly?
6. What is the find number of the part that is adjusted to set the spring compression?
7. What is the basic height of this assembly as shown in the section view?
8. What process is to be performed just prior to assembly?
9. Is the main spring shown as a section?
Review questions based on previous units:
10. What paper size is the original version of this print?
11. Who checked this drawing?
12. What does it mean that the .875 HEX dimension value is in parentheses?
13. What is the scale of the views on the original drawing?,
14. In what month was this drawing issued?
15. Are there any cutting-plane lines shown in this drawing?
Copyright Goodheart-Willcox Co.,
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Print Reading for Industry Class 334 Date Name Industry Print Exercise 16-1 Refer to the print PR 16-1 and answer the questions below. 1. How many assemblies are described by this one assembly drawing? 2. Each assembly described by this drawing uses one of two subassemblies, either or part number part number 3. What one part number is common to all of the assemblies described by this drawing? 4. How many different BODY options are there with respect to this drawing? 5. How will the date code be applied to the assembly? 6. What is the find number of the part that is adjusted to set the spring compression? 7. What is the basic height of this assembly as shown in the section view? 8. What process is to be performed just prior to assembly? 9. Is the main spring shown as a section? Review questions based on previous units: 10. What paper size is the original version of this print? 11. Who checked this drawing? 12. What does it mean that the .875 HEX dimension value is in parentheses? 13. What is the scale of the views on the original drawing?, 14. In what month was this drawing issued? 15. Are there any cutting-plane lines shown in this drawing? Copyright Goodheart-Willcox Co.,

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335
Assembly Drawings
Unit 16
www
Print supplied by RegO Cryo-Flow Product
PR 16-1. PRV Blank.
Copyright Goodheart-Willcox Co., Inc.
NOTES:
1. CAUTION: SPRING MATERIAL MUST BE
STAINLESS STEEL.
2. DRAWING SHOWS SPRING GUIDE ASSEMBLY
PRV250-4.
3. THIS DISTANCE IS REQUIRED FOR SPRING
COMPRESSION, AND SEAT'S COMPRESSION
SET REMOVAL.
4. DRAWING SHOWS BODY PRV375-1,
WITH WEEP HOLE.
5. CLEAN ITEMS 1-4 PER B-11550-400
COL 1
COL 2
COL 3
COL 4
COL 5
RANGE
(PSIG)
SPRING GUIDE
ASSEMBLY
ASSEMBLY
SPRING
BODY
BX250-025
BX250-065
BX250-115
BX250-180
PRV9433F-A
10-39
PRV250-10
PRV375-1
PRV9433F-B
40-89
PRV250-10
PRV375-1
(.875 HEX)
PRV9433F-C
90-139
PRV250-10
PRV375-1
140-199
JUST PRIOR TO ASSEMBLY.
6. STORE CLEANED ITEMS IN CLEAN, SEALED
CONTAINERS IN THE CLEAN ROOM.
PRV9433T-D
PRV250-4
PRV375-1
PRV9433T-E
PRV9433T-F
PRV9433T-G
BX250-260
BX250-340
BX250-420
BX250-500
BX250-025
BX250-065
BX250-115
BX250-180
BX250-260
66-00M
200-299
PRV250-4
PRV375-1
300-379
PRV250-4
PRV375-
380-459
PRV250-4
PRV375-1
PRV9433T-H
460-550
PRV250-4
PRV375-1
PRV9433FP-A
10-39
PRV250-10
PRV375P-1
PRV9433FP-B
40-89
PRV250-10
PRV375P-1
PRV9433FP-C
90-139
PRV250-10
PRV375P-1
0
(SEE NOTE 3)
PRV9433TP-D
140-199
PRV250-4
PRV375P-1
STAMPING INFORMATION
PRV9433TP -E
PRV250-4
PRV375P-1
BX250-340
BX250-420
BX250-500
PRESSURE
PRV9433TP-F
300-379
PRV250-4
PRV375P-1
(F, T, FP, OR TP)SETTING IN PSI
REGO PRV9433 PS
C BAR C
PRV9433TP-G
380-459
PRV250-4
PRV375P-1
PRV9433TP-H
460-550
PRV250-4
PRV375P-1
DATE CODE
EQUIVALENT PRESSURE
SETTING IN BAR
1 ADJUSTING SCREW
PRV250-3
3
SPRING
SEE COL 3
(2.625)
2
SPRING GUIDE ASSEMBLY
SEE COL 4
3
BODY
SEE COL 5
ITEM QTY.
DESCRIPTION
NUMBER
DRAWN
ENGINEER
T. TICKLE
REGO CRYO-FLOW PRODUCTS
J. OLSEN
CHECKED
APPROVED
D. WILLIAMS
J. OLSEN
BURLINGTON, N.C. 27215
THIS DRAWING IS ECII PROPRIETARY INFORMATION
ALL RIGHTS OF DESIGN OR INVENTION ARE RESERVED
ORIGINAL DATE
PLOT GENERATED:
05/25
08/02
UNLESS
OTHERWISE SPECIFIED:
t .015
2 PL DEC. .02
3 PL DEC. t 005
REVISIONS
TITLE
A206, 05/25
ISSUED
ANGLES
00 30
PRV BLANK
CONCENTRICITY .010 FIM
FINISH 125 MAX
REMOVE BURRS, BREAK
SHARP EDGES R.015 MAX
INTERPRET DIMENSIONS&
TOLERANCESAW
ASME Y14.5M-1994
DRAWING NO.
PRVO09433XX-XB
SCALE
-CHANGES
-GAGES
(2:1)
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335 Assembly Drawings Unit 16 www Print supplied by RegO Cryo-Flow Product PR 16-1. PRV Blank. Copyright Goodheart-Willcox Co., Inc. NOTES: 1. CAUTION: SPRING MATERIAL MUST BE STAINLESS STEEL. 2. DRAWING SHOWS SPRING GUIDE ASSEMBLY PRV250-4. 3. THIS DISTANCE IS REQUIRED FOR SPRING COMPRESSION, AND SEAT'S COMPRESSION SET REMOVAL. 4. DRAWING SHOWS BODY PRV375-1, WITH WEEP HOLE. 5. CLEAN ITEMS 1-4 PER B-11550-400 COL 1 COL 2 COL 3 COL 4 COL 5 RANGE (PSIG) SPRING GUIDE ASSEMBLY ASSEMBLY SPRING BODY BX250-025 BX250-065 BX250-115 BX250-180 PRV9433F-A 10-39 PRV250-10 PRV375-1 PRV9433F-B 40-89 PRV250-10 PRV375-1 (.875 HEX) PRV9433F-C 90-139 PRV250-10 PRV375-1 140-199 JUST PRIOR TO ASSEMBLY. 6. STORE CLEANED ITEMS IN CLEAN, SEALED CONTAINERS IN THE CLEAN ROOM. PRV9433T-D PRV250-4 PRV375-1 PRV9433T-E PRV9433T-F PRV9433T-G BX250-260 BX250-340 BX250-420 BX250-500 BX250-025 BX250-065 BX250-115 BX250-180 BX250-260 66-00M 200-299 PRV250-4 PRV375-1 300-379 PRV250-4 PRV375- 380-459 PRV250-4 PRV375-1 PRV9433T-H 460-550 PRV250-4 PRV375-1 PRV9433FP-A 10-39 PRV250-10 PRV375P-1 PRV9433FP-B 40-89 PRV250-10 PRV375P-1 PRV9433FP-C 90-139 PRV250-10 PRV375P-1 0 (SEE NOTE 3) PRV9433TP-D 140-199 PRV250-4 PRV375P-1 STAMPING INFORMATION PRV9433TP -E PRV250-4 PRV375P-1 BX250-340 BX250-420 BX250-500 PRESSURE PRV9433TP-F 300-379 PRV250-4 PRV375P-1 (F, T, FP, OR TP)SETTING IN PSI REGO PRV9433 PS C BAR C PRV9433TP-G 380-459 PRV250-4 PRV375P-1 PRV9433TP-H 460-550 PRV250-4 PRV375P-1 DATE CODE EQUIVALENT PRESSURE SETTING IN BAR 1 ADJUSTING SCREW PRV250-3 3 SPRING SEE COL 3 (2.625) 2 SPRING GUIDE ASSEMBLY SEE COL 4 3 BODY SEE COL 5 ITEM QTY. DESCRIPTION NUMBER DRAWN ENGINEER T. TICKLE REGO CRYO-FLOW PRODUCTS J. OLSEN CHECKED APPROVED D. WILLIAMS J. OLSEN BURLINGTON, N.C. 27215 THIS DRAWING IS ECII PROPRIETARY INFORMATION ALL RIGHTS OF DESIGN OR INVENTION ARE RESERVED ORIGINAL DATE PLOT GENERATED: 05/25 08/02 UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED: t .015 2 PL DEC. .02 3 PL DEC. t 005 REVISIONS TITLE A206, 05/25 ISSUED ANGLES 00 30 PRV BLANK CONCENTRICITY .010 FIM FINISH 125 MAX REMOVE BURRS, BREAK SHARP EDGES R.015 MAX INTERPRET DIMENSIONS& TOLERANCESAW ASME Y14.5M-1994 DRAWING NO. PRVO09433XX-XB SCALE -CHANGES -GAGES (2:1)

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