Safety must be considered a basic factor in machinery operation
at all times. Most accidents are the result of carelessness or
negligence. All rotating power transmission products are potentially
dangerous and must be guarded by the contractor, installer, purchaser,
owner, and user as required by applicable laws, regulations, standards,
and good safety practice. Additional specific information must
be obtained from other sources including the latest editions of
American Society of Mechanical Engineers; Standard A.N.S.I. B15.1.
A copy of this standard may be obtained from the American Society
of Mechanical Engineers at 345 East 47th Street, New York, NY 10017
It is the
responsibility of the contractor, installer, purchaser, owner,
and user to install,
maintain, and operate the parts or
components manufactured and supplied by Martin Sprocket & Gear,
Inc., in such a manner as to comply with the Williams-Steiger Occupational
Safety Act and with all state and local laws, ordinances, regulations,
and the American National Standard Institute Safety Code.
Guards, access doors, and covers must be securely fastened before
operating any equipment.
If parts are to be inspected, cleaned, observed, or general maintenance
performed, the motor driving the part or components is to be locked
out electrically in such a manner that it cannot be started by
anyone, however remote from the area. Failure to follow these instructions
may result in personal injury or property damage.
NOTE: CATALOG DIMENSIONS
Every effort is made to keep all catalog dimensions and styles
current in the catalog, however from time to time, it is necessary
because of manufacturing changes to alter stock products dimensionally.
If any stock product dimension or style shown in this catalog
is critical to your application please consult factory for certification.