AUTHOR: Rory S. McLaren
Format: Printed version *8-1/2" x 11". PDF Non-printable (4.5mb). 112 pages.
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The objective of this manual is to bring a sense of uniformity to the layout and drawing of fluid power schematics. Accurate and well-conceived schematics increase safety, productivity, and reduce operating costs.
Learning to standardize fluid power schematics offers a number of unique advantages:
- The schematic would be easier to read because primary components would always be in the same location.
- It would be a replica of the system it represents.
- It would show if components are integrated or separated.
- All component ports would be properly labeled.
- All vital operating specifications would be displayed.
- All service and inspection hubs would be shown.
- Directional control valve positions would be standardized.
- Stacked valve would represent accurate location of valves.