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    IS 3625-3 (1984): Warp Tubes for Ring Spinning and Doubling Spindles, Part 3: Recommended Dimensions for Tubes, Taper 1:64 [TXD 14: Machinery for Fabric Manufacture]

  • IS : 3625 ( Part 3 ) - 1984

    Indian Standard

    SPECIFICATION FOR WARP TUBES FOR RING SPINNING

    AND DOUBLING SPlNDLES

    PART 3 RECOMMENDED DIMENSIONS FOR TUBES, TAPER 1:64

    ( Second Rehion )

    Textile Mill Accessories (Other Than Jute) Sectional Committee, TDC 19

    Chuirtnan Representing

    SHRI V. N. SUBBA RAO The Southern India Mills’ Association, Coimbatore

    Members

    SHRI S. A. BANDEKAR The Bombay Millowners’ Association, Bombay SHRI R. V. BHATVADEKAR Textile Machinery Manufacturers’ Association

    ( India ), Bombay SHRI A. M. DOSHI Textiles Committee, Bombay

    SHRI C. R. MASTER ( Alternate ) SHRI H.C. C~OYAL The Standard Mills Co Ltd, Bombay SHRI D. S. JAIN Shalimar Group Private Ltd. Calcutta

    SHRI S. K. GHOSH ( Alternate ) SHRI J. C. JAIN The Raymond Woollen Mills Ltd, Bombay SHRI P. C. JAIN KOSHAL Texmaco Limited, Calcutta

    SHRI B. K. CHA~TERJEE ( Afternate ) SHRI T. D. KAMDAR Silk & Art Silk Mills’ Association Ltd, Bombay

    SHRI D. A. JOSHI ( Alternate ) SHRI K. S. KELKAR The Bombay Dyeing and Manufacturing Co Ltd,

    Born bay SHRI C. M. PRABHUNE ( Alternate )

    SHRI P. D. KIMOTHI Ahmedabad Textile Industry’s Research Association, Ahmadabad

    SHRI C. G. VENKATARAMANAN ( Alternate ) SHRI B. P. KOPPIKAR Cop Centron Syndicate, Bombay SHRI C. N. MEHTA National Textile Corporation ( S. M. ) Ltd ( Unit ),

    Finlay Mills, Bombay

    ( Continued on page 2 )

    @ Copyright 1985 INDIAN STANDARDS INSTITUTION

    This publication is protected under the Indian Copyright Act ( XIV of 1957 ) and reproduction in whole or in part by any means except with written permission of the publisher shall be deemed to be an infringement of copyright under the said Act.

  • IS : 3625 (Part 3 ) - 1984

    ( Continued from puge 1 )

    Members Representing

    SHRI M. J. PATWARDHAN Office of the Textile Commissioner, Bombay SI-IR~ M. K. DE ( Alternote )

    SHRI B. RAMACHANDRAN The Indian Textile Paper Tube Co ( A Division of TT Textiles Ltd ), Virudhunagar

    SHRI S. S. M~~RTHY ( Alternate ) SHRI M. V. RANGARAJAN The Lakshmi Mills Co Ltd, Coimbatore DR P. R. ROY The Ahmedabad Textile Mills’ Association,

    Ahmadabad SHRI K. G. SANE The Khatau Makanji Spg & Wvg Co Ltd, Bombay SHR~ B. A. SHAH The Textile Association ( India ), Bombay

    SHRI A. R. MEHTA ( Alternate ) SHRI J. K. SHAH Acme Bobbins & Shuttles Private Ltd, Bomaby

    SHRI D. C. NATHANI ( AIternate ) SHRI R. A. SHAH National Textile Corporation ( Gujarat ) Limited,

    Ahmadabad SHRI V. S. SHAH All India Bobbin Manufacturers’ Association,

    Bombay SHRI D. K. PANCHAL ( Alternute )

    SHRI A. T. SHAHANI The Bombay Textile Research Association, Bombay SHRI R. R. GOSAI ( Alternure )

    SHRI S. N. SHARMA Forest Research Institute St Colleges, Dehra Dun SHRI G. T. VADODARIA Association of Merchants & Manufacturers of

    Textile Stores & Machinery ( India ), Bombay SHRI C. N. VARTAK Mafatlal Engineering Industries Ltd, Bombay SHRI R. I. MIDHA, Director General, IS1 ( Ex-oficio Member )

    Director ( Tex )

    Secretary

    SHRI R. K. DUA

    Senior Deputy Director ( Tex ), IS1

  • IS : 3625 ( Part 3 ) - 1984

    Indian Standard

    SPECIFICATION FOR

    WARP TUBES FOR RING SPINNING

    AND DOUBLlNG SPINDLES

    PART 3 RECOMMENDED DIMENSIONS FOR TUBES, TAPER 1:64

    ( Second Reoision )

    0. FOREWORD

    0.1 This Indian Standard ( Part 3 ) ( Second Revision ) was adopted by the Indian Standards Institution on 10 September 1984, after the draft finalized by the Textile Mill Accessories (Other Than Jute) Sectional Committee had been approved by the Textile Division Council.

    0.2 The recommended dimensions of tubes are based on IS0 368-1982 Tubes for ring spinning, doubling and twisting spindles with taper 1: 38 and 1 :64 issued by the International Organization for Standardization ( IS0 ).

    0.3 Other requirements such as type, material, finish, concentricity, water absorption and steam conditioning are specified in Part 1 of the standard.

    0.4 For the purpose of deciding whether a particular requirement of this standard is complied with, the final value, observed or calculated, express- ing the result of a test, shall be rounded off in accordance with IS : 2-1960*. The number of significant places retained in the rounded off value should be the same as that of the specified value in this standard.

    1. SCOPE

    1.1 This standard recommends dimensions ( length and inside diameter ) of tubes with taper 1: 64 for ring spinning and doubling spindles.

    *Rules for rounding off numerrcal values ( revised ).

    3

  • IS : 3625 ( Part 3 ) - 1984

    1.2 It also specifies the dimensions and tolerances for the gauges for checking the tubes.

    2. DIMENSIONS

    2.1 The recommended dimensions are given in Table I read with Fig. IA and Fig. 1B.

    3. DIMENSIONS FOR GAUGES

    3.1 The dimensions and tolerances of gauges for tubes of Types A and B are given in Tables 2 and 3 read with Fig. 2A and Fig. 2B respectively.

    4

  • LENGTH

    -T--- 1 1% 200 210 21 17.88 19 15.88 17 13.88

    220 230 24 20.56 22 18.56 20 16.56

    (230) (240) 24 20.41 22 18.41 20 16.41

    240 250 27 23.25 24 20.23 22 18.25

    cn (250) 260 27 23.09 24 20.09 22 18.09

    260 270 30 25.94 27 22.94 24 19.94

    (270) (280) 30 25.78 27 22.78 24 19.78

    280 290 33 28.62 30 25.62 27 22.62

    (290) (300) 33 28.47 30 25.47 27 22.47

    300 320 36 31.31 33 28.31 30 25.31

    TABLE 1 DIMENSIONS OF TUBES

    ( Clause 2.1 )

    All dimensions in millimetres.

    SERIES 0 SERIES 1 SERIES 2 SERIES 3

    ---Y? d, 2

    15 11.88

    18 14.56

    18 14.41

    20 1625

    20 16.09

    22 17.94

    22 17.78

    24 19.62

    24 19.47

    27 22.31

    The values in brackets should be avoided wherever possible.

  • IA Tube Type A with OPEN Top

    IB Tube Type B with Rolled-in-Top

    h

    FIG. 1 DIMENSIONS OF WARP TUBES

  • LENGTH

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    200

    220

    230

    240

    -I 250

    260

    270

    280

    290

    TABLE 2 DIMENSIONS AND TOLERANCES FOR GAUGES FOR TUBES, TYPE A

    ( Clause 3.1 )

    All dimensions in millimetres.

    For checking the internal diameter at the base of the lube by means of the corresponding marks on the gauge, the tube must be cut into parts. The marks f b/2 at the small end of the gauge are used only for checking the internal

    2

    diameter at the top of the tube. cer

    9 *Tolerance js6 ( see IS : 919-1963 Recommendations for limits and fits for engineering ).

    SERIES 0 SERIES 1 SERIES 2 SERIES 3 ---7

    ‘dl* h-7 T----7 r----7

    4* 4+ 4’ 4* 4* 4* 4+

    21 17-88 19 15.88 17 13.88 15 11.88

    24 20-56 22 18.56 20 1656 18 1456

    24 20.41 22 18.41 20 16.41 18 14.41

    27 23.25 24 20.25 22 18.25 20 16-2.5

    27 23.09 24 20-09 22 18.09 20 [email protected]

    30 2594 27 22.94 24 1994 22 17.94

    30 25.78 27 22.78 24 19-78 22 17.78

    33 28.62 30 25.62 27 22.62 24 19.62

    33 28.47 30 25.47 27 22.47 24 19.47

    36 31.31 33 28.31 30 25.31 27 22.31

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    12

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  • TABLE 3 DIMENSIONS AND TOLERANCES FOR GAUGES FOR Tums, TYPE B

    ( Clause 3.1 )

    All dimensions in millimetres.

    LENGTH OF CORRESPONDING

    TUBE I,

    210

    230

    (240)

    250 230

    v, (260) 240

    210 250

    (280) 260

    290 270

    (300) 280

    320 300 36 31

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