ANSI Z60 and ANSI A300:A practical look at industry standardsDane BuellRegistered Consulting ArboristASC A300 ChairmanTitle
Draw a Pig
Follow these instructions1. Draw a letter M at the top left intersection. Bottom center of M touches the intersection.2. Draw the letter W at the bottom left intersection. Top center of W touches the intersection.3. Draw the letter W at the bottom right intersection. Top center of W touches the intersection.4. Draw an arc from the letter M to the top right intersection.5. Draw another arc from the top right intersection to the bottom right W.6. Draw an arc between the two bottom W’s.7. Draw the letter O in the center left box.8. Draw an arc from the letter M to the tangent of the circle.9. Draw an arc from the left W to the tangent of the circle.10. Draw an arc for the eye. Half way between M and circle.11. Draw an arc for the mouth. Half way between W and circle. Must be a happy pig!!12. Draw the cursive letter e near the top of arc on the right.13. And finally draw two dots in the middle of the circle for the pigs nose.
Nursery Stock and Tree ManagementStandards in the USAANSI Z60 Purpose: A standardsystem of sizing anddescribing plants tofacilitate the trade ofnursery stock. Broken down into 13different plant groups. Used to developedwritten specificationsANSI A300 Purpose: To provideperformance standardsfor developing writtenspecifications for treemanagement. Currently nineindividual parts
ANSI Z60 American Nurseryman and LandscapeAssociation began developing thisstandard back in 1929 Became an ANSI document in 1949 Current version is 2004
ANSI A300 The Tree Care Industry Associationconvened a consensus body in 1991 Prior to this there were the NAA Standardsand NPS Standards for tree management
Standards 101Both are used for the development of WrittenSpecifications (Referencing is not proper use)Shall RequirementShould Strong RecommendationStandards are not how-to guides; Best ManagementPractices (BMP’s) are how-to guidesAnnex includes guidelines or topics that are notclearly supported by scienceStandards are used in courts of law as determination
Using A300 StandardSelect the applicable standard part.For this example we are looking at a plantingspecificationPart 6 (Planting and Transplanting)Establish Planting Objective (Shall)Examples: Reference architectural rendering?Client use of space and landscape issues likeprivacy and screening? Highlight a specificdesign goal?Should be from the tree owners perspective,why are they doing this?
Using A300 StandardPart 6 (Planting and Transplanting)Specify Tree Condition (Should)Specify one or more: Health Structure Root collar / trunk flare location Crown shape Size of root ball / quality of root system Foliage density or other related issues
Using A300 StandardPart 6 (Planting and Transplanting)Specify Soil Condition (Should) Specify soil testing and acceptable metrics forsoil chemistryDrainage (Should) Specify proper site drainage requirementsbased on the trees that will be installed
Using A300 StandardPart 6 (Planting and Transplanting)Digging the Hole (Shall) Specify that the final depth of the planting holeis determined by the depth and firmness of therootball and that the hole shall not exceed thedepth of the rootball Specify that the soil directly beneath therootball should be undisturbed or prepared toprevent settling
Using A300 StandardPart 6 (Planting and Transplanting)Digging the Hole (Should) Specify that the planting hole width should bea minimum of 1.5 times the diameter of therootballInstalling woody plants (Should) Specify that circling and kinked roots shouldbe straightened or severed
Using A300 StandardPart 6 (Planting and Transplanting)Installing woody plants (Should) Specify that trees and shrubs should be placedin the same compass orientation from which theyoriginated.Installing woody plants (Should) Specify that bare-root plants should be installedso that their root system is evenly distributed inthe planting hole.
Using A300 StandardAs part of your assignment, you will be changing thegrade around existing treesSelect the appropriate standard partPart 5(Management of trees and shrubs during siteplanning, site development and construction )54.11 Fill Soil (grade change)
Using A300 StandardAs part of your assignment, you will be excavatingand trenchingSelect the appropriate standard partPart 5(Management of trees and shrubs during siteplanning, site development and construction )54.12 Excavating and Trenching
Obtaining the Z60 and A300 StandardZ60 American Nursery and Landscape Associationhttp://www.anla.org/index.cfm?area &page Content&categoryID 260A300Tree Care Industry dards
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ANSI A300 Purpose: To provide performance standards for developing written specifications for tree management. Currently nine individual parts . ANSI Z60 American Nurseryman and Landscape Association began developing this standard back in 1929 Became an ANSI document in 1949 Current version is 2004 . ANSI A300 The Tree Care Industry Association convened a consensus body .
when the pig launcher is opened in next step. 2 Upon the pig launcher is town gas free, the pig launcher is opened up. Pipe Inspection Gauge (PIG) is then inserted into the pig launcher. 3 After insertion of the pig into the launcher, close the door of the pig launcher and then purge the pig launcher with inert gas. The isolation valve
1. Draw a Pig Personality Test Learn about your staff with the Draw a Pig Personality Test. Tell each student to get out a blank piece of paper and a pencil, and tell them they have five minutes to draw a pig. They can draw the pig as detailed as they would like. When time is up, read to them from the Pig Analysis.
translasi pig dari barrel ke reducer pada pig launcher. Serta perhitungan besar gaya yang diberikan terhadap pig pada setiap variasi geomeri pig launcher ditinjau dari sisi fluid-solid interaction. Fokus penelitian ini untuk mendapatkan geometri launcher dan sudut eccentric. reducer yang paling optimal pada pig launcher. 2. METODOLOGI 2.1 .
Pig personality test 1. Take out a blank piece of 8 ½ x 11-inch paper. 2. Now draw a pig. Seriously draw a pig as best as you can. Draw a pig!! Your drawing will serve to interpret your personality preferences 3. Once you've finished your drawing, go to swopepsych.com, student section, chapter 10, and click on pig personality test.
«Alimay»LLP offers pig signalers and quick opening closures for pig traps. Pig Signaler Pig Sig V is the device which is installed on a pipeline to control passage of pigs and inspection tools . PIG-SIG NI (Non intrusive pig passage signaler) produces simple and reliable, non-intrusive det
NARRATOR: The little pig ran as fast as he could to his brother’s stick house. The big, bad wolf grunted and walked off down the road to the second little pig’s house. He stomped up to the front door, knocked loudly and yelled at the little pig. WOLF: Little pig, little pig, let me come in! 2nd LITTLE PIG: Not by the hair on my chinny chin .
2) Pig Valves equipped with the Argus "Multi-Pig Launcher" (see "TB-ML-002" technical bulletin), MUST be installed with the "Multi-Pig Launcher" facing upward. 3) Flow direction is indicated on the Pig Valve nameplate beside "FLOW". When marked L R flow is from the right side to the left side of Pig Valve.
PIG VALVE MODEL C 1.0 Scope Argus manufactures pig ball valves (Pig Valves) with threaded and/or flanged connections. This manual covers the installation, operation, and maintenance of Argus Model C Pig Valves. 2.0 General Installation, operation, and maintenance of Pig Valves shall comply with the procedures as described in this manual.