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Reg. 133, Reg. 134
STAYS

 

Jointed Stays

Where jointed longitudinal stays are fitted, they shall, where practicable, be fitted with pins having an effective sectional area 25 per cent in excess of that of the stay. If the pins are slack in the holes, the total slackness shall not be more than 1/6 inch. The pins shall be as close as possible to the shoulder of the eye forging. The shoulder of the forging shall be at least ½ inch wide all round, i.e., the diameter at the shoulder shall be not less than the diameter of the hole plus 1 inch .


Reg. 134
STAYS

 

Diagonal Bar or Rod Stays

The sectional area of diagonal rod or bar stay shall bear the same proportion to that of a direct stay as the length of the diagonal stay bears to the length of the perpendicular line from the end of the diagonal stay to the surface supported. The ends of diagonal stays, shall not be bent, but shall be attached to the plate with revelled washers and nuts or with riveted tee, blocks or angles and shackle pins (see Regulation 133 for eyes and pins).
 
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