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ANSI/ITSDF B56.11.4-2013 (Revision of ANSI/ITSDF B56.11.4-2005) HOOK-TYPE FORKS AND FORK CARRIERS FOR POWERED INDUSTRIAL

ANSI/ITSDF B56.11.4-2013

(Revision of ANSI/ITSDF B56.11.4-2005)

HOOK-TYPE FORKS AND FORK CARRIERS FOR POWERED INDUSTRIAL FORKLIFT TRUCKS

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Date of Issuance: March 7, 2013

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CONTENTS

Foreword

 

iii

Committee Roster

iv

Summary of Changes

v

B56 Series Introduction

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1

Scope

1

2

Explanation

1

3

Interpretation

 

1

4

Design and Construction Standards

1

5

Testing

2

Figures

1

Hook-Type Fork Mounting

3

2

Center of Gravity

 

4

3

Hook-Type

Fork

Carrier

5

4

Hook-Type Fork Carrier Detail of Notches in Upper and Lower Edge of Fork

7

5

Typical Hook-Type Fork

8

Tables

1

Hook-Type Fork Mounting Dimensions

6

2

Hook-Type

Fork

Carrier Dimensions

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FOREWORD

(This foreword is not part of ANSI/ITSDF B56.11.4-2013)

This Standard is a revision and redesignation of ANSI MH11.1.4-1973, which had been developed by the American National Standard by the American National Standards Committee MH11, Hand-or Power-Operated Handling Trucks. In December 1982, the activities of the MH11 Committee were incorporated into the scope of the ASME B56 Committee with the MH11 Committee becoming the B56.11 Subcommittee. As a result of this consolidation, the title of the B56 Committee was changed to Committee on Powered and Nonpowered Industrial Trucks. All MH11 Standards, when revised, are to be redesignated as B56.11 Standards. The first edition of B56.11.4 was approved by the B56 Committee, by ASME, and, after public review, by the American National Standards Institute, on February 8, 1985. The first revision of B56.11.4-1985 was approved by the B56 Committee, by ASME, and, after public review, by the American National Standards Institute on October 18, 1988. The second revision of B56.11.4-1995 was approved by the B56 Committee, by ASME, and after public review, by the American National Standards Institute on January 13, 1992. On September 1, 2005, management of the B56 Standards Committee and its subcommittees was transferred from ASME to the Industrial Truck Standards Development Foundation. This Standard was reaffirmed and redesignated as ANSI/ITSDF B56.11.4 by the B56 Standards Committee after references to ASME were changed to ITSDF. The 2013 edition of B56.11.4 was approved by the American National Standards Institute on March 7,

2013.

This Standard shall become effective 1 year after its respective Date of Issuance. Safety codes and standards are intended to enhance public health and safety. Revisions result from committee consideration of factors such as technological advances, new data, and changing environmental and industry needs. Revisions do not imply that previous editions were inadequate.

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ITSDF STANDARDS COMMITTEE ROSTER B56 Powered and Nonpowered Industrial Trucks

(The following is the roster of the Committee at the time of approval of this Standard.)

OFFICERS

S.J. Simpson, Chair J.E Johnson, Vice Chair C.F. Merther, Secretary

COMMITTEE PERSONNEL

Jimmy Eavenson, MTD Products, Inc. Rudy Fiers, U.S. Department of Labor - OSHA Dennis Graham, Ford Motor Company Ron Graunstadt, U.A.W. Mats Herrstromer, Dematic John Johnson, Johnson Engineering Services, Inc. Donald Labelle, Betsie Bay Consulting George Maes, Linde Material Handling Steve McDermitt, Crown Equipment

David Norton, The Raymond Corporation Eric Ramsey, Sellick Rolland Riley, U.S. Army TACOM Robert Rogers, Rogers Consulting Kenneth Sanders, East Penn Mfg. Co., Inc. Stan Simpson, Simpson Group. LLC Ken Van Hook, Safe-T-Consultants Richard Ward, MHI

SUBCOMMITTEE B56.11 – STANDARDIZATION OF POWERED AND NONPOWERED INDUSTRIAL TRUCKS

Stan Simpson, Chair, Simpson Group, LLC. John Johnson, Vice Chair, JES Alan Bartels, Raymond Joseph Carabetta, US Army ATC Walter J. Girardi, Girardi Consulting Darrel Libby, NACCO Robert McAdam, RDM Consulting Steve McDermitt, Crown Equipment George Maes, Linde Jeff Mueller, MCFA Mark Tepen, Ford Motor Company

Alternates Charlie Barnes (Alt. to Girardi), C. A. Barnes Consulting Dennis Graham (Alt. to Tepen), Ford Motor Company Dave Norton (Alt. to Bartels), Raymond

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ANSI/ITSDF B56.11.4-2013 SUMMARY OF CHANGES

Following approval by the ITSDF B56 Committee and after public review, ANSI/ITSDF B56.11.4-2013 was approved as a revision by ANSI on March 7, 2013. The revision consists of changing some of the variables used to indicate dimensions and an expansion of the testing section.

ERRATA ISSUED 1 JULY 2014:

An editorial error was made in ITSDF B56.11.4-2013. The correction has been made in this version. The corrected version of the standard was posted 1 July 2014 on www.itsdf.org.

Page

Location

6 Table 1, c1

Change

The tolerance in (in.) should be

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-0.00)

POWERED AND NONPOWERED INDUSTRIAL TRUCKS

B56 SERIES INTRODUCTION

GENERAL

This Standard is one of a series that have been formulated with the Industrial Truck Standard Development Foundation as Sponsor in accordance with the Accredited Organization method, the procedures accredited by the American National Standards Institute, Inc., and the following scope:

Establishment of the safety requirements relating to the elements of design, operation, and maintenance; standardization relating to principal dimensions to facilitate interchangeability, test methods, and test procedures of powered and nonpowered industrial trucks (not including vehicles intended primarily for earth moving or over-the-road hauling); and maintenance of liaison with the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) in all matters pertaining to powered and nonpowered industrial trucks.

One purpose of the Standard is to serve as a guide to governmental authorities having jurisdiction over subjects within the scope of the Standard. It is expected, however, that the Standard will find a major application in industry, serving as a guide to manufacturers, purchasers, and users of the equipment. For convenience, Standards of Powered and Nonpowered Industrial Trucks have been divided into separate volumes:

Safety Standards

B56.1

B56.5 Guided Industrial Vehicles and Automated Functions of Manned Industrial Vehicles

Low Lift and High Lift Trucks

B56.6

Rough Terrain Forklift Trucks

B56.8

Personnel and Burden Carriers

B56.9

Operator Controlled Industrial Tow Trucks

B56.10 Manually Propelled High Lift Industrial Trucks

Standardization Standards

B56.11.1 Double Race or Bi-Level Swivel and Rigid Industrial Casters

B56.11.4

Hook-Type Forks and Fork Carriers for Powered Industrial Forklift Trucks

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B56.11.5

Lift, High Lift, and Rough Terrain Powered Industrial Trucks B56.11.6 Evaluation of Visibility From Powered Industrial Trucks B56.11.7 Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) Fuel Cylinders (Horizontal or Vertical) Mounting – Liquid Withdrawal – for Powered Industrial Trucks

Measurement of Sound Emitted by Low

Safety standards that were previously listed as B56 volumes but now have different identification due to a change in standards development assignments are as follows:

NFPA 505 Fire Safety Standard for Powered

UL 583

Industrial Trucks – Type Designations, Areas of Use, Maintenance and Operation (formerly B56.2) Standard for Safety for Electric-Battery- Powered Industrial Trucks (formerly

B56.3)

UL 558

Standard for Safety for Internal Combustion Engine-Powered Industrial Trucks (formerly B56.4)

If adopted for governmental use, the references to other national codes and standards in the specific volumes may be changed to refer to the corresponding governmental regulations. The use of powered and nonpowered industrial trucks is subject to certain hazards that cannot be completely eliminated by mechanical means, but the risks can be minimized by the exercise of intelligence, care, and common sense. It is therefore essential to have competent and careful operators, physically and mentally fit, and thoroughly trained in the safe operation of the equipment and the handling of the loads. Serious hazards are overloading, instability of the load, obstruction to the free passage of the load, collision with objects or pedestrians, poor maintenance, and use of equipment for a purpose for which it was not intended or designed. Suggestions for improvement of these Standards, especially those based on actual experience in their application, shall be submitted to the Secretary of the B56 Committee, ITSDF, 1750 K Street NW, Suite 460, Washington DC 20006.

Comments

shall

be

following format:

written

in

accordance

with

the

(a)

specify

paragraph

designation

of

the

pertinent

volume;

(b)

indicate suggested change (addition, deletion,

revision, etc.);

(c) briefly state reason and/or evidence for suggested

change;

(d) submit suggested changes to more than one

paragraph in the order in which they appear in the volume. The appropriate B56 Subcommittee will consider each suggested revision at its first meeting after receipt of the suggested revision(s).

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HOOK-TYPE FORKS AND FORK CARRIERS FOR POWERED INDUSTRIAL FORKLIFT TRUCKS

1 SCOPE

The scope of this Standard encompasses standards relative to hook-type fork carriers and the attaching elements of fork arms and load handling attachments for forklift trucks, in relation to manufacturers rated capacities of trucks up to and including 11,000 kg (24,000 lb).

2 EXPLANATION

The purpose of this Standard is to establish standards relative to the interchangeability of hook-type fork arms on fork carriers of forklift trucks, and to the mounting of load handling attachments in relation to the manufacturers rated capacities, up to and including 11,000 kg (24,000 lb).

3 INTERPRETATION

3.1 Mandatory and Advisory Rules

To carry out the provisions of this Standard, all items are mandatory except for those including the word should, which are recommendations. For terminology not included in this publication, refer to ANSI Z94.0

3.2 Requests for Interpretation

The B56 Committee will render an interpretation of any requirement of this Standard. Interpretations will be rendered only in response to a written request sent to the Secretary of the B56 Committee, ITSDF. The request for interpretation shall be in the following format.

ITSDF procedures provide for reconsideration of any interpretation when or if additional information, which might affect an interpretation is available. Further, persons aggrieved by an interpretation may appeal to the cognizant ITSDF Committee or Subcommittee. ITSDF does not “approve,” “certify,” “rate,” or “endorse” any item, construction, proprietary device, or activity.

4 DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS

(a) The forks for forklift trucks shall be constructed

in accordance with Fig. 1 and Table 1.

(b) The center of gravity of a fork arm should be

described in accordance with Fig. 2.

(c) The fork carrier for forklift trucks should be

constructed in accordance with Fig. 3 and Table 2.

(d) The upper edge of the fork carrier shall have

notches spaced across its entire length. This spacing shall be as follows:

one notch located on the center line of the

carrier; (2) one notch located on each side of the center

notch spaced as shown in Table 2, Column p. (3) The remaining notches shall be spaced at a

maximum dimension of 100 mm (4 in.) center-to-center of the notches.

(e) Where locating notches other than those

normally specified by the manufacturer are required by

the application involved, their spacing shall be agreed upon between the user and the manufacturer.

(f) The lower edge of the fork carrier shall also be

provided with a notch for use as an alternate centering method for attachment installation. The dimensions of the notch and one notch on either side of center in the upper edge of the fork carrier shall conform to those

(1)

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Subject:

Cite the applicable paragraph number(s) and provide a concise description.

shown in Fig. 4 and specified in Table 2. This notch will also facilitate installation and removal of fork arms.

Edition:

Cite the applicable edition of the

(g)

The number of classes has been minimized to a

pertinent standard for which the interpretation is being requested. Question: Phrase the question as a request for an interpretation of a specific requirement suitable for general understanding and use, not as a request for approval of a proprietary design or situation. The inquirer may also include any plans or drawings, which are necessary to explain the question; however, they should not contain proprietary names or information.

practical limit. At or near the upper limit of each capacity range, the next larger mounting class may be used.

(h) The dimensions of each class relate to the

mounting details only, and should not be interpreted to influence strength and other design features of the carrier

or forks.

(i) Either a plate or two bars may be used for fork

mounting.

(j) The thickness of plate or bars is not a part of this

Standard.

(k) The plate or bars and back face of the forks shall

not bow convexly toward each other.

(l) In addition to the means described in para. 5.1

(n), stops shall be provided at the extremities of the carrier to prevent lateral disengagement of the forks.

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(m) Each fork shall be clearly stamped with its individual load rating in an area readily visible and not subject to wear. For example, a stamping of 1500 X 24 means a 1500 lb load rating at 24 in. load center (see D Fig. 5), and a 2000 X 600 stamping means a 2000 kg load rating at 600 mm load center (see D Fig. 5).

(n) Means shall be provided that, when engaged,

prevent lateral movement of the forks.

(o) With the locating latch of a fork engaged in any

notch provided in the upper bar, the fork should not be

capable of being disengaged from the fork carrier.

13 5 TESTING

The following tests are intended to be applied to prototype forks and to production forks on a selective basis.

5.1 Yield Test

Fork strength shall permit the following loading and method of test.

(1) The test load F shall correspond to three times

the load rating of the fork arm, as specified in Section

4(m), and shall be applied to it at the applicable distance D from the front face of the fork arm shank. (See Fig. 5)

(2) The fork arm shall be restrained in a manner

identical to that used on the forklift truck.

(3) The test load shall be applied twice, gradually

and without shock, and maintained for 30 sec each time.

(4) The fork arm shall be checked before and after

the second application of the test load. It shall not show any permanent deformation.

5.2 Impact Test

(1) Specimens longitudinal to the grain shall be

taken in relation to the fork arm section in accordance with the location of test pieces in bars and wire rods specified in ISO 683-1:1987. These shall preferable be taken from an area between the top and bottom hook, but it is also permissible to take specimens from a specially provided extension of the fork shank above the top hook

or from a separate piece of semi finished material of adequate size (i.e. length at least twice the width), which has the same cross-section, has been taken from the same material batch and has received the same heat treatment as the fork arm itself.

(2) Carry out the impact tests in accordance with

ISO 148-1:2009 using the standardized V-notched

samples, at a temperature of -20°C.

(3) The samples shall achieve an impact value of at

least 27 J at – 20°C.

5.3 Fatigue Test

(1) The dynamic test load shall be of constant amplitude and have a peak magnitude of 1.25 times the load rating of the fork as specified in Section 4(m). The minimum value for the dynamic test load shall not exceed 0.1 times the load rating. (2) The test load frequency shall be 10Hz maximum. The frequency shall be reduced if the temperature of the fork arm exceeds 50°C or resonance symptoms occur. (3) The duration of the test shall be not less than 10 6 test load cycles. (4) Restrain the fork arm in a manner identical to that used on the fork-lift truck. Apply the dynamic test load at the distance from the front of face of the fork arm shank where load center D is as specified in Fig. 5. (5) There shall be no cracks or permanent deformation in the fork arm on completion of the test. The crack detection procedure shall be as specified in paragraph 5.4

5.4 Surface-crack detection

The fork arm manufacturer shall thoroughly visually examine every fork arm in quantity production (or following a fatigue test) for cracks. In addition, a production fork shall periodically be subjected to a non- destructive crack detection process per a manufacturer defined quality control plan. Special attention should be given to the heel, load rating identification stamping and any welds and heat affected zones at the top and bottom hooks, including their attachment to the shank. The fork arm shall be withdrawn if indications of cracking are detected.

NOTE: The appropriate non-destructive crack detection process to be used is the magnetic particle inspection method.

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B56.11.4-2013 HOOK-TYPE FORKS AND FORK CARRIERS FOR POWERED INDUSTRIAL FORKLIFT TRUCKS Fig. 1 Hook-Type Fork Mounting

Fig. 1 Hook-Type Fork Mounting

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Fig. 2 Center of Gravity
Fig. 2 Center of Gravity

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B56.11.4-2013 HOOK-TYPE FORKS AND FORK CARRIERS FOR POWERED INDUSTRIAL FORKLIFT TRUCKS Fig 3 Hook-Type Fork Carrier

Fig 3 Hook-Type Fork Carrier

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Table 1 Hook-Type Fork Mounting Dimensions

Truck Rated Capacity

         

h2, mm

           

Rated Load

 

Fork

A,

c1, mm

h1, mm

(in.)

m1, mm

m2, mm

v, mm

k1, mm

N, mm

   

Center

Arm

mm

 

(in.)

 

(in.)

   

(in.)

(in.)

 

(in.)

(in.)

(in.)

Distance,

Type

(in.)

+ 1

+ 3

Tol, mm

(in.)

Max.

Max.

+ 1.5

Max.

+ 1.5

Class

kg (lb) 1

mm

(in.)

 

(Ref.)

- 0

(+ 0.04

- 3

(+ 0.12

- 1.5

(+ 0.06

- 0

(+ 0.06

-

0.00)

-

0.12)

 

-

0.06)

- 0.00)

       

76

   

394

             

I

Up to 999

600

 

A

(3.00)

 

16.5

(15.50)

306

28

26

 

90

14

5

(up to 1,999)

(24)

 

114

(0.65)

 

432

(12.05)

 

+ 1

(1.10)

(1.03)

(3.54)

(0.55)

(0.20)

 

B

(4.50)

(17.00)

- 0

       

A

76

   

470

 

(+ 0.04

         

1,000 – 2,500

600

(3.00)

 

16.5

(18.50)

382

-

0.00)

31

29

 

90

14

5

II

(2,000 – 5,500)

(24)

 

152

(0.65)

 

548

(15.04)

 

(1.22)

(1.14)

(3.54)

(0.55)

(0.20)

 

B

(6.00)

(21.50)

       

76

   

568

             

2,501 – 5,000

600

 

A

(3.00)

 

22

(22.36)

477

40

38

 

114.5

17

5.5

III

(5,501 - 10,000)

(24)

 

203

(0.87)

 

695

(18.78)

(1.57)

(1.50)

(4.51)

(0.67)

(0.25)

 

B

(8.00)

(27.36)

       

A

127

   

743

   

+ 1.5

         

IV

5,001 – 8,000

600

 

(5.00)

 

26

(29.25)

598

- 0.0

47

45

 

139.5

20

8

(10,001 - 17,500)

(24)

 

B

254

(1.03)

 

870

(23.54)

(+ 0.06

(1.85)

(1.78)

(5.50)

(0.79)

(0.31)

 

(10.00)

(34.25)

-

0.00)

       

A

127

   

830

             

8,001 – 11,000

600

 

(5.00)

 

35

(32.67)

680

65

63

 

164.5

26

8

V

(17,501 – 24,000)

(24)

 

257

(1.38)

 

960

(26.77)

(2.56)

(2.48)

(6.48)

(1.03)

(0.31)

 

B

(10.12)

(37.80)

NOTE:

 

(1) Ratings reflect industry practice, not direct conversions.

 
 

Table 2 Hook-Type Fork Carrier Dimensions

 

Truck Rated Capacity

           

h3, mm

           

Rated

Fork

A, mm

b, mm

c2, mm

e, mm

(in.)

k2, mm

q, mm

u, mm

w, mm

p, mm

   

Load

Arm

(in.)

(in.)

 

(in.)

 

(in.)

   

(in.)

(in.)

 

(in.)

(in.)

(in.)

Center

Type

(Ref.)

(Ref.)

+ 0

+ 0.8

Tol, mm

(in.)

+ 0

+ 1

+2

+ 1.5

MAX.

Class

 

kg (lb) 1

Distance,

mm

- 1

(+ 0.00

- 0.8

(+ 0.03

- 1.5

(+ 0.00

- 0

(+ 0.04

-2

(+ 0.08

- 1.5

(+ 0.06

MIN.

 

(in.)

-

0.04)

-

0.03)

 

- 0.06)

- 0.00)

-

0.08)

- 0.06)

     

A

76

                 

160

 

Up to 999

600

(3.00)

331

 

16

 

16

305

13

8

 

95

13

(6.30)

I (Up to 1,999)

(24)

 

114

(13.00)

(0.63)

(0.63)

(12.00)

 

+ 0

(0.51)

(0.32)

(3.74)

(0.51)

70

B

(4.50)

- 1

 

(2.76)

     

A

76

       

(+ 0.00

       

160

 

1,000-2,500

600

(3.00)

407

 

16

 

16

381

-

0.04)

13

8

 

95

13

(6.30)

II (2000-5,500)

(24)

 

152

(16.00)

(0.63)

(0.63)

(15.00)

 

(0.51)

(0.32)

(3.74)

(0.51)

70

 

B

(6.00)

 

(2.76)

 

2501-5,000

600

A

76

(3.00)

508

 

21.5

 

19

476

 

16

10

 

120

20

160

(6.30)

(5,001-

III (24)

10,000)

B

203

(8.00)

(20.00)

(0.85)

(0.75)

(18.75)

(0.63)

(0.39)

(4.72)

(0.79)

80

(3.15)

       

127

         

+ 0.0

       

160

(6.30)

 

5,001-8,000

600

A

(5.00)

635

 

25.5

 

19

597

- 1.5

19

12

 

145

27.5

(10,001-

IV (24)

17,500)

B

254

(10.00)

(25.00)

(1.00)

(0.75)

(23.50)

(+ 0.00

-

0.06)

(0.75)

(0.47)

(5.71)

(1.08)

90

(3.54)

 

8,001-11,000

600

A

127

(5.00)

728

 

34

 

25

678

25

16

 

171

30

160

(6.30)

(17,501-

V (24)

24,000)

B

257

(10.12)

(28.67)

(1.34)

(0.98)

(26.70)

(0.98)

(0.63)

(6.73)

(1.18)

110

(4.33)

NOTE:

(1) Ratings reflect industry practice, not direct conversions.

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AND FORK CARRIERS FOR POWERED INDUSTRIAL FORKLIFT TRUCKS Fig. 4 Hook-Type Fork Carrier Detail of Notches

Fig. 4

Hook-Type Fork Carrier

Detail of Notches in Upper and Lower Edge of Fork Carriage (See Table 2)

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B56.11.4-2013 HOOK-TYPE FORKS AND FORK CARRIERS FOR POWERED INDUSTRIAL FORKLIFT TRUCKS Fig. 5 Typical Hook-Type Fork

Fig. 5 Typical Hook-Type Fork

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