AM Step 4-1 - Fasteners Training

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What type of rivet is known for its permanent nature?

Solid Rivet

Which type of clamp is commonly associated with worm gear and ear designs?

Hose Clamp

What is a method used to check for looseness in clamps or quick release fasteners?

Listening for leaks

What factor can lead to defects in fasteners if an incorrect value is applied?

Tension

Which type of fastener is primarily associated with a hand-lever bolt and a spring-loaded pin?

Cam Locking Camlock

Match the following types of fasteners with their functions:

Nuts = Secure components Washers = Distribute the fasteners load Screws = Threaded shaft with durable holding power Rivets = Act as a permanent joint between something

Match the following bolt terminologies with their descriptions:

Metric Thread = Most common type of bolts used within breweries Course Thread = Type of metric thread that is more common Fine Thread = Type of metric thread that is less common Hex Head Bolt = Bolt type with a hexagonal head for easy tightening

Match the following materials with their usage in fasteners:

Stainless Steel = Ideal for fasteners due to corrosion resistance Aluminum = Material sometimes used in fasteners Brass = Material sometimes used in fasteners Bronze = Material sometimes used in fasteners

Match the following types of joints with their functions:

Rivets = Act as a permanent joint between components Clamps = Act as a permanent joint between components Welds = Act as a permanent joint between components Sealants and Adhesives = Support adhesion, form seal, lubricate

Match the following bolt strength grades with their tensile strength:

8.8 Stainless Steel = $8.8$ tensile strength grade stainless steel bolts 12.9 Stainless Steel = $12.9$ tensile strength grade stainless steel bolts 10.9 Carbon Steel = $10.9$ tensile strength grade carbon steel bolts 14.9 Alloy Steel = $14.9$ tensile strength grade alloy steel bolts

Learn about fasteners and their purpose, types, defects, and causes through this training module. Improve your understanding to ensure safety and high-quality production in the brewery environment.

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