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American Gear Manufacturers Association. We have no document history for this standard. An Annex provides detailed instructions on performing contact pattern checks.

Item Detail – AGMA A

This Standard was prepared for the assembly man in the factory and for the service man agmaa the field. This standard outlines the basic practices for the design and selection of components, other than gearing, for use in commercial and industrial enclosed gear drives.

It specifies agmaa for gear flank tolerance terms, the structure of the flank tolerance class system, and allowable values. This standard is also available to be included in Standards Subscriptions. This standard applies to the following types of commercial and industrial enclosed gear drives, individually or in combination: Other components are discussed in a manner to provide an awareness of their function or specific requirements.


It further describes methods and practices for measuring the various gear elements for which tolerances are provided. The purpose is to present a common basis for specifying quality, and for the procurement of unassembled gears.

This Handbook provides tolerances for different quality levels from Q3 through Q 14 for unassembled bevel and hypoid gearing, racks and wormgearing.

As the voice of the U. Subscription pricing is determined by: Below are AGMA’s best-selling standards. This standard provides nomenclature for general modes of gear tooth wear and failure.

It provides guidance on specifying quality levels and materials, and also contains information on tooth contact patterns and backlash. Partial replacement of AGMA Appendix material provides guidance on specifying levels and information on additional methods of gear inspection. It provides information on gear measuring methods and practices. Standards Subscriptions from ANSI provides a money-saving, multi-user solution for accessing standards. Need more than one copy? Add to Alert PDF. 390.033

Item Detail – AGMA

Proceed to Checkout Continue Shopping. If the document is revised or amended, you will be notified by email. It is not intended for use as a reference in the procurement of enclosed drives. Definitions and allowable values of deviations relevant to flanks of gear teeth This standard establishes a tolerance classification system relevant to manufacturing and conformity assessment of tooth flanks of individual cylindrical involute gears.


It applies to non-aircraft, industrial, vehicular, or machine tool gear units with carrier speeds less than rpm and pinion absolute speed less than rpm.

AGMA: American Gear Manufacturers Association

This standard is applicable to enclosed epicyclic speed reducers and increasers which use spur and helical gears. Correlates gear quality levels with gear tooth tolerances.

You can download and open this file to your own computer but DRM prevents opening this file on another computer, including 39003 networked server. This standard provides lubrication guidelines for enclosed and open gearing installed in general industrial power transmission applications.

Provides information on manufacturing procedures, master gears, measuring methods and practices.

Page numbers in the Table of Contents, for the Sections that have been removed and included in AGMA A88, have been replaced with asterisks with footnotes for explanation. We have no amendments or corrections for this standard. ayma

Subscription pricing is determined by: It is not intended to supplant specific instructions from the gear manufacturer.