Developed by the Pittsburgh Institute of Aeronautics: The Aircraft Mechanics Specification Handbook is a very useful mechanics handbook, focusing on the identification of all types of AN, NAS, and MS hardware and fittings, and AN plumbing. It also includes an extensive and unique second section covering electrical connector identification; and the third area with common references and conversion formula. Developed for A&Ps by A&Ps, here is a toolbox size reference you will really use.
Topics Include:ATA - Chapter/Section Numbering
Quick Hardware Identification
AN Hardware Specifications
Twist Drills Letter and Wire Gauge Sizes
Taps and Pipe Threads
Standard Screws (Fine and Course)
Clearance Drills for Machine Screws
Metric and Decimal Equivalents
Torque Values for Nut/Bolt Combinations
Section 2 - Fastener Identification
Maximum Speeds - (Hand Fed Operations)
Blueprint Fastener Callouts
Alphabetical Code Listing
Rivet Oversize Chart
Tips for Good Quality Holes
Common Blueprint Finish Codes
Section 3 - Electrical Connector Identification
Contacts for Front Release Connectors
FZ and FY Connectors
DC00 - DC28 Connectors
48 Series Bayonet Connectors
CA00KE - CA3106KE Connectors
Contacts for Rear Release Connectors
Contacts for Rack and Panel Connectors
Section 1 - Aircraft Hardware
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