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    Fasteners E Rings for Shafts, Fasteners External Shafts Rings, Fasteners Threaded Insert Outer Diameter In The Free State (Metric) Dimensions

    Fasteners Stainless Steel Data Dimensions, Stainless Steel 303 304 316 Properties, Mechanical Properties-Austenitic Grades - Bolts, Screws and Studs, Comparison: US and ISO (DIN) Stainless Steels, Selection of Diameters - Tightening Torques, Loads, Comparative International Stainless Steel Grades, Thread Identification Chart (American Standard), Thread Identification Chart (Metric – Coarse/Fine)

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    Table of Content

    Fasteners E Rings for Shafts
    Fasteners External Shafts Rings
    Fasteners Threaded Insert Outer Diameter In The Free State (Metric) Dimensions
    Fasteners Stainless Steel Data Dimensions
    Stainless Steel 303 304 316 Properties
    Mechanical Properties-Austenitic Grades - Bolts, Screws and Studs
    Comparison: US and ISO (DIN) Stainless Steels
    Selection of Diameters - Tightening Torques, Loads
    Comparative International Stainless Steel Grades
    Thread Identification Chart (American Standard)
    Thread Identification Chart (Metric – Coarse/Fine)
    Fasteners Torque Information Dimensions
    General Torque Figures
    Torque – Metric Fasteners
    Torque – Imperial Fasteners
    ISO Metric (Coarse) Threads Dimensions
    Proof Loads For Screws - ISO Metric (Fine) Threads ISO 898/I-1988
    Proof Loads For Nuts (Coarse Thread) - According to DIN 934 and DIN 985
    Proof Loads For Nuts (Fine Thread) - According to DIN 934 and DIN 985
    Chemical Resistance Table For Screws in A2 and A4
    Thread Identification Chart (British)
    Retaining Ring (Heavy Duty ) Series 2160-5160 Specifications
    DIN / ISO / EN Crossover Chart


    Fasteners E Rings for Shafts (Heavy Duty) Series 2144-5144 Specifications Dimensions, Weight Chart & Material Specification & Tolerances / Fasteners E Rings for Shafts (Heavy Duty) Series 2144-5144 Specifications / Fasteners E Rings for Shafts (Heavy Duty) Series 2144-5144 Specifications

    E Rings for Shafts (Heavy Duty) Series 2144-5144 Specifications

    All measurements in millimeters (mm)

    Ring n° d2 d3 ref. s dg d1 m n min. FN Lbr. Fs Lbr. g Fsg Lib. nabl min. lbs
    9 0.074 +0.002 0.206 0.015 +0.002 0.072 +0.001 0.094 0.020 +0.002 0.020 13 51 0.033 50 90000 0.073
    -0.000 -0.002 -0.003 -0.000
    12 0.095 +0.002 0.270 0.015 +0.002 0.093 +0.001 0.125 0.020 +0.002 0.030 25 76 0.033 75 70000 0.125
    -0.000 -0.002 -0.003 -0.000
    15 0.116 +0.002 0.335 0.025 +0.002 0.113 +0.002 0.156 0.029 +0.003 0.040 40 152 0.050 150 60000 0.308
    -0.000 -0.002 -0.003 -0.000
    18 0.147 +0.002 0.375 0.025 +0.002 0.143 +0.003 0.188 0.029 +0.003 0.040 50 183 0.050 180 50000 0.396
    -0.000 -0.002 -0.003 -0.000
    21 0.188 +0.002 0.446 0.025 +0.002 0.182 +0.003 0.219 0.029 +0.003 0.031 50 223 0.050 220 43000 0.506
    -0.002 -0.002 -0.003 -0.000
    25 0.210 +0.002 0.516 0.025 +0.002 0.204 +0.003 0.250 0.029 +0.003 0.040 75 254 0.050 250 38000 0.704
    -0.002 -0.002 -0.003 -0.000
    31 0.250 +0.003 0.588 0.025 +0.002 0.242 +0.003 0.312 0.029 +0.003 0.062 135 305 0.055 300 32000 0.915
    -0.003 -0.002 -0.003 -0.000
    37 0.303 +0.003 0.660 0.035 +0.002 0.292 +0.004 0.375 0.039 +0.003 0.072 190 528 0.055 520 28000 1.525
    -0.003 -0.002 -0.004 -0.000
    43 0.343 +0.003 0.746 0.035 +0.00 0.332 +0.004 0.438 0.039 +0.003 0.094 285 609 0.055 600 24000 2.024
    -0.003 -0.002 -0.004 -0.000
    50 0.396 +0.003 0.810 0.042 +0.002 0.385 +0.004 0.500 0.046 +0.003 0.104 360 832 0.060 820 20000 2.640
    -0.003 -0.002 -0.004 -0.000
    56 0.437 +0.003 0.870 0.042 +0.002 0.430 +0.004 0.562 0.046 +0.003 0.124 480 944 0.060 930 17000 2.904
    -0.003 -0.002 -0.004 -0.000
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    Fasteners External Shafts Rings (Poodle Style) Dimensions, Weight Chart & Material Specification & Tolerances / Fasteners External Shafts Rings (Poodle Style) / Fasteners External Shafts Rings (Poodle Style)

    All measurements in millimeters (mm)

    Ring n° d2 d3 ref. s dg b d1 m n min. FN Lbr. Fs Lbr. g Fsg Lib. nabl min. lbs
    15 0.120 +0.004 0.320 0.035 +0.002 0.110 +0.003 0.042 0.156 0.039 +0.006 0.036 110 457 0.040 250 80000 0.418
    -0.004 -0.002 -0.003 -0.000
    18 0.148 +0.005 0.400 0.035 +0.002 0.140 +0.003 0.048 0.188 0.039 +0.006 0.040 130 609 0.040 270 80000 0.594
    -0.005 -0.002 -0.003 -0.000
    25 0.210 +0.006 0.482 0.035 +0.002 0.188 +0.003 0.058 0.250 0.039 +0.006 0.040 200 914 0.040 310 65000 0.878
    -0.006 -0.002 -0.003 -0.000
    31 0.272 +0.006 0.588 0.042 +0.002 0.250 +0.003 0.074 0.312 0.046 +0.006 0.040 250 1320 0.050 400 65000 1.518
    -0.006 -0.002 -0.003 -0.000
    37 0.331 +0.006 0.680 0.042 +0.002 0.312 +0.004 0.081 0.375 0.046 +0.006 0.044 300 1573 0.050 430 65000 2.002
    -0.006 -0.002 -0.004 -0.000
    43 0.390 +0.008 0.752 0.050 +0.002 0.375 +0.004 0.081 0.438 0.056 +0.006 0.048 400 2233 0.060 600 60000 2.684
    -0.008 -0.002 -0.004 -0.000
    50 0.440 +0.008 0.826 0.050 +0.002 0.406 +0.004 0.097 0.500 0.056 +0.006 0.060 600 2538 0.060 630 50000 3.322
    -0.008 -0.002 -0.004 -0.000
    62 0.531 +0.008 0.966 0.050 +0.002 0.500 +0.005 0.086 0.625 0.056 +0.006 0.094 1100 3045 0.060 720 45000 3.322
    -0.008 -0.002 -0.005 -0.000
    75 0.632 +0.010 1.095 0.062 +0.003 0.594 +0.005 0.095 0.750 0.068 +0.008 0.118 1600 4669 0.065 1000 38000 6.688
    -0.010 -0.003 -0.005 -0.000
    100 0.860 +0.010 1.415 0.078 +0.003 0.812 +0.006 0.113 1.000 0.086 +0.008 0.140 2600 7613 0.065 1800 25000 13.024
    -0.010 -0.003 -0.006 -0.000
    125 1.090 +0.010 1.800 0.093 +0.003 1.032 +0.006 0.180 1.250 0.103 +0.008 0.160 3500 11165 0.065 2750 11000 25.498
    -0.010 -0.003 -0.006 -0.000

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    Fasteners Threaded Insert Outer Diameter In The Free State (Metric) Dimensions, Weight Chart & Material Specification & Tolerances / Fasteners Threaded Insert Outer Diameter In The Free State (Metric) / Fasteners Threaded Insert Outer Diameter In The Free State (Metric)

    Threaded Insert Outer Diameter In The Free State (Metric)

    Nominal
    Diameter
    Pitch
    (mm)
    Drill Bit
    Diameter (mm)
    Drilling Diameter Tap Outer Diameter in Free State
    min. max. Min Outer
    Diameter
    Min Max
    M2 0.4 2.1 2.09 2.18 2.52 2.5 2.7
    M2.5 0.45 2.6 2.60 2.70 3.08 3.3 3.5
    M3 0.5 3.2 3.11 3.22 3.65 3.8 4.0
    M3.5 0.6 3.7 3.63 3.76 4.28 4.55 4.75
    M4 0.7 4.2 4.15 4.29 4.91 5.15 5.35
    M5 0.8 5.2 5.17 5.33 6.04 6.35 6.6
    M6 1.0 6.3 6.22 6.41 7.30 7.6 7.85
    M7 1.0 7.3 7.22 7.41 8.30 8.65 8.9
    M8x1 1.0 8.3 8.22 8.41 9.30 9.85 10.1
    M8 1.25 8.4 8.27 8.48 9.62 9.85 10.1
    M9 1.25 9.4 9.27 9.48 10.62 10.85 11.1
    M10x1 1.0 10.25 10.22 10.41 11.30 12.1 12.5
    M10x1.25 1.25 10.4 10.27 10.48 11.62 12.1 12.5
    M10 1.5 10.5 10.32 10.56 11.95 12.1 12.5
    M11 1.5 11.5 11.32 11.56 12.95 13.1 13.5
    M12x1 1.0 12.3 12.22 12.41 13.30 14.4 14.8
    M12x1.25 1.25 12.4 12.27 12.48 13.62 14.4 14.8
    M12x1.5 1.5 12.5 12.32 12.56 13.95 14.4 14.8
    M12 1.75 12.5 12.38 12.64 14.27 14.4 14.8
    M14x1.25 1.25 14.4 14.27 14.48 15.62 17.2 17.7
    M14x1.5 1.5 14.5 14.32 14.56 15.95 17.2 17.7
    M14 2.0 14.5 14.43 14.73 16.60 17.2 17.7
    M16x1.5 1.5 16.5 16.32 16.56 17.95 19.4 19.9
    M16 2.0 16.5 16.43 16.73 18.60 19.4 19.9
    M18x1.5 1.5 18.5 18.32 18.56 19.95 21.5 22.0
    M18x2 2.0 18.5 18.43 18.73 20.60 21.5 22.0
    M18 2.5 18.75 18.54 18.90 21.25 21.5 22.0
    M20x1.5 1.5 20.5 20.32 20.56 21.95 23.7 24.2
    M20x2 2.0 20.5 20.43 20.73 22.60 23.7 24.2
    M20 2.5 20.75 20.54 20.90 23.25 23.7 24.2
    M22x1.5 1.5 22.5 22.32 22.56 23.95 26.3 26.8
    M22x2 2.0 22.5 22.43 22.73 24.60 26.3 26.8
    M22 2.5 22.75 22.54 22.90 25.25 26.3 26.8
    M24x1.5 1.5 24.5 24.32 24.56 25.95 28.6 29.1
    M24x2 2.0 24.5 24.43 24.73 26.60 28.6 29.1
    M24 3.0 24.75 24.65 25.05 27.90 28.6 29.1
    M26x1.5 1.5 26.5 26.32 26.56 27.95 31.0 31.5
    M27x1.5 1.5 27.5 27.32 27.56 28.95 32.2 32.7
    M27x2 2.0 27.5 27.43 27.73 29.60 32.2 32.7
    M27 3.0 27.75 27.65 28.05 30.90 32.2 32.7
    M28x1.5 1.5 28.5 28.32 28.56 29.95 33.1 33.6
    M30x1.5 1.5 30.5 30.22 30.56 31.95 35.2 35.7
    M30x2 2.0 30.5 30.43 30.73 32.60 35.2 35.7
    M30 3.5 31.0 30.76 31.21 34.55 35.2 35.7
    M33x2 2.0 33.5 33.43 33.73 35.60 38.3 38.8
    M33 3.5 34.0 33.76 34.21 37.55 38.3 38.8
    M34x1.5 1.5 34.5 34.32 34.56 35.95 39.1 39.4
    M36x1.5 1.5 36.5 36.32 36.56 37.95 42.1 42.6
    M36x2 2.0 36.5 36.43 36.73 38.60 42.1 42.6
    M36x3 3.0 37.0 36.65 37.05 39.90 42.1 42.6
    M36 4.0 37.0 36.87 37.34 41.20 42.1 42.6
    M39x3 3.0 40.0 39.65 40.05 42.90 45.1 45.6
    M39 4.0 40.0 39.87 40.34 44.20 45.1 45.6
    M42x3 3.0 43.0 42.65 43.05 45.90 48.5 49.0
    M42 4.5 43.0 42.98 43.50 47.85 48.5 49.0
    M45x3 3.0 46.0 45.65 46.05 48.90 52.00 52.5
    M45 4.5 46.0 45.98 46.50 50.85 53.5 54.0
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    Fasteners Stainless Steel Data Dimensions, Weight Chart & Material Specification & Tolerances / Fasteners Stainless Steel Data / Fasteners Stainless Steel Data

    Stainless Steel Data

    Designation System for Stainless Steel (ISO 3506 1979)

    Composition Groups Austenitic Ferritic Martensitic
    Identification of Steel Grades A1, A2, A4 F1 C1, C4 C3
    Property Class 50 70 80 45 60 50 70 80
    Soft Cold-Worked High-Strength Soft Cold-Worked Soft Hardened

    and

    Tempered

    Hardened

    and

    Tempered

    Stainless Steel Properties

    Extract from DIN 267 Part 11 – Chemical Composition of austenitic chromium-nickels steels in % by weight

    Austenitic

    Grade

    Material No. to AISI C Si Mn P S Cr Mo Ni
    A1 303 0.12 1.0 2.0 0.20 0.15 to 0.35 17.0 to 19.0 0.6 8.0 to 10.0
    A2 304 0.08 1.0 2.0 0.05 0.03 17.0 to 20.0 8.0 to 13.0
    A4 316 0.08 1.0 2.0 0.05 0.03 16.0 to 18.5 2.0 to 3.0 10.0 to 14.4
    • Maximum values unless otherwise stated.
    • Types A2 and A4 may contain up to a maximum of 4% copper.
    • The selection of steel grades within a group is the prerogative of the manufacturer, unless the purchaser has specified particular steels to ISO or national standards.
    • Different grades of steel may be used as long as all physical and mechanical properties and the corresponding corrosion resistance of the finished product are achieved. Only when all these conditions are fulfilled may finished articles be marked in accordance with DIN 267 Part 11.

    Mechanical Properties-Austenitic Grades

    Bolts, Screws and Studs

    Grade Property

    Class

    Tensile Strength Rm MPa

    (N/mm2) minimum

    Yield Stress Rp 0.2 Mpa

    (N/mm2) minimum

    Elongation AL Minimum Diameter Range
    A2

    and

    A4

    70 700 450 0.4d =<M20
    80 800 600 0.3d =<M20

    Comparison: US and ISO (DIN) Stainless Steels

    Tensile Load

    A2 and A4 as compared to 304 and 316 Percent difference from US – Stainless Steel
    up to M20 44% higher
    M22 and over 6% lower

    Selection of Diameters - Tightening Torques, Loads

    Guideline values for screws in steel groups A2-70 and A4-70 with standard metric threads to DIN 13

    Diameter Load 1)Force at 0.2% yield point N Initial Stressing ForceN Tightening Torque

    Nm

    Force in service N
    Axial Static Axial Dynamic Radial Static or Dynamic
    M3 2250 1420 0.9 610 360 120
    M4 3960 2490 2.2 1070 640 210
    M5 6390 4030 4.3 1730 1040 350
    M6 9040 5700 7.3 2440 1470 490
    M8 16470 10380 17.7 4450 2670 890
    M10 26100 16440 35.5 7050 4230 1410
    M12 37930 23900 61.3 10240 6150 2050
    M16 70650 44510 147.1 19080 11450 3820
    M20 110250 69460 285.1 29770 17860 5950
    1)The values correspond to 100% of the 0.2%

    Notes on application:

    • When selecting the correct screw diameter it should be ensured that the total load on the screw does not exceed 90% of the standardized 0.2% yield stress. Care should be taken to ensure correct initial tensioning, with a torque wrench wherever possible.

    • Experience has shown that a utilization of 70% of the total load is reasonable average for the initial stressing force to allow additional forces in service to be taken up.

    **The table above is only intended as an aid for quick comparison**

    Comparative International Stainless Steel Grades

    British French German Italian Japanese Swedish USA
    304S21 Z12CN17.08 1.4310 X12CrNi 17 07 SUS301 14 23 31 301
    304S31 SUS302 14 23 32 302
    304S15304S16 Z8CN18.09 1.4301 X5CrNi 18 10 SUS301 14 23 33 304
    304S11 Z2CN18.10 1.4306 X2CrNi 18 11 SUS304L 14 23 52 304L
    305S19 Z8CN18.12 X8CrNi 18 12 SUS305 305
    309S24 Z15CN24.13 X16CrNi 23 14 SUS309 309
    310S24 Z12CN25.20 1.4845 Z22CrNi 25 20 SUS310S 14 23 61 310
    315S16 14 23 40
    316S31316S33 Z6CND17.11 1.44011.4436 X8CrNiMo 17 13 SUS316 14 23 4314 23 47 316
    316S11316S13 Z2CND17.12 1.44041.4435 X2CrNiMo 17 12 SUS316L 14 23 5314 23 48 316L
    317S12 Z2CND19.15 1.4435 X2CrNiMo 18 16 SUS317L 14 23 67 317L
    317S16 1.4436 SUS317 14 23 66 317
    320S31320S33 Z8CND17.12 1.45711.4573 14 23 50
    321S31 Z6CNT18.12 1.4541 X6CrNiTi 18 11 SUS321 14 23 37 321
    347S31 Z6CNNb18.11 1.4558 X6CrNiNb 18 11X8CrNiNb 18 11 SUS347 14 23 38 347
    403S17 Z6C13 1.4000 X6Cr13 SUS403 14 23 01 403
    405S17 Z6CA13 1.4002 Z6CrA1 13 SUS405 405
    409S19 1.4512 409
    430S17 Z8C17 1.4016 X8Cr 17 SUS430 14 23 20 430
    434S17 Z8CD17.01 1.4113 X8CrMo 17 SUS434 14 23 25 434
    410S21 Z12C13 1.40061.4024 X12Cr 13 SUS410 13 23 02 410
    410S45 Z30C13 X30Cr 13 SUS420JS 14 23 04 420
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    Fasteners Thread Identification Chart (American Standard) Dimensions, Weight Chart & Material Specification & Tolerances / Fasteners Thread Identification Chart (American Standard) / Fasteners Thread Identification Chart (American Standard)

    Basic Major Diameter
    Nom Dia. Threads Per Inch
    Inch mm UNC UNF UNEF UNM
    .0118 0.30
    .0118 0.30 0.30 318
    .0138 0.35 0.35 282
    .0146 0.37
    .0157 0.40 0.40 254
    .0165 0.42
    .0177 0.45 0.45 254
    .0189 0.48
    .0197 0.50 0.50 203
    .0209 0.53 160
    .0213 0.54
    .0217 0.55 0.55 203
    .0236 0.60 0.60 169
    .0244 0.62
    .0276 0.70 0.70 145
    .0311 0.79
    .0315 0.80 0.80 127
    .0340 0.86 120
    .0354 0.90 0.90 113
    .0394 1.00 1.00 102
    .0433 1.10 1.10 102
    .0470 1.19 90 96
    .0472 1.20 1.20
    .0512 1.30
    .0551 1.40 1.40 85
    .0591 1.50
    .0600 1.52 80
    .0629 1.60
    .0669 1.70
    .0709 1.80
    .0730 1.85 #1 64 72
    .0748 1.90
    .0787 2.00
    .0860 2.18 #2 56 64
    .0866 2.20
    .0906 2.30
    .0984 2.50
    .0990 2.51 #3 48 56
    .1024 2.60
    .1102 2.80
    .1120 2.84 #4 40 48
    .1181 3.00
    .1250 3.18 #5 40 44
    .1260 3.20
    .1380 3.50 #6 32 40
    .1417 3.60
    .1575 4.00
    .1614 4.10
    .1640 4.17 #8 32 36
    .1772 4.50
    .1850 4.70
    .1875 4.76
    .1900 4.83 #10 24 32
    .1969 5.00
    .2087 5.30
    .2160 5.49 #12 24 28 32
    .2165 5.50
    .2188 5.56
    .2362 6.00
    .2500 6.35 1/4 20 28 32
    .2756 7.00
    .2812 7.14
    .3125 7.94 5/16 18 24 32
    .3125 7.94 1/16 27
    .3150 8.00
    .3543 9.00
    .3750 9.53 3/8 16 24 32
    .3830 9.73
    .3937 10.00
    .4050 10.29 1/8 27
    .4331 11.00
    .4375 11.11 7/16 14 20 28
    .4724 12.00
    .5000 12.70 1/2 13 20 28
    .5180 13.16
    .5400 13.72 1/4 18
    .5512 14.00
    .5625 14.29 9/16 12 18 24
    .6250 15.88 5/8 11 18 24
    .6299 16.00
    .6560 16.66
    .6750 17.15 3/8 18
    .6875 17.46 11/16 24
    .7087 18.00
    .7500 19.05 3/4 10 16 20
    .7874 20.00
    .8125 20.64 13/16 20
    .8250 20.96
    .8400 21.34 1/2 14
    .8661 22.00
    .8750 22.23 7/8 9 14 20
    .9020 22.91
    .9375 23.81 15/16 20
    .9449 24.00
    1.0000 25.40 1 8 14 20
    1.0236 26.00
    1.0410 26.44
    1.0500 26.67 3/4 14
    1.0625 26.99 1 1/16 18
    1.0630 27.00
    1.1250 28.58 1 1/8 7 12 18
    1.1811 30.00
    1.1875 30.16 1 3/16 18
    1.1890 30.20
    1.2500 31.75 1 1/4 7 12 18
    1.2598 32.00
    1.2992 33.00
    1.3090 33.25
    1.3125 33.34 1 5/16 18
    1.3150 33.40 1 11 1/2
    1.3750 34.93 1 3/8 6 12 18
    1.3780 35.00
    1.4173 36.00
    1.4375 36.51 1 7/16 18
    1.4920 37.90
    1.4961 38.00
    1.5000 38.10 1 1/2 6 12 18
    1.5354 39.00
    1.5625 39.69 1 9/16 18
    1.5748 40.00
    1.6250 41.28 1 5/8 18
    1.6500 41.91
    1.6535 42.00
    1.6600 42.16 1 1/4 11 1/2
    1.6875 42.86 1 11/16 18
    1.7450 44.32
    UNC-Unified National Course
    UNF-Unified National FineUNEF-Unified National Extra Fine
    UNM-Unified National Miniature

    NPT-National Pipe Tapered

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    Fasteners Thread Identification Chart (Metric – Coarse/Fine) Dimensions, Weight Chart & Material Specification & Tolerances / Fasteners Thread Identification Chart (Metric – Coarse/Fine) / Fasteners Thread Identification Chart (Metric – Coarse/Fine)

    Thread Identification Chart (Metric – Coarse/Fine)

    A screw thread in conformity with this International Standard is designated by the letter M followed by the values of the nominal diameter and of the pitch expressed in millimetres separated by the sign x.

    Example : M 8 x 1.0 (Fine pitch 1.0)

    The absence of the indication of pitch means that the coarse pitch is specified.
    Example : M 8 (Coarse pitch 1.25)
    The words “coarse” and “fine” are given in order to conform to usage. No concept of quality however, is associated with these words. “Coarse” pitches are the largest metric pitches used. For the diameter selected, choose one of the pitches shown on the corresponding line.
    Basic Major Diameter Nominal Diameter

    (mm)

    STD Pitch in mm
    Inch mm Coarse Fine M Taper
    .0118 0.30 0.30 X 0.075
    .0118 0.30 0.30 * 0.080
    .0138 0.35 0.35 ** 0.090
    .0146 0.37
    .0157 0.40 0.40 *X 0.100
    .0165 0.42
    .0177 0.45 0.45 ** 0.100
    .0189 0.48
    .0197 0.50 0.50 *X 0.125
    .0209 0.53
    .0213 0.54
    .0217 0.55 0.55 ** 0.125
    .0236 0.60 0.60 *X 0.150
    .0244 0.62
    .0276 0.70 0.70 0.175
    .0311 0.79
    .0315 0.80 0.80 *X 0.200
    .0340 0.86
    .0354 0.90 0.90 **X 0.225
    .0394 1.00 1.00 *X 0.250 0.2
    .0433 1.10 1.10 ** 0.250 0.2
    .0470 1.19
    .0472 1.20 1.20 *X 0.250 0.2
    .0512 1.30
    .0551 1.40 1.40 **X 0.300 0.2
    .0591 1.50 1.50 0.300
    .0600 1.52
    .0629 1.60 1.60 * 0.350 0.2
    .0669 1.70 1.70 X 0.350 0.2,0.25
    .0709 1.80 1.80 ** 0.350 0.2
    .0730 1.85
    .0748 1.90
    .0787 2.00 2.00 *X 0.400 0.25,0.35
    .0860 2.18
    .0866 2.20 2.20 ** 0.450 0.25
    .0906 2.30 2.30 X 0.400 0.25,0.35
    .0984 2.50 2.50 * 0.45 0.35
    .0990 2.51
    .1024 2.60 2.60 X 0.45 0.25,0.35
    .1102 2.80
    .1120 2.84
    .1181 3.00 3.00 *X 0.50 0.35
    .1250 3.18
    .1260 3.20
    .1380 3.50 3.50 **X 0.60 0.35,0.5
    .1417 3.60
    .1575 4.00 4.00 *X 0.70 0.5,0.75
    .1614 4.10
    .1640 4.17
    .1772 4.50 4.50 ** 0.75 0.5
    .1850 4.70
    .1875 4.76
    .1900 4.83
    .1969 5.00 5.00 *X 0.80 0.5, 0.75, 0.90
    .2087 5.30
    .2160 5.49
    .2165 5.50 5.50 *** 0.90 0.5
    .2188 5.56
    .2362 6.00 6.00 *X 1.00 0.5, 0.75
    .2500 6.35
    .2756 7.00 7.00 ***X 1.00 0.5, 0.75
    .2812 7.14
    .3125 7.94
    .3125 7.94
    .3150 8.00 8.00 *X 1.25 0.5, 0.75, 1
    .3543 9.00 9.00 ***X 1.25 0.75, 1
    .3750 9.53
    .3830 9.73 1
    .3937 10.00 10.00 *X 1.5 0.75, 1, 1.25
    .4050 10.29
    .4331 11.00 11.00 ***X 1.5 0.75, 1, 1.25
    .4375 11.11
    .4724 12.00 12.00 *X 1.75 1, 1.25, 1.5 1.5
    .5000 12.70
    .5180 13.16
    .5400 13.72
    .5512 14.00 14.00 **X 2.00 1, 1.25, 1.5
    .5625 14.29
    .6250 15.88
    .6299 16.00 16.00 *X 2.00 1, 1.5 1.5
    .6560 16.66
    .6750 17.15
    .6875 17.46
    .7087 18.00 18.00 **X 2.5 1, 1.5, 2 1.5
    .7500 19.05
    .7874 20.00 20 *X 2.5 1, 1.5, 2 1.5
    .8125 20.64
    .8250 20.96
    .8400 21.34
    .8661 22.00 22 **X 2.5 1, 1.5, 2 1.5
    .8750 22.23
    .9020 22.91
    .9375 23.81
    .9449 24.00 24 *X 3 1, 1.5, 2
    1.0000 25.40
    1.0236 26.00 26 ***X 1.5 1.5
    1.041011 26.44
    1.0500 26.67
    1.0625 26.99
    1.0630 27.00 27 **X 3 1, 1.5, 2
    1.1250 28.58
    1.1811 30.00 30 *X 3.5 1, 1.5, 2, 3
    1.1875 30.16
    1.1890 30.20
    1.2500 31.75
    1.2598 32.00 32 ***X 1.5, 2
    1.2992 33.00 33 **X 3.5 1.5, 2, 3
    1.3090 33.25
    1.3125 33.34
    1.3150 33.40
    1.3750 34.93
    1.3780 35.00 35 ***X 1.5
    1.4173 36.00 36 *X 4 1.5, 2, 3
    1.4375 36.51
    1.4920 37.90 1.5
    1.4961 38.00 38 ***X
    1.5000 38.10
    1.5354 39.00 39 **X 4 1.5, 2, 3
    1.5625 39.69
    1.5748 40.00 40 ***X 1.5, 2, 3
    1.6250 41.28
    1.6500 41.91
    1.6535 42.00 42 *X 4.5 1.5, 2, 3, 4
    1.6600 42.16
    1.6875 42.86
    1.7450 44.32
    * ISO Standard-1st Choice

    ** ISO Standard-2nd Choice

    *** ISO Standard-3rd Choice

    X DIN (German Standard)

    *All information is strictly informative

    Fasteners Torque Information Dimensions, Weight Chart & Material Specification & Tolerances / Fasteners Torque Information / Fasteners Torque Information

    Two major points have to be accounted for when installing a fastener.

    • 1. Inaccuracy of torque wrench tightening method can range anywhere from ±17 to ±23%
    • 2. The friction coefficient changes when using lubrication on the thread.

    1. Inaccuracy of tightening method

    A torque wrench has a “scatter” (tolerance) of ±17% to ±23%. We must account for this in order not to over-tighten the fastener.

    Example:
    • A M30-12.9 fastener has a maximum tightening torque of 2,280 Nm, based on a friction coefficient of 0.125 (zinc plated)
    • Maximum torque: 2,280Nm (= 123%) (or 117%)
    • Mean torque if scatter is +23% = 2,280 / 1.23 = 1,854 Nm
    • Minimum torque if scatter is +23% = 1,854 x 0.77 = 1,428 Nm

    Torque should be set to 1,854 Nm (mean torque) on the torque wrench

    The accuracy of the tightening method needs to be accounted for, in order to not over-tighten the fastener.

    2. Friction coefficient

    The surface condition of a fastener may change the torque that can be applied and needs to be accounted for.

    Friction coefficients for standard finish fasteners

    Surface Condition Lubrication Condition
    Screw Nut Oiled MoS2-Paste
    – no treatment – phosphate – no treatment 0.12-0.18 0.05-0.10
    – electroplated appx. 8 μm – electroplated appx. 5 μm 0.12-0.18
    – dacromet-coated 6-8 μm – dacromet-coated 6-8 μm 0.10-0.14
    Example: A M30-12.9 fastener using MoS2 paste.

    • A M30-12.9 fastener has a maximum tightening torque of 1,970 Nm, based on a friction coefficient of 0.100 (lubricated medium using MoS2 paste)
    • Maximum torque: 1,970Nm (= 123%) (or 117%)
    • Mean torque if scatter is +23% = 1,970 / 1.23 = 1,602 Nm
    • Minimum torque if scatter is +23% = 1,602 x 0.77 = 1,234 Nm

    Torque should be set to 1,602 Nm (mean torque) on the torque wrench

    The accuracy of the tightening method, as well as the change in friction, needs to be accounted for in order not to over-tighten the fastener.

    General Torque Figures

    A torque value will be influenced by the fastening methods and tools used. The only way to determine an exact torque value is by actual application. The following figures are general guidelines only.

    Figures in ft. lbs.

    Thread Diameter Property Class
    8.8 10.9 12.9
    M3 0.80 1.1 1.3
    M4 1.8 2.6 3.1
    M5 3.6 5.1 6.2
    M6 7 10 12
    M8 17 25 29
    M10 33 48 58
    M12 60 85 102
    M14 97 137 165
    M16 150 208 250
    M18 201 287 342
    M20 282 398 479
    M22 390 552 664
    M24 499 750 843
    M27 746 1051 1266
    M30 982 1383 1657
    M33 1331 1875 2250
    M36 1717 2407 2895
    M39 2220 3120 3750
    M42 2737 3840 4638
    M45 3390 4762 5722
    M48 4095 5775 6825
    M52 5250 7387 9000
    M56 6547 9225 11280
    M60 8175 11475 13800
    M64 9900 13950 17175
    M68 12000 16950 20100
    M72 14250 20100 24000
    M76 16800 23625 28350
    M80 19725 27600 33375
    M85 24000 33225 40125
    M90 28350 38925 47700
    M95 33450 46875 56250
    M100 39000 54750 66000

    Torque – Metric Fasteners

    Diameter Recommended Seating Torque (NM) Proof Torque min. (NM)
    ISO 4762DIN 912 DIN 7984 ISO 10642DIN 7991 ISO 7380 ISO 7379 ISO 4014/ 4017DIN 931 / DIN 933 ISO 4162 ISO4026 / 4027 4028 / 4029
    Socket CapScrews Low HeadSocket Cap

    Screws

    Flat HeadCountersunk

    Socket Cap

    Screws

    Button HeadSocket Cap

    Screws

    SocketShoulder

    Screws

    Hexagon HeadCap Screws Hexagon FlangeScrews Socket SetScrews
    10.9 12.9 10.9 10.9 12.9 10.9 12.9 12.9 10.9 12.9 10.9 12.9 45H
    M1.6 0.25 0.30
    M2 0.50 0.63
    M2.5 1.03 1.27
    M3 1.83 2.20 1.15 1.15 1.35 1.15 1.35 0.90
    M4 4.27 4.83 2.70 2.70 3.10 2.70 3.10 2.50
    M5 8.64 10.0 5.40 5.40 6.10 5.40 6.10 8.64 10.0 8.64 10.0 5.00
    M6 14.7 16.8 9.15 9.15 10.5 9.15 10.5 5.6 14.7 16.8 14.7 16.8 8.50
    M6.5 5.6
    M8 35.6 41.0 22.0 22.0 26.0 22.0 26.0 9.6 35.6 41.0 35.6 41.0 20.0
    M10 70.6 81.0 44.0 44.0 52.0 44.0 52.0 25 70.6 81.0 70.6 81.0 40.0
    M12 123 142 77.0 77.0 90.0 77.0 90.0 51 123 142 123 142 65.0
    M13 51
    M14 195 226 122 122 143 australianpharmall.com 195 226 195 226 65.0
    M16 305 350 190 190 225 190 225 92 305 350 305 350 160
    M18 420 485 262 420 485 310
    M20 596 685 371 370 440 245 596 685 310
    M22 811 930 811 930
    M24 1031 1180 1031 1180
    M25 485
    M27 1508 1730 1508 1730
    M30 2048 2380 2048 2380
    M33 2787 3262
    M36 3580 4190
    M39 4633 5420

    Torque – Imperial Fasteners

    Diameter Recommended Seating Torque (in-lb) Proof Torque min. (in-lb)
    ASME B18.3 ASME B18.2.1 IFI-111 ASME B18.3
    Socket CapScrews Low HeadSocket Cap

    Screws

    Flat HeadCountersunk

    Socket Cap

    Screws

    Button HeadSocket Cap

    Screws

    Socket Shoulder Screws Hexagon HeadCap Screws SAE J429

    Grade 8

    Hexagon FlangeScrews SAE J429

    Grade 8

    Socket SetScrews
    #0 2.26 1.42 1.42 1.1
    #1 4.01 2.52 2.52 2.1
    #2 6.65 4.18 4.18 2.1
    #3 10.1 6.33 6.33 6.0
    #4 14.1 8.88 8.88 8.88 6.0
    #5 20.8 13.1 13.1 13.1 11
    #6 26.2 16.5 16.5 16.5 11
    #8 48.0 30.1 30.1 30.1 23
    #10 69.5 43.7 43.7 43.7 40
    1/4 166 104 104 104 35 134 134 94
    5/16 342 215 215 215 90 277 277 183
    3/8 608 382 382 382 200 491 491 317
    7/16 973 611 611 785 785 502
    1/2 1484 931 931 931 363 1202 1202 750
    9/16 1732 1732
    5/8 2792 1722 1722 1722 922 2386 2386 1460
    3/4 4952 3054 1864 4225 4225 2520
    7/8 7991 4928 6823 5750
    1 11979 7388 3443 10226 8000
    1-1/8 16968 10464 14485
    1-1/4 23944 14766 5637 20442
    1-3/8 31394 19360 26806
    1-1/2 41611 25692 12002 35573
    *All information is strictly informative
    ISO Metric (Coarse) Threads Dimensions, Weight Chart & Material Specification & TolerancesISO Metric (Coarse) Threads / ISO Metric (Coarse) Threads

    ISO Metric (Coarse) Threads Dimensions, Weight Chart & Material Specification & Tolerances

    ISO Metric (Coarse) Threads ISO 898/I-1988

    Nominal Diameter Of Thread d(mm) Pitch
    P(mm)
    Nomincal Stress Area
    As (mm2)
    Property Class
    3.6 4.6 4.8 5.6 5.8 6.8 8.8 9.8 10.9 12.9
    Proof Load (As . Ap),N
    3 0.50 5.03 910 1130 1560 1410 1910 2210 2920 3270 4180 4880
    3.5 0.60 6.78 1220 1530 2100 1900 2580 2980 3940 4410 5630 6580
    4 0.70 8.78 1580 1980 2770 2460 3340 3860 5100 5710 7290 8520
    5 0.80 14.20 2560 3200 4400 3980 5400 6250 8230 9230 11800 13800
    6 1.00 20.10 3620 4520 6230 5630 7640 8840 11600 13100 16700 19500
    7 1.00 28.90 5200 6500 8920 8090 11000 12700 16800 18800 24000 28000
    8 1.25 36.60 6590 8240 11400 10200 13900 16100 21200 23800 30400 35500
    10 1.50 58.00 10400 13000 18000 16200 22000 25500 33700 37700 48100 56300
    12 1.75 84.30 15200 19000 26100 23600 32000 37100 489001) 54800 70000 81800
    14 2.00 115 20700 25900 35600 32200 43700 50600 667001) 74800 95500 112000
    16 2.00 157 28300 35300 48700 44000 59700 69100 910001) 102000 130000 152000
    18 2.50 192 34600 43200 59500 53800 73000 84500 11500 159000 186000
    20 2.50 245 44100 55100 76000 68600 93100 108000 147000 203000 238000
    22 2.50 303 54500 68200 93900 84800 115000 133000 182000 252000 294000
    24 3.00 353 63500 79400 109000 98800 134000 155000 212000 293000 342000
    27 3.00 459 82600 103000 142000 128000 174000 202000 275000 381000 445000
    30 3.50 561 101000 126000 174000 157000 213000 247000 337000 466000 544000
    33 3.50 694 125000 156000 215000 194000 264000 305000 416000 570000 673000
    36 4.00 817 147000 184000 253000 229000 310000 359000 490000 678000 792000
    39 4.00 976 176000 220000 303000 273000 371000 429000 586000 810000 947000

    1)For structural steel screws 50700,68800 and 94500 N

    Proof Loads For Screws

    ISO Metric (Fine) Threads ISO 898/I-1988

    Nominal Diameter Of Thread d(mm) Pitch
    P(mm)
    Nomincal Stress Area
    As (mm2)
    Property Class
    3.6 4.6 4.8 5.6 5.8 6.8 8.8 9.8 10.9 12.9
    Proof Load (As . Ap),N
    8 1.00 39.2 7060 8820 12200 11000 14900 17200 22700 25500 32500 38000
    10 1.25 61.2 11000 13800 19000 17100 23300 26900 33500 39800 50800 59400
    12 1.25 92.1 16600 20700 28600 25800 35000 40500 53400 59900 76300 89300
    14 1.50 125 22500 28100 38800 35000 47500 55000 72500 81200 104000 121000
    16 1.50 167 30100 27600 51800 46800 63500 73500 96900 109000 139000 162000
    18 1.50 216 38900 48600 67000 60500 82100 95000 130000 179000 210000
    20 1.50 272 49000 61200 84300 76200 103000 120000 163000 226000 264000
    22 1.50 333 59900 74900 103000 93200 126000 146000 200000 276000 323000
    24 2.00 384 69100 86400 119000 108000 146000 169000 230000 319000 372000
    27 2.00 496 89300 112000 154000 139000 188000 218000 298000 412000 481000
    30 2.00 621 112000 140000 192000 171000 236000 273000 373000 515000 602000
    33 2.00 761 137000 171000 236000 213000 289000 335000 457000 632000 738000
    36 3.00 865 156000 195000 268000 242000 329000 381000 519000 718000 838000
    39 3.00 1030 185000 232000 319000 288000 391000 453000 618000 855000 999000

    Proof Loads For Nuts (Coarse Thread)

    According to DIN 934 and DIN 985 (Ref. DIN 267/4)

    Thread
    Size
    Pitch
    P(mm)
    Nominal Stress Area of Test Mandrel As mm2 Property Class
    4 5 6 8 10 12
    Proof Load (As * Sp), in N
    M3 0.50 5.03 2500 3000 4000 5000 6000
    M3.5 0.60 6.78 3400 4050 5400 6800 8150
    M4 0.70 8.78 4400 5250 7000 8750 10500
    M5 0.80 14.2 7100 8500 11400 11400 17000
    M6 1.00 20.1 10000 12000 16000 20000 24000
    M7 1.00 28.9 14500 17300 23000 29000 34700
    M8 1.25 36.6 18300 22000 29000 36500 43000
    M10 1.50 58.0 29000 35000 46000 58000 69500
    M12 1.75 84.5 42100 50500 67000 84000 100000
    M14 2.00 115 57500 69000 92000 115000 138000
    M16 2.00 157 78500 94000 126000 157000 188000
    M18 2.50 192 76800 96000 115000 154000 192000 230000
    M20 2.50 245 98000 122000 147000 196000 245000 294000
    M22 2.50 303 121000 151000 182000 242000 303000 364000
    M24 3.00 353 141000 176000 212000 282000 353000 423000
    M27 3.00 459 184000 230000 276000 367000 459000 550000
    M30 3.50 561 224000 280000 336000 448000 561000 673000
    M33 3.50 694 277000 347000 416000 555000 694000 833000
    M36 4.00 817 327000 408000 490000 653000 817000 980000
    M39 4.00 976 390000 488000 585000 780000 976000 1170000
    The above proof loads are also valid for nuts where the property class marking is enclosed by two vertical lines |8|Conversion Factor: 1N = 0.2248 lb.

    Proof Loads For Nuts (Fine Thread)

    According to DIN 934 and DIN 985 (Ref. DIN 267/4)

    Thread
    Size
    Pitch
    P(mm)
    Nominal Stress Area of Test Mandrel As mm2 Property Class
    5 6 8 10 12
    Proof Load (As * Sp), in N
    M8 1.00 39.2 19600 23500 31000 39000 47000
    M10 1.00 64.5 32200 38700 51500 64500 77500
    M10 1.25 61.2 30600 37000 49000 61000 73500
    M12 1.25 92.1 46000 55000 74000 92000 110000
    M12 1.50 88.1 44000 53000 70000 88000 106000
    M14 1.50 125 62200 75000 100000 125000 150000
    M16 1.50 167 83500 100000 134000 167000 200000
    M18 1.50 216 108000 129000 173000 216000 259000
    M18 2.00 204 102000 122000 163000 204000 245000
    M20 1.50 272 136000 163000 218000 272000 326000
    M20 2.00 258 129000 155000 206000 258000 310000
    M22 1.50 333 166000 200000 266000 333000 400000
    M22 2.00 318 159000 191000 254000 318000 382000
    M24 2.00 384 192000 230000 307000 384000 460000
    M27 2.00 496 248000 298000 397000 496000 595000
    M30 2.00 621 310000 373000 497000 621000 745000
    M33 2.00 761 380000 456000 608000 761000 914000
    M36 3.00 865 432000 519000 692000 865000 1040000
    M39 3.00 1030 501000 618000 825000 1030000 1240000
    The above proof loads are also valid for nuts where the property class marking is enclosed by two vertical lines |8| Conversion
    Factor: 1N = 0.2248 lb.
    *All information is strictly informative

    Fasteners Chemical Resistance Table For Screws in A2 and A4 Dimensions, Weight Chart & Material Specification & Tolerances / Fasteners Chemical Resistance Table For Screws in A2 and A4 / Fasteners Chemical Resistance Table For Screws in A2 and A4 / Chemical Resistance Table For Screws in A2 and A4

    Chemical Resistance Table For Screws in A2 and A4

    Classification of corrosion resistance:

    • 0 = resistant (but see L)
    • 1 = slight attack, usable in certain areas
    • 2 = hardly any resistance at all, practically unusable
    • 3 = no resistance
    • L = danger of pitting even in resistant class

    Corrosive Agent Concentration Temp °C Material
    A2 A4
    Effluent water (with traces of sulphuric acid) up to 40° 0 0
    Acetone
    CH3COCH3
    all concentrations 20° 0 0
    Acetyl chloride
    Ch3CoCl
    boiling 1 0
    Aluminium
    Al
    molten 750° 3 3
    Aluminium Chloride L
    Al Cl3,6H2O
    5% 50° 2 1
    Formic Acid
    H•COOH
    10%
    15%
    100%
    20°
    20°
    20°
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    Ammonia
    NH3
    0 0
    Ammonium chloride (sal ammoniac) L
    NH4OH
    10%
    25%
    50%
    cold and hot saturated
    boiling
    boiling
    boiling
    20°
    boiling
    0
    1
    2
    0
    2
    0
    1
    1
    0
    1
    Ammonium hydroxide
    NH4OH
    all 20°
    boiling
    0 0
    Ammonium perchlorate L
    NH4CIO4
    10% 20°
    boiling
    0
    0
    0
    0
    Aniline
    C6H7NH2
    20° 0 0
    Malic acid
    (COOH)2CH2CH OH
    up to 50% 20° 0 0
    Cider 20° 0 0
    Ethyl alcohol (ethanol)
    C2H5OH
    all concentrations 20° 0 0
    Ethyl ether
    (C2H5)2•O
    boiling 0 0
    Atmosphere 0 0
    Petrol all concentrations 20° 0 0
    Benzoic acid
    C6H5CO O OH
    all concentrations 20° 0 0
    Beer 20° 0 0
    Blood 0 0
    Spirits 20° 0 0
    Bromine Br L 20°
    boiling
    3
    3
    3
    3
    Buttermilk 20° 0 0
    Butyric acid
    C3H7COOh
    100% 20° 0 0
    Chlorine Cl
    Gas
    in dry state
    Gas
    in moist state
    L

    20°

    20°

    100°

    0

    3

    3

    0

    3

    3

    Chloride of lime L
    Ca (IO)2, CaO, 2 H2O
    Bleaching solution
    dry
    moist
    2.5g Cl/l
    20°
    20°
    20°
    0
    1
    1
    0
    1
    0
    Chloroform
    CH CL3
    water free 20° 0 0
    Chlorine water L
    =cold water saturated with water
    20° 1 1
    Hydrogen chloride gas L
    HCI



    20°
    50°
    100°
    400°
    1
    1
    2
    3
    1
    1
    1
    3
    Chromic oxide
    CrO3
    10% pure
    50% pure
    20°
    20°
    0
    1
    0
    1
    Ferrogallic ink L 20° 0 0
    Iron phosphate solution, bonder process 98° 0 0
    Mineral oil 20° 0 0
    Vinegar = spirit vinegar 20° 0 0
    Acetic acid
    CH3COOH
    10%
    50%
    20°
    20°
    0
    0
    0
    0
    Glacial acetic acide boiling 100% 20°
    boiling
    0
    1
    0
    1
    Acetic acid + hydrogen peroxide
    CH3COOH + H2O2
    10 u. 50% 20°
    50°
    90°
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    Dyer’s bath alkaline or neutral organically acid slightly
    sulphuric acid or organically acid + sulphuric acid
    (H2SO4
    below 1%)

    20°
    boiling
    boiling20°
    boiling
    0
    0
    00
    1
    0
    0
    00
    Oleic acid
    C17H33COOH
    30 bar technical 150° 0 0
    Oleic acid + traces
    H2SO4
    hot 2 1
    Meat 0 0
    Hydrofluoric acid = hydrogen fluoride
    H2 F2
    40% 20° 3 3
    Fruit juices and fruit acids 20° 0 0
    Vegetables boiling 0 0
    Tannic acid = tannin 5% 20° 0 0
    Glycerin
    C3 H5 (OH)3
    conc. 20°
    boiling
    0
    0
    0
    0
    Pit water acid 20° 0 0
    Urine L 20° 0 0
    Iodine I L dry
    moist
    20°
    20°
    0
    1
    0
    0
    Coffee 20°
    boiling
    0
    0
    0
    0
    Potassium aluminium sulphate = alum
    KAL(SO4)2,
    12H2O)
    10% 20° 0 0
    Potassium chloride L
    K Cl
    hot
    saturated
    20°
    boiling
    0
    0
    0
    0
    Potassium ferricyanide = red prussiate of potash
    K3(Fe[CN]6)
    0 0 0
    Potassium ferrocyanide = yellow prussiate or potash
    K4[Fe(CN)6],
    3 H2O)
    20°
    boiling
    0
    0
    0
    0
    Potassium hydroxide = caustic potash solution 20% 20° 0 0
    Caustic potash
    KOH
    50% 20° 0 0
    Corrosive Agent Concentration Temp °C Material
    A2 A4
    Potassium permanganate
    K Mn O4
    all concentrations 20°
    boiling
    0
    0
    0
    0
    Calcium chloride L
    CaCL2, 6H2O
    cold saturated 20° 0 0
    Calcium hydroxide
    Ca(OH)2 = milk of lime
    20° 0 0
    Cheese 20% 0 0
    Carbon dioxide = carbonic acid CO2 dry
    moist
    hot
    hot
    0
    0
    0
    0
    Carbon tetrachloride C CL4 water free 20° 0 0
    Aqua regia L
    H CL + HNO3
    20° 3 3
    Cupric sulphate
    CuSO4, 5H20
    = copper
    vitriol
    +3% H2SO4
    all concs. 20°
    boiling
    20°
    boiling
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    Glue (including acid) boiling 0 0
    Linseed oil
    +3% H2SO4
    20°
    200°
    0
    0
    0
    0
    Magnesium sulphate
    MgSO4, 7H2O
    =
    Epsom salts
    concentrated 20° 0 0
    Methyl alcohol
    CH3OH
    all concentrations 20° 0 0
    Milk fresh
    sour
    up to 70° c
    up to 70° C
    0
    0
    0
    0
    Lactic acid
    CH3 CHOH COOH
    1.5%
    80%
    20°
    20°
    0
    0
    0
    0
    Mixed acids
    (nitrating acids)
    50% H2SO4 +50% HNO3

    75% H2SO4
    +25% HNO3

    20% H2SO4
    +15% HNO3

    70% H2SO4 + 10% HNO3

    30% H2SO4
    +5% HNO3

    50 °

    50 °

    50 °

    50°

    50 °

    0

    1

    0

    0

    0

    0

    0

    0

    0

    0

    Monochloracetic acid L
    CH2 Cl COO H
    50% 20° 1 1
    Sodium
    chloride L
    NaCl = cooking salt
    cold
    saturated
    hot
    saturated
    20°

    100°
    100°

    0

    1
    1

    0

    0
    1

    Sodium chloride L
    Na Cl O2
    Sodium hydroxide
    =caustic
    soda solution
    =caustic soda
    NaOH
    5%

    25%

    50%

    20°
    boiling
    20°boiling
    2
    3
    02
    2
    2
    02
    Sodium hypochlorite L
    NaClO
    =bleaching solution
    5% 20°

    boiling

    1

    1

    1

    1

    Sodium carbonate
    Na2 CO3, 10 H2O
    10%
    cold saturated
    boiling 0 0
    Sodium sulphate
    Na2 SO4, 10 H2O
    cold saturated 20° 0 0
    Novacaine 20° 0 0
    Fruit pulp containing SO2 0 0
    Oil (lubricating oil) 20° 0 0
    Oil (vegetable) 20° 0 0
    P3 washing agent 95° 0 0
    Persil 20° and boiling 0 0
    Petroleum 20° 0 0
    Phosphoric acid
    H3PO4
    chemically
    pure
    1%
    10%
    45%
    60%
    20 °
    20 °
    20 °
    20 °
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    Photographic developer (Agfa-glyzin developer) 20 ° 0 0
    Photographic fixing bath L 20 ° 0 0
    Pickling brine L 20 ° 0 0
    Nitric acid
    HNO3
    7%
    10%
    25%
    37%
    50%
    20 °
    20 °
    20 °
    20 °
    20 °
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    Hydrochloric acid L
    HCl
    0.5% 20 °
    boiling
    1
    3
    1
    3
    Sauerkraut brine L 2 1
    Lard 20 ° 0 0
    Soft Soap 20 ° 0 0
    Sulphur, dry fused 130° 0 0
    Carbon disulphide
    C S2
    20° 0 0
    Sulphuric acid
    H2SO4

    fuming
    (11% free SO3)
    fuming
    (60% free SO3)

    1%

    2.5%

    5%

    7.5%

    10%
    20%
    80%

    98%
    =concentrated

    20°
    boiling
    20°
    boiling
    20°
    boiling
    20 °
    boiling
    20 °
    20 °
    20 °
    70°
    20°
    70°20°
    100°
    20°
    80°
    1
    1
    1
    2
    1
    3
    1
    2
    2
    1
    1
    3
    0
    20
    1
    0
    0
    0
    1
    0
    2
    0
    2
    0
    2
    1
    1
    1
    2
    0
    20
    0
    0
    0
    Hydrogen sulphide dry
    H2S
    <4 20° 0 0
    Sulphurous acid
    H2 S O2
    saturated
    4 bar
    5-8 bar
    10-20 bar
    20°
    135°
    160°
    180-200°
    0
    1
    2
    2
    0
    0
    1
    1
    Schweinfurt green
    3 Cu (As O2)3,
    Cu (CH3 COO)2
    20° 0 0
    Sea Water L 20° 0 0
    Soap 20° 0 0
    Mustard L 20° 0 0
    Spinning bath up to 10%
    H2SO4
    70° 2 1
    Tar (pure) 20° and hot 0 0
    Turpentine 20° and hot 0 0
    Vaseline 20° and hot 0 0
    Water
    Tap water
    Pit water
    = acidic water
    20°
    20°
    0
    0
    0
    0
    Water vapour
    Water vapour with SO2
    Water vapour
    with CO2

    400°

    0

    1

    0

    0

    0

    0

    Wine
    (white and red)
    20° and hot 0
    0
    0
    0
    Tartaric acid
    COOH (CHOH)2 COOH
    10%
    50%
    20°
    20°
    0
    0
    0
    0
    Lemon juice
    Citric acid
    HO C(CH2 COOH)2,
    COOH, H2)

    1%
    10%
    25%
    50%
    20°
    20°
    20°
    20°
    20°
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    Sugar solution 20°
    boiling
    0
    0
    0
    0
    *All information is strictly informative

    Fasteners Thread Identification Chart (British) Dimensions, Weight Chart & Material Specification & Tolerances / Fasteners Thread Identification Chart (British) / Fasteners Thread Identification Chart (British)

    Thread Identification Chart (British)

    Basic Major Diameter Nominal Diameter

    (mm)

    Threads Per Inch
    Inch mm BA BSW BSF BSP BSPT
    .0118 0.30
    .0118 0.30
    .0138 0.35
    .0146 0.37 22 254
    .0157 0.40
    .0165 0.42 21 231
    .0177 0.45
    .0189 0.48 20 211 3/4
    .0197 0.50
    .0209 0.53
    .0213 0.54 19 181 1/2
    .0217 0.55
    .0236 0.60
    .0244 0.62 18 169 1/4
    .0276 0.70 17 149 1/2
    .0311 0.79 16 133 3/4
    .0315 0.80
    .0340 0.86
    .0354 0.90 15 121
    .0394 1.00 14 110 1/2
    .0433 1.10
    .0470 1.19
    .0472 1.20 13 101 1/2
    .0512 1.30 12 90 3/4
    .0551 1.40
    .0591 1.50 11 82
    .0600 1.52
    .0629 1.60
    .0669 1.70 10 72 1/2
    .0709 1.80
    .0730 1.85
    .0748 1.90 9 65
    .0787 2.00
    .0860 2.18
    .0866 2.20 8 59
    .0906 2.30
    .0984 2.50 7 53
    .0990 2.51
    .1024 2.60
    .1102 2.80 6 48
    .1120 2.84
    .1181 3.00
    .1250 3.18 1/8 40
    .1260 3.20 5 43
    .1380 3.50
    .1417 3.60 4 38 1/2
    .1575 4.00
    .1614 4.10 3 34 3/4
    .1640 4.17
    .1772 4.50
    .1850 4.70 2 31 3/4
    .1875 4.76 3/16 24 32
    .1900 4.83
    .1969 5.00
    .2087 5.30 1 28 1/4
    .2160 5.49
    .2165 5.50
    .2188 5.56 7/32 28
    .2362 6.00 0 25 1/2
    .2500 6.35 1/4 20 26
    .2756 7.00
    .2812 7.14 9/32 26
    .3125 7.94 5/16 18 22
    .3125 7.94
    .3150 8.00
    .3543 9.00
    .3750 9.53 3/8 16 20 28
    .3830 9.73 1/8 28
    .3937 10.00
    .4050 10.29
    .4331 11.00
    .4375 11.11 7/16 14 18
    .4724 12.00
    .5000 12.70 1/2 12 16
    .5180 13.16
    .5400 13.72
    .5512 14.00
    .5625 14.29 9/16 12 16
    .6250 15.88 5/8 11 14
    .6299 16.00
    .6560 16.66 3/8 19 19
    .6750 17.15
    .6875 17.46 11/16 11 14
    .7087 18.00
    .7500 19.05 3/4 10 12
    .7874 20.00
    .8125 20.64 13/16 12
    .8250 20.96 1/2 14
    .8400 21.34 14
    .8661 22.00
    .8750 22.23 7/8 9 11
    .9020 22.91 5/8 14 14
    .9375 23.81
    .9449 24.00
    1.0000 25.40 1 8 10
    1.0236 26.00
    1.041011 26.44 3/4 14 14
    1.0500 26.67
    1.0625 26.99
    1.0630 27.00
    1.1250 28.58 1 1/8 7 9
    1.1811 30.00
    1.1875 30.16
    1.1890 30.20 7/8 14 14
    1.2500 31.75 1 1/4 7 9
    1.2598 32.00
    1.2992 33.00
    1.3090 33.25 1 11 11
    1.3125 33.34
    1.3150 33.40
    1.3750 34.93 1 3/8 8
    1.3780 35.00
    1.4173 36.00
    1.4375 36.51
    1.4920 37.90 1 1/8 11
    1.4961 38.00
    1.5000 38.10 1 1/2 6 8
    1.5354 39.00
    1.5625 39.69
    1.5748 40.00
    1.6250 41.28 1 5/8 8
    1.6500 41.91 1 1/4 11 11
    1.6535 42.00
    1.6600 42.16
    1.6875 42.86
    1.7450 44.32 1 3/8 11
    BA-British Association
    BSW-British Standard Whitworth
    BSF-British Standard Fine
    BSP-British Standard Pipe
    BSPT-British
    Standard Pipe Tapered
    *All information is strictly informative

    Fasteners Retaining Ring (Heavy Duty ) Series 2160-5160 Specifications Dimensions, Weight Chart & Material Specification & Tolerances / Fasteners Retaining Ring (Heavy Duty ) Series 2160-5160 Specifications / Fasteners Retaining Ring (Heavy Duty ) Series 2160-5160 Specifications

    Retaining Ring (Heavy Duty ) Series 2160-5160 Specifications

    Retaining Ring (Heavy Duty ) Series 2160-5160 Specifications

    All measurements in millimeters (mm)

    Ring n° d1 s d3 a b c d5 d2 m n FN FR g FRg nabl lbs Tool Ring n°
    50 0.500 0.047 +0.002 0.460 +0.005 0.120 +0.004 0.090 +0.005 0.050 +0.005 0.050 +0.010 0.468 +0.001 0.056 +0.004 0.048 1100 3959 0.058 650 65000 1.600 A0 A01 50
    -0.002 -0.010 -0.004 -0.005 -0.005 -0.002 -0.002 -0.000
    62 0.625 0.049 +0.002 0.575 +0.005 0.130 +0.004 0.106 +0.005 0.059 +0.005 0.050 +0.010 0.588 +0.001 0.056 +0.004 0.057 1600 4872 0.062 750 49000 2.300 A0 A01 62
    -0.002 -0.010 -0.004 -0.005 -0.005 -0.002 -0.003 -0.000
    75 0.750 0.078 +0.003 0.689 +0.005 0.180 +0.005 0.127 +0.006 0.077 +0.006 0.078 +0.015 0.704 +0.001 0.086 +0.005 0.069 2400 9135 0.074 2500 40500 5.600 A1 A11 75
    -0.003 -0.010 -0.005 -0.006 -0.006 -0.002 -0.003 -0.000
    98 1.000 0.078 +0.003 0.906 +0.005 0.181 +0.006 0.181 +0.006 0.084 +0.006 0.098 +0.000 0.938 +0.001 0.086 +0.005 0.093 4000 11673 0.083 2500 30000 7.800 A1 A11 98
    -0.003 -0.010 -0.006 -0.006 -0.006 -0.008 -0.003 -0.000
    106 1.062 0.093 +0.003 0.978 +0.010 0.181 +0.006 0.181 +0.006 0.090 +0.007 0.093 +0.015 0.998 +0.002 0.103 +0.005 0.096 4800 15225 0.088 4000 27000 11.500 A1 A11 106
    -0.003 -0.015 -0.006 -0.006 -0.007 -0.002 -0.004 -0.000
    112 1.125 0.093 +0.003 1.036 +0.010 0.181 +0.006 0.181 +0.006 0.095 +0.007 0.093 +0.015 1.059 +0.002 0.103 +0.005 0.099 5200 16240 0.093 4000 26000 12.500 A1 A11 112
    -0.003 -0.015 -0.006 -0.006 -0.007 -0.002 -0.004 -0.000
    118 1.181 0.093 +0.003 1.087 +0.010 0.213 +0.006 0.213 +0.006 0.098 +0.007 0.108 +0.000 1.111 +0.002 0.103 +0.005 0.105 5600 16748 0.093 4000 24000 13.500 A2 A21 118
    -0.003 -0.015 -0.006 -0.006 -0.007 -0.010 -0.004 -0.000
    125 1.250 0.093 +0.003 1.150 +0.010 0.213 +0.006 0.213 +0.006 0.103 +0.007 0.108 +0.000 1.174 +0.002 0.103 +0.005 0.114 6500 17763 0.093 4000 23000 14.900 A2 A21 125
    -0.003 -0.015 -0.006 -0.006 -0.007 -0.010 -0.004 -0.000
    131 1.312 0.093 +0.003 1.208 +0.010 0.213 +0.006 0.213 +0.006 0.106 +0.007 0.108 +0.000 1.234 +0.002 0.103 +0.005 0.117 7400 18270 0.107 4000 21500 1.600 A2 A21 131
    -0.003 -0.015 -0.006 -0.006 -0.007 -0.010 -0.004 -0.000
    137 1.375 0.093 +0.003 1.268 +0.010 0.213 +0.006 0.213 +0.006 0.110 +0.007 0.108 +0.000 1.291 +0.002 0.103 +0.005 0.126 8200 19793 0.107 4000 20500 17.800 A2 A21 137
    -0.003 -0.015 -0.006 -0.006 -0.007 -0.010 -0.004 -0.000
    150 1.500 0.109 +0.003 1.380 +0.010 0.213 +0.006 0.213 +0.006 0.096 +0.008 0.108 +0.000 1.406 +0.002 0.120 +0.005 0.141 10000 24868 0.107 5000 18500 17.000 A2 A21 150
    -0.003 -0.015 -0.006 -0.006 -0.008 -0.010 -0.004 -0.000
    156 1.562 0.109 +0.003 1.437 +0.013 0.213 +0.006 0.213 +0.006 0.098 +0.008 0.108 +0.000 1.468 +0.003 0.120 +0.005 0.141 10400 26390 0.107 5000 17000 31.000 A2 A21 156
    -0.003 -0.020 -0.006 -0.006 -0.008 -0.010 -0.004 -0.000
    175 1.750 0.109 +0.003 1.608 +0.013 0.213 +0.006 0.213 +0.006 0.106 +0.008 0.108 +0.000 1.650 +0.003 0.120 +0.005 0.150 12400 29435 0.107 5000 15500 33.400 A2 A21 175
    -0.003 -0.020 -0.006 -0.006 -0.008 -0.010 -0.004 -0.000
    193 1.938 0.125 +0.004 1.782 +0.013 0.295 +0.008 0.295 +0.008 0.154 +0.008 0.125 +0.015 1.826 +0.003 0.139 +0.006 0.168 15300 37555 0.128 6000 14300 48.000 A3 A31 193
    -0.004 -0.020 -0.008 -0.008 -0.008 -0.002 -0.004 -0.000
    193 1.969 0.125 +0.004 1.782 +0.013 0.295 +0.008 0.295 +0.008 0.154 +0.008 0.125 +0.015 1.850 +0.003 0.139 +0.006 0.180 15300 37555 0.128 6000 14100 48.000 A3 A31 193
    -0.004 -0.020 -0.008 -0.008 -0.008 -0.002 -0.004 -0.000
    200 2.000 0.125 +0.004 1.840 +0.013 0.295 +0.008 0.295 +0.008 0.160 +0.008 0.125 +0.015 1.880 +0.003 0.139 +0.006 0.180 17000 38570 0.128 6000 14000 50.600 A3 A31 200
    -0.004 -0.020 -0.008 -0.008 -0.008 -0.002 -0.004 -0.000
    *All information is strictly informative

    Fasteners DIN / ISO / EN Crossover Chart Dimensions, Weight Chart & Material Specification & Tolerances / Fasteners DIN / ISO / EN Crossover Chart / Fasteners DIN / ISO / EN Crossover Chart

    DIN / ISO / EN Crossover Chart

    Title DIN Standard DIN DIN EN ISO DIN EN DIN ISO Comparable ISO Standard Date of current standard/modified Title of replacement standard Comment
    All-metal prevailing torque type hexagon
    nuts
    980 7042 27042 7042 1998-02 Prevailing torque type (all-metal hexagon
    nuts), style 2 – Property classes 5, 8, 10 and
    12
    Height of nut changed; width
    across flat according to ISO 272 included
    All-metal prevailing torque type hexagon
    nuts
    980 10513 30513 10513 1998-02 Prevailing torque type all-metal hexagon
    nuts, style 2, with metric fine pitch thread
    – Property classes 8, 10 and 12
    Height of nut changed; width
    across flat according to ISO 272 included
    Clevis pins with head 1434 22341 2341 1992-10 Clevis pins with head Only one head dimension. Some other nominal lengths
    defined
    Clevis pins with head 1435 22341 2341 1992-10 Clevis pins with head Only one head dimension. Some other nominal lengths
    defined
    Clevis pins with head 1436 22341 2341 1992-10 Clevis pins with head Only one head dimension. Some other nominal lengths
    defined
    Clevis pins with head 1444 22341 2341 1992-10 Clevis pins with head Some other nominal lengths
    defined
    Clevis pins without head 1433 22340 2340 1992-10 Clevis pins without head Some other nominal lengths
    defined
    Clevis pins without head 1443 22340 2340 1992-10 Clevis pins without head
    Countersunk (flat) head tapping screws with
    cross recess
    7982 7050 7050 1990-08 Cross recessed countersunk (flat) head tapping
    screws (common head style)
    Head dimensions and countersunk
    angles changed
    Cross recessed countersunk (flat) head screws
    (Countersunk heads according to ISO)
    965 7046-1 7046 7046-1 1994-10 Countersunk flat head screws (common head
    style) with type H or type Z cross recess –
    Property class 4.8
    Nominal size changed; head
    dimension changed; thread length changed; strength
    8.8 included (see Part 2); penetration depth
    of cross slots changed
    Cross recessed countersunk (oval) head screws
    (Countersunk heads according to ISO)
    966 7047 7047 7047 1994-10 Countersunk raised head screws (common head
    style) with type H or type Z cross recess –
    Product grade A
    Nominal size changed; head
    dimension changed; thread length changed; strength
    8.8 omitted; penetration depth of cross slots
    changed
    Cross recessed countersunk head drilling
    screws with tapping screw thread
    7504 15482 15482 2000-02 Cross recessed countersunk head drilling
    screws with tapping screw thread
    Standard divided into five
    single standards (EN ISO 10666, 15480, 15481,
    15482, 15483); thread ST 3.9 omitted; hexagon
    head with collar and slot (Form L) omitted
    Cross recessed pan head drilling screws
    with tapping screw thread
    7504 15481 15481 2000-02 Cross recessed pan head drilling screws
    with tapping screw thread
    Standard divided into five
    single standards (EN ISO 10666, 15480, 15481,
    15482, 15483); thread ST 3.9 omitted; hexagon
    head with collar and slot (Form L) omitted
    Cross recessed pan head tapping screws 7981 7049 7049 1990-08 Cross recessed pan head tapping screws Marginal change of head dimensions.
    Caution with automatic feed and connection systems
    Cross recessed raised countersunk head drilling
    screws with tapping screw thread
    7504 15483 15483 2000-02 Cross recessed raised countersunk head drilling
    screws with tapping screw thread
    Standard divided into five
    single standards (EN ISO 10666, 15480, 15481,
    15482, 15483); thread ST 3.9 omitted; hexagon
    head with collar and slot (Form L) omitted
    Drilling screws with tapping screw thread
    – Mechanical and functional properties
    7504 10666 10666 2000-02 Drilling screws with tapping screw thread
    – Mechanical and functional properties
    Standard divided into five
    single standards (EN ISO 10666, 15480, 15481,
    15482, 15483); thread ST 3.9 omitted; hexagon
    head with collar and slot (Form L) omitted
    Grooved pins – Full-length parallel grooved,
    with chamfer
    1473 8740 28740 8740 1998-03 Grooved pins – Full-length parallel grooved,
    with chamfer
    Nominal lengths redefined.
    Shear rate increased.
    Grooved pins – Fulllength parallel grooved,
    with pilot
    1470 8739 28739 8739 1998-03 Grooved pins – Full-length parallel grooved,
    with pilot
    Nominal lengths redefined.
    Shear rate increased.
    Grooved pins – Fulllength taper grooved 1471 8744 28744 8744 1998-03 Grooved pins – Full-length taper grooved Nominal lengths redefined.
    Shear rate increased.
    Grooved pins – Half-length reverse-taper
    grooved
    1474 8741 28741 8741 1998-03 Grooved pins – Half-length reverse-taper
    grooved
    Nominal lengths redefined.
    Shear rate increased.
    Grooved pins – Half-length taper grooved 1472 8745 28745 8745 1998-03 Grooved pins – Half-length taper grooved Nominal lengths redefined.
    Shear rate increased.
    Grooved pins – One-third-length centre grooved 1475 8742 28742 8742 1998-03 Grooved pins – One-third-length centre grooved Nominal lengths redefined.
    Shear rate increased.
    Grooved pins with countersunk head 1477 8747 28747 8747 1998-03 Grooved pins with countersunk head Chamfer redefined
    Grooved pins with round head 1476 8746 28746 8746 1998-03 Grooved pins with round head Chamfer redefined
    Hexagon Bolts without Hexagon Nut – with
    Hexagon Nut, Type g
    601 4016 24016 4016 4016 2001-03 Hexagon head bolts – Product grade C Nominal size extended; width
    across flats according to DIN ISO 272 included
    Hexagon bolts, Metric fine thread, Types
    m and mg
    960 8765 28765 8765 8765 2001-03 Hexagon thin nuts (chamfered) with metric
    fine pitch thread – Product grades A and B
    Nominal size extended; width
    across flats according to DIN ISO 272 included
    Hexagon flange bolts 6921 1665 8102 1998-11 Hexagon bolts with flange, heavy series Dimensions partially changed;
    width across flats according to ISO 272; strength
    12.9 omitted
    Hexagon head bolts with shank; M 1,6 to
    M 39 screw threads, Product grades A and B
    931-1 4014 24014 4014 4014 2001-03 Hexagon head bolts – Product grades A and
    B
    Nominal size extended; width
    across flats according to DIN ISO 272 included
    Hexagon head screws – Product grades A and
    B
    933 4017 24017 4017 4017 2001-03 Hexagon head screws – Product grades A and
    B
    Nominal size extended; width
    across flats according to DIN ISO 272 included
    Hexagon nuts with flange 6923 1661 4161 1998-02 Hexagon nuts with flange Fine thread omitted to be included
    in a separate standard later); width across
    flat M10 changed
    Hexagon nuts; Metric Thread, Type g 555 4034 24034 4034 4034 2001-03 Hexagon nuts – Product grade C Width across flats according
    to DIN ISO 272 included; nominal diameter reduced
    Hexagon nuts; Metric screw threads; Product
    grades A and B
    934 4032 24032 4032 4032 2001-03 Hexagon nuts, style 1 – Product grades A
    and B
    Nominal diameter changed, height
    of the nut changed partially; nuts with fine
    thread specified in DIN EN ISO 8673; width across
    flats according to DIN ISO 272 included
    Hexagon nuts; Metric screw threads; Product
    grades A and B
    934 8673 28673 8673 2001-03 Hexagon nuts, style 1, with metric fine
    pitch thread – Product grades A and B
    Nominal diameter changed, height
    of the nut changed partially; nuts with regular
    type screw thread specified in DIN EN ISO 4032;
    width across flats according to DIN ISO 272
    included
    Hexagon screws, Thread Approximately to
    Head, Metric Thread, Type g
    558 4018 24018 4018 4018 2001-03 Hexagon head screws – Product grade C Nominal size extended; width
    across flats according to DIN ISO 272 included
    Hexagon socket countersunk head screws 7991 10642 10462 2004-06 Hexagon socket countersunk head screws
    Hexagon socket head cap screws 912 4762 4762 2004-06 Hexagon socket head cap screws Nominal size range changed;
    fine thread deleted (ISO 21269)
    Hexagon socket set screws with cone point 914 4027 4027 2004-05 Hexagon socket set screws with cone point Nominal sizes M1.4, M1.8,
    M14, M18 and M22 omitted
    Hexagon socket set screws with cup point 916 4029 4029 2004-05 Hexagon socket set screws with cup point
    Hexagon socket set screws with dog point 915 4028 4028 2004-05 Hexagon socket set screws with dog point Nominal sizes M1.4, M1.8,
    M14, M18 and M22 omitted
    Hexagon socket set screws with flat point 913 4026 4026 2004-05 Hexagon socket set screws with flat point Nominal sizes M1.4, M1.8,
    M14, M18 and M22 omitted
    Hexagon thin nuts with M 1,6 to M 10 threads 439-1 4036 24036 4036 4036 2001-02 Hexagon thin nuts (unchamfered) – Product
    grade B
    Correlation of dimensions with
    DIN 439-1, except for the width across flat
    of the nut M10
    Hexagon thin nuts with M 1,6 to M 52 and
    M 8×1 to M 52×3 threads
    439-2 4035 24035 4035 2001-03 Hexagon thin nuts (unchamfered) – Product
    grades A and B
    In tables 1 and 2 abbreviations
    changed and some specifications (thread dimensions)
    changed
    Hexagon thin nuts with M 1,6 to M 52 and
    M 8×1 to M 52×3 threads
    439-2 4035 24035 4035 4035 2001-03 Hexagon thin nuts (unchamfered) – Product
    grades A and B
    Standard divided by regular
    type screw threads and fine threads; width across
    flats according to ISO 272 changed; nominal
    size range changed; fine thread see ISO 8675
    Hexagon thin nuts with M 1,6 to M 52 and
    M 8×1 to M 52×3 threads
    439-2 8675 28675 8675 2001-03 Hexagon thin nuts (unchamfered) with metric
    fine pitch thread – Product grades A and B
    Standard divided by regular
    type screw threads and fine threads; width across
    flats according to ISO 272 changed; nominal
    size range changed; regular type screw thread
    see ISO 4035
    Hexagon washers head drilling screws with
    tapping screw thread
    7504 15480 15480 2000-02 Hexagon washers head drilling screws with
    tapping screw thread
    Standard divided into five
    single standards (EN ISO 10666, 15480, 15481,
    15482, 15483); thread ST 3,9 omitted; hexagon
    head with collar and slot (Form L) omitted
    High-strength hexagon head bolts with large
    widths across flats for structural steel bolting
    6914 14399-4 7412 2006-06 High-strength structural bolting assemblies
    for preloading – Part 4: System HV – Hexagon
    bolt and nut assemblies
    High-strength hexagon nuts with large widths
    across flats for structural steel bolting
    6915 14399-4 2006-06 High-strength structural bolting assemblies
    for preloading – Part 4: System HV – Hexagon
    bolt and nut assemblies
    M 8×1 to M 100×4 hexagon head bolts with
    fine pitch thread
    961 8676 28676 8676 8676 2001-03 Hexagon head screws with metric fine pitch
    thread – Product grades A and B
    Nominal size extended; width
    across flats according to DIN ISO 272 included
    Mushroom head square neck bolts 603 8677 1981-10
    Parallel pins of unhardened steel and austenitic
    stainless steel
    7 2338 22338 2338 1998-02 Parallel pins of unhardened steel and austenitic
    stainless steel
    Nominal length redefined (with
    round end) form A+C deleted
    Parallel pins with internal thread 7979 8735 28735 8735 1998-03 Parallel pins with internal thread, of hardened
    and martensitic stainless steel
    Dimensions partially changed
    Parallel pins with internal thread, of unhardened
    and austenitic stainless steel
    7979 8733 28733 8733 1998-03 Parallel pins with internal thread, of unhardened
    and austenitic stainless steel
    Dimensions partially changed
    Parallel pins, Hardened; Tolerance Zone
    m6
    6325 8734 28734 8734 1998-03 Parallel pins of hardened and martensitic
    stainless steel (Dowel pins)
    Some other nominal lengths
    defined
    Plain washers – Extra large series, product
    grade C
    440 7094 7094 2000-12 Plain washers – Extra large series, product
    grade C
    Nominal sizes changed, nominal
    size 24 size “a” redefined to the maximum, square-end
    hole Form R omitted; (standard DIN 440 still
    valid)
    Plain washers for clevis pins; product grade
    A
    1440 28738 8738 1992-10 Plain washers for clevis pins; product grade
    A
    Nominal sizes changed
    Prevailing torque type – All-metal hexagon
    nuts with flange
    6927 1664 7044 1998-02 Prevailing torque type – All-metal hexagon
    nuts with flange
    Width across flat M10 changed
    Prevailing torque type all-metal hexagon
    nuts
    6925 7042 27042 7042 1998-02 Prevailing torque type (all-metal hexagon
    nuts), style 2 – Property classes 5, 8, 10 and
    12
    Height of nut changed; width
    across flat according to ISO 272 included
    Prevailing torque type all-metal hexagon
    nuts
    6925 10513 30513 10513 1998-02 Prevailing torque type all-metal hexagon
    nuts, style 2, with metric fine pitch thread
    – Property classes 8, 10 and 12
    Height of nut changed; width
    across flat according to ISO 272 included
    Prevailing torque type hexagon nuts with
    flange (with non-metallic insert), with metric
    fine pitch thread
    6926 1666 12125 1998-02 Prevailing torque type hexagon nuts with
    flange (with non-metallic insert), with metric
    fine pitch thread
    Width across flat M10 changed
    Prevailing torque type hexagon nuts with
    non-metallic insert
    982 7040 27040 7040 1998-02 Prevailing torque type hexagon nuts (with
    non-metallic insert), style 1 – Property classes
    5, 8 and 10
    Height of nut changed; width
    across flat according to ISO 272 included
    Prevailing torque type hexagon nuts with
    non-metallic insert
    982 10512 30512 10512 1998-02 Prevailing torque type hexagon nuts (with
    non-metallic insert), style 1, with metric fine
    pitch thread – Property classes 6, 8 and 10
    Height of nut changed; width
    across flat according to ISO 272 included
    Prevailing torque type hexagon nuts with
    non-metallic insert
    6924 7040 27040 7040 1998-02 Prevailing torque type hexagon nuts (with
    non-metallic insert), style 1 – Property classes
    5, 8 and 10
    Height of nut changed; width
    across flat according to ISO 272 included
    Prevailing torque type hexagon nuts with
    non-metallic insert
    6924 10512 30512 10512 1998-02 Prevailing torque type hexagon nuts (with
    non-metallic insert), style 1, with metric fine
    pitch thread – Property classes 6, 8 and 10
    Height of nut changed; width
    across flat according to ISO 272 included
    Prevailing torque type hexagon thin nuts
    with non-metallic insert
    985 10511 10511 1998-02 Prevailing torque type hexagon, thin nuts
    (with non-metallic insert)
    Height of nut changed; width
    across flat according to ISO 272 included
    Product grade A washers with a hardness
    from 300 HV, designed for use with hexagon head
    bolts and nuts
    125-2 7089 7089 2000-11 Plain washers – Normal series, Product grade
    A
    Without chamfer, up to nominal
    diameter 64
    Product grade A washers with a hardness
    from 300 HV, designed for use with hexagon head
    bolts and nuts
    125-2 7090 7090 1990-03 Plain washers, chamfered – Normal series,
    Product grade A
    Without chamfer, up to nominal
    diameter 64
    Product grade A washers with a hardness
    up to 250 HV, designed for use with cheese head
    screws
    433-1 7092 7092 2000-11 Plain washers – Small series, Product grade
    A
    Pyramid diamond hardness 140
    HV cancelled; rating changed
    Product grade A washers with a hardness
    up to 250 HV, designed for use with hexagon
    head bolts and nuts
    125-1 7089 7089 2000-11 Plain washers – Normal series, Product grade
    A
    Without chamfer, up to nominal
    diameter 64
    Product grade A washers with a hardness
    up to 250 HV, designed for use with hexagon
    head bolts and nuts
    125-1 7090 7090 1990-03 Plain washers, chamfered – Normal series,
    Product grade A
    Without chamfer, up to nominal
    diameter 64
    Product grade A washers with a hardness
    up to 300 HV, designed for use with cheese head
    screws
    433-2 7092 7092 2000-11 Plain washers – Small series, Product grade
    A
    Nominal sizes changed
    Product grade C washers, designed for use
    with hexagon head bolts and nuts
    126 7091 7091 2000-11 Plain washers – Normal series, Product grade
    C
    Nominal sizes changed
    Raised countersunk (oval) head; tapping
    screws with cross recess
    7983 7051 7051 1990-08 Cross recessed raised countersunk (oval)
    head tapping screws
    Head dimensions and countersunk
    angles changed
    Recessed raised cheese (fillister) head
    screws
    7985 7045 7045 1994-10 Pan head screws with type H or type Z cross
    recess – product grade A
    Nominal size changed; head
    dimension changed; thread length changed; penetration
    depth of cross slots changed
    Slotted cheese head screws – Product grade
    A
    84 1207 1207 1994-10 Slotted cheese head screws – Product grade
    A
    Modifications of dimensions <
    2,5; dimension of slots changed; partly nominal
    lengths deleted; strength 8.8 deleted
    Slotted countersunk (flat) head screws (Countersunk
    heads according to ISO)
    963 2009 2009 2009 1994-10 Slotted countersunk flat head screws (common
    head style) – Product grade A
    Nominal size changed; head
    dimension changed; thread length changed; strength
    8.8 cancelled
    Slotted headless screws with shank 427 2342 2342 2004-05 Slotted headless screws with shank
    Slotted pan head screws – Product grade
    A
    85 1580 1580 1994-10 Slotted pan head screws – Product grade
    A
    Thread included; dimensions
    of head and slot changed; strength 8.8 deleted
    Slotted raised countersunk (oval) head screws
    (Countersunk heads according to ISO)
    964 2010 2010 2010 1994-10 Slotted raised countersunk head screws (common
    head style) – Product grade A
    Nominal size changed; head
    dimension changed; thread length changed; strength
    8.8 cancelled
    Slotted set screws with cone point 553 27434 7434 1992-10 Slotted set screws with cone point No modifications of dimensions
    Slotted set screws with cup point 7976 1479 1479 1990-08 Hexagon head tapping screws No modifications of dimensions
    Slotted set screws with flat point 551 24766 4766 1992-10 Slotted set screws with flat point No modifications of dimensions
    Slotted set screws with long dog point 94 1234 1234 1998-02 Split pins No modifications of dimensions
    Slotted set screws with long dog point 417 27435 7435 1992-10 Slotted set screws with long dog point No modifications of dimensions
    Spring-type straight pins – Coiled, heavy
    duty
    7344 8748 28748 8748 8748 2007-06 Spring-type straight pins – Coiled, heavy
    duty
    Range of nominal diameters
    and lengths extended. Shear range changed.
    Spring-type straight pins – Coiled, standard
    duty
    7343 8750 28750 8750 8750 2007-06 Spring-type straight pins – Coiled, standard
    duty
    Range of nominal diameters
    and lengths extended. Shear range changed.
    Spring-type straight pins – Slotted, heavy
    duty
    1481 8752 28752 8752 1998-03 Spring-type straight pins – Slotted, heavy
    duty
    Specification “non-jamming”
    included; chamfer redefined; partial change
    of dimensions
    Spring-type straight pins, slotted, light
    duty
    7346 13337 3337 2009-10 Spring-type straight pins – Slotted, light
    duty
    Specification “non-jamming”
    included; chamfer redefined; partial change
    of dimensions
    Thread rolling screws for ISO metric thread
    – Part 1: Technical specifications for case
    hardened and tempered screws
    7500-1 7085 2009-06 Thread rolling screws for ISO-metric thread Normative revision, values
    for case-hardening depth and hole size revised,
    torque values reduced
    Unhardened taper pins 1 22339 2339 1992-10 Unhardened taper pins Nominal length redefined (with
    round end)
    Unhardened taper pins with external thread 7977 28737 8737 1992-10 Unhardened taper pins with external thread Technical delivery conditions
    partially changed
    Unhardened taper pins with internal thread 7978 28736 8736 1992-10 Unhardened taper pins with internal thread Dimensions partially changed
    Washers for high tensile bolting in steel
    structures
    6916 14399-6 7416 2006-06 High-strength structural bolting assemblies
    for preloading – Part 6: Plain chamfered washers
    Washers; outside diameter ˜ 3 x bolt diameter 9021 7093-1 7093-1 2000-11 Plain washers – Large series – Part 1: Product
    grade A
    Dimensions partially changed
    Washers; outside diameter approx. 3 x bolt diameter 9021 7093-2 7093-2 2000-11 Plain washers – Large series – Part 2: Product
    grade C
    Dimensions partially changed

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