BS 4929-2:1973 - Specification for steel hexagon prevailing-torque type nuts. Unified (inch) series

BS 4929-2:1973

Specification for steel hexagon prevailing-torque type nuts. Unified (inch) series

Status : Withdrawn   Published : June 1973

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Dimensions, mechanical properties, performance requirements and nut heights for nuts in a range of size from 0.164 inch to 1$9H inch. The nuts may have either metallic or non-metallic locking elements. Temperature ranges in which the nuts may be used are also stated.




Standard NumberBS 4929-2:1973
TitleSpecification for steel hexagon prevailing-torque type nuts. Unified (inch) series
StatusWithdrawn
Publication Date15 June 1973
Confirm Date01 March 2013
Withdrawn Date16 January 2018
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)No other standards are normatively referenced
Informative References(Provided for Information)No other standards are informatively referenced
DescriptorsSteels, Mechanical properties of materials, Vibration-resistant fasteners, Washers, Dimensions, Imperial system, Mechanical testing, Locknuts, Nuts, Marking, Test equipment, Hexagonal shape, Fasteners, Threaded fasteners
ICS21.060.20
Title in FrenchEcrous hexagonaux en acier du type a couple dominant. Specification. Serie Unified (pouces)
Title in GermanHauptdrehmoment-Sechskantstahlmuttern. Spezifikation. Unified-Serie (Zoll)
CommitteeFME/9
ISBN0 580 07651 2
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryYes
Pages14
File Size361.1 KB
NotesThis standard is withdrawn without replacement
Price£110.00


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