BS 2558:1954 - Specification for tubular box spanners
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BS 2558:1954

Specification for tubular box spanners

Status : Confirmed, Current   Published : December 1954

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Steels for spanners and tommy bars; hardness figures, performance test. Two grades of spanner. Dimensions: unified precision hexagons, normal series, in BS 1768; Unified black hexagons, heavy series, in BS 1769; Unified machine screw hexagons in BS 1981; precision hexagons B.S.W. and B.S.F. in BS 1083; black hexagons in BS 916; B.A. hexagons in BS 57; Whitworth large hexagons (originally in BS 190, now obsolete); metric hexagons.




Standard NumberBS 2558:1954
TitleSpecification for tubular box spanners
StatusConfirmed, Current
Publication Date31 December 1954
Confirm Date24 May 2021
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
Amended ByPD 3590
PD 2696
PD 2150
DescriptorsDesignations, Hexagonal-head fasteners, Torsion testing, Steels, Dimensions, Wrenches, Imperial system, Box spanners, Threads, Performance testing, Marking, Size, Spanners, Thread forms
ICS25.140.30
Title in FrenchCles a douille tubulaires. Specification
Title in GermanHuelsenschluessel. Spezifikation
CommitteeMTE/15
ISBN0 580 34580 7
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryYes
Pages32
File Size416 KB
Price£186.00


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