BS 4183:1967 - Specification for machine screws and machine screw nuts. Metric series

BS 4183:1967

Specification for machine screws and machine screw nuts. Metric series

Status : Confirmed, Current, Partially replaced   Published : July 1967 Replaced By : BS EN ISO 7045:1995, BS EN ISO 1580:1994



With ISO metric screw threads to BS 3643, 1 mm to 20 mm diameter. Dimensions, tolerances, mechanical requirements for countersunk, raised countersunk, pan and cheese head screws with slotted heads, and countersunk, raised countersunk and pan head screws with recessed heads. Dimensions, tolerances, general requirements for square and hexagon machine screw nuts (pressed type). Checking recess penetration, dimensioning of 90$0D countersunk heads, standard sizes. See BS 1981, BS 3692.

Standard NumberBS 4183:1967
TitleSpecification for machine screws and machine screw nuts. Metric series
StatusConfirmed, Current, Partially replaced
Publication Date19 July 1967
Confirm Date21 September 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
Replaced ByBS EN ISO 7045:1995, BS EN ISO 1580:1994
Amended ByAMD 572
AMD 1742
AMD 8550
DescriptorsISO metric threads, Countersunk fasteners, Hexagonal-head fasteners, Recessed-head fasteners, Radius, Diameter, Heads (fasteners), Nuts, Slotted-head fasteners, Gauges, Raised-head fasteners, Slots, Slotted-head fasteners, Square-head fasteners, Cheese-head fasteners, Pan-head fasteners, Dimensions, Points (fasteners), Length, Screws (bolts), Threads
Title in FrenchVis d'assemblage et ecrous de vis d'assemblage. Specification. Unites metriques
Title in GermanMaschinenschrauben und Maschinenschraubenmuttern. Spezifikation. Metrische Serie
ISBN0 580 34578 5
File Size1.311 MB

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