BS 1974:1953 - Specification for large aluminium alloy rivets (½ in. to 1 in. nominal diameters)

BS 1974:1953

Specification for large aluminium alloy rivets (½ in. to 1 in. nominal diameters)

Status : Withdrawn   Published : May 1953

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Small snap-head; conical head; small panhead; rounded or flat countersunk head; shallow rounded or flat countersunk head. Materials, dimensions, head shapes. Diameters with permissible variations on shank diameters. Head-forming tests and shear tests on rivet stock and rivets. Method of determining ultimate shear stress of rivet stock and manufactured rivets. Recommended point shapes for driven rivets; main requirements for driving large aluminium alloy rivets.




Standard NumberBS 1974:1953
TitleSpecification for large aluminium alloy rivets (½ in. to 1 in. nominal diameters)
StatusWithdrawn
Publication Date08 May 1953
Withdrawn Date02 August 2013
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
DescriptorsRivets, Aluminium alloys, Mechanical testing, Dimensions, Shafts (fasteners), Diameter, Heads (fasteners), Marking, Radius, Threadless fasteners, Fasteners
ICS21.060.40
Title in FrenchGrands rivets en alliage d'aluminium (diametres nominaux ½ pouce a 1 pouce). Specification
Title in GermanGrosse Nieten aus Aluminiumlegierung. Spezifikation. Nenndurchmesser ½ Zoll bis 1 Zoll
CommitteeFME/9
ISBN0 580 34144 5
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryNo
Pages20
File Size539.3 KB
NotesThis standard, which was previously declared obsolescent, is now withdrawn
Price£130.00


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