BS EN 2264:1996 - Nuts, anchor, self-locking, floating, two lug, incremental counterbore, in alloy steel, cadmium plated MoS<sub>2</sub> lubricated. Classification: 900 MPa (at ambient temperature) /235°C

BS EN 2264:1996

Nuts, anchor, self-locking, floating, two lug, incremental counterbore, in alloy steel, cadmium plated MoS2 lubricated. Classification: 900 MPa (at ambient temperature) /235°C

Status : Current   Published : December 1996

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Standard NumberBS EN 2264:1996
TitleNuts, anchor, self-locking, floating, two lug, incremental counterbore, in alloy steel, cadmium plated MoS2 lubricated. Classification: 900 MPa (at ambient temperature) /235°C
StatusCurrent
Publication Date15 December 1996
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
International RelationshipsEN 2264:1996
Draft Superseded By96/703699 DC
DescriptorsAircraft components, Nuts, Fasteners, Anchor nuts, Locknuts, Alloy steels, Lubrication, Temperature, Dimensions, Designations, Surface treatment, Surface texture, Cadmium, Metal plating, Molybdenum inorganic compounds, Sulfides
ICS49.030.30
Title in FrenchEcrous à river, à freinage interne, flotttants, double patte, à chambrage trés profond, en acier allié, cadmiés, lubrifiés MoS2. Classification: 900 MPa (à température ambiante) /235°C
Title in GermanAnnietmuttern, selbstsichernd, beweglich, beiderseitiger Flansch, mit unterschiedlich tiefer zylindrischer Aussenkung, aus legiertem Stahl, verkadmet, MoS2 geschmiert. Klasse: 900 Mpa (bei Raumtemperatur) /235°C
CommitteeACE/12
ISBN0 580 26609 5
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryYes
Pages12
File Size373.5 KB
Price£110.00


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