BS 6168:1982 - Specification for non-metallic gears

BS 6168:1982

Specification for non-metallic gears

Status : Withdrawn, Revised   Published : February 1982 Replaced By : BS 6168:1987

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Dimensional, accuracy and material requirements for spur gears made from non-metallic material in pitch ranges 0.5 module to 50 module and 48 DP to 0.5 DP. Basic tooth form and accuracy grades in accordance with BS 436:Parts 1 and 2. Does not cover helical gears.




Standard NumberBS 6168:1982
TitleSpecification for non-metallic gears
StatusWithdrawn, Revised
Publication Date26 February 1982
Withdrawn Date31 March 1987
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 6168:1987
Amended ByAMD 4160
DescriptorsLubricants, Lubrication, Expansion (deformation), Water absorption, Dimensional measurement, Spur gears, Mechanical transmission systems, Phenolic resins, Engineering drawings, Plastics, Hubs, Non-metals, Dimensional tolerances, Gear drives, Moulded materials, Thermoplastic polymers, Tooth profiles, Copolymers, Homopolymers, Blanks, Thermal expansion, Gear parameters, Rim, Polyamides, Errors
ICS21.200
Title in FrenchSpécification pour les engrenages non métalliques
Title in GermanSpezifikation fuer nichtmetallische Zahnraeder
CommitteeMCE/5
ISBN0 580 12450 9
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryNo
File Size0 KB
Price£182.00


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