BS EN 3325:2007 - Aerospace series. Bolts, T-head, relieved shank, long thread, in heat resisting steel, FE-PM1708 (FV535). Classification: 1000 MPa/550°C. Unplated

BS EN 3325:2007

Aerospace series. Bolts, T-head, relieved shank, long thread, in heat resisting steel, FE-PM1708 (FV535). Classification: 1000 MPa/550°C. Unplated

Status : Confirmed, Current   Published : January 2008

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This standard specifies the characteristics of T-head bolts with relieved shank and long thread, in FE-PM1708 (FV535), for aerospace applications. Classification: 1 000 MPa ) / 550 °C ).




Standard NumberBS EN 3325:2007
TitleAerospace series. Bolts, T-head, relieved shank, long thread, in heat resisting steel, FE-PM1708 (FV535). Classification: 1000 MPa/550°C. Unplated
StatusConfirmed, Current
Publication Date31 January 2008
Confirm Date30 June 2017
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)EN 2424, EN 3302, EN 2493, ISO 3353-1, EN 4245, EN 4244, ISO 5855-2
Informative References(Provided for Information)No other standards are informatively referenced
International RelationshipsEN 3325:2007
DescriptorsMarking, Mass, Triangular-head fasteners, Fasteners, Threaded fasteners, Heat-resistant materials, Dimensions, Aircraft components, Steels, Threads, Bolts, Designations
ICS49.030.20
Title in FrenchSérie aérospatiale. Vis à tête anti-rotation “T”, fût dégagé, filetage long, en acier résistant à chaud FE-PM1708 (FV535). Classification: 1000 MPa/550°C. Non revêtues
Title in GermanLuft- und Raumfahrt. T-Kopfschrauben, Dünnschaft, langes Gewinde, aus hochwarmfestem Stahl FE-PM1708 (FV535). Klasse: 1000 MPa/550°C. Blank
CommitteeACE/12
ISBN978 0 580 60323 5
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryYes
Pages12
File Size677 KB
Price£110.00


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