BS ISO 1891:2009 - Fasteners. Terminology – BSI British Standards

BS ISO 1891:2009

Fasteners. Terminology

Status : Confirmed, Current   Published : March 2009



BS ISO 1891:2009 Fasteners. Terminology

BS ISO 1891 provides translation guidance for terms commonly used to describe fasteners it lays down the terminology of fasteners in English, French and Russian, recommended for use unless otherwise specified in the appropriate product standard.

At present, not all of the fasteners listed are covered by ISO documents. For the main part, the items have been selected from existing national standards. Also included are obsolescent types (those being used up from stock) in order that their terminology may be standardized at the same time.

BS ISO 1891 contains drawings that are essentially diagrammatic, in particular those showing bolts and screws having special characteristics.

Contents of BS ISO 1891:

  • Foreword
  • Scope
  • Screw threads
  • Features of externally threaded fasteners
  • Externally threaded fasteners
  • Nuts
  • Washers
  • Pins
  • Blind rivets

Standard NumberBS ISO 1891:2009
TitleFasteners. Terminology
StatusConfirmed, Current
Publication Date31 March 2009
Confirm Date08 May 2019
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
ReplacesBS 6040:1981, ISO 1891:1979
International RelationshipsISO 1891:2009
Draft Superseded By07/19977385 DC
DescriptorsExternal-thread fasteners, Screws (bolts), Rivets, Internal-thread fasteners, Vocabulary, Fasteners, Terminology, Bolts, Threaded fasteners, Nuts
Title in FrenchÉléments de fixation. Terminologie
Title in GermanMechanische Verbindungselemente. Benennungen
ISBN978 0 580 63502 1
File Size1.831 MB

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