BS EN 14399-4:2015 - TC - Tracked Changes. High-strength structural bolting assemblies for preloading. System HV. Hexagon bolt and nut assemblies
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BS EN 14399-4:2015 - TC

Tracked Changes. High-strength structural bolting assemblies for preloading. System HV. Hexagon bolt and nut assemblies

Status : Current, Under review   Published : February 2020

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Standard NumberBS EN 14399-4:2015 - TC
TitleTracked Changes. High-strength structural bolting assemblies for preloading. System HV. Hexagon bolt and nut assemblies
StatusCurrent, Under review
Publication Date25 February 2020
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)ISO 898-2, ISO 4759-1, ISO 3269, ISO 898-1, ISO 965-2, ISO 261, EN ISO 10684, ISO 6157-1, EN 14399-5, EN 14399-1, ISO 6157-2, EN 26157-1, ISO 965-5, EN ISO 6157-2, ISO 10684, EN 14399-6, EN ISO 3269, EN ISO 4759-1, EN ISO 898-2, EN 14399-2, EN ISO 898-1
Informative References(Provided for Information)EN 14399-3, EN 14399-9, EN 14399-10, EN 1090-2, EN 14399-8, EN 14399-7, EN 1993-1-8, EN 14399-6, ISO 272:1982
DescriptorsMechanical properties of materials, Dimensions, High-tensile steels, Strength of materials, Nuts, Designations, Threaded fasteners, Bolting, Steels, Fasteners, Bolts, Marking, Tensile strength, Structures, Hexagonal-head fasteners
ICS21.060.01
21.060.10
21.060.20
CommitteeFME/9/-/2
ISBN978 0 539 09608 8
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryYes
Pages52
File Size3.617 MB
Price£280.00


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