20/30423716 DC - BS ISO 965-3. ISO general purpose metric screw threads. Tolerances. Part 3. Limit deviations for screw threads

20/30423716 DC

BS ISO 965-3. ISO general purpose metric screw threads. Tolerances. Part 3. Limit deviations for screw threads

Status : Current, Draft for public comment   Published : September 2020

Format
PDF

Format
HARDCOPY



This part of document specifies limit deviations for pitch and crest diameters for ISO general purpose metric screw threads (M) conforming to ISO 261 having basic profile in accordance with ISO 68-1.

The limit deviations specified are derived from the fundamental deviations and tolerances specified in ISO 965-1.

This part of document is applicable to ISO general purpose metric screw threads with the recommended tolerance classes.




Standard Number20/30423716 DC
TitleBS ISO 965-3. ISO general purpose metric screw threads. Tolerances. Part 3. Limit deviations for screw threads
StatusCurrent, Draft for public comment
Publication Date22 September 2020
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)ISO 5408
Informative References(Provided for Information)ISO 261, ISO 965-1, ISO 68-1
International RelationshipsISO/DIS 965-3
Draft Expiry Date15 November 2020
DescriptorsClassification systems, Grades (quality), Threaded fasteners, Diameter, Internal threads, Thread forms, Dimensional tolerances, External threads, ISO metric threads, Threads, Thread pitch, Standard deviation
ICS21.040.10
Title in FrenchTitre manque — Partie 3: Titre manque Partie 3: Écarts limites pour filetages
CommitteeFME/9
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryYes
Pages32
File Size505 KB
NotesWarning: this draft is not current beyond its expiry date for comments.
Price£20.00


 Your basket
Your basket is empty

Multi-user access to over 3,500 medical device standards, regulations, expert commentaries and other documents


BSOL

Access, view and download standards with multiple user access, across multiple sites with BSOL


Tracked Changes

Understand the changes made to a standard with our new Tracked Changes version


Develop a PAS

Develop a fast-track standardization document in 9-12 months