DIN , Metric interference-fit thread stud bolts Fastener standard Online Search. It cannot be assumed with certainty that stud bolts with lengths exceeding those specified for the lengths of engagement in DIN are true to gauge. Fasteners – Bolts, screws, studs and nuts – Symbols and descriptions of dimensions (ISO ); Multilingual version EN ISO from EUR.
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DIN 976-2-1995 Metric interference-fit thread stud bolts
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External screw threads for transition fits former: Multi-start thread tolerances and deviation of profile. ISO metric trapezoidal screw threads; gauging of external and internal threads; gauge dimensions and design features. ENEN Product grade A washers – with a hardness up to HV designed for use with hexagon head bolts and nuts. Fasteners – Part 2: Fasteners – Part 3: Technical delivery conditions; Property classes for carbon steel and alloy steel bolts and screws; Conversion of property classes.
Fasteners — Part 5: Technical delivery conditions; Acceptance inspection; modified version of ISOedition.
Fasteners – Part 6: Technical dib conditions; Designs and accuracy of measurement for product grade F. Fasteners – Part Technical delivery conditions with additions to ISO ; Corrosion-resistant stainless steel fasteners. Technical delivery conditions; Property classes for nuts with fine thread ISO classes. Technical delivery conditions; Property classes for nuts Hardness classes. Technical delivery conditions; Torsion testing of M1 to M10 bolts and screws.
Technical specifications; Steel screws, bolts and studs with adhesive coating. 9776-2 specifications; Steel screws, bolts and studs with locking coating. Technical specifications; Metric thread rolling screws of property class Engineering drawing practice; dimensioning; tolerancing of linear and angular dimensions modified version of ISO Gas cylinder valves for cylinder 796-2 pressures up to bar – Part 1: Valve inlet and outlet connections.
Standardization – Part 2: Presentation of standards; examples for presentation of figures, tables and part lists. Standardization – Part Hexagon slotted nuts and castle nuts with metric coarse and fine pitch thread – Product grades A and B.
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Hexagon thin slotted nuts and castle nuts with metric coarse and fine pitch thread – Product grades A and B. Hot rolled I-sections – Part 1: Narrow flange Vin, I-serie – Dimensions, masses, sectional properties.
Hot rolled I-beams – Part 2: Wide flange I-beams, IPB-serie; dimensions, masses, sectional properties.
Hot rolled I-beams; wide flange I-beams, light pattern, IPBl-serie; dimensions, masses, sectional properties. Hot rolled I-beams; wide flange I-beams heavy pattern, IPBv-serie; dimensions, masses, sectional properties.
Letter symbols for physical quantities – Part 9: Symbols for use in the field of static converters using semiconductor devices.
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Symbols for equivalent circuits 976-22 piezoelectric crystals. Mechanical vibrations, dni and vibration systems – Part 2: Linear vibration systems with single degree of freedom. Mechanical vibrations, oscillations and vibration systems – Part 3: Linear time-invariant vibration systems with a finite number of degrees of freedom.
Basic Concepts in Metrology — Part 3: Basic Concepts in Metrology — Part 4: Treatment of Uncertainties in the Evaluation of Measurements.
Vocabulary for value management, value analysis and functional analysis – Part 1: Value analysis and functional analysis. Bibliographic references to documents – Part 1: Full References to Printed and Published Documents.
DIN Part 1. DIN Part 3. General provisions relating to the award of construction contracts. General conditions of contract relating 967-2 the execution of construction work. Alphanumeric office machines – Alphanumeric keyboards, keyboard arrangement for manually operated typewriters. Alphanumeric office machines; alphanumeric keyboards, keyboard arrangement for electro-mechanical operated typewriters. Keyboards for data and text input fin Part 1: Pipe threads for tubes and fittings; parallel internal thread and taper external thread; tread dimensions.
Pipe threads for tubes and fittings; sizes for taper screw limit plug gauges for parallel internal thread. Fire behaviour of building materials and elements – Part 1: Classification of building materials – Requirements and testing. Building Components; Definitions, Requirements and Tests. Fire behaviour of building materials and elements – Part 4: Overview and design of classified building materials, elements and components. Ventilation Ducts; Definitions, Requirements and Tests. Fire behaviour of 796-2 materials and elements – Part 7: Roofing – Concepts, requirements and testing.
Fire behaviour of building materials and elements – Part 9: Fire behaviour of building materials and building components – Part Fire behaviour of building materials and elements – Part Fire resistance of electric cable systems required to maintain circuit integrity – Requirements and testing.
Fire resistant glazing; concepts, requirements and testing. Determination of the burning behaviour of floor covering systems using a radiant heat source. Fire behaviour of building materials and components – Part Application standard for DIN based on the design of partial safety factors.
Thermal protection and energy economy in buildings – Part 2: Minimum requirements to thermal insulation.