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IS 1364 ( Part 2 ) : 1992IS0 4017
:
1988
Indian Standard
HEXAGON HEAD BOLTS, SCREWS AND NUTSOF PRODUCT GRADES A AND B
PART 2 HEXAGON HEAD SCREWS( SIZE RANGE Ml’6 TO M64 )(
Third Revision )
Second Reprint
AUGUST
1997
U DC 621’882’211
@BE
1992
BUREAU OF INDIAN STANDARDS
MANAK BHAVAN,9 BAHADUR SHAH ZAFAR MARGNEW DELHI 110002
October
1992Price Group 4
( Reaffirmed 1998 )
 
Bolts, Nuts and Fastener Accessories Sectional Committee, LM 14NATIONAL FOREWORDThis Indian Standard ( Part 2
)
which is identical with IS0 4017 : 1988 ‘Hexagon head screws -Product grades A and B’ issued by the International Organization for Standardization ( ISO,) wasadopted by the Bureau of Indian Standards on the recommendation of the Bolts, Nuts andFastener Accessories Sectional Committee ( LM 14
)
and approval of the Light MechanicalEngineering Division Council.The standard was originally published in 1960 and revised in 1967, Subsequent to thepublication of 1967 edition, many changes had been agreed upon at international level whichhave been reflected in IS 1367 series of standards covering ‘Technical supply conditions forthreaded steel fasteners’.Accordingly, the standard was published in 5 parts covering hexagonhead bolts, hexagon head screws, hexagon nuts, hexagon thin nuts ( chamfered ) and hexagonthin nuts ( unchamfered ).The second revision of the standard was based on IS0 4017 : 1979 ‘Hexagon head screws ofProduct grades A and B’ issued by ISO. This third revision has been made by the adoption oflatest version of IS0 4017 published in 1988 as Part 2.The remaining parts of the standardthat is, Part 1, 3, 4 and 5 have also been revised by adoption of corresponding latest version ofInternational Standards. The following major changes have been made in this revision:a) The range of sizes has been enlarged to cover sizes from Ml ‘6 to M64;b) The range of nominal lengths has been extended up to 500 mm;c) Non-preferred sizes have been included in separate table in line with IS0 4017;d) Stainless steel bolts with property classas A2-70 and A2-50 have been included; ande) The use of property classes like 4.6, 4.8, 5.8, 6.8 and 9.8 are also permitted subject tothe agreement between the manufacturer and user.In the 1967 version of this standard, the width across flats for Ml0 and Ml2 size fasteners wasspecified as 17’ mm and 19 mm respectively.However, in the 1983 version this width acrossflats was brought in line with IS0 4016 : 1979 and specified as 16 mm and 18 mm respectivelyfor Ml0 and Ml2 size fasteners. Reccgnizing the fact that the new width across flat dimensionscould not be implemented immediately, the Explanatory Note to 1983 version of the standardmade a reference to this aspect.However, in the absence of specific coverage in the standard,the new width across flat dimensions could not be implemented.Recognizing the difficulty ofimmediate changeover to new width across flats, the Committee felt that definite time framemay be given to the manufacturers for changeover and accordingly, it has been decided thatwidth across flats as per 1967 version, that is, 17 mm and 19 mm for Ml 0 and 12 size fastenersshall be permitted till 31 December 1994.It is also understood that some manufacturers are already equipped and manufacturing as pernew width across flat dimensions and supplies as per new specifications are encouraged. Duringthis period, the manufacture of fasteners as per old versions shall be phased out and by1 January 1995, it is expected that the entire fastener industry would have switched over tonew width dimensions across flats and no old width across flats shall be permitted.In the adopted standard certain terminology and conventions are not identical with those usedin Indian Standards; attention is specially drawn to the following:a) Wherever the words‘International Standard’ appear,should be read as
‘Indian
Standard’; andreferring to this standard, theyb) Ccmma (
, )
has been used as a decimal marker while in Indian Standards the currentpractice is to use point (
. )
as the decimal marker.
( Continued on third cover )
 
IS 1364 (Part2) : 1992IS0 4017 : 1999
Indian Standard
HEXAGON HEAD BOLTS, SCREWS AND NUTSOF PRODUCT GRADES A AND B
PART 2 HEXAGON HEAD SCREWS( SIZE RANGE Ml’6 TO M64 )
( Third Revision )
0 Introduction*
This International Standard is part of the complete IS0 product standard series on hexagon drive fasteners. The series comprises:alb)cld)e)f)9)hexagon head bolts (IS0 4014, IS0 4015, IS0 4016 and IS0 8765);hexagon head screws (IS0 4017, IS0 4018 and IS0 8676);hexagon nuts (IS0 4032, IS0 4033, IS0 4034, IS0 4035, IS0 4036, IS0 8673, IS0 8674 and IS0 8675);hexagon flanged bolts (IS0 4162 and IS0 8102);hexagon flanged screws; l)hexagon flanged nuts (IS0 4161, IS0 7043 and IS0 7044);structural bolting (IS0 4775, IS0 7411 to IS0 7414 and IS0 7417).
1 Scope and field of application
This International Standard gives specifications for hexagon head screws with threads from Ml,6 up to and including M64, of productgrade A for threads Ml,6 to M24 and nominal lengths up to and including 10d or 150 mm, whichever is shorter, and product grade 6for threads over M24 or nominal lengths over 10d or 150 mm, whichever is shorter.
NOTE - This type of product is the same as that covered by IS0 4014 with the exception of threading up to the haad and nominal length up to andincluding 200 mm as popular lengths.
If,
in special cases, specifications ,6ther than those listed
in this International Standard are required, they should be selected from
existing International Standards, for example
IS0 261, IS0 888, IS0 898-l. IS0 965-2, IS0 3506 and IS0 4759-l.
1) These will form the subjects of future International Standards.
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