Surface Protection of Metal Parts

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Surface Protection Types, Codes Konzernnorm Descriptors: corrosion, rust protection, surface protection, metal, protection type, code, corrosion protection Contents

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Scope .................................................................................................................................. 2 Description .......................................................................................................................... 3 Code structure..................................................................................................................... 3 Example of description........................................................................................................ 3 Requirements...................................................................................................................... 3 General requirements ......................................................................................................... 3 Drawing specifications ........................................................................................................ 4 Weldability........................................................................................................................... 4 Agents impairing wetting ability ........................................................................................... 4 Friction behavior.................................................................................................................. 5 Zinc coatings ....................................................................................................................... 5 Screws, nuts, threaded parts and shaped parts.................................................................. 5 Commercial surface protection types .................................................................................. 5 Parts without surface protection.......................................................................................... 6 Joining elements ................................................................................................................. 6 Other parts (e.g. sheets) ..................................................................................................... 6 Assignment of surface protection types and codes............................................................. 6 Referenced standards....................................................................................................... 12 Comparison of “not for new design”/“for new design” ....................................................... 14 Surface protection types without code .............................................................................. 15 Surface protection types according to VDA test sheet 235-104 and VW 137 50 .............. 15 Invalid Ofl descriptions ...................................................................................................... 16

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Surface protection type “phosphated, passivated” (code b101) stipulated. Surface protection type “phosphated, silver gray (for internal applications)” (code b111) stipulated. Surface protection type “phosphated, yellow glazing, for internal applications (water-based paint)” (code b112) stipulated. Surface protection type “manganese phosphated” (code b130) restricted in terms of the possible applications (no longer permitted for new design of joining elements, replacement is b140). Cr(VI)-free surface protection types “electrolytically zinc-coated” (codes c341, c641, c342, c642, c343, c643, c347, c647, c696 and c697) added. Cr(VI)-containing surface protection types “electrolytically zinc-coated” (codes c350, c650, c351, c651, c355, c360, c660, c683, c385, c685) restricted in terms of the possible applications (no longer permitted for new designs, for replacement see Table A.1). Page 1 of 23
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Page 2 VW 137 50: 2005-02 Surface protection type “bright chrome-plated, with microcracks” (code f320) removed (replaced by Ofl-f350). Layer thicknesses for surface protection types “tin-coated” (code g...) stipulated. Surface protection types for electrolytically deposited Al and Al/Mg alloy coatings (codes q600, q605, q610, q615) added. Cr(VI)-containing surface protection types “Zn/Fe alloy coated” (codes r600, r605, r610, r620 and r630) restricted in terms of the possible applications (no longer permitted for new designs, for replacement see Table A.1). Cr(VI)-free surface protection types “Zn/Fe alloy coated” (codes r301 and r302) added. Surface protection types “Zn/Ni alloy coated” (codes r640, r650, r660, r665, r670, r675) restricted in terms of the possible applications (no longer permitted for new designs, for replacement see Table A.1). Cr(VI)-free surface protection types “Zn/Ni alloy coated” (codes r642, r643, r649, r672, r673 and r677) added. Cr(VI)-free surface protection types “duplex coated” (codes s611, s617, s621 and s627) added. Cr(VI)-containing surface protection types “duplex coated” (codes s610, s615, s620 and s625) restricted in terms of the possible applications (no longer permitted for new designs, for replacement see Table A.1). Surface protection types “zinc flake coatings” (codes t300, t310, t320, t345, t600, t620 and t645) restricted in terms of the possible applications (no longer permitted for new designs, for replacement see Table A.1). Cr(VI)-free surface protection types “zinc flake coatings” (codes t602, t611, t615 and t647) added. Surface protection type “black finished” (code u110) re-included. Cr(VI)-containing surface protection type “chromated” (code v110) restricted in terms of the possible applications (no longer permitted for new designs, replaced by Ofl-v111). Cr(VI)-free surface protection type “Cr(VI)-free passivated” (code v111) added. Surface protection type “anodized” (code w650) removed. Surface protection types “coil-anodized” (codes w660 and w670) restricted in terms of the possible applications (no longer permitted for new designs). Surface protection types “anodized” (codes w180, w680, w690, w695) added. Surface protection type “multi-layer coated, medium protection” (code x310) removed. Surface protection types “multi-layer coated, heavy protection” (codes x611, x612 and x613) added. Surface protection types “zinc-dust paint coating” (codes y600 and y650) re-included. Specifications for parts without surface protection (Section 3.9) formulated in more detail. Comparison list of VDA/Volkswagen descriptions (Table A.3) included. Previous issues 1953-06; 1954-07; 1956-10; 1958-04; 1959-03; 1959-06; 1963-03; 1963-05; 1966-06; 1966-10; 1967-05; 1967-11; 1969-10; 1970-11; 1971-12; 1972-02; 1974-08; 1975-06; 1976-07; 1980-09; 1983-10; 1986-10; 1989-12; 1991-11; 1994-10; 1999-04 1 Scope

This standard applies to the identification of general surface protection types of vehicle parts and units in drawings and technical documentation. Separate technical supply specifications (TL standards) apply to special surface protection types without identification by surface code (see Appendix A.1).

Not for joining elements (for exceptions see VW 011 10). Table 1 – Classification of vehicle parts Vehicle part categories Parts with the following features: (a) non-visible in installed condition. Corrosion load Minor load.Page 3 VW 137 50: 2005-02 2 2. (b) corrosion protection serves only as protection for transportation. Medium protection grade 3 Heavy protection grade 6 Heavy load. Protection class Light protection grade 1 Medium load.2 Example of description Surface protection: electrolytic zinc alloy coating.1 Requirements General requirements The vehicle parts and units are categorized according to their corrosion load and assigned to a protection class with grade (according to Table 1) by the responsible Engineering Department upon agreement with the Volkswagen AG Central Laboratory (K-QS-32) and/or the AUDI AG Test Laboratory (I/GQ-322). transparent Cr(VI)-free passivated. (c) corrosion protection is not needed for proper performance. Finish. chassis. appearance and post-treatment Protection class Type of method Abbreviation for surface protection 2. e.1 Description Code structure The abbreviation for surface protection ('Ofl-' from the German word for 'surface') is followed by a code with four characters. transmission). engine. taken from Table 2. Parts with the following features: (a) corrosion protection is required to ensure proper performance and (b) use in the interior and exterior due to reduction of material types policy.g. VW 137 50 – Ofl-r645 3 3. according to TL 244. Parts that are visible in installed condition (also seen from the vehicle underside). heavy protection. . Interior and exterior components in a protected installation position. with lubricant treatment. Parts that are subjected to direct open-air weathering (e. joining elements.g.

“see drawing” shall be entered in the surface protection title block. For thread dimensions after surface treatment. the parts shall be tested for weldability. VW 116 11 and VW 116 15 apply. The given areas on the part shall be clearly indicated.Page 4 VW 137 50: 2005-02 The restrictions stipulated in VW 603 61 must be observed for mechanical joining elements. . All-metal clamping nuts must always be treated with additional or integrated lubricants. In this case “see drawing” shall be entered in the surface protection title block. VW 116 14. the codes for all permissible treatments shall be given. Ofl-r673/x630. The following standards apply to thread dimensions prior to surface treatment: VW 116 10. If parts from one ASSY are separately coated (one or more different surface treatments). 3.2 Drawing specifications If a certain surface protection is required for the entire part or for several parts in an ASSY. “see drawing” shall be entered in the surface protection title block. The coatings used must be free of compounds containing Cr(VI) or lead.g. the unprotected area shall be marked (Figure 2). If several surface protection types can be applied optionally. without surface protection Figure 1 Figure 2 If different surface treatments are required for a part. Avoidance of hazardous substances according to VW 911 01. 3. e. 3. the code shall be entered in the surface protection title block. “see drawing” shall be entered in the surface protection title block of the assembly drawing.g. e. The surface treatments shall be referred to separately in the part-related drawings.4 Agents impairing wetting ability Lubricants and slushing oils shall be free of silicone oils and other agents that significantly impair wetting ability. a wide dash-dot line with a datum line (see Figure 1) marks the given area on the part. Ofl-t650 (see also VW 010 58). Ofl-c340 shall be provided as the standard surface protection.3 Weldability If parts with surface protection are to be welded to each other or to other metal parts. VW 116 24. VW 116 25 and VW 116 27. If only partial protection is applied to a part. If there is only a small area on the part that is without surface protection.

for commercial hot-dip tin coating: Ofl-g020. Distinction can also be made between method and finish. nuts and similar threaded or shaped parts. They are not tested for corrosion resistance however. particularly for parts with metric ISO thread. Exceptions are possible for components that are only subjected to pressure. 3.000 MPA and threaded parts with a property class of 10. shall be determined by testing and matched to the performance characteristics. Zinc flake coatings according to code letter t shall preferably be used. The use of such coatings is limited to tensile strength values of 1. Only in exceptional cases when electrolytically deposited zinc coating or zinc alloy coating is absolutely necessary for functional reasons can these coatings be applied with integrated heat treatment according to DIN 50969. The appearance of zinc/nickel alloy coatings shall be matched to their immediate environment. 3. Cr(VI)-free passivated zinc coating systems without additional coatings (paint coats) are.g. only permissible for use in the passenger compartment.09 to 0. steel wire). 3. nuts. the code letter of the method and the digits 010 shall be stated.Page 5 VW 137 50: 2005-02 3. e.g. Ofl-c010 “commercial zinc coating” and Ofl-r010 “commercial electrolytical zinc-alloy coating” must not contain any Cr(VI) compounds. The application of the protective layers must not result in the h-position being exceeded in the case of external threads or the H-position being fallen below in the case of internal threads. apart from the joining elements.7 Screws.5 Friction behavior The influence of the surface protection on the friction behavior. Additional sealing of the coating is a further improvement of the corrosion protection of zinc-coated parts and zinc alloy coated parts respectively. The commercial surface protection types.8 Commercial surface protection types Commercial surface protection types can be used for less important applications (e. e. If this kind of protection is sufficient for a part. Only transparent passivation treatment is permissible for electrically conducting connections.9. Powerlock® screws and clamping nuts [all-metal and PA ring]).6 Zinc coatings Electrolytically deposited or electroplated coatings are not permissible for high-strength steel and/or standard parts with a tensile strength of Rm > 1. The total coefficient of friction of a test batch with surface protection type b140 and with all surface protection types with additional or integrated lubricant treatment shall be in the range from 0. The description for commercial coating for example would look like the following: Ofl-x010. the next protection class down is applied to the thread and shank.g. bolts.15 (except for joining elements with adhesive or locking coating as well as tapping screws. . bolts. threaded parts and shaped parts The test specifications according to Table 2 apply to the thread-free areas of screws. Electrolytically zinc-coated parts or zinc alloy coated parts shall be post-treated in passivation solutions in order to improve corrosion resistance.200 MPa for standard parts (see VW 602 50).

g. “-” or without any description shall.4 lists all the invalid protection types that were included in earlier issues of VW 137 50. Table A. Table A. Table 2 – Surface protection type codes Code letter Coating process b phosphated 1) Protection type Finish/system. as indicated in DIN ISO 8992. oiled TL 240 Codes for protection classes 1 3 6 light medium heavy b100 b101 b110 b111 b112 b130 b140 10). Surface protection types in brackets contain Cr(VI) and are not available for new designs. surface protection type “without”. this must be indicated in the drawing by means of the entry “not oiled”. this must be indicated in the drawing by means of the entry “not oiled”.Page 6 VW 137 50: 2005-02 3.9 3. greased. oiled”. surface protection types with a frame are standard surface protection for components without threads. sheets) QP-A001 applies to parts without surface protection with the description surface protection type “without” or “bright.9.3 presents the surface protection types according to VW 137 50 that correspond to the protection types of VDA1 test sheet 235-104. be supplied in lightly oiled condition. 3. If in exceptional cases unoiled parts must be supplied.1 Parts without surface protection Joining elements Parts with the description “bright”. Post-treatment and requirements appearance not oiled passivated oiled. 3. Surface protection types represented in bold italics shall preferably be used for joining elements. If in exceptional cases unoiled parts must be supplied.2 Other parts (e.10 Assignment of surface protection types and codes The specifications of Table 2 shall apply. for internal applications (water-based paint) manganese phosphated and oiled thin layer zinc phosphated. wax coated silver gray see Footnote 1 (for internal applications) yellow glazing.9. 22) 2) - - Footnotes: see Page 11 1 VDA = German Association of the Automotive Industry .

with microcracks mirror-bright without post-treatment without post-treatment without post-treatment passivated and sealed passivated and sealed. with lubricant 24) treatment Footnotes: see Page 11 . with lubricant 24) treatment silvery gloss without posttreatment silvery gloss.6.Page 7 VW 137 50: 2005-02 Table 2 (continued) Code letter Coating process hot-dip zinc coated Protection type Finish/bath type. TL 217 c electrolytically 4) zinc coated 5). with lubricant treatment olive chromated acid bright zinc coated. with lubricant 7). 24) lubricant treatment without post-treatment g100 g120 k110 - 7) 9) 9) f g k electrolytically bright tin coated tin coated hot-dip tin coated electrolytically copper-plated Al coating. TL 217 6) 6) 3) Codes for protection classes 1 3 6 light medium heavy c330 c310 c340 c341 c342 c343 c347 (c350) (c351) (c355) (c360) (c385) e310 e320 f350 g300 g320 12) 10). TL 243 silvery matte without posttreatment silvery matte. with 7). however restricted acc.10) 10) weakly acidic. sealed. with 24) lubricant treatment yellow chromated yellow chromated and sealed yellow chromated. TL 194 olive chromated olive chromated. 24) lubricant treatment light yellow chromated. 24) treatment (c685) (c686) (c687) c696 c697 e610 e620 f620 f650 g600 g620 q600 q605 q610 q615 10) 10) e electrolytically nickel plated electrolytically chrome-plated 11) semi-bright nickel plated bright nickel plated without post-treatment bright chromeplated.10) 10) 10) Method optional for high-strength parts. TL 243 k310 - q electrolytically aluminum-alloy coated Al/Mg coating. for contact with Mg.12) 8) 8) 10) 10) c630 c610 c640 c641 c642 c643 c647 (c650) (c651) (c660) (c683) 10) 10) 10) 5). sealed light yellow chromated. Post-treatment and requirements appearance TL 217 without post-treatment without post-treatment passivated passivated and sealed thick-layer passivated thick-layer passivated and sealed thick-layer passivated. TL 203 mirror-bright. to Section 3. with 7).

TL 153 silver passivated Fe-alloyed. 6). with 24) lubricant treatment Ni alloy. only for castings yellow chromated yellow chromated yellow chromated. TL 244 5). TL 153 low-alloy with Co. with 24) lubricant treatment black passivated. TL 153 black passivated. TL 153 low-alloy with Fe.Page 8 VW 137 50: 2005-02 Table 2 (continued) Code letter Coating process r electrolytically zinc alloy 4) coated Protection type Finish/bath type. weakly acidic. sealed transparent passivated Ni alloy. with lubricant 24) treatment transparent passivated. TL 153 6) low-alloy with Fe black chromated and Co. 6) alkaline. 6) 5). 10) black passivated. 6) Codes for protection classes 1 3 6 light medium heavy r301 r302 (r600) (r605) (r610) (r620) (r630) r640 10) 10) 10) 10) 10) 10) r642 r643 - - r645 r649 (r650) (r660) (r665) (r670) r672 r673 (r675) r677 10) 10) 10) 10) 10) Ni alloy. with 24) electrolyte type lubricant treatment optional. cyanide. sealed alloy and/or black chromated. Post-treatment and requirements appearance alloy and/or 6) electrolyte type black chromated optional. with 24) lubricant treatment Footnotes: see Page 11 . alkaline TL 244 transparent passivated. alkaline. sealed. 6) alkaline or acidic.black chromated free. black chromated TL 153 transparent passivated. sealed black chromated. sealed transparent passivated. TL 244 black chromated black passivated 5).

to TL 217 plus cathodic dip-coating. to TL 217 plus cathodic dip-coating passivated acc. standard surface protection for nuts with non-metallic locking element. however not for threaded parts with metric ISO thread. preferably black.14) 10) t611 t615 (t620) t630 (t645) t647 t650 10). for components that are used in the body-in-white before painting or for which a special adhesive compatibility is required (microencapsulation). TL 233 TL 245 silver gray. to TL 244 plus cathodic dip-coating. chassis). containing PTFE. TL 245 TL 245 with organic coating. preferably black. black.Page 9 VW 137 50: 2005-02 Table 2 (continued) Code letter Coating process s duplex coating (zinc or zinc/ nickel plus cathodic dip-coating) Protection type Finish/bath type. for components which can be exposed to high temperatures (2000 h/200 ° C). zinc flake coating TL 245 silver gray. to TL 244 plus cathodic dip-coating. TL 245 with organic coating. standard surface protection for threaded parts with metric ISO thread. with lubricant 24) treatment passivated acc. not for threaded parts with metric ISO thread. black yellow chromated acc. to TL 217 plus cathodic dip-coating. to TL 217 plus cathodic dip-coating. use in exposed installation positions (engine. TL 245 silver gray. TL 233 - t310 10) t610 - (t320) t330 (t345) t350 10). TL 245 silver gray. black yellow chromated acc. with 24) lubricant treatment TL 245 Codes for protection classes 1 3 6 light medium heavy (s610) s611 10) - - (s615) 10) - - s617 - - (s620) 10) - - s621 - - (s625) 10) - (t300) 10) s627 (t600) t602 10) silver gray. yellow chromated acc.23) 10) t Footnotes: see Page 11 . TL 196 to TL 244 plus cathodic dip-coating thick-layer passivated acc. black. otherwise acc. with lubricant 24) treatment thick-layer passivated acc. with lubricant 24) treatment Zn/Ni. to color 15) chart. to TL 244 plus cathodic dip-coating. Post-treatment and requirements appearance yellow chromated acc.

TL 227 zinc phosphated (passivated in exceptional cases). TL 212 hard anodized and impregnated. TL 218 Zn. single-layer liquid paint or cathodic-dip coating. TL 214 electroplated passivated tin/zinc coating 16) - Footnotes: see Page 11 . bright transparent. matte dyed. 20) (individual parts) and painted. TL 260 zinc phosphated. TL 227 zinc phosphated.Page 10 VW 137 50: 2005-02 Table 2 (continued) Code letter Coating process black finish Zn-ThD layer chromated passivated 22) u v Protection type Finish/electrolyte Post-treatment and type. TL 218 multi-layer structure. dual layer paint.g. Fe or Mn phosphated. TL 212 hard anodized. bright transparent anodized. e. matte transparent. TL 212 w anodized dyed. TL 256 paint-coated with base layer. 16) 16) 16) x painted - z300 18) x634 x650 x651 y600 y650 - TL 256 layer forming and primed.13) x300 x330 19) u610 w610 w620 w630 w640 w660 w670 w680 w690 w695 x600 x610 x611 x612 x613 x630 x631 x632 x633 17) transparent. requirements appearance oiled DIN 50938 silver gray. TL 212 pretreatment not specified . TL 260 zinc phosphated. thick layer cathodic-dip coating or cathodic-dip coating + dip paint. TL 260 multi-layer structure. TL 260 x y z powder paintcoated layer forming. TL 184 Codes for protection class 1 3 6 light medium heavy u110 (v110) 10). TL 218 electrolytically zinc coated and painted piano lacquer structure. for leaf springs. passivated. electrolytically zinc coated 16). hot dipped zinc coated (semi-finished 16). bright decorative application. single-layer liquid 16) paint or cathodic-dip coating . TL 260 zinc phosphated. 20) product) and painted. matte v111 w180 x100 x130 - 10) 10) dyed. single-layer liquid paint or 16) cathodic-dip coating . TL 218 zinc phosphated and painted piano lacquer structure. TL 214 zinc dust heat-resistant zinc dust.

b130 2 hours without base metal corrosion. . Preferably for steel parts in ASSY with magnesium to avoid galvanic corrosion. No change of surface after 240 h of salt spray fog test according to DIN 50021 (e. Containing PTFE. Coating thickness > 20 µm. Verification by tension testing according to DIN 50969.200 MPa that are subjected to tensile stress shall be subjected to appropriate heat treatment to avoid brittle fracture induced by hydrogen. No base metal corrosion after 360 hours of a salt spray fog test (SS) according to DIN 50021. replaced by Ofl-b140. balance: Zn. b101. k310 coating thickness (12 +3) µm. Coating thickness > 10 µm. for b112 20 hours without base metal corrosion Only oil or oil emulsions permissible for threaded parts. if this is the case. steel parts with tensile strength values above 1. of 200 ° to avoid brittle fracture induced by hydrogen (DIN EN 12476). coating thickness > 12 µm. Not for new design. Immediately after surface treatment. protection class 3 = DIN 50965-Fe//Sn12. C In addition to the specifications made in Table 3. in protection class 6 = DIN 50965-Fe//Sn20. for b110 6 hours without base metal corrosion. k110 coating thickness (3 +2) µm. cathodic dip paint can be demanded. coating thickness > 20 µm. for b140 4 hours without base metal corrosion. only for LT 2 joining elements. Metric ISO threaded parts shall be treated with lubricant according to TL 521 32. Metric ISO threaded parts shall be treated with lubricant according to TL 521 65. No longer permitted for new joining element designs. not suitable for bonding. Color specification according to drawing.200 MPa may be subjected to appropriate heat treatment up to a max. requirements Protection type Post-treatment and appearance Codes for protection class 1 3 6 light medium heavy Code letter Coating process 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) 7) 8) 9) 10) 11) 12) 13) 14) 15) 16) 17) 18) 19) 20) 21) 22) 23) 24) After phosphating. The use of Zn-ThD layers is currently only possible with the agreement of K-QS-32.Page 11 VW 137 50: 2005-02 Table 2 (continued) Finish/bath type. Instead of single-layer liquid paint. for b111 48 hours without base metal corrosion. Requirements also apply to dip-primed car body components.g. Requirements in protection class 1 = DIN 50965-Fe//Sn4.g. Sn: 70 ± 10%. Coating thickness 5 µm. Treated with blue lubricant. no zinc corrosion of zinc die-castings). Treated with lubricant according to TL 521 32. For parts that are paint-coated in-house. the following periods of time shall be taken into account for the given protection class when performing the salt spray fog test according to DIN 50021-SS: for b100. the addendum “KTL” must be added to the code. For characterization of the layer see TL 235. No change of surface after 120 h of salt spray fog test according to DIN 50021 (e. no zinc corrosion of zinc die-castings). otherwise black. coating thickness > 4 µm. Mainly for vehicles of the German Federal Armed Forces. steel parts with tensile strength values above 1.

Assembly and Process Assurance Metric ISO Threads. QP A001 TL 153 TL 184 TL 194 TL 196 TL 203 TL 212 TL 214 TL 217 TL 218 TL 227 TL 233 TL 235 TL 240 TL 243 TL 244 TL 245 TL 256 TL 260 TL 521 32 TL 521 65 VW 010 58 VW 011 10 VW 116 10 VW 116 11 VW 116 14 Manganese Phosphated Surfaces.Page 12 VW 137 50: 2005-02 4 Referenced standards2 Prelubes. Surface Protection Requirements Zinc/Nickel Alloy Coatings. Requirements for Surface Protection Lubricant for Threaded Fastening Elements with Electrolytically Applied Coatings or Those of Stainless Steel. Limit Dimensions for Medium Tolerance Class. Requirements for Surface Protection Paint Coating of Metal Surfaces. Blank Washing Oils. terminological inconsistencies may occur as the original titles are used. Requirements for Surface Protection Anodized Coatings on Aluminum Parts. Requirements for Surface Protection Multicoat Painting in Body Color on Metallic Exterior Body Components. Material Requirements Technical Drawings. Requirements for Surface Protection Zinc-Dust Paint Coating. Requirements for Surface Protection Non-Electrolytically Applied Zinc Flake Requirements for Surface Protection Coatings with Top Coating. Requirements for Surface Protection Electroplated Nickel/Chromium Coatings. Slushing Oils (General). Lettering Threaded Joints. Quality Requirements Zinc-Iron Coatings. Requirements Thin-Layer Zinc Phosphating. Requirements Duplex Coating Systems for Small Parts and Bulk Parts. Internal 7H Dimensions for Coarse Tolerance Class. Surface Protection Powder Paint on Metal Surfaces. Limit Dimensions with Surface Protection Layer for Medium Tolerance Class 6g/6H Metric ISO Threads. Requirements for Surface Protection Zinc Coatings. External Thread 6g. Requirements Lubricant (Greenish) for Threaded Fasteners. Requirements for Surface Protection Coating for Joining Elements in Contact with Magnesium. 2 In this Section. Requirements for Surface Protection Non-Electrolytically Requirements Applied Zinc Flake Coatings. Drawing Oils and Drawing Agents. Limit External 8g. Requirements Paint Coating of Zinc-Coated Metal Surfaces. Design. Requirements for Surface Protection Zinc Thermal Diffusion Layers (Zn-ThD Layers). . Internal Thread 6H Metric ISO Threads. Requirements for Surface Protection Electrolytically Deposited Al Coatings and Al/Mg Alloy Coatings.

Internal Thread 7G Thread Limit Dimensions for External Threads of Tolerance Class 6e. Technical Supply Specifications Mechanical Joining Elements. Materials. Limit Dimensions for 6G/6f Tolerance Zone. Screws. Operating Fluids. Male 6f. Limit Dimensions for Tolerance Class 8f/7G. General Guidelines Environmental Standard for Vehicles. Limit Dimensions with Protection Coating for Coarse Tolerance Class (8g/7H) Metric ISO Threads. Tin-Coatings on Iron Steel and on Copper and Copper Alloys Testing of High-Strength Steel Building Elements for Resistance to HydrogenInduced Brittle Fracture and Advice on the Prevention of Such Fracture Fasteners. Metric ISO Threads High-Strength Screws and Similar Threaded Parts. Studs and Nuts Phosphate Conversion Requirements Coatings of Metals – Method of Specifying DIN 50021 DIN 50938 DIN 50965 DIN 50969 DIN ISO 8992 DIN EN 12476 . External Thread 8f. Avoidance of Hazardous Substances Cr(VI)-freie Oberflächenschutzarten für Verbindungselemente mit metrischem Gewinde (Cr(VI)-Free Surface Protection Types for Joining Elements with Metric Thread – only available in German) Spray Tests with Different Sodium Chloride Solutions Black Oxide Coatings on Iron or Steel – Requirements and Test Methods Electroplated Coatings. General Requirements for Bolts.Page 13 VW 137 50: 2005-02 VW 116 15 VW 116 24 VW 116 25 VW 116 27 VW 602 50 VW 603 61 VW 911 01 VDA 235-104 Metric ISO Threads. Parts Reduction. Vehicle Parts. Female 6G Metric ISO Threads.

for joining elements Ofl-r672 Ofl-r301 (or Ofl-r302.1 Table A.Page 14 VW 137 50: 2005-02 Appendix A (informative) A. for joining elements Ofl-r672 Ofl-r643 Ofl-r642 Ofl-r642 Ofl-r645 Ofl-r672 Ofl-r677 Ofl-s611 Ofl-s617 Ofl-s621 Ofl-s627 Ofl-t610. for threaded parts with metric ISO thread Ofl-t647 1) . for threaded parts with non-metric thread Ofl-r642.1 Surface protection type not permitted for new designs Ofl-c350 Ofl-c650 Ofl-c351 Ofl-c651 Ofl-c355 Ofl-c360 and Ofl-c660 Ofl-c683 Ofl-c385 Ofl-c685 Ofl-r600 Ofl-r605 Ofl-r610 Ofl-r620 Ofl-r630 Ofl-r640 Ofl-r650 Ofl-r660 Ofl-r665 Ofl-r670 Ofl-r675 Ofl-s610 Ofl-s615 Ofl-s620 Ofl-s625 Ofl-t300 Ofl-t310 Ofl-t320 Ofl-t345 Ofl-t600 Footnotes: see Page 15 Replacement surface protection type for new designs Ofl-c342 (for weld nuts and welded bolts Ofl-c340) Ofl-c642 (for weld nuts and welded bolts Ofl-c340) Ofl-c343 Ofl-c643 Ofl-c347 (for weld nuts and welded bolts Ofl-c340) Ofl-t630. olive-green Ofl-c696 (for components in contact with Mg) Ofl-c697 (for joining elements in contact with Mg) Ofl-c697 (for joining elements in contact with Mg) Ofl-r672 Ofl-r677 Ofl-r301 (or Ofl-r302. for threaded parts with metric ISO thread Ofl-t647 1) Ofl-t610. for threaded parts with metric ISO thread Ofl-t647 1) Ofl-t647 2) Ofl-t610.1 Comparison of “not for new design”/“for new design” See Table A. for threaded parts with metric ISO thread Ofl-t647 1) (temperature range restricted) Ofl-t611 (temperature range restricted). if the part must be black in appearance). if the part must be black in appearance). if the part must be black in appearance). for joining elements Ofl-r672 Ofl-r301 (or Ofl-r302.

2003-09 with counterpart surface protection types from VW 137 50. nitrocarburated Flake metal coatings for brake disks Electroplated chromium and nickel/chromium coatings for piston rods Corrosion protection for drive shafts Electroplated chromium and nickel/chromium coatings for brake pistons Corrosion protection coatings for brake lines Manganese phosphated surfaces Nickel/phosphorus coatings Surface protection of steel disk wheels Surface protection of alloy wheels Heavy-coat phosphating Organic coatings containing fluorine Electrolytically deposited Al-coatings Paint coating of cylinder head covers Painting on coil springs Cavity-forming chassis parts.2 Surface protection types without code Apart from the surface protection types specified in VW 137 50.Page 15 VW 137 50: 2005-02 Table A.2 – Surface protection types without a code TL 152 155 187 193 215 216 221 222 235 236 238 239 241 242 243 247 261 262 265 524 83 Heading Powder coating for cylinder block and crankcase Ternary composite layer for high-strength joining elements Ball pins. there are further surface protection types that do not have a code. for threaded parts with metric ISO thread Ofl-t647 1) (temperature range restricted) Ofl-t645 Ofl-t647 2) Ofl-v110 1) 2) Ofl-v111 or Ofl-t610. .1 (continued) Surface protection type not Replacement surface protection type for new designs permitted for new designs Ofl-t620 Ofl-t611 (temperature range restricted). Table A. The technical supply specifications listed in Table A.2 shall apply to these.3 Surface protection types according to VDA test sheet 235-104 and VW 137 50 Table A.3 compares the Cr(VI)-free surface protection types for joining elements with metric ISO thread described in VDA test sheet 235-104. corrosion protection Duplex coating for pipes AI and Zn-AI hot dip coatings for power steering tubes A. A. or Ofl-t615 for nuts with non-metallic locking element. if threaded parts are used in the body-in-white before painting or for threaded parts with microencapsulation.

light protection phosphated.replaced for joining elements with metric ISO thread general use b110 b100 b110 b130 TL 241 TL 241 TL 241 TL 241 TL 241 c310 c310 c310 c340 c310 c330 Ofla110 b10 b11 b12 b13 b31 b310 b61 b610 c10 c11 c110 c111 c12 c13 Designation quenched and tempered black. oiled. light protection phosphated. oiled. greased. without post-treatment.3 Type of surface protection layer Thin-layer phosphating Electroplated zinc coating. light protection phosphated. light protection phosphated.4 Invalid Ofl descriptions The following Table A. oiled. light protection electrolytically zinc coated. greased. black oiled. light protection electrolytically zinc coated. non-oiled. black passivated Zink flake coating. oiled.20 VDA 235-104.83 10. waxed.42 VDA 235-104. optional.40 VDA 235-104. black Description according to VDA 235-104 VDA 235-104. transparent passivated Electroplated zinc alloy coating.Page 16 VW 137 50: 2005-02 Table A.4 lists all surface protection types that have been part of previous issues of VW 137 50 and have been revoked. without post-treatment. greased.76 10.83 10. matte zinc coated. light protection phosphated. lubricant phosphated.76 07.83 10. oiled.91 10. light protection electrolytically zinc coated. without post-treatment.94 06. Table A. greased.25 VDA 235-104. heavy protection electrolytically zinc coated. optional.94 07. medium protection phosphated.76 07. silver Zinc flake coating with top coat.76 b140 b100 b140 b140 t647 1) t647 1) t647 1) t647 1) t647 1) r645 2) r645 2) r645 2) r645 2) r645 2) - Footnotes: see Page 23 . transparent passivated Electroplated zinc alloy coating. greased. The date of the last issue that the surface protection was mentioned in is stated together with the surface protection type to be used instead.83 10. silver Zinc flake coating with top coat.50 according to VW 137 50 Ofl-b140 Ofl-c347 Ofl-r645 Ofl-r677 Ofl-t610 Ofl-t647 Ofl-t630 A.75 10. waxed. waxed. light protection electrolytically zinc coated.10 VDA 235-104. waxed. oiled.30 VDA 235-104. transparent chromated. heavy protection phosphated. without post-treatment.94 10.4 – Invalid Ofl descriptions Ofl. medium protection phosphated. waxed. matte zinc coated.83 10.83 07. light protection Date 11. light protection hot-dip zinc coated. optional.

olive 1) r677 r677 t647 c697 r645 2) r645 2) r645 2) t630. matte zinc coated. yellow chromated. light protection electrolytically zinc coated. olive chromated. acid bright zinc coated.83 10. black chromated. optional. transparent chromated. optional. with lubricant treatment electrolytically zinc coated.91 10. without post-treatment. optional. medium protection electrolytically zinc coated. acid bright zinc coated. yellow chromated.94 11. medium protection electrolytically zinc coated. olive 1) t630. medium protection electrolytically zinc coated.91 10.83 11. medium protection electrolytically zinc coated. optional. medium protection electrolytically zinc coated. olive 1) t650.76 10. black chromated. medium protection Date 10. olive 1) c310 c330 c340 c340 c342 t650. olive-green chromated.76 07.76 07. olive-green chromated.91 07. medium protection. light protection electrolytically zinc coated. bright. olive 1) r645 2) r645 2) r645 2) r645 2) t630. bright. olive 1) t650. light protection electrolytically zinc coated. transparent chromated. bright. transparent chromated.91 11. light protection electrolytically zinc coated. optional.91 07. sealed. medium protection electrolytically zinc coated.83 11. optional. optional.83 07. optional.83 04. light protection electrolytically zinc coated. olive 1) t650. medium protection electrolytically zinc coated. olive chromated.94 10. bright zinc coated. medium protection electrolytically zinc coated. optional.83 10. optional. olive chromated. with lubricant treatment. transparent chromated. transparent chromated. transparent chromated. medium protection electrolytically zinc coated. optional. yellow chromated.Page 17 VW 137 50: 2005-02 Table A. olive 1) r302 r302 r302 c340 c340 c340 Oflc14 c140 c15 c150 c16 c160 c17 c170 c18 c181 c31 c311 c312 c313 c32 c33 c34 c345 c35 c36 c361 c365 c37 c370 c375 c38 c380 c381 Designation electrolytically zinc coated.4 (continued) Ofl.83 10. without posttreatment.76 11. with lubricant treatment. medium protection electrolytically zinc coated. olive 1) t630.83 10. olive 1) r302 r302 c340 c340 c310 c340 c342 t650.76 10. medium protection electrolytically zinc coated.76 07. olive chromated. bright zinc coated.83 11. transparent chromated. optional. light protection electrolytically zinc coated. medium protection electrolytically zinc coated. olive 1) r677 r677 r677 t647 1) t647 1) c697 3) Footnotes: see Page 23 . optional.replaced for joining elements with metric ISO thread general use c340 c340 c340 c340 t650. cyanide.76 07. bright. light protection electrolytically zinc coated.91 10.75 11. yellow chromated. acid bright zinc coated. matte zinc coated. without post-treatment. black chromated. medium protection electrolytically zinc coated. medium protection hot-dip zinc coated. black chromated. with lubricant treatment.76 r645 2) r645 2) r645 2) r645 2) t630.91 07. medium protection electrolytically zinc coated. optional. light protection electrolytically zinc coated.94 06. without post-treatment. light protection electrolytically zinc coated. yellow chromated. light protection electrolytically zinc coated. olive 1) t630. optional. medium protection electrolytically zinc coated. black chromated. without post-treatment. optional. matte zinc coated. optional. acid bright zinc coated.

yellow chromated. yellow chromated.83 07. optional. transparent chromated.91 11. light protection electrolytically cadmium plated. olive t647 1). heavy protection electrolytically zinc coated. medium protection mechanically zinc coated. olive 1) r302 r302 r302 c640 c640 c640 t650. medium protection electrolytically zinc coated. olive chromated. heavy protection electrolytically zinc coated. with lubricant treatment.91 11.replaced for joining elements with metric ISO thread general use c342 c342 c342 c342 c610 c640 c642 t650. olive 4) t647 1). olive chromated. yellow chromated. yellow chromated. heavy protection hot-dip zinc coated. heavy protection electrolytically zinc coated. without post-treatment.76 07. optional. matte zinc coated.83 11. heavy protection electrolytically zinc coated.91 11. heavy protection electrolytically zinc coated. heavy protection mechanically zinc coated. olive 1) t630. optional.91 11. yellow chromated. olive 1) r645 2) r645 2) r645 2) r645 2) r645 2) t630. medium protection electrolytically zinc coated. optional. black chromated. heavy protection electrolytically zinc coated. 2) t647 1).94 10. black chromated. heavy protection electrolytically zinc coated.Page 18 VW 137 50: 2005-02 Table A.76 11. heavy protection mechanically zinc coated.76 10. heavy protection electrolytically zinc coated. optional.76 07. yellow chromated. heavy protection electrolytically zinc coated.4 (continued) Ofl. 2) t647 1). acid bright zinc coated. optional.76 07. optional. with lubricant treatment. yellow chromated.91 10. medium protection mechanically zinc coated. olive chromated. heavy protection electrolytically cadmium plated.76 07. transparent chromated. optional. bright. olive 1) t650. transparent chromated. without post-treatment.91 07. matte cadmium plated. heavy protection electrolytically zinc coated.83 11. optional. heavy protection electrolytically zinc coated. olive 1) r677 r677 r677 t647 c697 3) c697 3) t630. heavy protection electrolytically zinc coated.76 c697 3) t630.91 10. light protection Date 11. heavy protection electrolytically zinc coated. transparent chromated. olive chromated. acid bright zinc coated. heavy protection electrolytically zinc coated. acid bright zinc coated. optional. matte zinc coated. acid bright zinc coated.83 11.91 10. acid bright zinc coated. light protection electrolytically cadmium plated. heavy protection electrolytically zinc coated.91 10. with lubricant treatment.76 07. with lubricant treatment.83 11.91 10. bright cadmium plated. acid bright zinc coated. olive 4) c642 c642 t602 1) t602 1) t602 1) Oflc382 c383 c39 c390 c61 c611 c612 c613 c62 c63 c64 c645 c65 c655 c66 c661 c67 c670 c675 c68 c681 c682 c683 c685 c69 c690 d11 d12 d13 Designation electrolytically zinc coated.83 04. yellow chromated. olive chromated. 2) r645 2) r645 2) r645 2) t630. 2) t647 1) t647 1) t647 1) Footnotes: see Page 23 .83 10. without post-treatment.91 07. heavy protection electrolytically zinc coated. olive 1) c610 c650 c640 c640 c642 c642 t650. heavy protection electrolytically zinc coated. bright cadmium plated. olive 4) t650.76 07. heavy protection electrolytically zinc coated. olive 4) t630. bright. black chromated. without post-treatment. olive chromated. matte zinc coated. acid bright zinc coated. transparent chromated. without post-treatment. sealed. yellow chromated. optional. without post-treatment.83 11.

medium protection electrolytically cadmium plated. optional.86 10.4 (continued) Ofl. transparent chromated. matte cadmium plated. transparent chromated. yellow chromated. medium protection electrolytically cadmium plated. yellow chromated. heavy protection electrolytically cadmium plated.86 t647 1) t647 1) t647 1) t647 1) t647 1) t647 1) t647 1) t630. optional. yellow chromated. without post-treatment. transparent chromated. olive 1) t630 1) t630 1) t647 1) t647 1) t647 1) t647 1) t647 1) t647 1) t647 1) t647 1) t630. olive chromated. light protection electrolytically cadmium plated. optional. optional. optional. heavy protection electrolytically cadmium plated.86 10.86 07.83 10. medium protection electrolytically cadmium plated. optional. yellow chromated. transparent chromated. without post-treatment. bright cadmium plated. medium protection electrolytically cadmium plated.75 07. olive 1) t650. without post-treatment. without post-treatment. bright cadmium plated. medium protection electrolytically cadmium plated. medium protection electrolytically cadmium plated. matte cadmium plated. optional.76 10. olive chromated. medium protection electrolytically cadmium plated. black chromated or dyed. medium protection electrolytically cadmium plated. medium protection electrolytically cadmium plated. optional. optional. light protection electrolytically cadmium plated.86 10.83 10. olive chromated. optional. olive 1) t647 1) t647 1) 10.75 06. olive chromated.Page 19 VW 137 50: 2005-02 Table A. transparent chromated. olive 1) t650 1) t650 1) t602 1) t602 1) t602 1) t602 1) t602 1) t602 1) t602 1) t602 1) t650. olive green chromated. medium protection electrolytically cadmium plated. without post-treatment. olive 1) t650 1) t650 1) Ofld14 d15 d31 d310 d32 d320 d33 d34 d340 d35 d350 d36 d360 d37 d370 d61 d62 d620 d63 d64 d640 d65 d650 d66 d660 d67 d670 Designation electrolytically cadmium plated. optional. heavy protection electrolytically cadmium plated. heavy protection electrolytically cadmium plated. olive 1) t650.86 07.83 10. transparent chromated. black chromated or dyed. optional. heavy protection electrolytically cadmium plated.86 10.76 t647 1) t630.83 10.86 10. medium protection electrolytically cadmium plated. bright cadmium plated.83 10. heavy protection electrolytically cadmium plated. yellow chromated. bright cadmium plated. medium protection Date 06.76 10.83 10. optional.86 07. black chromated or dyed.83 10. medium protection electrolytically cadmium plated. optional. matte cadmium plated. optional.replaced for joining elements with metric ISO thread general use t602 1) t650 1) t602 1) t602 1) t602 1) t602 1) t602 1) t602 1) t602 1) t602 1) t602 1) t650. black chromated or dyed. olive 1) t630. heavy protection electrolytically cadmium plated.83 10. heavy protection electrolytically cadmium plated.83 10. without post-treatment.83 10. heavy protection electrolytically cadmium plated. optional. olive 1) t630 1) t630 1) Footnotes: see Page 23 . optional. optional. optional. without post-treatment. heavy protection electrolytically cadmium plated.86 10. medium protection electrolytically cadmium plated. medium protection electrolytically cadmium plated. olive 1) t630.76 10. optional.

83 10. bright chrome-plated. matte tin coated. metallic. heavy protection chromized. heavy protection chromized. low-glare. light protection hot-dip tin coated.83 04. matte. light protection electrolytically nickel plated. bright. medium protection electrolytically nickel plated. matte tin coated. light protection electrolytically nickel plated.70 11. light protection chrome-plated.70 10.83 11. metallic.76 10. without post-treatment.99 11.83 10.4 (continued) Ofl.94 10. light protection electrolytically chrome-plated. bright nickel plated. medium protection electrolytically chrome-plated. light protection electrolytically tin coated. without post-treatment. metallic. medium protection electrolytically chrome-plated. metallic. without post-treatment. medium protection chromized. medium protection chromized. medium protection electrolytically chrome-plated. with spangles. metallic. light protection electrolytically nickel plated. light protection chrome-plated. low-glare.70 11. without post-treatment.70 11.83 10. without post-treatment.83 10.70 11 70 11.83 10. without post-treatment. bright. bright nickel plated.Page 20 VW 137 50: 2005-02 Table A. without post-treatment. medium protection Date 10. low-glare. heavy protection chrome-plated. mirror-bright. silver-gray. bluish bright.replaced for joining elements with metric ISO thread general use e320 e320 e320 e320 e320 e320 e620 e620 f350 f350 f350 f350 f350 f350 f350 f350 f350 f350 f350 f350 f350 f620 f620 f620 f620 g100 g100 g100 g120 f620 g120 g300 g300 g300 Ofle11 e110 e12 e120 e31 e32 e61 e62 f10 f11 f12 f13 f14 f30 f300 f31 f32 f320 f33 f34 f60 f600 f61 f63 f64 g10 g11 g110 g12 f62 g13 g30 g31 g310 Designation electrolytically nickel plated. bluish. matte nickel plated. heavy protection electrolytically nickel plated. bluish matte. without post-treatment.94 - f350 f350 f350 f350 f350 f350 f350 f350 f350 f350 f350 f350 f620 f620 f620 f620 g605 g605 g605 g605 f620 g605 g605 g605 g605 Footnotes: see Page 23 . medium protection electrolytically tin coated. matte tin coated.83 10.83 10. metallic. bright chrome-plated. bluish bright. without post-treatment. bright chrome-plated. bluish matte. light protection electrolytically chrome-plated.70 10. matte tin coated. mirror-bright. matte nickel plated.83 10. mirror-bright. metallic. light protection chromized. medium protection electrolytically nickel plated. without post-treatment.70 10. bright chrome-plated. metallic. bluish. bright nickel plated.91 07.94 10. heavy protection electrolytically chrome-plated.76 11. bright nickel plated.83 10. low-glare. bright chrome-plated.83 10. light protection electrolytically nickel plated. bluish. bright tin coated. without post-treatment. without post-treatment. matte nickel plated. metallic. light protection electrolytically tin coated. medium protection electrolytically chrome-plated. without post-treatment. light protection electrolytically tin coated. low-glare. heavy protection hot-dip tin coated.94 10. bluish matte. heavy protection electrolytically tin coated.70 10. without post-treatment. light protection chromized. bluish matte. matte nickel plated.83 11.83 11. bright tin coated. medium protection electrolytically tin coated.91 07. without post-treatment. heavy protection electrolytically chrome-plated. medium protection electrolytically chrome-plated.70 11.83 11.

72 10.83 11.74 10. medium protection hot-dip tin coated.83 04. otherwise preferably black. weakly acidic. with lubricant treatment.94 g605 10. bright tin coated.72 02.83 g605 10.4 (continued) Ofl.94 r645 s617 s617 10. acc.83 10. heavy protection stationary anodized. without post-treatment. acc. without post-treatment. heavy protection hot-dip tin coated. acc. with spangles. heavy protection continuously anodized.83 08.83 g605 10. light protection electrolytically zinc alloy coated.94 g605 10. mirror-bright.76 k110 10. matte.83 02. without post-treatment. heavy protection hot-dip tin coated.83 10. matte tin coated. otherwise preferably black.83 11. light protection paint-coated. heavy protection electrolytically tin coated.99 10. without post-treatment. heavy protection electrolytically tin coated.94 g605 10. medium protection anodized. to drawing. mirror-bright. colorless. heavy protection electrolytically lead-coated. silver-gray. to drawing. to color chart or special combination chart. pretreatment: layer formation. medium protection electrolytically lead-coated. without post-treatment. colorless.83 u140 - 10. colorless. light protection electrolytically brass-plated. heavy protection anodized. yellow chromated. otherwise preferably black. color specification acc.83 10.99 08. mirror-bright. light protection paint-coated.72 02. colorless. medium protection continuously anodized.83 10.83 10. silver-gray. bright. heavy protection stationary anodized. colorless. colorless. without post-treatment.83 10. pretreatment not compulsory. light protection anodized. light protection electrolytically lead-coated. to color chart. medium protection electrolytically lead-coated.83 - 10.94 g605 g605 10.94) duplex coating for bulk parts. matte tin coated. medium protection paint-coated. without post-treatment. mirror-bright. without post-treatment. heavy protection stationary anodized. to drawing. mirror-bright. without post-treatment.70 04. to color chart. acc. Ni alloy. light protection paint-coated. heavy protection stationary anodized. heavy protection duplex coating for bulk parts (invalid TL 196/05. with lubricant treatment (invalid TL 196/05.74 - Footnotes: see Page 23 . heavy protection electrolytically copper-plated. to color chart or special combination chart. medium protection paint-coated. oiled. matte. matte. matte. chromated. pretreatment not compulsory. medium protection paint-coated.83 11.70 10. without post-treatment. colorless. without post-treatment.83 g605 10.70 - 10. matte.83 10. with pretreatment. without post-treatment. medium protection electrolytically tin coated.Page 21 VW 137 50: 2005-02 Table A. to the color chart. color specification acc. heavy protection stationary anodized. light protection chromated. heavy protection paint-coated.replaced for joining elements with metric ISO thread general use g320 g320 g600 g600 g600 g620 g620 g600 g600 g600 g600 g600 r649 s611 s611 u110 v111 w610 w620 w610 w620 w610 w620 w630 w640 w620 w620 w610 w640 x100 x130 x130 x300 x330 x330 x330 Oflg32 g33 g60 g61 g610 g62 g63 h11 h110 h31 h310 h610 k11 m11 r655 s600 s605 u11 v11 w11 w12 w31 w32 w61 w62 w63 w64 w65 w650 w66 w67 x10 x11 x13 x30 x31 x310 x32 Designation hot-dip tin coated. with spangles. medium protection Date 10. matte.94) black finished.72 02. light protection anodized. mirror-bright. matte. color specification acc. light protection electrolytically lead-coated. light protection anodized.83 k110 07. acc.

spot welding paint. otherwise preferably black. heavy protection paint-coated with zinc dust. color specification acc.76 07. medium protection powder paint-coated. chromated. heavy protection paint-coated with zinc dust. light protection paint-coated with zinc dust. acc. light protection treated with permanent lubricant. conductive (spot weldable).83 - y610 y610 y600 y600 Footnotes: see Page 23 . e.94 10. conductive (spot weldable). to drawing. heavy protection powder paint-coated. without temperature requirements.70 10. otherwise preferably black. pretreatment: layer formation. color specification acc.83 10.replaced for joining elements with metric ISO thread general use x330 x632 x633 x650 x650 TL 524 51 TL 524 51 TL 152 x600 x630 x630 x630 x650 TL 524 51 TL 524 51 none none y610 y610 y610 y610 y610 y610 y610 y620 y620 y600 y600 Oflx33 x332 x333 x34 x340 x36 x360 x380 x60 x61 x62 x63 x65 x67 x670 x68 x69 y10 y11 y12 y15 y30 y31 y32 y33 y34 y60 y61 Designation paint-coated. pretreatment not compulsory.4 (continued) Ofl. acc. pretreatment: layer formation.83 02. color specification acc. to drawing.83 10. acc. medium protection electrolytically zinc coated and subsequently paint-coated paint-coated. to color chart or special combination chart. to drawing.g.83 10. color specification acc. otherwise preferably black. cylinder block and crankcase. pretreatment: zinc phosphating. heavy protection powder paint-coated. pretreatment optional. to color chart or special combination chart. otherwise preferably black. heavy protection powder paint-coated. heavy protection whirl sintered. to color chart or special combination chart. pretreatment optional.83 10. medium protection powder paint-coated. spot welding paste.83 07.83 10. Molykote. to drawing. heavy protection paint-coated. pretreatment: layer formation. without temperature requirements. acc. medium protection powder paint-coated. otherwise preferably black.83 10.72 10. to color chart or special combination chart.94 10.94 07. pretreatment: zinc phosphating. to drawing. light protection paint-coated with zinc dust. spot welding paste.76 10.Page 22 VW 137 50: 2005-02 Table A.72 02.76 10. color specification acc. color specification acc. light protection paint-coated with zinc dust. to color chart or special combination chart whirl sintered. to drawing. heavy protection Date 10.83 10. to color chart or special combination chart. pretreatment: film or layer formation. otherwise preferably black.83 10. acc.72 10. pretreatment: film or layer formation. heavy protection paint-coated. medium protection paint-coated with zinc dust. medium protection paint-coated with zinc dust. powder coated.83 10. to color chart or special combination chart. pretreatment: zinc phosphated. powder coated acc. medium protection paint-coated with zinc dust. medium protection powder paint-coated. to drawing. color specification acc.83 02. otherwise preferably black.72 11. pretreatment optional. medium protection powder paint-coated. conductive (spot weldable). color specification acc. otherwise preferably black. high-temperature resistant to 400 ° C. pretreatment: layer formation. to drawing. medium protection paint-coated with zinc dust. acc. high-temperature resistant to 600 ° C. medium protection paint-coated. pretreatment optional.94 10.83 02.94 10.94 10. heavy protection paint-coated. medium protection paint-coated with zinc dust.

76 - y600 y600 y600 - not for ground connections. c697 for Mg contact . without temperature requirements.94 07.76 07. medium protection paint-coated with zinc dust. heavy protection paint-coated with zinc dust. coil coated. high-temperature resistant to 400 ° C. high-temperature resistant to 600 ° C. heavy protection paint-coated with zinc dust.94 10. t647 in all other cases not for Mg contact.94 10. high-temperature resistant to 600 ° C. without temperature requirements. in such cases r645 applies not for welded parts.94 10.Page 23 VW 137 50: 2005-02 Table A. heavy protection paint-coated with zinc dust. to manufacturing method. to manufacturing method. conductive.83 07. medium protection paint-coated with zinc dust.76 10.replaced for joining elements with metric ISO thread general use y650 y650 y650 y600 y600 y600 y650 y600 y650 - Ofly63 y64 y65 y100 y300 y310 y330 y610 y630 10 30 1) 2) 3) 4) Designation paint-coated with zinc dust. conductive.4 (continued) Ofl. heavy protection optional procedure. high-temperature resistant to 600 ° C.94 10. c340 for welded parts only for Mg contact. light protection paint-coated with zinc dust. medium protection paint-coated with zinc dust.94 10.76 07. heavy protection paint-coated with zinc dust. selection to be made acc. selection to be made acc. medium protection Date 10. light protection optional procedure.

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