This document specifies the characteristics of plain hexagonal nuts, reduced height, normal across flats,
in steel, cadmium plated, for aerospace applications.
Classification: 900 MPa/235 °C1.

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This European Standard is applicable to the selection of bolting for equipment subject to the Pressure Equipment Directive 2014/68/EU.
It specifies standards and additional requirements for dimensions, materials and technical conditions of delivery for bolting.
The bolting selection covered by this European Standard is regarded to be used for combination with flanges according to the series EN 1092 (PN designated flanges) and the series EN 1759 (Class designated flanges).
The selection is based on commonly used materials, bolts and nuts. It covers temperature ranges of the general service of standard flanges (based on PN or Class).
NOTE 1   The bolting selection given may be used in combination with non-standard flanges too provided that the range of application of the equipment for which the bolting is intended to be used is covered. It is the purchaser's option to decide on this.
When selecting bolting according to this European Standard it is essential to take into account other parameters such as type of fluids, corrosion hazards and relaxation at elevated temperatures.
The purpose of this European Standard is to provide a selection of most commonly used bolting types and bolting material combinations as well a tool for easy selection of suitable bolting for equipment.
It is not the intention to specify all possible applications but to give guidance on the most commonly applications. According to this, e.g. application limits for material in the creep range are not explicitly covered in this European Standard but some bolting materials listed (see Table 3, footnote h) are suitable to be used in this temperature range. Wherever the starting material standard provides mechanical properties for this temperature range respective reference is made in Table 3.
NOTE 2   Special services and ambient conditions may require the application of coatings. It is the purchaser's option to decide on this. Depending on the coating used, a verification of the temperature ranges

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This document specifies the mechanical and physical properties of nuts, with coarse pitch thread and
fine pitch thread, made of corrosion-resistant stainless steels, when tested at the ambient temperature
range of 10 °C to 35 °C. It specifies property classes in relation to austenitic, martensitic, ferritic and
duplex (austenitic-ferritic) steel grades for nuts.
ISO 3506-6 provides general rules and additional technical information on suitable stainless steels and
their properties.
Nuts conforming to the requirements of this document are evaluated at the ambient temperature
specified in paragraph 1. It is possible that they do not retain the specified mechanical and physical
properties at elevated and/or lower temperatures.
NOTE 1 Fasteners conforming to the requirements of this document are used without restriction in
applications ranging from –20 °C to +150 °C; however, fasteners conforming to this document are also used for
applications outside this range down to –196 °C and up to +300 °C. For more details, see ISO 3506-6.
Outside the temperature range of –20 °C to +150 °C, it is the responsibility of the user to determine the
appropriate choice for a given application, in consultation with an experienced fastener metallurgist
and by taking into account e.g. stainless steel composition, duration of exposure at elevated or low
temperature, the effect of the temperature on the fastener mechanical properties and clamped parts,
and the corrosive service environment of the bolted joint.
NOTE 2 ISO 3506-53) is developed in order to assist in the selection of appropriate stainless steel grades and
property classes intended for use at temperatures up to +800 °C.
This document applies to nuts:
— with ISO metric thread in accordance with ISO 68-1,
— with diameter/pitch combinations in accordance with ISO 261 and ISO 262,
— with coarse pitch thread M5 to M39, and fine pitch thread M8×1 to M39×3,
— with thread tolerances in accordance with ISO 965-1 and ISO 965-2,
— with specified property classes, including proof load,
— with different nut styles: thin nuts, regular nuts and high nuts,
— with a minimum nut height m ≥ 0,45D,
— with a minimum outside diameter or width across flats s ≥ 1,45D (see Annex A),
— of any shape, and
— able to mate with bolts, screws and studs with property classes in accordance with ISO 3506-1.
Stainless steel grades and property classes can be used for sizes outside the diameter limits of this
document (i.e. for D < 5 mm or D > 39 mm), provided that all applicable chemical, mechanical and
physical requirements are met.
This document does not specify requirements for functional properties such as:
— torque/clamp force properties,
— prevailing torque properties, or
— weldability.

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This document specifies the mechanical and physical properties of nuts, with coarse pitch thread and fine pitch thread, made of corrosion-resistant stainless steels, when tested at the ambient temperature range of 10 °C to 35 °C. It specifies property classes in relation to austenitic, martensitic, ferritic and duplex (austenitic-ferritic) steel grades for nuts. ISO 3506‑6 provides general rules and additional technical information on suitable stainless steels and their properties. Nuts conforming to the requirements of this document are evaluated at the ambient temperature specified in paragraph 1. It is possible that they do not retain the specified mechanical and physical properties at elevated and/or lower temperatures. NOTE 1 Fasteners conforming to the requirements of this document are used without restriction in applications ranging from ?20 °C to +150 °C; however, fasteners conforming to this document are also used for applications outside this range down to ?196 °C and up to +300 °C. For more details, see ISO 3506-6. Outside the temperature range of ?20 °C to +150 °C, it is the responsibility of the user to determine the appropriate choice for a given application, in consultation with an experienced fastener metallurgist and by taking into account e.g. stainless steel composition, duration of exposure at elevated or low temperature, the effect of the temperature on the fastener mechanical properties and clamped parts, and the corrosive service environment of the bolted joint. NOTE 2 ISO 3506‑5[1] is developed in order to assist in the selection of appropriate stainless steel grades and property classes intended for use at temperatures up to +800 °C. This document applies to nuts: — with ISO metric thread in accordance with ISO 68‑1, — with diameter/pitch combinations in accordance with ISO 261 and ISO 262, — with coarse pitch thread M5 to M39, and fine pitch thread M8×1 to M39×3, — with thread tolerances in accordance with ISO 965‑1 and ISO 965‑2, — with specified property classes, including proof load, — with different nut styles: thin nuts, regular nuts and high nuts, — with a minimum nut height m ≥ 0,45D, — with a minimum outside diameter or width across flats s ≥ 1,45D (see Annex A), — of any shape, and — able to mate with bolts, screws and studs with property classes in accordance with ISO 3506‑1. Stainless steel grades and property classes can be used for sizes outside the diameter limits of this document (i.e. for D D > 39 mm), provided that all applicable chemical, mechanical and physical requirements are met. This document does not specify requirements for functional properties such as: — torque/clamp force properties, — prevailing torque properties, or — weldability. [1] Under preparation.

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This European standard specifies the characteristics of self-locking, air resistant, sealing, floating, two lug anchor nuts, with counterbore, in alloy steel, cadmium plated, MoS2 lubricated.
Classification: 900 MPa/235 °C.

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This European standard specifies the characteristics of self-locking, fuel resistant, sealing, floating, two lug anchor nuts, with counterbore, in alloy steel, cadmium plated, MoS2 lubricated.
Classification: 900 MPa/120 °C.

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This document specifies the characteristics of hexagon plain nuts, reduced height, reduced across flats, in heat resisting steel, silver plated.
Classification: 600 MPa/425 °C.

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This document specifies the characteristics of hexagon plain nuts, reduced height, reduced across flats, with left hand thread, in heat resisting steel, silver plated.
Classification: 600 MPa /425 °C.

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This draft European Standard specifies together with EN 14399-1 and EN 14399-2, the requirements for assemblies of high-strength structural bolts and nuts of system HV suitable for preloaded joints with large widths across flats, thread sizes M12 to M36 and property classes 10.9/10.
Bolting assemblies (including fit bolts with nominal shank diameter d + 1 mm) in accordance with this document have been designed to allow preloading of at least 0,7 fub × As ) according to EN 1993-1-8 (Eurocode 3) and to obtain ductility predominantly by plastic deformation of the engaged threads. For this purpose the components have the following characteristics:
-   nut height approximately 0,8 d;
-   bolt with short thread length.
Bolting assemblies in accordance with this document include washers according to EN 14399-6.
NOTE   Attention is drawn to the importance of ensuring that the bolting assemblies are correctly used if satisfactory results are to be obtained. For recommendations concerning proper application, reference to EN 1090-2 is made.
General requirements and requirements for suitability for preloading are specified in EN 14399-2.
Clamp lengths and grip lengths for the bolting assemblies are specified in the normative Annex A.

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This draft European Standard specifies, together with EN 14399-1 and EN 14399-2, the requirements for assemblies of high-strength structural countersunk bolts and nuts of system HR suitable for preloaded joints with thread sizes M12 to M36 and property classes 8.8/8 or 8.8/10 and 10.9/10.
Bolting assemblies in accordance with this document have been designed to allow preloading of at least 0,7 fub × As according to EN 1993-1-8 (Eurocode 3) and to obtain ductility predominantly by plastic elongation of the bolt. For this purpose the components have the following characteristics:
-   regular nut height according to (style 1) see EN ISO 4032;
-   thread length of the bolt according to ISO 888.
Bolting assemblies in accordance with this document include washers according to EN 14399-6 or to EN 14399-5.
NOTE   Attention is drawn to the importance of ensuring that bolting assemblies are correctly used if satisfactory results are to be obtained. For recommendations concerning proper application, reference to EN 1090-2 is made.
General requirements and requirements for suitability for preloading are specified in EN 14399-2.
Clamp lengths and grip lengths for the bolting assemblies are specified in the normative Annex A.

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This document specifies mechanical and physical properties of flat washers, designed to be used in bolted joints in combination with bolts, screws, studs and nuts with a specified property class in accordance with ISO 898‑1 and ISO 898‑2.
NOTE 1    These types of washers can also be used with other fasteners such as screws forming their own mating thread.
Washers that conform to the requirements of this document are evaluated at an ambient temperature range of 10 °C to 35 °C. They might not retain the specified mechanical and physical properties at elevated temperatures and/or lower temperatures.
NOTE 2    Washers conforming to the requirements of this document are used in applications ranging from −50 °C to +150 °C. Users are advised to consult an experienced fastener expert for temperatures outside this range and up to a maximum temperature of +300 °C when determining appropriate choices, or for critical applications.
This document is applicable to the following flat captive and non-captive washers made of carbon steel or alloy steel, with thickness from 0,2 mm to 12 mm:
—          plain washers (with or without knurls, ribs or chamfers);
—          square washers;
—          square hole washers;
—          shaped plates.
It does not specify requirements for the following properties:
—          corrosion resistance;
—          weldability.

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This document specifies mechanical and physical properties of flat washers, designed to be used in bolted joints in combination with bolts, screws, studs and nuts with a specified property class in accordance with ISO 898‑1 and ISO 898‑2. NOTE 1 These types of washers can also be used with other fasteners such as screws forming their own mating thread. Washers that conform to the requirements of this document are evaluated at an ambient temperature range of 10 °C to 35 °C. They might not retain the specified mechanical and physical properties at elevated temperatures and/or lower temperatures. NOTE 2 Washers conforming to the requirements of this document are used in applications ranging from −50 °C to +150 °C. Users are advised to consult an experienced fastener expert for temperatures outside this range and up to a maximum temperature of +300 °C when determining appropriate choices, or for critical applications. This document is applicable to the following flat captive and non-captive washers made of carbon steel or alloy steel, with thickness from 0,2 mm to 12 mm: — plain washers (with or without knurls, ribs or chamfers); — square washers; — square hole washers; — shaped plates. It does not specify requirements for the following properties: — corrosion resistance; — weldability.

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This draft European Standard specifies, together with EN 14399-1 and EN 14399-2, the requirements for assemblies of high-strength structural bolts and nuts of system HRC suitable for preloaded joints, with hexagon head (large widths across flats), cup head or countersunk head, thread sizes M12 to M36 and property class 10.9/10.
Bolting assemblies in accordance with this document have been designed to allow preloading of at least 0,7 fub × As according to EN 1993-1-8 (Eurocode 3) and to obtain ductility predominantly by plastic elongation of the bolt. For this purpose the components have the following characteristics:
-   regular nut height according to (style 1), see EN ISO 4032, or
-   nut with height m = 1 D,
-   thread length of the bolt in accordance with ISO 888.
Bolting assemblies in accordance with this document include washers according to EN 14399-6 or to EN 14399-5 (under the nut only).
NOTE   Attention is drawn to the importance of ensuring that the bolting assemblies are correctly used if a satisfactory result is to be obtained. For recommendations concerning proper application, reference to EN 1090-2 is made.
General requirements and requirements for suitability for preloading are specified in EN 14399-2 and in Clause 8 of this document.

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This draft European Standard specifies, together with EN 14399-1 and EN 14399-2, the requirements for compressible washer-type direct tension indicators, nut face washers and bolt face washers as part of high-strength structural bolting assemblies suitable for preloaded joints.
These direct tension indicators are specified as part of high-strength structural bolting assemblies of system HR or HV in accordance with EN 14399-3, EN 14399-4, EN 14399-7 or EN 14399-8, with nominal thread sizes M12 up to and including M36 and property classes 8.8/8 or 8.8/10 and 10.9/10.
It specifies two property designations H8 and H10 for direct tension indicators, together with general dimensions, tolerances, materials and performance.
Bolting assemblies in accordance with this document have been designed to allow preloading of at least 0,7 fub × As ) according to EN 1993-1-8 (Eurocode 3) and to obtain ductility predominantly by plastic elongation of the bolt for system HR in accordance with EN 14399-3 or EN 14399-7, or by plastic deformation of the engaged threads for system HV in accordance with EN 14399-4 or EN 14399-8.
Bolting assemblies conforming to this document may include washer(s) according to EN 14399-6 or to EN 14399-5 (under the nut only).
NOTE 1   Attention is drawn to the importance of ensuring that the bolting assemblies are correctly used if satisfactory results are to be obtained. For recommendations concerning proper application, reference to EN 1090-2 is made.
General requirements and requirements for suitability for preloading are specified in EN 14399-2 together with Clause 5 of this document.
NOTE 2   Compressible washer-type direct tension indicators are also known as load indicating washers.

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This International Standard specifies the functional properties for prevailing torque steel nuts when
tested at an ambient temperature range of +10 °C to +35 °C. It includes a combined test method to
determine the prevailing torque properties and the torque/clamp force properties at the same time.
It applies to prevailing torque all metal type nuts and prevailing torque non-metallic insert type nuts:
— with triangular ISO thread in accordance with ISO 68-1;
— with diameter/pitch combination in accordance with ISO 261 and ISO 262;
— with coarse pitch thread M5 to M39 or with fine pitch thread M8 × 1 to M39 × 3;
— with thread tolerances in accordance with ISO 965-2;
— with mechanical properties in accordance with ISO 898-2;
Prevailing torque values specified in this standard are based on laboratory test conditions.
NOTE 1 Actual prevailing torques in practical application can vary.
NOTE 2 All metal type nuts conforming to the requirements of this International Standard are used in
applications ranging from −50 °C to +150 °C.
NOTE 3 Non-metallic insert type nuts conforming to the requirements of this International Standard are used
in applications ranging from −50 °C to +120 °C.
WARNING — Temperatures outside the ambient temperature range can influence the functional
properties (torque/clamp force and prevailing torque properties), see Annex A.

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ISO 2320:2015 specifies the functional properties for prevailing torque steel nuts when tested at an ambient temperature range of +10 °C to +35 °C. It includes a combined test method to determine the prevailing torque properties and the torque/clamp force properties at the same time.
It applies to prevailing torque all metal type nuts and prevailing torque non-metallic insert type nuts:
-      with triangular ISO thread in accordance with ISO 68‑1;
-      with diameter/pitch combination in accordance with ISO 261 and ISO 262;
-      with coarse pitch thread M5 to M39 or with fine pitch thread M8 × 1 to M39 × 3;
-      with thread tolerances in accordance with ISO 965-2;
-      with mechanical properties in accordance with ISO 898‑2;
Prevailing torque values specified in this standard are based on laboratory test conditions.
NOTE 1       Actual prevailing torques in practical application can vary.
NOTE 2       All metal type nuts conforming to the requirements of this International Standard are used in applications ranging from −50 °C to +150 °C.
NOTE 3       Non-metallic insert type nuts conforming to the requirements of this International Standard are used in applications ranging from −50 °C to +120 °C.
WARNING ? Temperatures outside the ambient temperature range can influence the functional properties (torque/clamp force and prevailing torque properties), see Annex A.

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ISO 2320:2015 specifies the functional properties for prevailing torque steel nuts when tested at an ambient temperature range of +10 °C to +35 °C. It includes a combined test method to determine the prevailing torque properties and the torque/clamp force properties at the same time. It applies to prevailing torque all metal type nuts and prevailing torque non-metallic insert type nuts: - with triangular ISO thread in accordance with ISO 68‑1; - with diameter/pitch combination in accordance with ISO 261 and ISO 262; - with coarse pitch thread M5 to M39 or with fine pitch thread M8 × 1 to M39 × 3; - with thread tolerances in accordance with ISO 965-2; - with mechanical properties in accordance with ISO 898‑2; Prevailing torque values specified in this standard are based on laboratory test conditions. NOTE 1 Actual prevailing torques in practical application can vary. NOTE 2 All metal type nuts conforming to the requirements of this International Standard are used in applications ranging from −50 °C to +150 °C. NOTE 3 Non-metallic insert type nuts conforming to the requirements of this International Standard are used in applications ranging from −50 °C to +120 °C. WARNING ? Temperatures outside the ambient temperature range can influence the functional properties (torque/clamp force and prevailing torque properties), see Annex A.

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This document specifies together with EN 14399-1 the requirements for assemblies of high-strength structural bolts and nuts of system HV suitable for preloaded joints with large widths across flats, thread sizes M12 to M36 and property classes 10.9/10.
Bolt and nut assemblies to this document have been designed to allow preloading of at least 0,7 fub x As 1) according to EN 1993-1-1 (Eurocode 3) and to obtain ductility predominantly by plastic deformation of the engaged threads. For this purpose the components have the following characteristics:
-  nut height approximately 0,8 d
-  bolt with short thread length
Bolt and nut assemblies according to this document include washers according to EN 14399-6.
NOTE   Attention is drawn to the importance of ensuring that the bolts are correctly used if satisfactory result are to be obtained. For recommendations concerning proper application, reference to EN 1090-2 is made.
The requirements for suitability for preloading are specified in EN 14399-2.
Clamp lengths and grip lengths for the bolt/nut/washer assemblies are given in the normative Annex A.
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1) fub is the nominal tensile strength (Rm) and As the stress area of the bolt.

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This document specifies, together with EN 14399 1, the requirements for assemblies of high-strength structural bolts and nuts of system HR suitable for preloaded joints with large widths across flats, thread sizes M12 to M36 and property classes 8.8/8 and 10.9/10.
Bolt and nut assemblies to this document have been designed to allow preloading of at least 0,7 fub x As 1) according to EN 1993-1-1 (Eurocode 3) and to obtain ductility predominantly by plastic elongation of the bolt. For this purpose the components have the following characteristics:
-  nut height according to style 1 (see EN ISO 4032);
-  thread length of the bolt according to ISO 888.
Bolt and nut assemblies to this document include washers according to EN 14399-6 or to EN 14399-5 (under the nut only).
NOTE   Attention is drawn to the importance of ensuring that the bolts are correctly used if satisfactory results are to be obtained. For recommendations concerning proper application, reference to EN 1090-2 is made.
The requirements for suitability for preloading are specified in EN 14399-2.
Clamp lengths and grip lengths for the bolt/nut/washer assemblies are given in the normative Annex A.
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1) fub is the nominal tensile strength (Rm) and As the stress area of the bolt.

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This European Standard specifies, together with EN 14399 1 and EN 14399 2, the requirements for assemblies of high-strength structural bolts and nuts of system HR suitable for preloaded joints with large widths across flats, thread sizes M12 to M36 and property classes 8.8/8 or 8.8/10 and 10.9/10.
Bolting assemblies in accordance with this document have been designed to allow preloading of at least 0,7 fub × As  ) according to EN 1993 1 8 (Eurocode 3) and to obtain ductility predominantly by plastic elongation of the bolt. For this purpose the components have the following characteristics:
-   normal nut height (style 1), see EN ISO 4032;
-   thread length of the bolt according to ISO 888.
Bolting assemblies in accordance with this document include washers according to EN 14399 6 or to EN 14399 5 (under the nut only).
NOTE   Attention is drawn to the importance of ensuring that bolting assemblies are correctly used if satisfactory results are to be obtained. For recommendations concerning proper application, reference to EN 1090-2 is made.
General requirements and requirements for suitability for preloading are specified in EN 14399 2.
Clamp lengths and grip lengths for the bolting assemblies are specified in the normative Annex A.

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EN ISO 21670 specifies characteristics for hexagon weld nuts with flange, with sizes M5 to M16 (coarse thread) or D = 8 mm to 16 mm (fine pitch thread), of product grade A. Weld nuts conforming to this International Standard are suitable for use with bolts of property classes up to 10.9 according to ISO 898-1.

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ISO 7719:2012 specifies the characteristics of prevailing torque type all-metal hexagon regular nuts with threads from M5 up to and including M36, in product grade A for threads up to and including M16 and product grade B for threads above M16, and with property classes 5, 8 and 10.

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This International Standard specifies the characteristics of hexagon high nuts (style 2) with metric fine pitch thread, with nominal thread diameters, D, from 8 mm up to and including 36 mm, with product grade A for sizes D ≤ 16 mm and product grade B for sizes D > 16 mm. If, in special cases, specifications other than those listed in this International Standard are required, they can be selected from existing International Standards, for example ISO 724, ISO 898-2, ISO 965-1 and ISO 4759-1.

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This International Standard specifies the characteristics of hexagon high nuts (style 2), with threads from M5 up to and including M36, with product grade A for threads D ≤ M16 and product grade B for threads D > M16. If, in special cases, specifications other than those listed in this International Standard are required, they can be selected from existing International Standards, for example ISO 724, ISO 898-2, ISO 965-1 and ISO 4759-1.

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ISO 21670:2014 specifies characteristics for hexagon weld nuts with flange, with sizes M5 to M16 (coarse thread) or d = 8 mm to 16 mm (fine pitch thread), of product grade A. Weld nuts conforming to ISO 21670:2014 are suitable for use with bolts of property classes up to 10.9 according to ISO 898‑1.

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ISO 7719:2012 specifies the characteristics of prevailing torque type all-metal hexagon regular nuts with threads from M5 up to and including M36, in product grade A for threads up to and including M16 and product grade B for threads above M16, and with property classes 5, 8 and 10.

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ISO 21670:2014 specifies characteristics for hexagon weld nuts with flange, with sizes M5 to M16 (coarse thread) or d = 8 mm to 16 mm (fine pitch thread), of product grade A. Weld nuts conforming to ISO 21670:2014 are suitable for use with bolts of property classes up to 10.9 according to ISO 898‑1.

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This International Standard specifies the characteristics of prevailing torque type hexagon thin nuts (with nonmetallic insert) with thread from M3 up to and including M36, in product grade A for threads up to and including M16 and product grade B for threads above M16, and with property classes 04 and 05. If other specifications are required, they can be selected from existing International Standards, for example ISO 261, ISO 724, ISO 898-2, ISO 965-2, ISO 2320 and ISO 4759-1.

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This International Standard specifies the geometry of hexagon nuts with nominal thread diameter from 8 mm up to and including 64 mm and the mechanical properties of hexagon regular nuts (style 1) with metric fine pitch thread in product grade A for nominal thread diameters 8 mm ≤ D ≤ 16 mm and in product grade B for nominal diameters 16 mm < D ≤ 39 mm. If, in special cases, specifications other than those listed in this International Standard are required, they can be selected from existing International Standards, for example ISO 724, ISO 898-2, ISO 965-1, ISO 3506-2 and ISO 4759-1. NOTE As there is an insufficient nut height due to the fine pitch thread, there is a higher probability of nut thread stripping. Hence, high nuts (style 2) according to ISO 8674 are preferably used.

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This International Standard specifies the characteristics of chamfered hexagon thin nuts (style 0), with metric fine pitch thread, with nominal thread diameters, D, from 8 mm up to and including 64 mm, with product grade A for sizes D ≤ 16 mm and product grade B for sizes D > 16 mm. If, in special cases, specifications other than those listed in this International Standard are required, they can be selected from existing International Standards, for example ISO 724, ISO 898-2, ISO 965-1, ISO 3506-2 and ISO 4759-1.

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This International Standard specifies the characteristics of chamfered hexagon thin nuts (style 0), with threads from M1,6 up to and including M64, with product grade A for threads D ≤ M16 and product grade B for threads D > M16. If, in special cases, specifications other than those listed in this International Standard are required, they can be selected from existing International Standards, for example ISO 724, ISO 898-2, ISO 965-1, ISO 3506-2 and ISO 4759-1.

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This International Standard specifies the characteristics of hexagon regular nuts (style 1) with threads from M5 up to and including M64 and product grade C. If, in special cases, specifications other than those listed in this International Standard are required, they can be selected from existing International Standards, for example ISO 724, ISO 898-2, ISO 965-1 and ISO 4759-1.

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This International Standard specifies the characteristics of prevailing torque type hexagon regular nuts (with non-metallic insert), with threads from M3 up to and including M36, in product grade A for threads up to and including M16 and product grade B for threads above M16, and with property classes 5, 8 and 10. If other specifications are required, they can be selected from existing International Standards, for example ISO 261, ISO 724, ISO 898-2, ISO 965-2, ISO 2320 and ISO 4759-1.

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This International Standard specifies the characteristics of prevailing torque type all-metal hexagon high nuts with metric fine pitch thread, with nominal thread diameters, D, from 8 mm up to and including 36 mm, in product grade A for sizes D up to and including 16 mm and product grade B for sizes D above 16 mm, and with property classes 8, 10 and 12.

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This International Standard specifies the characteristics of prevailing torque type hexagon regular nuts (with non-metallic insert) with metric fine pitch thread with nominal thread diameters, D, from 8 mm up to and including 36 mm, in product grade A for sizes D up to and including 16 mm and product grade B for sizes D above 16 mm, and with property classes 6, 8 and 10. If other specifications are required, they can be selected from existing International Standards, for example ISO 261, ISO 724, ISO 898-2, ISO 965-2, ISO 2320 and ISO 4759-1.

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This International Standard specifies the characteristics of hexagon regular nuts (style 1), with threads from M1,6 up to and including M64, with product grade A for threads D ≤ M16 and product grade B for threads D > M16. If, in special cases, specifications other than those listed in this International Standard are required, they can be selected from existing International Standards, for example ISO 724, ISO 898-2, ISO 965-1, ISO 3506-2 and ISO 4759-1.

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This International Standard specifies the characteristics of prevailing torque type all-metal hexagon high nuts, with threads from M5 up to and including M36, in product grade A for threads up to and including M16 and product grade B for threads above M16, and with property classes 5, 8, 10 and 12. If other specifications are required, they can be selected from existing International Standards, for example ISO 261, ISO 724, ISO 898-2, ISO 965-2, ISO 2320 and ISO 4759-1.

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ISO 8673:2012 specifies the geometry of hexagon nuts with nominal thread diameter from 8 mm up to and including 64 mm and the mechanical properties of hexagon regular nuts (style 1) with metric fine pitch thread in product grade A for nominal thread diameters 8 mm less than or equal to D less than or equal to 16 mm and in product grade B for nominal diameters 16 mm less than D less than or equal to 39 mm.

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ISO 4035:2012 specifies the characteristics of chamfered hexagon thin nuts (style 0), with threads from M1,6 up to and including M64, with product grade A for threads of diameter less than or equal to M16 and product grade B for threads of diameter greater than M16.

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ISO 4032:2012 specifies the characteristics of hexagon regular nuts (style 1), with threads from M1,6 up to and including M64, with product grade A for threads of diameter less than or equal to M16 and product grade B for threads of diameter greater than M16.

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ISO 7040:2012 specifies the characteristics of prevailing torque type hexagon regular nuts (with non-metallic insert) with threads from M3 up to and including M36, in product grade A for threads up to and including M16 and product grade B for threads above M16, and with property classes 5, 8 and 10.

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ISO 8674:2012 specifies the characteristics of hexagon high nuts (style 2) with metric fine pitch thread, with nominal thread diameters from 8 mm up to and including 36 mm, with product grade A for sizes D ≤ 16 mm and product grade B for sizes D > 16 mm.
Coarse thread hexagon nuts, style 2, according to ISO 4033 are intended to be the first choice.

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ISO 4034:2012 specifies the characteristics of hexagon regular nuts (style 1) with threads from M5 up to and including M64 and product grade C.

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ISO 10512:2012 specifies the characteristics of prevailing torque type hexagon regular nuts (with non-metallic insert) with metric fine pitch thread with nominal thread diameters, D, from 8 mm up to and including 36 mm, in product grade A for diamter sizes up to and including 16 mm and product grade B for diameter sizes above 16 mm, and with property classes 6, 8 and 10.

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ISO 4033:2012 specifies the characteristics of hexagon high nuts (style 2), with threads from M5 up to and including M36, with product grade A for threads of diameter less than or equal to M16 and product grade B for threads of diameter greater than M16.

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ISO 7042:2012 specifies the characteristics of prevailing torque type all-metal hexagon high nuts with threads from M5 up to and including M36, in product grade A for threads up to and including M16 and product grade B for threads above M16, and with property classes 5, 8, 10 and 12.

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ISO 8675:2012 specifies the characteristics of chamfered hexagon thin nuts (style 0), with metric fine pitch thread, with nominal thread diameters from 8 mm up to and including 64 mm, with product grade A for sizes D ≤ 16 mm and product grade B for sizes D > 16 mm.

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ISO 10511:2012 specifies the characteristics of prevailing torque type hexagon thin nuts (with non-metallic insert) with thread from M3 up to and including M36, in product grade A for threads up to and including M16 and product grade B for threads above M16, and with property classes 04 and 05.

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