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: 00667

Sixth Reprint JANUARY

1997 )

IS : 1367 ( Part I ) - 1960

( Reaffirmed 1996 )

Indian Standard



1. ScopeCovers the tectrnical conditions of delivery of bolts, screws, studs, nuts and similar threaded and formed parts unless special requirements are laid down in the relevant product standards. The standard may also be applied to non-standard products for which standards are yet to be formulated.
Note-The products under the purview of the standard ( Part VI )-1976 IS0 metric screw threads ( first revision ) . shall have threads to IS

: 4218 ( Part I )-1976 to IS : 4218

1.1 This part is intended to serve as an introduction to the remaining which cover the specific requirements of fasteners like product grades, mechanical properties, methods of test, etc. The different parts are as under: Part I Introduction Part II Product and general information and test methods for bolts, screws and studs with with full

grades and tolerances

Part Ill Mechanical properties loadability *Part IV Mechanical properties loadability Part V Mechanical properties Part VI Mechanical properties Part VII Mechanical properties Part VIII Mechanical properties Part IX Surface discontinuities Part X Surface discontinuities Part Part Part Part Part Part *Part

and test methods for bolts, screws

and studs


and test methods for set screws not under tensile stresses and test methods for nuts with specified proof loads and test methods for nuts without specified proof loads and test methods for prevailing torque type lock nuts on bolts, screws and studs on nuts

Xl Electroplated coatings on threaded fasteners XII Phosphate coatings on threaded fasteners XIII Hot dip galvanized coatings on threaded fasteners XIV Stainless steel threaded fasteners XV Requirements at subzero and elevated temperatures XVI Designation system and symbols XVII Acceptance criteria and studs

Part XVIII Marking and mode uf delivery Part XIX Axial load fatigue testing of bolts, screws 2. General Requirements

2.1 NO specific manufacturing method need be adhered to as long as the products exhibit the strength characteristics and conform to the relevant product grades along with the dimensional requirements as stipulated in the product standards. 2.2 No specific appearance of the products is specified.
or finished bright on all surfaces. Fastenerr

Note-Fasteners are normally supplied that have been heat treated are dull back 2.3 Unless
suitably protected

in either dull back condition

otherwise specified, the products shall be supplied against corrosion with a thin film of oil.
of these parts will await corresponding international agreement.

in a well-cleaned





22 April


0 June 1980, ISI


Or 2




IS : 1367 ( Part I ) - 1980 2.4 Unless to remain. otherwise specified, centre holes in both, screws and studs in all grades may be allowed

3. Workmanship 3.1 Fasteners serviceability, shall be cleanly finished, consistent with the method sound and free of manufacture. from defects which may affect their

3.2 Fasteners shall have full surfaces and edges in keeping with the method of manufacture. shall be free from burrs, although barely perceptible thin burrs which result, for example, slotting and trimming operations, may be left out. 3.3 Grade C bolts may have reasonable die seam on the shank, with such seams shall exceed the maximum permissible diameter.

They from

but in no case the shank diameter


NOTE a result of fasteners, substantial been split

This standard was first published in 1961 and subsequently revised in 1967. As international agreements arising from the work of ISO/JC 2, the IS0 committee on extensive alterations have come about, which have necessitated a thorough revision with additions to the 1967 edition. For technical and drafting reasons alike, the standard has into various parts, as already spelt out in the standard. While specific requirements intended to provide an introduction which are general in nature.

of fasteners are covered in the rest of the parts, this part is to the different parts of the standard and cover requirements

The concept of full and reduced loadability of externally threaded fasteners has been introduced in the present revision although international agreements are yet to be reached on screws with reduced loadability. Accordingly products with different geometry and head configuration would no longer be called to exhibit uniform loadability or strength characteristics. Similarly se! screws ( grub screws ) are classified as a separate category since these type of screws Thus the strength characteristic for set screws would shift from are not under tensile stresses. tensile strength to hardness values. Similar to the externally threaded fasteners, distinctions characteristics of nuts depending on whether they are hexagon thin nuts, nuts of special geometry, etc. have been made in the strength nuts with standard thread heights,

One of the important additions in the present revision has been the limits of surface The new requirements on surface flaws which quantify the discontinuities on bolts and nuts. defects with allowable limits also include sampling plans for acceptance programmes. The revision also includes requirements of electroplated coatings and chemical conversion coatings like phosphating on threaded fasteners. A list of related standards which cover the various parameters like nominal lengths, thread length, thread run-out and undercuts, thread ends, dimensions for radii under the head, etc, is given in Appendix A. The list also includes standards on raw materials and methods of test on fasteners. 2





standards on fasteners )


list does not include steel (standard for limits


IS : 226-1975
IS : 919-1963 IS : 1368-1967 IS : 1369-1975 IS : 1499-1959 IS : 1500-1968 IS : 1501-1968 IS : 1570-1961 IS : 1570



( fifth revision) (revised)

Recommendations Dimensions Dimensions Method Method Method

and fits for engineering

of ends of bolts and screws of screw thread run-outs

( firsf revision)
( firsf revision ) ) for steel ) )

and undercuts

for Charpy

impact test ( U-notch

for Brine11 hardness for Vickers hardness

test for steel ( tksf revision test for steel (



for wrought

steels for general


purposes ( first revision ) )


for wrought

steels: by tensile ( unalloyed and/or yield properties

( Part I ) - 1978 ( Part II ) - 1979 ( Part IV) - 1979 ( Part V ) - 1972 IS : 1586-1968 IS : 1608-1972 IS : 1821-1967 IS : 2253-1969 IS : 2334-1975 IS : 2591-1969 IS : 2614-1969 IS : 4172-1967 IS : 4206-1967 IS : 4218-1976 IS : 8535-1977 IS : 8536-1977 IS : 8537-1977 IS : IS : Methods Methods

Steels specified Carbon Carbon Stainless steels

steels ) ( firsf revision free cutting

and carbon-manganese and heat-resisting hardness

steels )

( firsf revision

steels ( first revision ( f7rst revision bolts (first )

for Rockwell for tensile

test ( B and C scales ) for steel (first revision )


of steel products holes for metric the manufacture


for clearance

Mild steel wire rod for process ) ( first revision ) Gauging Hot rolled Methods practice

of machine

screws )

( by cold


for IS0 metric screw threads components (first

( first revision )

bars for threaded for sampling

( firsf revision
revision )

of fasteners

Dimensions Dimensions IS0 metric Terminology Dimensioning Nomenclature Dimensions

for radii under the head of bolts and screws for nominal screw threads for features of fasteners and terminology for width across split pin of fasteners flats for hexagon holes, wire holes bolts and nuts (under and head slots for preparation bolts ) lengths and thread ) lengths for bolts, screws and studs ( firsf revision of fasteners

Dimensions for preparafion )

( under


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