All DIN, ISO, EN, ANSI/ASME/IFI, JIS Standard Specifications & Dimensional Drawings for Steel & Stainless Steel Nuts

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Hex Nut (Hexagon Nut)

DIN 439, DIN555, DIN934, DIN 936, DIN970, DIN 971, DIN 6330, DIN 6334, DIN 6915, ISO 4032, ISO 4033, ISO 4034, ISO 4035, ISO 4036, ISO 4166, ISO 4775, ISO 7413, ISO 7414, ISO 7417, ISO 8673, ISO 8675, ISO 8674, JIS B1181, JIS B1186, BS 4190, BS 3692, UNI 5587, UNI 5588, UNI 5589, EN 14399, EN 28673, IFI 128, ANSI/ASME B18.2.2, DIN 2510-5, DIN 34814

Slotted Hex Nut (Castle Nut)

DIN935, DIN937, JIS B1170, ANSI/ASME B18.2.2, ANSI/ASME B18.2.4.3M, BS 3692

Hex Flange Nut

DIN 6923, DIN 6925, DIN6926, DIN6927, DIN6928

Nylon Insert Lock Hex Nut

DIN985, DIN982, DIN6924,ISO10511,ISO10512, ASME/ANSI B 18.16.6

Weld Nut

DIN928, DIN929, DIN21670

Square Nut

DIN 557, DIN 562, DIN 798, JIS B1163, ANSI/ASME B18.10, ASME/ANSI B 18.2.2

Wing Nut

DIN314, DIN315, DIN316, JIS B 1185, ASME/ANSI B 18.6.9

Introduction to the Various Standards

The standards are documented agreements containing technical specifications or other precise criteria to be used consistently as rules, guidelines or definitions of characteristics to ensure that material, products, processes and services are fit for their purpose. There are various international and regional standards. Here we give a brief description to some widely used standards.

ANSI (American National Standard Institute)

Its an administrator and coordinator of the United States private sector voluntary standardization system. ANSI promotes the use of U.S. standards internationally, advocates U.S. policy and technical positions in international and regional standards organizations and encourages the adoption of internal standards as national standards where these meet the needs of the user community. ANSI does not itself develop American National Standards; rather it facilitates development by establishing consensus among the ANSI member associations such as ASTM, SAE, ASME, etc.

ASTM (The American Society for Testing and Materials)

ASTM is a scientific and technical organization formed for “the development of standards on characteristics and performance of materials, products, systems, and services. ASTM publishes standard test methods, specifications, practices, guides, classifications and terminology.

ASME (American Society of Mechanical Engineers)

ASME is an organization working to develop codes and standards for the engineering profession, the public, industry and government.

SAE (Society of Automotive Engineers)

Its developing and implementing standards and safety specifically used in designing, building, maintaining and operating self-propelled vehicles.

ISO (The International Organization for Standardization)

ISO is a specialized “multinational and multicultural international organization with some 120-member
countries governed by consensus and spanning the breadth of global technology.” The object of ISO is to
promote the development of standardization and related activities throughout the world. ISO brings
together the interests of users (including consumers), producers, governments and the scientific community
in the formation of international standards covering everything from screw threads to surgical implants.

DIN (German Engineering Society or Deutsches Institut fur Normung)

DIN serves as the round table around which gather representatives for the manufacturing industries, consumer industries, consumer organizations, commerce, service industries, science or anyone with an interest in standardization in order to determine the state of the art and to record it in the form of German standards. DIN standards are technical rules that promote rationalization, quality assurance, safety and environmental protection as well as improving communication between industry, technology, science, government and the public. DIN has been the strongest standard for metric products throughout the world. Countries without their own metric standards base have usually referred to DIN in technical documentation and most European countries have also used DIN as the base for their own national standards.

JIS (Japanese Industrial Institute)

JIS plays an important role in terms of metric hardware standards. Many JIS standards are based on the
DIN standards; however, some of them may be modified to meet the needs they have in Japan. (Typically
used for electronic equipment in the US)