DIN 931-2 PDF

DIN Hexagon head bolts,metric thread M42 to M×6, product grade B 德标DIN DIN DIN Hexagon head. DIN Hexagon head bolts – Part 2: Metric thread M 68 to M x 6 – Product grade B. standard by Deutsches Institut Fur Normung E.V. This standard, supplementing DIN EN ISO , specifies dimensions and technical delivery conditions for sizes M 68 to M × 6 hexagon head bolts of.

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Roller containers for the transport on road and rail. Hexagon head bolts-Product grade C.

DIN 931-2-1987 Hexagon head bolts,metric thread M42 to M160×6, product grade B

Hexagon head with waisted shank. Laboratory furniture; safety cabinets for microbiological and biotechnological work; requirements and testing.

ddin Electricity meters – Part 2: ISO general purpose metric screw threads – Part Bibliographic references to documents – Part 1: Valve inlet and outlet connections.

Hexagon slotted nuts and castle nuts with metric coarse and fine pitch thread – Product grades A and B. Energetic evaluation of heating and ventilation systems in existing buildings – Part Fasteners – Part 2: Metric black hexagon head bolts and screws. Connectors for coupling an external low-voltage power to portable entertainment equipment describes at least two DC coaxial power plugs.

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DIN – Free CAD models – M42 to M x 6 hexagon head bolts – TraceParts

Dimensions and allocation of probes and gas-specific idn points for terminal units for compressed medical gases and vacuum. Fasteners – Part Alphanumeric office machines; alphanumeric keyboards, keyboard arrangement for electro-mechanical operated typewriters.

Representation of 7-bit code character sets on punched tape Letter symbols for physical quantities – Part 9: This is an incomplete list of DIN standards. Lead storage batteries; starter batteries with basic fastening 10,5 for passenger cars and commercial vehicles; nominal capacities, main dimensions. Energy efficiency of heating and ventilation systems in buildings – Part Fire behaviour of building materials and elements – Part 4: Hot rolled Dni wide flange I-beams heavy pattern, IPBv-serie; dimensions, masses, sectional properties.

Physics of radiation in the field of optics and illuminating engineering – Part This sets a time limit for both manufacturer and user of hexagon products by which the changeover to the new widths across flats must be effected. Artificial lighting – Part 3: Technical delivery conditions; Property classes for carbon steel and alloy steel bolts and screws; Conversion of property classes.

Seat leathers for the mining industry miner’s apron.

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Nature and extent of minimum equipment. Photographic sensitometry, determination of the speed of black and white negative materials for pictorial photography Electrical measuring instruments; direct acting indicating electrical measuring instruments and their accessories.

DIN – M42 to M*6 hexagon head bolts – Product grade B –

Hexagon head bolts-Grade C. Wiring and disposition of electrical equipment. Basic Concepts in Metrology — Part 3: Photographic sensitometry, determination of optical density; geometric conditions for transmission density Vocabulary for value management, value analysis and functional analysis – Part 1: Quantities, symbols and units of illuminating engineering.

Ductile iron pressure pipes with socket with cement-mortar lining for gas and water pipelines; dimensions and masses. Fire behaviour of building materials and components – Part Artificial lighting – Part 7: Roller contact tipper vehicles, roller containers – Part 3: Road vehicles; degrees of protection IP-code ; protection against foreign objects; water and contact; electrical equipment.

Fire fighting vehicles – Part Roofing – Concepts, requirements and testing. Thermal insulation and energy economy in buildings – Part