Bolt and Screw Torque Specs - The Thelen Channel

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Bolt and Screw Torque Specs - The Thelen Channel The Thelen Channel on-line Tuesday, May 16, 2006 Home Page Weather Community Tech Data Christian Reference Media Eng Library Hobby Crystal Sets Login Contact Us Web Search Site Map Bolt Torque - Screw Torque Data Suggested maxium torque values for different material and grade bolts & screws. Torque, is the measurement of the turning or twisting force applied to an object. The desired result is to hold two parts together with a tension or clamping force that is greater than any external force that could possibly seperate them. The part then remains under constant stress and is immune to fatigue. These charts apply to clean and and dry parts. A lubricated bolt requires less torque to attain the same clamping force as a non-lubricated bolt. The values are stated in Inch pounds. Bolt Size Thds Per Inch Low Carbon Steel 18-8 St. St. Yellow Brass Silicon Bronze Aluminum 2024-T4 316 St. St. Monel 0 80 1.0 --- --- --- --- --- --- 1 64 1.5 --- --- --- --- --- --- 72 2.0 --- --- --- --- --- --- file:///F|/lug nut/Bolt and Screw Torque Specs - The Thelen Channel.htm (1 of 6)6/2/2006 7:42:36 PM
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This note was uploaded on 09/25/2008 for the course STAT 201 taught by Professor Ghajar during the Spring '08 term at Lebanese American University.

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