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IS : 866 - 1957

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Indian Standard
SPECIFICATION FOR
TINMENS RIVETS
U.D.C.
621*884:672*4 ] ( 083.75 ) ( 54 )

Builders

Hardware

Sectional

Committee,

BDC 15

Chairman
M.C. Mowjee

SHRI YOUSLJF MOWJEE

& Co., Calcutta

Members
SHRI SULTAN MOWJEE
SHRI AJOYENDU PAUL

SHRI N. H. BHAGWANANI
SHRI K. D. BHATTACHARJEE
MR. R. A. BINNS
CONTROLLER OF STORES, EASTERN RAILWAY
DIRECTOR
SHRI R. L. GEHLOTE
SHRI V. P. MEHTA
SHRI J. C. NANGIA ( Alternate )
SHRI G. K. PRADHAN

( Altevnate to Shri Yousuf Mowjee )


Gobindo Sheet Metal Works & Foundry, Calcutta
Engineer-in-Chiefs
Branch, Army Headquarters
Government Test House, Calcutta
Guest, Keen, Williams, Ltd., Calcutta
Railway Board ( Ministry of Railways )
Central Building Research Institute ( Council of Scientific &
Industrial Research ). Roorkee
Indian Institute of Architects, Bombay
Builders Hardware Industries Association of India, Calcutta
Directorate General of Supplies & Disposals (Ministry of
Works, Housing & Supply )
National
Buildings
Organization
( Ministry of Works,
Housing & Supply )

SHRI K. RAMA VARMAN


JOINT DIRECTOR (MATERIAL)( Alternate)
SHRI A. M. SINHA
SHRI B. C. THADANI
SHRI T. S. VEDAGIRI
DR. LAL C. VERMAN (Ex-oj5cio)

Engineering Association of India, Calcutta


Directorate
of Technical
Development
Defence )
Central Public Works Department
Director, Indian Standards Institution

Secretaries
SHRI C. S. CHANDRASEKHARA
SHRI 0. P. SHARMA

Deputy Director ( Bldg ), Indian Standards Institution


Technical Assistant ( Bldg ), Indian Standards Institution

Wire
Conuenev
MR. R. A. BINNS

Products

Subcommittee,
Guest,

( Ministry

of

BDC 15 : 2

Keen, Williams,

Ltd.,

Calcutta

Members
SHRI I. M. PAI
SHRI G. K. PRADHAN
SHRI K. L. SAKHUJA
SHRI P. N. TALWAR
SHRI B. C. THADANI

SHRI D. V. VIRMANI

The Indian Steel & Wire Products Ltd., Jamshedpur


Directorate General of Supplies & Disposals ( Ministry
Works, Housing & Supply)
The Screw Manufacturers
Association, Calcutta
Central Standards Office ( Ministry of Railways )
Directorate
of Technical
Development
( Ministry
Defence )
The Universal Screw Factory, Amritsar

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INSTITUTION
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IS : 866 - 1957

Indian Standard
SPECIFICATION FOR
TINMENS RIVETS
0.

FOREWORD

0.1 This Indian Standard was adopted by the


Indian Standards Institution on 14 October 1957,
on approval by the Building Division Council of
the draft finalized on 2.5 June 1957, by the Builders
Hardware Sectional Committee.

0.4 This standard requires reference to IS: 2801951 Specification for Mild Steel Wire ( Tentative ).
0.4.1 Wherever
a reference to IS: 280-1951
appears in this standard, it shall be taken as
a reference to the latest version of the specitication.

0.2 Tinmens rivets are commonly used in light


sheet metal work, such as the manufacture of
buckets, steel trunks and fabrication of air-conditioning ducts. As fasteners, they are required to
conform to specific requirements regarding hardness, strength and workability.
This standard
specifies these requirements and has been prepared
with a view to guiding the consumers in procuring
rivets of the desirable qualities suitable for light
sheet metal work. The specification covers rivets
having lengths and diameters up to and including
14.3 mm and 7.0 mm, respectively.
Large sizes of
rivets known as flat head rivets are proposed to be
covered by a separate specification.

0.5 In pursuance of the decision of the Government of India to introduce uniform system of
weights and measures throughout the country
based on the metric system, all dimensions appearing in this standard have been expressed in
metric units.

0.3 The Sectional Committee responsible for the


preparation of this standard has taken into consideration the views of producers, consumers and
technologists, and has related the standard to the
prevailing
manufacturing
and trade practices
followed in the country in regard to the use of these
rivets. Assistance has also been derived from printed catalogues of manufacturers of tinmens rivets. .

1. SCOPE

0.6 For the purpose of deciding whether a particular requirement of this specification is complied
with, the final value, observed or calculated, expressing the result of a test or analysis, shall be
rounded off in accordance with IS: 2-1949 Rules
for Rounding Off Numerical Values; the number
of places retained in the rounded off value should
be the same as those of the specified value in the
standard.
0.7 This standard is intended chiefly to cover the
technical provisions relating to the supply of tinmens rivets, and it does not include all the necessary provisions of a contract.

2.2 Nominal Length of the Rivet - The length


measured from the underside of the head to the
extreme end of the shank.

1.1 This standard lays down the requirements regarding material, shape and dimensions, and test
for tinmens rivets of sizes with even designating
numbers ranging from 2 to 20 inclusive.

3. MATERIAL
3.1 Mild steel wire used in the manufacture
mens rivets shall conform to IS: 280-1951.

2. TERMINOLOGY

3.1.1 The condition of wire selected by the


manufacturer shall be subject to the requirements
laid down under 7.

2.0 For the purpose of this standard, the following


definitions shall apply.
2.1 Nominal Diameter
meter of the rivet shank.

of the Rivet -

of tin-

3.1.2 The heat treatment appropriate to the


condition of wire used shall conform to that specified under 7.

The dia-

IS : 866 - 1957
4. SHAPE AND DIMENSIONS

5.2 The tolerance on length of tinmens


be as given below:

4.1 The shape of tinmens rivets shall be as shown


in Fig 1 and their dimensions shall be in accordance
with Table I.
,-RADIUS

LENGTH

RIVET SIZE
Designating

rivets shall

CL)
mm

Number

OR

2 to 14 both
16 to 20 both

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{ -0.13

inclusive

10.38

inclusive

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6. WORKMANSHIP

6.1 The rivets shall be


flaws, burrs, seams, pits
head shall be concentric
The end
to the shank.
square.

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FIG 1 TINMENSRIVET

TABLE

I DIMENSIONS

OF

TINMENS

( Clause 4.1 and Fig

AND

7. HEAT

RIVETS

FINISH

sound, free from cracks,


and other defects.
The
with and at right angles
shall be cleanly sheared

TREATMENT

1)

7.1 General
- The most satisfactory
metallurgical structure is obtained if the rivets are amrealed
RIVET LENGTH SHANK HEAD DIA HEAD THICKNESS
above the upper critical point of the steel but proSIZE
DIA
CL)
(B)
(H)
vision
is also made for subcritically
annealed
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rivets and rivets made from annealed
or interwin
max
min
vnaz
NATING
NU~VXBER
annealed wire.
(4)
(5)
(7)
(3)
(6)
(1)
(2)
7.2 Rivets should preferably
be annealed
at a
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
temperature
above the upper critical point appropriate to the carbon content of the wire.
If the
0.5
4.2
4.0
0.6
2.1
2
4.0
4.8
4.6
0.6
0.5
2.4
4
4.8
rivets are so annealed,
the manufacturer
shall be
5.6
5-3
0.6
2.7
0.8
6 .
5.2
free to select the hardness of the wire without any
6.4
6.0
0.7
3.1
0.9
8
6.0
limitation.
10
12
14
16
18
20

3.8
4.2
5.2
5.6
6.4
7.0

6.8
8.3
9.1
11.5
12.7
14.3

7.8
8.5
10.7
11.4
13.0
14.3

7.4
8.1
10.2
10.8
12.3
13.6

0.9
0.9
1.1
1.2
1.4
1.6

1.1
1.1
1.4
1.5
1.7
1.9

7.2.1 When annealed


at a temperature
above
the upper critical point, the rivets shall remain at
the following temperature
for not less than 15
minutes :
a) When made from wire having a
920C
carbon content not exceeding 0.20
percent
b) When made from wire having a
880C
carbon content exceeding O-20 percent but not exceeding 0.30 percent

5. TOLERANCE
5.1 The tolerance on shank diameter
rivets shall be as given below:
RIVET SIZE
Designating

Number

of tinmens

7.3 Rivets may be subcritically


annealed provided
they are manufactured
from wire in the half hard
or hard condition only.

SHANK DIAMETER
CD)
r Under

At End

7.3.1 When subcritically


annealed
shall remain
at a temperature
of
for not less than 30 minutes.

Head

mm
2 to 12 both inclusive
14 to 20 both

inclusive

mm

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+Nil
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the rivets
650-680C

7.4 Rivets shall not require any heat treatment


when manufactured
from annealed
or inter-annealed wire having a tensile strength not exceeding
44 kg per sq mm.
3

. ., 8. TEST
8.1 Tinmens
\.

ments

under 8.1.1

Hardness Test -

or Diamond

Pyramid

Rivets

and 8.1.2.

not exceeding

9.1 Tinmens

150

Riveting

8.1.2

Test -

of shank
rivet.

shank

by hammering
ed portion

shall

be

is equal

inserted

to the diameter

protruding

until

shall

the thickness

shall be packed
cartons,

in 2.5 kg or

or in 50 kg gunny

of the purchase.

10. MARKING

of

10.1 Each

be flattened

marked

of the flatten-

is not more than 0.4 time

rivets

bags according to the requirements

hole in a plate so that the length

protruding

The

Rivet

of

being free from cracks.

5 kg parcels or cardboard

When tested in the shank.


in the appropriate

portion

9. PACKING

shall have Brine11

hardness

of the rivet ( see Fig 2 ) , the periphery

the flattened

rivets shall comply with the require-

of tests specified

8.1.1

diameter

,.

package

a) Manufacturers

the nominal

shall be clearly

and indelibly

with the following:


name or trade mark,

b) Size of the rivets, and


c) Weight
10.2

Each

of the package.
package

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