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UDC 621.882.215.61.091.1 May 1985 Hexagon socket thin head cap screws with pilot recess for wrench key Zylinderschrauben mit Innensechskant; niedriger Kopf, mit SchlUsselfUhrung Supersedes. December 1967 edition Inkeeping with current practice in standards published by the international Organization for Standardization (/SO), a comma has been used throughout as the decimal marker. Dimensions in mm 1 Field of application This standard specifies product grade Ahexagon socket thin head cap screws with pilot recess for wrench key with ISO metric screw thread from M4 up to and including M36: hin special cases, the screws are to meet requirements other than those given in this standard,e.g.with regard to property class or material, tnese shall be selected in accordance with the appropriate standard. This also applies to the fine pitch thread conforming to DIN 13 Part 13 required in exceptional cases. The entical cross section of screws covered by this standard can,as a consequence of the head geometry and the form of the wrench engagement, be located below the hexagon socket and not in the thread. This particularly applies forfine pitch thread screws and/or where tolerance positions are unfavourable (see also Explanatory notes). Its thus recommended that the screws should not be used for the transmission of high axial loads involving prestressing These screws can not be used in the form of screw assemblies with captive washers as specified in DIN 6900, as they are always required to have a short unthreaded portion of shank to compensate for the pilot recess, taking into account strength criteria Chamtered end ‘complying with DIN 78 @: - Slight rounding or 5.1 countersink at the mouth of the socket permissible (no further than e) w= 2P maximum, incomplete thread Detail X Bottom edige of head may be rounded or Lae REE pe / chamfered to d,,and shall be deburred. Fran “VPP max, ama Senae Poa = Syme Fon See table. ‘Top of head rounded 0 chamfered (pressing contour), at the manufacturer's discretion Continued on pages 2 t07 281 Page 2 DIN 6912 CC PD o7 | 08 1 1.25 15 175 2 2 Sai | vw | eats | an ata se aoTSIE| oa eat at cateraee Sees pees eee 32 36 40 “ >t- c - E : = eeu [er ‘max.=nominal dimensin| 7 | 85 10 | 13 16 18 21 24 M [eas [eve tava) 1679 | 1770 | ane? | 2007 n mm 47 | 87 | 68 | 92 | a | tar | is | an Tail deen | 2 25 5 6 7 ee = oe | fae 5,075 6075 7.09 6 a sa | 778 | ere | 1n7e | rare | 1678, o2 | vos | 1803 | 1703 | 1980 | 2200 S72 | ese | ats | 1143” | tare | 16 oes | 102100 | 148 [148108 4 3 es | 7s | es | 0 asa | age [608 | 728 | a8 | ove oas | oa | oa | o@ | 00 | 00 8 6 ca rola een ing soa | ep2 | a0as | 1002s | 12002 | 1402 sia) ena) errs | torre | raze | tazre I 2 25 | 3. 35 4 45 58 6 1g | 208 a0 | 008 | as | 408 | 625 no 172212 | 2@2 | a2) aes | ats | aes | se5 bee m {asf a 8 ai 7s [9 [0 | ns me [38 | 43] 637] 606 | 708 | 038 | 10808 | 1199 v mm | 04. | 05 | 06 08 1 12 14 1.6 7 Shank engths and | blel el 4/5) 4[ 4 [e[o | a[ oe] ele] alae 35) 18) 42] 25] 55 35) 18) 42| 26] 55/32 42| 95| 45| 105] 6 42| 95] 45] 105] 5 42| 95| 45] 105] 5 2 5 29.58 345 | 355 395 | 405 42| 95] 45| 105 105 165 2s | 508 sea | 606 265 694 | 706 36,5, Toa | 06 165 2|e/2/e[2]x1e/o/e/o/e) sa | 07 > | sea [007 (110) | 083 | 1107 | 120 | 1193 | 1207 (130) | 1262 1908 | a[a[a[slelalsle|si=[=|=[=/2!= 140 [199.2 [1408 ) P=pitch of thread (coarse pitch thread) ) For lengths / < 125mm. 5) For lenqths > 125mm < 200mm, )) For lengths / > 200mm. S) e min. =1.14 x $ min 282 DIN 6912 Page 3 Thread size d (M18) ‘M20 (M22) | M24 | (M27) ‘M30 (M33) M36 Py 2 [2s | 2s | s | 3 | a5 | 358 | « pe a a pe pa a Reference » 48 52 ‘56 | 60 66 72 78 Simone ‘nex =nominal denension | 17 195 218 mn s9t7 | 21,17 ? wa 1 ‘Nominal dimension . 1743 | 1982 v foe oer fs 33 36 fi ‘Shank lengths [and fy, Noss | dale eae (ee ewes ieee a length | rom | roe ean | om [one [em |e | mn [ont | mn [ras | mim. | som | T ai) 102, 85.5] 98) a zo) st) 66) 2) 685) 78] 615) 74] 55] 70] 92| 755| 6| 71.5| 84| 65) 80] oat | 815, 94 75) 90] 189,1 9i5| ioe! 65/700 1015) 114) 95) 110) 69 i115) 124] 108) 120 99 i) 1215) 194/115) 130) 1001 124) 189,1 | 2009 | 131.5) 144/125 140] 119) 134 102 15] 112 1105) 128] 1045) 122 See page 2 for ') to Page 4 DIN 6912 The commercial nominal lengths are designated by giving the shank lengths. The thread sizes and intermediate lengths given in brackets shall be avoided where possible. Nominal lengths above 200mm shall be graded by steps of 20mm, The distance from the last full form thread to the head bearing surface shall be /, max. ~ 5 P for bolts with nominal lengths above the dashed stepped line, The /, and /, values for bolts with nominal lengths below the dashed stepped line shall be deter- mined in accordance with the following equations: 4, max.= [ (nominal length) ~ b (nominal length); {, min. = Jy max. ~ 5P. 3 Technical delivery conditions Material Stee! Stainless stee!___| _ Nonferrous metal General requirements ‘As specified in DIN 267 Part 1 Tolerance class 69 Thread fa avy ESS | Standard DIN 19 Part 12 and Part 15 — : — ae | M20: A2-50, alloy?) Mechanical (material) properties Other property classes or materials subject to agreement. Standard DIN 267 Part 18 Permissible Ginuaaeal Product grade A deviations and ae a endeuees Geviations of form Standard ISO 4759 Part1 (Thermally or Bright. chemically) | blackened, Suace finish DIN 267 Part 2 shall apply with regard to the surface roughness. | DIN 267 Part 19 shall apply with regard to the permissible surface dscontinutes | DIN 267 Part 9 shall apply with regard to electroplating. It a different kind of electroplating or a different kind of surtace protection is desired, this shall be agreed upon at the time of ordering, Acceptance inspection DIN 267 Part § shall apply with regard to acceptance inspection. ") The acceptance inspection shall include hardness testing of property class 88 screws, with hardness values of HV'250 to 820 for sizes up to and including M16, and HV 255 to 335 for sizes greater than M 16 (see Explanatory notes). 2) Preterably CU2 or CUS, at the manutacturer's discretion. 4 Designation Designation of an M12 hexagon socket head cap screw of nominal length != 60 mm and assigned to property class 8.8: Hexagon socket head cap screw DIN 6912—M 12 x 60-88 DIN 962 shall apply with regard to the designation of types and designs with additional information to be given on ordering. ‘The DIN 4000-2-1 tabular layout of article characteristics shall apply for screws covered by this standard, 284 DIN 6912 Page 5 5 Masses Tweedaned [us| we] we] ws | we ee wie Nominal length / Mass (7,85 kg/dm*), in kg per 1000 units ~ 36 | I 39 ar | 48 [ 88 | 188 | as 32 [702 255 | ara | as | 62 zs | as | se 2 32.5 48 = 8 cos | ns ier acs | aaea | or 65 | 925, 122 72 104 140, eo [ne 88 127 | Ei ee a “139 161 | 188 = 212 726 Thread sized [| (ave) | M20] (2a) | Maa] (war) | a0] ana) | Mae Nominal length / Mass (7,85kg/dm’*), in kg per 1000 units = sia 7 eae 118 Sete eee e 40 102 | 128 185, a a ae 50 119 150, 215 i _ Be 0 ee 0 a RT OES J Eg = Ta ee] se feo | soo nee oe 90 196 245 335 [ 369, a, 607 860 1000 100 215. "269 365 407 580 662 927 1080 110 235 | 292 395 439 625 717 1160 a 10 | ass ai [as] are | ero | 772 | 1080} 1200 130 ws | ae | aes | 810 | 718] ear | 190] 1320 | 140 295 368 485 645 | 760 880 1190 1400 150 Tas | Do0e | a5] 000] 05 | ona] 1250 | 1470 ee 120] 1650 70 srs | e81| 008 | 050 | 1980] 1600 180 eos | esr | o4” | 1400 | 1480 | 1710 190 es | 722 | 0s | 1160 | 1610] 1790 200 [ees [760 [000 | 1210 | 1580) 1070 The values of mass specified for the commercial sizes are for guidance only. Page 6 DIN 6912 Standards referred to DIN 13 Part 12. ISO metric screw threads; coarse and fine pitch threads from 1 to 300mm diameter; selection of diam- eters and pitches DIN 13 Part 13 ISO metric screw threads; selected sizes for screws, bolts and nuts from 1 to 52mm screw thread diam- ‘ter and limits of size DIN 13Part 15 ISOmetric screw threads; fundamental deviations and tolerances for screw threads of 1 mm diameter and larger IN 78 Thread ends and lengths of projection of bolt ends for ISO metric threads in accordance with DIN 13 DIN 267 Part 1 Fasteners; technical delivery conditions; general requirements DIN 267 Part 2 _ Fasteners; technical delivery conditions; types of finish and dimensional accuracy DIN 267 Part 5 — Fasteners; technical delivery conditions; acceptance inspection DIN 267 Part 9 Fasteners; technical delivery conditions; electroplated components DIN. 267 Part 11. Fasteners; technical delivery conditions with addenda to ISO 3506; stainless and acid resistant stee! com ponents, DIN. 267 Part 18 Fasteners; technical delivery conditions; nonferrous metal components DIN 267 Part 19 Fasteners; technical delivery conditions; surface discontinuities on bolts DIN 962 Bolts, screws, studs and nuts; designations, types and finishes DIN 4000 Part 2. Tabular layout of article characteristics for bolts, screws and nuts DIN 6900 Screw assemblies ISO 898 Part 1 Mechanical properties of fasteners; bolts, screws and studs 180 4759 Part 1 Tolerances for fasteners; bolts, screws and nuts with thread diameters > 1,6and < 150mm and product grades A, Band C Previous editions DIN 6912; 03.54%, 12.67 Amendments The following amendments have been made in comparison with the December 1967 edition. a) The content of the standard has been editorially revised and harmonized with DIN 912, b) Screws with fine pitch thread have been deleted. ©) Shank lengths have been specified (see Explanatory notes). 4) The head bearing surtace has been dimensioned in detail (see Explanatory notes) ©) The technical delivery conditions have been supplemented and harmonized with the corresponding basic standards. 1) Design m has been replaced by product grade A. {9) Maximum and minimum values have been adopted for the individual dimensions. h) The hardness test has been specified as the determining test far the acceptance inspection. Explanatory notes Re amendment a) In respect of its dimensional specifications and its layout, Standard DIN 912, December 1983 edition, corresponds to Inter: national Standard ISO 4762-1977. The national amendments and/or supplements required have been identified. The same layout has been selected for this standard, DIN 6312, and the other standards covering hexagon socket screws, DIN 7984 and DIN 7991, although, at present, no international standards comparable to these standards have yet been published Re amendment b) Cap screws conforming to DIN 6912 are only seldom required with fine pitch thread. This thread has been deleted from the standard for this reason. However, according to the field of application, screws with fine pitch thread may continue to be ordered in accordance with this standard, if required. Re amendment c) {As an addition to the previous specifications, dimensions have been specified for the shank lengths (J, and I). [, can be consid ered 10 represent the minimum grip length. Thread length b, which has remained unamendedat 2 » d + 6mmor2 xd + 12or 25 mm, is now only applicable as reference dimension for calculating /, and |, This dimension also covers the tolerance on the nominal length { and the previous tolerance on thread length b, ie. the difference between I, and /, (= 5 P) covers both toler- ances and the thread runout. A value corresponding to ~ 51 has been inserted for the dimension /, of screws with a nominal length above the dashed stepped line, so that the thread does not extend too far into the area of the pilot recess (which would result in a weakening of the cross section). This corresponds approximately to the previous specifications given in DIN 6912 (dimension ht min). There is no tisk ta interchangeability as a consequence of the amended dimensioning 286 DIN 6912 Page 7 Re amendment d) The head bearing surface and the underhead fillet of the screw have been dimensioned in detail by analogy with DIN 912. Asa deviation from DIN 912, minimum bearing surface diameter corresponding to diy min. = dj min. —IT 15has been specified for sizes up to M24, following proper cold forming practice (see also Explanatory notes to DIN 912 in this respect). Re amendment h) As itis possible for the critical cross section in these screws tolie between the hexagon socket and the shank, they are exclud: ed from the wedge loading test (see ISO 698 Part 1, April 1979 edition, table 5). Furthermore,according to a revision agreed in October 1984 by Subcommittee SC1 of Technical Committee ISO/TC2, the hardness test has been made mandatory for acceptance inspection as specified in ISO 898 Part 1, table 3. In addition to revised hardness values, this specifies that screws having a head style which is (or could be) weaker than the threaded portion, shall be inspected by means of hardness testing International Patent Classification F16B 23/00 287