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& NonprofitsBusinessesMusiciansArtists & DesignersTeachers+ all categoriesMost FollowedPopularSign Up|Log InWe've updated our privacy policy! Click here to read about it.inShare0Embed DocCopy LinkReadcastCollectionsCommentGo BackDownload ICS21.060.99Gewindeeinstze aus Draht fr Metrisches ISO-Gewinde Teil1: Mae, Technische LieferbedingungenIn keeping with current practice in standards published by the International Organization for Standardization(ISO), a comma has been used throughout as the decimal marker.ForewordThis standard has been prepared by Technical Committee Gewindeeinstzeof theNormenausschussMechanische Verbindungselemente(Fasteners Standards Committee). AmendmentsThis standard differs from the October 1988 edition in that it has been editorially revised and the specifica-tions ford1and the number of turns for sizes M14 and M16 have been harmonized with internationalstandards.Previous editionDIN8140-1:1988-10. All dimensions are inmm.1ScopeThis standard specifies dimensions and technical delivery conditions for wire thread inserts (thread inserts,for short) which serve to produce high-strength, wear-resistant internal screw threads in metallic and non-metallic components. They are also used to repair damaged threads and to replace threads worn in service.Thread inserts reduce the susceptibility of bolted connections to cold welding. They are resistant to theeffects of high and low temperatures and to corrosion and ensure a constant coefficient of friction.2Normative referencesThis standard incorporates, by dated or undated reference, provisions from other publications. Thesenormative references are cited at the appropriate places in the text, and the titles of the publications arelisted below. For dated references, subsequent amendments to or revisions of any of these publicationsapply to this standard only when incorporated in it by amendment or revision. For undated references, thelatest edition of the publication referred to applies.Ref.No.DIN8140-1:1999-07English price group09Sales No.010906.00DEUTSCHE NORMJuly 19998140-1{Continued on pages 2 to 13.No part of this translation may be reproduced without the prior permission ofDIN Deutsches Institut fr Normung e.V., Berlin.Beuth Verlag GmbH , D-10772Berlin, has the exclusive right of sale for German Standards(DIN-Normen).Translation by DIN-Sprachendienst.In case of doubt, the German-language original should be consulted as the authoritative text.Wire thread inserts for ISO metric screw threadsPart1:Dimensions and technical delivery conditionsSupersedesOctober 1988 edition. Page2DIN8140-1:1999-07DIN13-1General purpose ISOmetric screw threads Part1: Nominal sizes for 1mm to 68mmdiameter coarse pitch threadsDIN13-3General purpose ISOmetric screw threads Part 3: Nominal sizes for 0,5mm fine pitchthreads with diameters from 3,5mm to 90mmDIN267-2Fasteners Technical delivery conditions General requirementsDIN962Designation system for fastenersDIN8140-2Wire thread inserts for ISOmetric screw threads Tapped holes for thread inserts andthread tolerancesDINEN28839Mechanical properties of fasteners Bolts, screws, studs and nuts made of non-ferrousmetals (ISO8839:1986)DINENISO898-1Mechanical properties of fasteners made of carbon steel and alloy steel Part1: Bolts,screws and studs (ISO/DIS898-1:1996)*)DINENISO2320Prevailing torque type steel hexagon nuts Mechanical and performance properties(ISO2320:1997)DINENISO3506-2Mechanical properties of corrosion-resistant stainless steel fasteners Part2:

Nuts(ISO3506-2:1997)DINISO965-1General purpose ISOmetric screw threads Tolerances Part1: Principles and basicdata (ISO965-1:1998)ISO6410-2:1993Technical drawings Screw threads and threaded parts Part2: Thread insertsBS4377:1991Specification for tapping of holes to receive wire thread inserts (ISOmetric threads)3Types and dimensionsThread inserts shall be made from rhombic wire to form a spring-type helical coil. They are classified into type A inserts, for M2 to M39 and M81 to M393 screw threads (cf. figure1), and type B inserts, with the internalcross section taking the form of a centric polygon and with a locking function, for M2,5 to M24 and M81 toM332 screw threads (cf. figure2).NOTE:Locking is achieved by an increased frictional contact in the thread, preventing the bolt in the connec-tion from working loose, this resulting in an increased torque when screwing in the bolt.Thread inserts shall be provided with a notch (as shown in figures1 and 2) permitting removal of the tang afterfitting.*)At present at draft stage.1Notch2TangFigure1:Type A thread insert1Notch2TangFigure2:Type B thread insert,with lockingfunction3.1Nominal lengthThe recommended nominal length of a thread insert is a function of the workpiece material, and the propertyclass of the bolt or the yield strength of the bolt material (cf. table 1). Page 3DIN8140-1:1999-07Table1:Nominal length(guideline values)Nominal length,l1, for a bolt property class/yield strength, in N/mm2,of bolt material, ofUp to 150Over 150 up to 200Over 200 up to 250Over 250 up to 300Over 300 up to 400Over 400Tensile strength ofworkpiece material,Rm,in N/mm2Figure3:Thread insert1Thread to DIN8140-2Figure4:Tapped holeFigure5:AssemblyKey to symbols:dthread size (nominal diameter)d1major diameter of thread insert before assemblyd2minor diameter of tapped hole (guideline value)l1nominal length of thread insert (design value)l2length of thread insert when fitted ( l1 P )l3minimum depth of core holel4minimum length of tapped hole for blind holes and clearance holes ( l1=l2+ P )l5distance of thread insert from workpiece surface (0,25Pto 0,75P )l6maximum length of engagement with tang not removed Ppitch Page4DIN8140-1:1999-073.2Coarse pitch threadsTable2:Dimensions for inserts, core holes and tapped holes(with recommended thread sizes)Thread insertCore holeTapped holeto DIN8140-2 Assembled lengthsThreadsize,dNumberofturns1 )Threadsize(continued)See page 6 for1 ),2 ) and3 ). Page 5DIN8140-1:1999-07Table2(continued)Thread insertCore holeTapped holeto DIN8140-2 Assembled lengthsThreadsize,dNumberofturns1 )Threadsize(continued)See page 6 for1 ),2 ) and3 ). Page6DIN8140-1:1999-07Table2(concluded)Thread insertCore holeTapped holeto DIN8140-2 Assembled lengthsThreadsize,dNumberofturns1 )Threadsize 1 )The number of turns may be reduced by 0,25. 2 )Asl1cannot be measured in the as-delivered condition, the acceptance criteria shall bed1and thenumber of turns. 3 )Recommended diameter of twist drill. Page 7DIN8140-1:1999-07Table3:Dimensions for inserts, core holes and tapped holes(with thread sizes not recommended)Thread insertCore holeTapped holeto DIN8140-2 Assembled lengthsThreadsize,dNumberofturns1 )ThreadsizeSee page 6 for1 ),2 ) and3 ). Page8DIN8140-1:1999-073.3Fine pitch threadsTable4:Dimensions for inserts, core holes and tapped holes(with recommended thread sizes)Thread insertCore holeTapped holeto DIN8140-2 Assembled lengthsThreadsize,dNumberofturns1 )Thread size(continued)See page 6 for1 ),2 ) and3 ).Min.Min.Min.Max.Max. Page 9DIN8140-1:1999-07Table4(concluded)Thread insertCore holeTapped holeto DIN8140-2 Assembled lengthsThreadsize,dNumberofturns1 )Thread sizeSee page 6

for1 ),2 ) and3 ).Min.Min.Min.Max.Max. Page10DIN8140-1:1999-07Table5:Dimensions for inserts, core holes and tapped holes(with thread sizes not recommended)Thread insertCore holeTapped holeto DIN8140-2 Assembled lengthsThreadsize,dNumberofturns1 )Thread sizeSee page 6 for1 ),2 ) and3 ).4 )Thread for spark plugs.Min.Min.Min.Max.Max. Page 11DIN8140-1:1999-074Technical delivery conditions4.1MaterialsThread inserts shall be made of work-hardened gradeA2 austenitic steel with a Vickers hardness from 425HV02to 550HV0,2 as specified in DINENISO3506-2 or of work-hardened CuSn6 alloy with a minimum Vickershardness of 260HV0,2 as specified in DINEN28839.For applications in a highly corrosive environment, work-hardened gradeA4 austenitic steel with a Vickershardness from 425HV02 to 550HV0,2 as specified in DINENISO3506-2 shall be used.4.2Surface roughnessFor the surface roughness of thread flanks, the specifications for rolled screw threads given in DIN267-2 shallapply.4.3Axial proof loadThread inserts with a nominal length as specified in table 1 shall have a design proof load equal to the minimumbreaking load specified in DINENISO898-1*).4.4Prevailing torqueThe prevailing torque shall be as specified in DINENISO2320.5 )4.5Test temperatureTesting shall be carried out at ambient temperature.4.6FinishThe surface of thread inserts shall be bright, except for typeB inserts, where it shall be red.5DesignationDesignation of a thread insert of typeA, for thread sizeM6, made of gradeA2 steel and with a nominal length,l1, of 12mm:Thread insert DIN8140 A M612 A2If thread inserts are to be supplied with left-hand thread, the symbol LH shall be included in the designation(cf. DIN962).EXAMPLE:Thread insert DIN8140 A M6 LH12 A26Service temperaturesThread inserts as specified in this standard are designed for use at temperatures in the range from 40C to+300C.7User information7.1Core holeCore hole diameters ( d2 ) are given in tables 2, 3, 4 and 5. The core holes should not be countersunk, since tappedholes without countersink facilitate the introduction of the thread inserts.Where countersinking is indispensable (e.g. in the case of sealing faces that cannot be finished), the maximumcountersink diameter shall be equal to the major diameter of the tapped hole.7.2Tapped holeThe dimensions and limits of size of the tapped hole shall be as specified in DIN8140-2. For the manufactureand gauging of tapped holes, special screwing taps and plug gauges shall be used.7.3Internal threadThe internal thread provided by the thread insert shall have class 6H tolerances. Special tools are required forintroducing the thread insert.For *), see page 2.5 )No prevailing torque has been specified for coarse pitch threads of sizes M2, M2,5 and M3,5 and fine pitchthreads of sizes M121, M141,25, M241,5, M261,5, M301,5, M362, and M392. Page12DIN8140-1:1999-078Indication on drawings8.1Tapped holesThe tapped hole shall be indicated on the drawing by the DINnumber and a symbol, as specified in figure 6.1Tapped hole DIN8140 EG M10Figure6:DIN8140 A M1015 A2 tapped hole for thread insert(example)8.2Thread insert assemblyThe thread insert shall be indicated on the drawing by the DINnumber and a symbol, as specified in figure 7.Unless otherwise indicated on the drawing, the tang shall be removed after assembly.If the tang is not to be removed after assembly, the letter M shall be added to the designation.EXAMPLE: DIN8140 A M1015 A2 M1DIN8140 A M1015 A2a0,4 to 1,1Figure7:DIN8140 A M1015 A2 thread insert assembly(example)8.3Assembly drawingFigure8:Thread insert/bolt assembly Page 13DIN8140-1:1999-07Explanatory notesDIN8140-1 and DIN8140-2 have been prepared on the basis of standards published in other countries(e.g. British Standard BS4377), standards issued by theNormenstelle Luftfahrt(Aerospace Standards Com-mittee), and works standards of a number of German manufacturers, the aim being to harmonize the specifi-cations for tapped holes, the associated tolerances, and the product specifications for thread inserts.Users of this standard should note the following.a)Tolerance class 6H as specified here is the tolerance class for the thread insert after assembly. However,in DIN8140-2, the

tolerance class for the pitch diameter of the tapped hole has been denoted as 6Hmodtoindicate that the tolerance values deviate from those given in DINISO965-1. These modified values arealso specified in other national standards and works standards.b)Although tolerance class 4H fine is specified in aerospace standards for thread inserts, such narrowtolerances are both impractical and unnecessary for general applications.c)Tables 3 and 5 of this standard include a number of screw threads which do not conform with series 1threads as specified in DIN13-1 and DIN13-3 and the use of which is not recommended. In DIN8140-2, theassociated tapped holes, the use of which is also not recommended, have been listed in a separate table.This table also specifies a number of tapped holes for which no inserts have been standardized, as they arenot commonly used. These tapped holes have nevertheless been included in DIN8140-2 in order to providespecifications for the user of such screw threads.d)This standard gives examples for the indication of thread inserts and tapped holes on drawings. Inter-national Standard ISO6410-2:1993, which has been approved as a European Standard, also deals with thissubject.Other relevant standardsDIN65536-1Aerospace Screw-locking copper alloy wire thread inserts rated for 1100 MPa and 425CDIN65536-2Aerospace Screw-locking copper alloy wire thread inserts Assembly and toolsISO1502:1996ISOgeneral purpose metric screw threads Gauges and gaugingLN 9039-1Aerospace Wire thread inserts rated for 1100MPa and 235C or 425CLN 9039-2Aerospace Wire thread inserts Assembly and toolsLN 9499-1Aerospace Screw-locking copper alloy wire thread inserts rated for 1100MPa and 235Cor 425CLN 9499-2Aerospace Screw-locking wire thread inserts Assembly and tools of 13 Leave a Comment Comment must not be empty. You must be logged in to leave a comment.SubmitCharacters: 400 Comment must not be empty.You must be logged in to leave a comment.SubmitCharacters: ...DIN 8140-1Download or Print192 ReadsInfo and RatingCategory:Uncategorized. Rating: Upload Date:04/02/2012 Copyright:Attribution Non-commercial Tags:This document has no tags. Flag document for inapproriate contentThis is a private document.Uploaded byKoutsouvelis IoannisFollowDownloadEmbed DocCopy LinkAdd To CollectionCommentsReadcastShareShare on Scribd: ReadcastSearchTIP Press Ctrl-F F to quickly search anywhere in the document.SearchSearch History: Searching...Result 00 of 0000 results for result for p. More From This UserRelated DocumentsMais Deste Usurio13 p.DIN 8140-1Related9 p.Pp ThreadsFrom Krunal Shah56 p.AllowanceFrom mrkadu_6156 p.Measuring ThreadsFrom mrkadu_61Next56 p.Threads and Thread Cutting[1]From mrkadu_618 p.Java_KMFrom Ketan Bhadekar15 p.Pp ThreadsFrom Samuel ShyllonPrev Next56 p.(BSW) ThreadFrom jheune56 p.ThreadFrom jheune56 p.Threads and Thread CuttingFrom jheunePrev Next52 p.CHAPTER IIFrom Jim G52 p.CHAPTER VFrom Jim G52 p.Screw Thread Tools and Gages .. ( 1910 ) From www. jgokey.comFrom Jim GPrev Next33 p.Thread FastenerFrom Kazi Sudipto1 p.Bsw Thread ProfileFrom Gokul Chowdary8 p.Thread ProgrammingThreads Notes, Introduction with programs creating a thread, thread control, ...From AnikPrev Next14 p.ThreadsFrom api_user_11797_chaitanya.kuchipudi5 p.DIN 76-1(EN)_2004From aulios47 p.13.6: THREAD TRANSITIONS 641From Mahesh JhaaPrev Next47 p.13.6: THREAD TRANSITIONS 637From Mahesh Jhaa47 p.PGJC3_Chap13From Mahesh Jhaa3 p.Thread SystemsFrom Harmeet Singh Prev Next54 p.Thread - Java WorldA tutorial on java threadFrom kumarharsh23 p.10-1 Threaded FastenersFrom Deepak Ranjan Bhola23 p.10-1 Threaded

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