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Torque-Tension Tightening for Inch Series Fasteners

2013-04-15
HISTORICAL
J1701_201304
This SAE Information Report is provided as an advisory guide. Individual application discretion is recommended. The content has been presented as accurately as possible, but responsibility for its application lies with the user. The document covers the variables in the torque-tension relationship: friction, materials, temperature, humidity, fastener and mating part finishes, surfaces, and the kind of wrenching employed. Also described in this document is the torque management required to achieve correct fastener joint tightening. The thread fit of fasteners must be in accordance with Class 2A for external and 2B for internal inch threads.
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Torque-Tension Tightening for Metric Series Fasteners

2020-02-06
WIP
J1701M
This SAE Information Report is provided as an advisory guide. Individual application discretion is recommended. The content has been presented as accurately as possible, but responsibility for its application lies with the user. The document covers a number of the variables in the torque-tension relationship: friction, materials, temperature, humidity, fastener and mating part finishes, surfaces, and the kind of tightening tools or equipment used.
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Torque-Tension Tightening for Metric Series Fasteners

2017-11-08
CURRENT
J1701M_201711
This SAE Information Report is provided as an advisory guide. Individual application discretion is recommended. The content has been presented as accurately as possible, but responsibility for its application lies with the user. The document covers a number of the variables in the torque-tension relationship: friction, materials, temperature, humidity, fastener and mating part finishes, surfaces, and the kind of tightening tools or equipment used. Also described in this document is the torque management required to achieve satisfactory fastened joint tightening. This guide is limited in application to clearance fit threads, such as the common 6g/6H class of fit. Other thread types including interference fit, mechanical locking, prevailing torque, or forms other than ISO-Metric may apply to some aspects of this standard but are not specifically covered.
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TORQUE-TENSION TIGHTENING FOR METRIC SERIES FASTENERS

1996-07-01
HISTORICAL
J1701M_199607
This SAE Information Report is provided as an advisory guide. Individual application discretion is recommended. The content has been presented as accurately as possible, but responsibility for its application lies with the user. The document covers the variables in the torque-tension relationship: friction, materials, temperature, humidity, fastener and mating part finishes, surfaces, and the kind of wrenching employed. Also described in this document is the torque management required to achieve correct fastener joint tightening. The thread fit of fasteners must be in accordance with Class 6g for external and 6H for internal metric threads.
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Torque-Tension Tightening for Inch Series Fasteners

2017-02-09
CURRENT
J1701_201702
This SAE Information Report is provided as an advisory guide. Individual application discretion is recommended. The content has been presented as accurately as possible, but responsibility for its application lies with the user. The document covers the variables in the torque-tension relationship: friction, materials, temperature, humidity, fastener and mating part finishes, surfaces, and the kind of wrenching employed. Also, described in this document is the torque management required to achieve correct fastener joint tightening. The thread fit of fasteners must be in accordance with Class 2A for external and Class 2B for internal inch threads.
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Torque-Tension Test Procedure for Steel Threaded Fasteners - Metric Series

2013-04-11
HISTORICAL
J174M_201304
This test procedure is intended to provide a quality control method for checking torque-tension characteristics of non-prevailing torque-type threaded steel fasteners 6 through 24 mm nominal diameters. Realistically, torque-tension relationships for specific individual fastener assembly joints will vary due to the different joint parameters. Tests using actual joint components will be required to determine accurate torque-tension values for those conditions. For the inch series version, see SAE J174.
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Torque-Tension Test Procedure for Steel Threaded Fasteners - Inch Series

2013-04-11
HISTORICAL
J174_201304
This test procedure is intended to provide a quality control method for checking torque-tension characteristics of non-prevailing torque-type threaded steel fasteners 1/4 through 1 in nominal diameters. Realistically torque-tension relationships for specific individual fastener assembly joints will vary due to the different joint parameters. Tests using actual joint components will be required to determine accurate torque-tension values for those conditions. For the metric version, see SAE J174M.
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Torque-Tension Test Procedure for Steel Threaded Fasteners - Inch Series

2019-08-07
CURRENT
J174_201908
This test procedure is intended to provide a quality control method for checking torque-tension characteristics of non-prevailing torque-type threaded steel fasteners 1/4 through 1 in nominal diameters. Realistically torque-tension relationships for specific individual fastener assembly joints will vary due to the different joint parameters. Tests using actual joint components will be required to determine accurate torque-tension values for those conditions. For the metric version, see SAE J174M.
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Protective Coatings for Fasteners

2019-10-07
CURRENT
J1648_201910
This SAE Information Report is provided as an advisory guide. Careful discretion as to application is recommended. The content has been presented as accurately as possible, but responsibility for its application lies with the user. It covers finishes applied to fasteners and related topics, corrosion resistance, lubricity, electrical grounding, ultraviolet light, and embrittlement. Table 1 lists these coatings and their properties so that finish selection can be reasonably made in accordance with known and anticipated fastener assembly applications. Application of protective coatings will affect fastener dimensions. This is especially critical for the thread fit of mating parts because the pitch diameter increases by four times the coating thickness. Explanation is covered in Section 5.
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Protective Coatings for Fasteners

2013-04-15
HISTORICAL
J1648_201304
This SAE Information Report is provided as an advisory guide. Careful discretion as to application is recommended. The content has been presented as accurately as possible, but responsibility for its application lies with the user. It covers finishes applied to fasteners and related topics, corrosion resistance, lubricity, electrical grounding, ultraviolet light, and embrittlement. Table 1 lists these coatings and their properties so that finish selection can be reasonably made in accordance with known and anticipated fastener assembly applications. Application of protective coatings will affect fastener dimensions. This is especially critical for the thread fit of mating parts because the pitch diameter increases by four times the coating thickness. Explanation is covered in Section 5.
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Tension Indicating Washer Tightening Method for Fasteners

2013-04-15
HISTORICAL
J2486_201304
This SAE Recommended Practice covers installation and inspection methods for fasteners which are tensioned using Tension Indicating Washers (TIWs) as a means to ensure that adequate tension is developed in mechanically fastened joints. Figure 1 depicts a typical TIW, and Figure 2 depicts a fastener assembly with a TIW before and after tensioning.
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Tension Indicating Washer Tightening Method for Fasteners

2018-04-24
CURRENT
J2486_201804
This SAE Recommended Practice covers installation and inspection methods for fasteners which are tensioned using Tension Indicating Washers (TIWs) as a means to ensure that adequate tension is developed in mechanically fastened joints. Figure 1 depicts a typical TIW, and Figure 2 depicts a fastener assembly with a TIW before and after tensioning.
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Push-On Spring Nuts Metric Series - General Specifications

2016-11-21
CURRENT
J892M_201611
Included herein are general, dimensional, and performance specifications for those types, styles, and sizes of steel stamped Push-On Spring Nuts recognized as SAE standard. These nuts are intended for general use where the engagement on the mating metal or plastic studs and in some cases screw bolt threads is considered adequate for the fastening joint application. It should be noted that Push-On Spring Nuts having other characteristics and configurations are available and manufacturers should be consulted. For the inch equivalent of this document, see SAE J892.
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Push-On Spring Nuts Inch Series - General Specifications

2013-04-16
HISTORICAL
J892_201304
Included herein are general, dimensional, and performance specifications for those types, styles, and sizes of steel stamped Push-On Spring Nuts recognized as SAE standard. These nuts are intended for general use where the engagement on the mating metal or plastic studs and in some cases screw or bolt threads is considered adequate for the fastening joint application. It should be noted that Push-On Spring Nuts having other characteristics and configurations are available and manufacturers should be consulted. For the metric equivalent of this document, see SAE J892M.
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Push-On Spring Nuts Inch Series - General Specifications

2016-11-23
CURRENT
J892_201611
Included herein are general, dimensional, and performance specifications for those types, styles, and sizes of steel stamped Push-On Spring Nuts recognized as SAE standard. These nuts are intended for general use where the engagement on the mating metal or plastic studs and in some cases screw or bolt threads is considered adequate for the fastening joint application. It should be noted that Push-On Spring Nuts having other characteristics and configurations are available and manufacturers should be consulted. For the metric equivalent of this document, see SAE J892M.
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Mechanical and Quality Requirements for Tapping Screws

2013-02-25
CURRENT
J933_201302
This SAE Recommended Practice covers the mechanical and quality requirements for steel tapping screws used in automotive and related industries. It does not apply to corrosion resistant (stainless) steel screws. (Dimensional requirements for most types of screws mentioned herein are covered in ASME B 18.6.4, Thread Forming and Thread Cutting Tapping Screws and Metallic Drive Screws’.)
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Guide for Rivet Selection and Design Consideration

2016-11-23
CURRENT
J492_201611
This is a guide intended to aid the user in the proper selection and application of rivets as a fastening means. It consists of general information on the advantages of riveting, various methods of riveting, selection of rivets and design considerations.
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Guide for Rivet Selection and Design Consideration

2013-04-16
HISTORICAL
J492_201304
This is a guide intended to aid the user in the proper selection and application of rivets as a fastening means. It consists of general information on the advantages of riveting, various methods of riveting, selection of rivets and design considerations.
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