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BSW, Whitworth, Hex Bolt/ Hex Set, High Tensile/ R/ 12.9, Self-Colour and Zinc, DIN 933.

BSW-Whitworth, Bolts/ Set Screws, Hex Head, High Tensile (R), Self-Colour and Zinc DIN 933 Fixaball sells a great range of rare Whitworth Hex-Bolts and Hex Sets, at the best internet prices...
£4.67

BSW-Whitworth, Bolts/ Set Screws, Hex Head, High Tensile (R), Self-Colour and Zinc DIN 933

Fixaball sells a great range of rare Whitworth Hex-Bolts and Hex Sets, at the best internet prices

Orders placed before 2pm are usually dispatched same day (Mon-Fri).

Standard, Free Delivery is Royal Mail, 2nd Class (2-5 days, most likely 2 days). For a faster delivery time, select 1st class or courier at checkout. Packs weighing under 250grams are upgraded to 1st class as much as possible,

Bolt is the term used for a partially threaded fastener, with a head; designed to be used with a nut and washer. They come with the following formed heads:

Hex Head, Round Head, Cheese Head, Countersunk Head, Socket/ Allen Cap Head

They come in the following materials/ finishes (depending on availability):

Self-Colour, Zinc Plated.

  • Most of these BSW – Whitworth hex head bolts are, ‘rarer than chickens teeth,’ and cannot be replenished, hence, the price tags.
  • Some have a zinc finish and some don't (self-colour), depending on stock availability. Please see the drop down menu; they are self-colour (sc) unless otherwise stated. 

Bolt vs Screw

A screw screws into something, a bolt joins several parts together, applying compression both sides of materials joined. A screw is fully threaded from underneath the head and a bolt is partially threaded (has a part-plain shank)

 

British Standard Whitworth (BSW) is a thread form developed by Sir Joseph Whitworth in 1841. The thread form has rounded roots and crests, a thread angle of 55 degrees; the thread form is specified in BS 84: 1956

 

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