BSW/ Whitworth, Under 1", Hex Full Nuts. Self Colour, Mild Steel, Grade 4.8.

BSW Whitworth, 1/8", 3/16", 1/4", 5/16", 3/8", 1/2", 3/4", 7/8", 1", 1.1/4", 1.1/2", 2", 2.1/2", Full Hexagon Nuts, Mild Steel, Grade 4.8, Self Colour. Fixaball sell all diameters of self-colour, BSW/ Whitworth,...
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BSW Whitworth, 1/8", 3/16", 1/4", 5/16", 3/8", 1/2", 3/4", 7/8", 1", 1.1/4", 1.1/2", 2", 2.1/2", Full Hexagon Nuts, Mild Steel, Grade 4.8, Self Colour.

Fixaball sell all diameters of self-colour, BSW/ Whitworth, Grade 4.8, Full Hexagon Nuts.

UNITS OF MEASUREMENT FOR THREAD TYPES

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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British Standards Whitworth/ BSW Full, Hexagon Nuts

Description - Gauge, Grade, T.P.I, Standard Finish
No. 5-32 FULL NUTS GRADE 5 UNC/ BSW MED. CARBON SELF COLOUR Self-Colour
3/16 "-24 FULL NUTS GRADE 5 UNC/ BSW MED. CARBON SELF COLOUR Self-Colour
1/4 "-18 FULL NUTS GRADE 5 UNC/ BSW MED. CARBON SELF COLOUR Self-Colour
5/16"-18 FULL NUTS GRADE 5 UNC/ BSW MED. CARBON SELF COLOUR Self-Colour
3/8"-16 FULL NUTS GRADE 5 UNC/ BSW MED. CARBON SELF COLOUR Self-Colour
7/16"-14 FULL NUTS GRADE 5 UNC/ BSW MED. CARBON SELF COLOUR Self-Colour
1/2"-13 Whit BMS Hex Full Nut BS1083 Self-Colour
9/16"-12 FULL NUTS GRADE 5 UNC MED. CARBON SELF COLOUR Self-Colour
5/8" Whit BMS Hex Full Nut BS1083 Self-Colour
3/4" Whit BMS Hex Full Nut BS1083 Self-Colour
7/8" Whit BMS Hex Full Nut BS1083 Self-Colour
1" Whit BMS Hex Full Nut BS1083 Self-Colour

 

Nuts are almost always used opposite a mating bolt to fasten a stack of parts together. The two partners are kept together by a combination of their threads' friction, a slight stretch of the bolt, and compression of the parts.

Nuts are most commonly hexagonal in shape. It is important to use the correct sized spanners to avoid, ‘rounding off,’ the nut. Otherwise, if using an adjustable spanner you must ensure it is full tightened over the flat faces. Other specialized shapes exist for certain needs, such as wingnuts for finger adjustment and captive nuts (eg cage nuts) for hard to reach areas.

 

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