Metric Fine, 2nd/ Intermediate, Quality Hand Taps, HSS.

Hand Taps for Engineers, 2nd/ Intermediate, Metric Fine, ISO 529/ BS 949. Fixaball sells 2nd/ Intermediate, metric fine, quality hand taps. Hand Taps Hand Taps are used to create a thread in a pre-drilled...
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Hand Taps for Engineers, 2nd/ Intermediate, Metric Fine, ISO 529/ BS 949.

Fixaball sells 2nd/ Intermediate, metric fine, quality hand taps.

Hand Taps

Hand Taps are used to create a thread in a pre-drilled hole so that a fastener with the same size/ type of thread can be screwed into it to secure a component/ part. They should be used with a suitable lubricant for better quality threads and to prolong the life of the tap.

Orders placed before 2pm are dispatched next 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.

Please choose your size and pack quantity from the drop down menus.

Sizes Available

M4 X 0.5 MF SECOND LEAD HAND TAP
M5 X 0.5 MF SECOND LEAD HAND TAP
M6 X 0.75 MF SECOND LEAD HAND TAP
M7 X 0.75 MF SECOND LEAD HAND TAP
M8 X 1.0 MF SECOND LEAD HAND TAP
M9 X 1.0 MF SECOND LEAD HAND TAP
M10 X 1.25 MF SECOND LEAD HAND TAP
M12 X 1.25 MF SECOND LEAD HAND TAP
M14 X 1.5 MF SECOND LEAD HAND TAP
M16 X 1.5 MF SECOND LEAD HAND TAP
M18 X 1.5 MF SECOND LEAD HAND TAP
M20 X 1.5 MF SECOND LEAD HAND TAP
 
 
M6 X 0.5 MF SECOND LEAD TAP
M10 X 1.0 MF SECOND LEAD HAND TAP
M12 X 1.5 MF SECOND LEAD HAND TAP
M14 X 1.25 MF SECOND LEAD HAND TAP
M20 X 2.0 MF SECOND LEAD HAND TAP
 
 
M10 X 0.75 MF SECOND LEAD HAND TAP
M11 X 0.75 MF SECOND LEAD HAND TAP
M12 X 1.0 MF SECOND LEAD HAND TAP
M14 X 1.0 MF SECOND LEAD HAND TAP
M16 X 1.0 MF SECOND LEAD HAND TAP


2nd/ Intermediate Taps

2nd taps are intermediate taps which assist in aligning and starting of the tap into an untapped hole. The number of tapered threads typically ranges from 3 to 5.

Metric Threads

Metric Coarse threads are in Millimetre (mm/ 1000ths of a metre) units and were developed to simplify the imperial systems. Europe moved to this system but the Americans choose Imperial as their default. A coarse thread has less helical coils per mm and a metric fine threads has more. A Coarse thread (most common/ standard thread) is used for heavier loads and fine is used for lighter loads prone to vibrations.

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