ASME B1.1-2003 PDF

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Buy ASME B UNIFIED INCH SCREW THREADS, (UN AND UNR THREAD FORM) from SAI Global. ANSI/ASME B was revised in The revisions pose the risk of controversy over thread requirements and disputes over part acceptability. ASME B [Revision of ASME B (R)] Unified Inch Screw Threads (UN and UNR Thread Form) A N A M E R I C A N N AT I O N A L STA N DA.

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Please first log in with a verified email before subscribing to alerts. This did not affect only the pitch diameters, but also several other unified inch screw thread dimensions throughout Table 2. The last time the screw thread standard was revised this drastically was B1. Standards Subscriptions from ANSI provides a money-saving, multi-user solution for accessing standards. This is a smart move to encourage standardization. Second, the thread nomenclature was changed from N to UN.

This statement could be used as authorization to deviate from a drawing.

UNS Thread ASME B1.1-2003

Several times in the standard they remind the reader that the N-series is mechanically interchangeable with ame UN-series.

This standard is not included in any packages. If the pitch diameter stated wsme the drawing is 0. You can download and open this file to your own computer but DRM prevents opening this file on another computer, including a networked server.

There are several other changes in the standard, as would be expected. The difference is only 0.

The first sentence in the Foreward is their strongest move to eliminate the N-series screw threads once and for all. By replacing all previous versions of the standard the N-series screw thread, defined in B1. To get the complete details, buy a copy and read the Foreward. The revisions pose the risk of controversy over thread requirements and disputes over part acceptability.


Please first verify your email before subscribing to alerts. Several variations in thread form have been developed for unified threads; however, this Standard covers only [Unified] UN and UNR [external threads only] thread forms. Revision to some values in Table 2: The seemingly random number changes hit many of the listed standard screw thread sizes. The intention is to provide accurate information; regardless; errors may exist in the supplied information. Top Gage Crib Worldwide, Inc.

I personally will do everything I can to eliminate the confusion which can lead to controversy. Begin an education process aimed at third-party government inspectors to train them to understand and work to the now current version of B1.

I hope we are not we looking at another 60 years of controversy. The drawings are not under his control and it takes an act of congress to get a drawing change. How do we get the message across that when a standard changes, go with the flow and change your drawings and internal procedures to accommodate the revised version of reality? Proceed to Checkout Continue Shopping. You may delete a document from your Alert Profile at any time.

For easy reference, a metric translation of this Standard has been incorporated as Nonmandatory Appendix C. If accuracy is critical, base your final decisions on the data provided in the root document: First the pitch diameters of the threads were adjusted by 0.


Standards Subsctiption may be the perfect solution. The pitch diameters are the most visible of the numbers that changed.

This statement is strong because it has been printed in the now current standard. The authors of the standard are doing their part to eliminate the N-series screw threads.

If the drawing change process is too daunting, issue a blanket engineering change order dictating that 60 degree inch series screw threads will be made to the most asmw version of B1. The N-series is fully mechanically interchangeable with the UN-series. The N-series thread is obsolete. This standard is also available to asmf included in Standards Subscriptions.

Live Chat Powered by jivochat. It informs all who make 60 degree inch screw threads that all previous versions of the standard have been replaced. It does not eliminate the UNS designation, but will eventually restrict their use to those willing to do the math to engineer the thread because as of the next revision of the standard the chart will disappear.

The print requires the N-series and he does not dare deviate from the drawing. Table 3B has been moved: After all that explaining the requestor replies that: When the drawing indicates the N-series screw thread, it is known that the thread is specified in B1.