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FORD WD951

MECHANICAL AND PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS OF (-0-) CASE HARDENED THREAD ROLLING SCREWS

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Organization: FORD
Publication Date: 12 July 2019
Status: active
Page Count: 5
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This standard specifies the requirements for case hardened and tempered thread rolling screws. It relates to standard Taptite II® screws, metric series, intended for parts up to and including M5. For parts above M5, Taptite screws with induction-hardened points per WD 952 are recommended.

Case hardened fasteners should not be used in tensile applications as the high surface hardness makes the screw susceptible to hydrogen embrittlement from manufacturing and environmental sources.

An additional "XD" lubricant per WX 100 may be released with the finish to reduce installation torque or unwanted noise on installation.

Document History

FORD WD951
July 12, 2019
MECHANICAL AND PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS OF (-0-) CASE HARDENED THREAD ROLLING SCREWS
This standard specifies the requirements for case hardened and tempered thread rolling screws. It relates to standard Taptite II® screws, metric series, intended for parts up to and including M5. For...
January 4, 2001
MECHANICAL AND PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS OF CASE HARDENED THREAD ROLLING SCREWS
1. SCOPE. This standard specifies the requirements for high performance case hardened and tempered thread rolling screws that have performance capabilities beyond those normally expected of other...
October 1, 1996
MECHANICAL AND PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS OF CASE HARDENED THREAD ROLLING SCREWS
1. SCOPE. This standard specifies the requirements for high performance case hardened and tempered thread rolling screws which have performance capabilities beyond those normally expected of other...

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