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Standard, Threaded Fasteners, Torque Limits For

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NASA Standard
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Document Number
MSFC-STD-486
Version
B
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0
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Responsible NASA Organization
MSFC - Marshall Space Flight Center
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NASA Endorsed Standard Status
Not NASA Endorsed
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Document Scope
This standard establishes acceptable torque limits for threaded fasteners used in space vehicles and support equipment, methodology for establishing acceptable torque limits for same, and criteria for the use of torque wrenches and other torque indicating devices on such fasteners.
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Office of Primary Responsibility Designee (OPRD)
OPRD First Name
Wayne
OPRD Last Name
Gamwell
OPRD Center
MSFC
OPRD Organization Code
EM20
OPRD Phone Number
OPRD email address
wayne.r.gamwell@nasa.gov
Additional Comments
Date on document is: November 1992
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standards@msfc.nasa.gov

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