Metric thread charts contain information regarding the internal and external diameter of the bolt or nut, the thread's spacing and the thread's minimum and maximum pitch. It also contains the ISO metric thread profile.
A metric chart is a graphical representation listing metric units, and it shows how to convert them into equivalent units within the metric system or within other standard measurement systems. For example, many metric charts list U.S. customary units alongside metric units for ease of converting one
CSGNetwork.com provides a metric chart for machine screw sizes and EngineersEdge.com offers a list of links to metric size charts for various types of screw and fastener sizes. In addition to a drill screw metric size chart, CSGNetwork.com offers a tap and clearance drill screw size chart.
A metric system conversion chart is used to convert between different units in the metric system. It may also provide conversion information to switch from units in the metric system to units in the imperial system of measurement.
A conversion chart for the metric system can be found at ScienceMadeSimple.com. The website also offers a metric conversion calculator for many common units such as area, speed, distance, volume and weight.
Engineers Edge, Eglin Fasteners Group and Laptop Screws are some of the places where you can find metric bolt specifications charts. These sites provide detailed information on general and specific metric bolt grades.
As of 2015, charts to convert metric cooking measurements are available from RecipeLand, Epicurious, and Nourish Interactive. Charts from RecipeLand and Epicurious can be viewed online, while charts from Nourish Interactive can be viewed online or printed.
A metric conversion chart table is a table that gives the necessary information to convert between different units in the metric system. For example, a table for volume measurements may show the conversion process between liters, milliliters, cubic centimeters and kiloliters.
The information on a bolt thread-size chart varies depending on its type, but dimensions and thread count are basic data that are always included. The easiest charts for identifying dimensions are layover charts that show full-size outlines and list unique characteristics of each.
The Engineering ToolBox and Maryland Metrics are two organizations that have charts showing pipe thread sizes on their websites. Common American national standard pipe taper threads are the NPT and NPTF, says The Engineering ToolBox.