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IS0 286-2 : 1988
( Reaffirmed 1998 )
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Indian Standard
IS0 SYSTEM
PART

OF LIMITS

AND

TABLES OF STANDARD
TOLERANCE
GRADES
DEVIATIONS
FOR HOLES AND SHAFTS

FITS
AND

LIMIT

( First Revision
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BUREAU
MANAK

OF

BHAVAN,

INDIAN
9

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NEW DELHI
January

1993

STANDARDS
SHAH

ZAFAR

MARG

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Engineering

Standards

Sectional

Committee,

LM 01

CONTENTS
Page
0

introduction

...

...

...

...

...

Scope

...

Field of applicatibn

...

...

...

References

...

...

...

Standard

...

...

. ..

Limit

deviations

for holes

...

...

. ..

Limit

deviations

for shafts

...

...

.. .

...

...

.*.

2 to 32

...

. ..

...

...

...

8 to 38

shafts

...

39

tolerances

Bibliography

Notes
Tables

Annex

on the presentation

of Tables

2 to 32

Graphical

NATIONAL

review

of tolerance

zones of holes and

FOREWORD

This Indian Standard


( First Revision ) which
is identical
of limits and fits - Part 2 : Tables of standard
tolerance
and shafts,
issued
by ths International
Organization
for
Bureau of Indian
Standards
on the recommendations
of
Committee
( LM 01 ) and approval of the Light Mechanical

with IS0 286-2 : 1988 IS0 system


grades and limit deviations
for holes
Standardization
was adopted by the
the Engineering
Standards Sectional
Engineering
Division Council.

The standard
was originally
published
in 1979
taking
assistance
from ISO/R
286- 1962
IS0 system cf limits and fits general, tolerances
and deviations.
Present revision has been
taken up to hsrm3nize with IS0 286-2 : 1988.
The deviation
requirement
of the most common
shafts and holes such as cd, CD, ef, FF, fg. FG for sizes up to 10 mm covered in the earlier
IS0
system of limits 2nd fits :
version have now been included in IS 919 ( Part 1 ) : 1993
Part 1 Bases of tolerances,
deviations
and fits ( secondrevision
)
This standard

is a necessaxy

adjunct

to IS 919

( Part 1 ) : 1993.

In the adcpted standard certain terminology


and conventions
are not identical
in the Indian Standard,
attention
is especially dratin to the following:
a) Comma ( , ) has been used as a decimal
practice is to use point ( . ) as the decimal
b) Wherever thr: words International
be read as Indian Standard.

marker while
marker.

!%ndard

appear,

in Indian

referring

with

Standards,

to this standard,

those

used

the current
they shall

In the adopted
standard
reference appears to certain international
standards
fur which Indian
The corresponding
Indian
Standards
which
are to be substituted
in
Standards
also exist.
their place are listed below along with their degree oi equivalence
for the editions indicated:
International
Standard
IS0

286-l

IS0

1829

: 1988

: 1985

Corresponding

Indian

Standard

Degree of
Equivalence

IS 919 ( Part 1 ) : 1992 IS0 system of limits


and fits : Part 7 Bases of tolerances,
deviations and fits ( second revision )

ldenticcl

IS 2709
: 1982
Guide
( first revision )

Technically
equivalent

for selection

of

fits

IS 919 ( Part 2) : 1993


IS0 288-2 : 1988

Jndian Standard
IS0 SYSTEM
PART

OF LIMITS AND FITS

TABLES OF STANDARD
TOLERANCE
GRADES
DEVIATIONS
FOR HOLES AND SHAFTS

AND

LIMIT

( First Revision )

Introduction

IS0 286 covers values for the upfier deviations ES (for holes)
and es (for shafts), and the lower deviations Et (for holes) and
ei (for shafts) (see figure 1).

The need for limits and fits for machined workpieces was
brought about mainly by the inherent inaccuracy of manufacturing methods, coupled with the fact that exactness of size
was found to be unnecessary for most workpieces. In order
that function could be satisfied, it was found sufficient to
manufacture a given workpiece so that its size lay within two
permissible limits, i.e. a tolerance, this being the variation in
size acceptable in manufacture.

NOTE - In the tables of limit deviations,the values for the upper


deviationES or es are shown abovethe valuesfor the lower deviation
EI or ei except for tolerance class JS and js which is symmetrical about
the zero line.

Similarly, where a specific fit condition is required between


mating workpieces, it is necessary to ascribe an allowance,
either positive or negative, to the basic size to achieve the required clearance or interference, i.e. a deviation.

The IS0 system of limits and fits provides a system of tolerances and deviations suitable for plain workpieces.

With developments in industry and international trade, it


became necessary to develop formal systems of limits and fits,
firstly at the industrial level, then at the national level and later
at the international level.

It should be noted that the general term hole or shaft used


in this International Standard can be taken as referring to the
space contained by (or containing) the two parallel faces (or
tangent planes) of any workpiece, such as the width of a slot or
the thickness of a key (see also IS0 2861). Similarly, the term
commonly used holes and shafts shall be interpreted as providing a very wide choice of limit deviations suitable for a wide
variety of requirements.

This International Standard therefore gives the internationally


accepted system of limits and fits.
A general graphical representation of the relationship between
the respective tolerance classes and their deviations is given in
the annex.

Field of application

For further information on terminology, symbols, bases of the


system, etc., see IS0 286-l.

Scope

This part of IS0 286 gives values of the limit deviations for
commonly used tolerance classes (zones) for holes and shafts
calculated from the information given in IS0 286-l. This part of

Notes on the presentation of tables 2 to 32 are given on


page 7.

IS 919( Part2):
IS0

1993

288-2 : 1988

Figure

b)

Shafts (external features)

1 -

Upper

and lower

to 16, are not intended to give detailed directives on the selec-

See also clause 7.


IS0

tolerances,

deviations

system

1829, Selection

Standard

deviations

Attention is drawn to the fact that the tolerance classes shown


in figures 2 and 3, and their limit deviations, given in tables 2

IS0 286-1,

Holes (internal features)

References

NOTE -

IS0

a)

of limits and fits -

Part I:

tion of tolerance classes for any purpose. Recommendations


for the selection of tolerance classes are given in IS0 1929.

Bases of

and fits.
of tolerance

NOTE - Some tolerance classes are only provided for a restricted


range of basic size steps. For further information, see note 1 on page 7.

zones for general purposes.

tolerances
6

The values of standard

tolerance

Limit

deviations

for shafts

representation

of the tolerance

grades IT1 to IT18 inclusive


A synoptic

are given in table 1.

classes for shafts,

given in this part of IS0 286, is shown in figures 4 and 5.


For information
see IS0 286-l
see IS0 286-1,

on the bases of the system and its application,

; for values of standard tolerances IT0 and ITOI,

Attention

is drawn to the fact that the tolerance

in figures 4 and 5, and their limit deviations,

annex A, table 5.

classes shown

given in tables 17

to 32, are not intended to give detai,led directives on the selec-

Limit

deviations

tion of tolerance classes for any purpose. Recommendations


for the selection of tolerance classes are given in IS0 1829.

for holes

NOTE - Some tolerance classes are only provided for a restricted


range of basic size steps. For further information, see note 1 on page 7.

A synoptic representation
of the tolerance classes for holes,
given in this part of IS0 286, is shown in figures 2 and 3.

IS 919 (Part2):
1993
IS0 288-2 : 1988

IS0 2WA Technical drawings &lax&on3 material principle.

Bibliography

The following International Standards on tolerancing and


tolerance systems will be useful with regard to the application
of this part of IS0 285:
IS0 405, Technical drawihgs ing - Indications
on drawings;
-

Geometrical tolerancing -

IST) 2766-1, General tolerances for d!mensions without


tolerance ind&ations - Part 1: Tolerances for linear and
angular dimensions. 2,

Linear and angular tolerancIS0 5155, Syste/n of cone fits for cones from C = 1 : 3 to
1 : 500, lengths from 6 to 630 mm and diameters up to 500 mm.

IS0 1101, Technical drawings - Geometrical tolerancing Tolerancing of form, orientation, location and run-out Generalities, #Wtions,
symbols, indications on drawings.

IS0 8015,
principle.

ISOIR 1938, IS0 q&tern of limits and fits - Inspection of plain


workpieces. 11

I)

At present under revision.

2)

At pressntat the stage of draft. (Revision,in part, of IS0 2768 :

Technical drawings -

IS0 8052, Castings -

19%)
3

Fundamental

tolerancing

System of dimensional tolerances.

IS 919(Part2):1993
IS0 286-2:1988

NOTE

This table,

Table

1 -

taken

from

Numerical
IS0 286-l.

values

of standard

has been included

tolerance

grades

IT for basic sizes up to 3 150 mm )

in this part of IS0 266 to facilitate

understanding

and use of the system.

1)

Values

for standard

tolerance

grades

IT01 and IT0 for basic sizes less than or equal to 500 mm are grven in IS0

286-1,

21

Values

for standard

tolerance

grades

IT1 to IT5 (inc1.J for basic sizes over 500 mm are included

use

31

Standard

tolerance

grades

1714 to IT18 lincl.)

for experimental

shall not be used for basic sizes less than or equal to 1 mm.

annex A,

table 5.

IS 919 ( Part 2 ) : 1993


IS0 288-2 : 1988

BECB
A10 BlO Cl0
Al2 812 Cl2

JS2

F3

FG3 G3

H3

JS3

K3

M3

N3

P3

R3

53

EF4

F4

FG4

G4

H4

JS4

K4

M4

N4

P4

R4

54

FG5

G5

H5
H6

JS5

K5

M5

N5

P5

T5 u5

H7

JS6
JS7

J6 K6
J7 K7

M6
M7

N6
N7

P6
P7

R5
R6
R7

s5

G6
G7

S6
s7

T6 U6
17 u7

G9

HE

JS9
JS9
JSlO

ME
M9

NE
N9

P8

H9
HlO

J8 K8
K9

P9

R8
R9

T8 U8
u9

PlO

RlO

SE
s9
SlO

Hll
H12

JSll
JS12
JS13

cl6 E6

EF5
EF6

F5
F6

07

E7

EF7

FG6
FG7

CD8

D8

E8

EF8

FE

FG8

CD9 D9 E9
CD10 DlO El0
Dll
D12

JSl

H2
EF3

cc6
CD7

E5

Hl

EF9 F9
EFlO FlO

FG9 G9
FGlO GlO

D13

H13
H14
H15
H16
Ii17

KlO

Ml0 NlO

V3 x5
V6 X6

Y6

V7X7

Y-7

V-8 X8 YE
x9 Y9
x10 YlO

UlO

Nil

26
Z7

ZA6
ZA7

207

zC7

Z8ZA8

288

zC8

Z9 ZA9
ZlO ZAlO

z09 zC9
ZBlO ZClO

Zll

ZBll

ZAll

ZCll

JS14
JS15
JS16

H18

JS17
JS18

-ii-

13

ii

10

15

14

18

Tables

Figure 2 -

Synoptic

representation

of tolerance classes for holes for basic sizes less than or equal to 500 mm

Hl
H2
H3

D6E6
D7 E7

F6

G6
G7

D8E8
WE9
DlO El0
Dll

FE
F9

G8

H4
H5
H6
H7
HE
H9
HlO
Hll
H12
H13

D12
D13

H14
H15
H16
H17
H18

JSl
JS2
JS3
JS4
JS5
JS6
JS7

K6

JS8
JS9
JSlO
JSll

Kfi

The tolerance

Figure 3 -

representation

m
P7

R6
R7

ME NE
N9

P8

S6

T6 U6

R8

s7
SE

r;r u7
T8 U8

11

12

13

P9

JS13
JS14
JS15
JS16
JS17
JS18

7 I

classes in the frame are given for experimental

Synoptic

M6 N6
M7 N7

JS12

Tables
NOTE

K7

of tolerance

Tii-

use.

classes for holes for basic sizes

greater than 500 mm and less than or equal to 3 150 mm

IS 919 (Part i) : 1993


IS0 2862 : 1988

CB
a9 b9 c3
a10 b10 cl0

hl

jS1

h2

id

ia

ef3

f3 k-9

h3

ef4

f4 fg4

h4

k3

m3n3
m4n4

p3
p4

r3

k4

r4

s4

j5 k5

m5 n5

P5

r5

s5

t5 u5

v5 x5

j6 k6

p6

r6
r7

s6
s7

t6 u6
t7 u7

fix6fl
v7 x7 y7

26 ra6
27 za7

zb7 zc7

r8

s3

t8 u8

v8x8

z8 za8

zb8 zca

r9
r10

s9

u9

29 zag
210 zal0

zb9 zc9
zbl0 ~10

211 zall

zbll zcll

cd5

d5

a5 ef5

f5 fg5

h5

cd6
cd7

d6
d7

a6 ef6

h6

e7 ef7

f6 fss
tJ fg7

id
id
16

h7

js7

j7 k7

m6n6
m7 n7

cd8 d8

aa

f8 f98

h8

ia8

j8 k8

man8

P7
P8

cd9 d9

a9 ef9

ia
jsl0

m9 n9

P9

e10 efl0

h9
h10

k9

cdl0 d10

f9 f99
f10 fgl0

kll
k12

em

all bll cl1

dll

hll

jsll

al2 b12 cl2

d12
d13

h12

js12

h13
h14

js13
js14

h15

js15

h16

js16
$17

a13.bl3

h17
h18
18

17

19

21

21

k10

PI0

s3

y8

fivs
x10 y10

SlO

k13

js18
23

24

25

27

26

28

29

30

31

Tables

Figure

4 -

Synoptic

representation

of tolerance

classes

hl

jsl

h2

IQ

h3

13

h4

Iti

h5

iss_l

for shafts

for basic

sizes

less than

or equal

e6
e7

ffi

h6

1~6

k6

m6

n6

ps

r6

s6

t6 u6

t-7

h7

$7

k7

m7

n7

P7

r7

s7

t7 u7

a8
e9

f8

h8

is6

ka

Pa

ra

58

u8

f9

h9

k9

hll

is9
JSlO
jsll

h12

js12

k12

JS13

k13

e10

h10

kl0
kll

js14
js15
$16
$17
1~18
23

20

24

26

25

27

28

29

Tables
NOTE

-- The toleranceclasses in the frame are given for experimental use.

Figure

5 -

Synoptic
greater

representation
than

500 mm

of tolerance

classes

and less than

or equal

for shafts

for basic

to 3 150 mm

sizes

to 500 mm

IS 919 (Part2)
:.1993
iSO 286-2 : 1988

Notes
1 Values
for which
2

A small

basic

on the presentation

of tables 2 to 32

may be calculated,
from the bases given in IS0 286-l. for fundamental
deviations
there is no entry in the tables, but for which the space has been left blank.
horizontal

sizes less than

separation
or equal

has been

inserted

to 5Ofl mm and those

in the tables,
greater

where

than 500 mm,

appropriate,
which

used for tolerance

to distinguish

have been

derived

between
from

classes,

values

different

for

bases.

IS 919( Part2):
1993
IS0 288-2 : 1988

Table 2 -

Upper limit deviation

= ES

Lower limit deviation

= EI
Deviations

Basic size

82)

10

11

12

13

up to
and in-

in micrometres

AZ)

mm
Above

Limit deviations for holes A, B and Cl

10

11

10

eluding

32)
3

g
10

295

310

330

370

410

+154

+165

180

2oo

240

280

71

270

270

270

270

270

+14o

+14o

MO

MO

140

140

6l

+8E
+M

320

8l

+1oc

+ IIt

MO

7l

300

318

346

390

450

+I58

+170

188

215

260

270

270

270

270

270

+14o

+14o

140

140

MO.+

316

338

370

430

500

+172

+186

208

240

300

370

+10;

+116

+1X

+150

150

150

150

150

180

+6f

+138

+16C

+280+280+280+280+280+150

8(

7c

95

+ 162

.___

180

200

775

645

950

+112O

+I380

+412

+660+660+660+660+660+340

740

+38o

+380+380+380+380+380+260

+1110

+I280

+154o

+492

+535

605

+42O

+42O

420

+561

+610

690

820

315

355

355
400

400
450

856

+1fJ!%
920

820

+113o
+

920

740

820

+124o
+

920

800

+I060

+312

+34o+340+34o+34o+34o+24o

+1oo5

315

630

740

250

280

935

225

525

cl030

280

9E

225

250

+455

200

~__

+I200
+

740

820

cl440
+

920

+146O
+

740

820

+173o
+

920

+452

+496

566

670

840

+llOO

710

880

+114o

420

420

800

+lMx)

420

+I290

+332

Fundamental

7(

+%
+1w

+110

+11c

+162

-2x

+26o

370

5lC

+12a

+1x

+1m

no

12c

+192

+23c

+293+380+s!c

,130

+13c

t130

130

130

+214

l 26C

+33o+44o+6m

+14o

+14c

+14o

140

140

t224

+270

+?A0

450

610

-_

+15o

+15a

+150

150

150

t257

+310

+39o

520

710

+170

e170

+170

170

170

+267

+32O

+4m

530

720

+160

+16o

t16o

180

180

1300

c36o

+45o+fm+83a

cm

t2oo

t-200

2oo

2oo

+310

t370

+46O

610

840

+210

t210

+210

210

210

+33O

t39o

+48o+63o+%o

+23o

t23o

+23o+23o+23o

+356

l425

+63o+7aI+%o

+24o

c24o

+24o

240

+375

t445

+55ot72o+99o
+26ot260+2w

240

+260

t26o

+352

+395

t465

t570

740

+1om

+26O
..-__

+2fB

c28o

+2m

280

t361

+43O

t510

+62o

820

+1110

.__~

280

7480

+3OO

t3oo

t3oo

300

+116o

+126o

+I370

+I570

+166o

+621

tm

c54o

t65o

850

+114o

+I050

+lo5o

+1ow

+1o5o

+lo5o

+54o

+33O

t33o

t33o+33o+33o

+134lJ

+143o

+156o

+I770

+z@Jo

+669

+5OO

ew

+7m

930

+12oo

+12cKl

+12oo

+12oo

+I200

+6al

+36O

+36o

t360

36q+

+149o

+158o

+I710

+192o

+224a

+769

+54O

+63o

+1350

+13w

Cl350

+I350

+135o

+68o

+400

b400

+1656

+17X1

+I900

+213O

+2470

+857

+595

b69o

+I500

+I500

+I500

+15oo

+15oo

+760

t44o

k44o

+,605

+1900

+2050

+2260

+2620

+9~7

t635

1730

+46O

b46o
-

+935

+IC@I

+I240

+I470

+1810

+577

~i+l650/+16~i+l650j+~i+840i+~~~~t~+~

2)

+ia
+6l

deviations

A and B shall not be used for any standard

tolerance

in basic sizes less than or equal to

1 mm

3oo

t1250
360

IS 919 ( Part2) : 1993


288-2 : 1988

IS0

Table 3 -

Limit deviations for holes CD, D and E


Upper limit deviation = ES
Lower limit deviation = EI
Deviations in micrometres

Basic size

CD)

mm
9bove

up to
and in&ding

I
6

10

11

12

13

3
3

10

10

18

18

36

30

50

50

80

80

120

5
+

18

14

+25
+20
+

31

25

+40
+32
+49
+40
+

61

+50
+

73

+60
+

67

72
I

120

180

180

250

259

315

315

406

400

500

500

630

800

-t-

2500

D
I

+246

+267

+299

350+

+210

+210

+210

210

+270

+293

+327+385+460+630+%0+1200

+230

+230

+230

+655

+730

+8!j0

+1060

+520

+520

+520+520+520+520+520+520

230

44O+
+

210

230

no+
+

210

780+1100
+

210

230

230

230

+125

+146

+185

+85

+65

+85+

+120

+129

+146

+172

+loo

ilo

+1OO

+100

85

85

245

+215

2735

+100

100

85

-cl33

+142

+162

+191

+240

320

+110

+llO

+110

+110

+110

110

1161

1162

+214

+265

355

+125

+125

+125

+125

125

+175

+196

+232

+290,+

+135

+135

+135

+135

+125
+162

+llO

+150
210

+103

+135

t-

385
+

135

loo0

3156

+1380

+1870

+2620

+3820

1) The intermediate fundamental deviation CD is provided primarily for fine mechanisms and horology. If tolerance classes involving this fundamental
deviation in other basic sizes are required, they may be calculated in accordance with IS0 286-l.

IS 919 (Part2)
Iso

288-2

: 1993

: 1988

Tabls 4 -

Limit deviations for holes EF and F


Upper limit deviation

Lower

limit

deviation

ES
EI
Deviations

Basic size

I
I

mm
and in&ding

10

+ 12
+10

+13
+10

+14
+10

+16
+10

+20
+10

+24
+10

+35
+10

+50
+lO

+ 16.5
+14

+16
t14

+19

+22

+26

+14

t14

+32
t14

+44

t14

t14

+62
t14

t20.5

t22
+ ia

t24

+27

t33

t40

+54

t76

t ia

+ ia

+ ia

+ ia

+ 6
+6

+9
+6

+10
+6

+ 12
+6

+16
+6

+20
+6

+31
+6

+46
+6

+12,5
t10

+14

t15
+lO

+ia

t22

t20

t40

+58

t10

t 10

+ 10

+ 10

+ 10

t 10

t15.5
+ 13

t17

,+19

t22

t26

t13

t 13

+ 13

t35
t 13

t49
t 13

t13

10

71

10

10

18

+ 19
+16

t21
+16

~24
t16

t27

t34

t43

+59

+06

t 16

t 16

t 16

t 16

t 16

18

30

t24
+20

+26

t29

+M

+20

t33
t20

t41
t20

+53
+20

t 72
+20

+104
+20

30

50

t29

+32

t5W

t64

t 25

+ 25

+ 25

+ a7
t25

+125

t25

t36
t25

t 41

t25

50

60

c43
t30

t 49
+30

+60
t30

t 76
t30

t104
+30

80

120

t51
t36

t56
t36

t71
t36

t90
+36

t123
t36

120

180

t61
+43

+ 68
t43

t63
t43

Cl06
+43

t143
t43

180

250

+70
+W

t79
+50

t96
t50

t122
+50

+165
tW

250

315

t79
t56

+66
t56

t106
+56

t137
t56

t166
+56

315

400

+a7

+9!3

+62

+62

t119
+62

t151
t62

f202
t62

tia

500

630

1
1

630

800

800

tia

+ia

l::l

/ +120

II

I
!

1000

::l Xl
+ 76

t146
t 76

t166

t 76

t130 1 +160 / t205

+251

t260

+60

+%I

+a0

t60

+ 142
t66

+176
t8ti

t226
+66

t316
t66

+164
+99

+203
tE3

t263
t99

t359
+96

1250

1600

+166
+llO

+235
+110

t305
t110

t420
+110

1600

2000

+212
t120

t270

t350
t120

t4W
t120

2000

2500

+240
+130

t305
t130

+410

t570

t130

t130

3 150

+260
t145

t355
t145

+475
t145

t665
l 145

_, _.

~ne~ntermeo~atetunoamentaldev~atton
basic sizes are required,

deviationin other

__

t120

+26

t 76

1250

t 13

:i l :,l

1000

2500
11

up to

Above

in micrometres

EF IS provided pnmarilyforfinemechanismsand horology.Iftoleranceclassesinvolvingthisfundamental


they may be calculated in accordance with IS0 286-l.

10

IS SlS( Part2) : 1993


IS0 288-2 : 1988

Table 6 -

Limit deviations for holes FG and G


Upper limit deviation

Lower limit deviation

ES
El
Deviations in micrometres

Bsaic size

FG1)

mm
Above

up to
and in&ding
3

lo

3
+6
+4

10

+7
+4

+a
+4

+lO
+4

+I4
+4

+10
u4

+29
+4

+44
+4

+4

+5

+2

+2

+6
i-2

10

+0
+2

+ 12
+2

+ 16
+2

+ 27
+2

+ 42
+2

+ 8,5

+10

+11

+14

+w

+24

+36

+54

+ 6.5

+6

+6

+6

+6

+6

+6

+6

+6

+4

+ 8
+4

+ 9
+4

+ 12
+4

+16
+4

+22
+4

+34
+4

+52
+4

+10,5

+12

+14

+17

+23

+a

+9

+9

+9

+9

+30
+8

+44
+0

+66
+0

+ 7.5
+5

+ 9
+5

+11
+5

+14
+5

+20
+5

+ 27
+5

+41
+5

+63
+5

10

18

+9
+6

+11
+6

+14
+6

+ 17
+6

+24
+6

+33
+6

+49
+6

+ 76
+6

18

30

+11
+7

+13
+7

+16
+7

+20
-1-7

+28
t7

+40
+7

+69
+7

+ 91
+7

30

50

+13
+9

+16
t9

+20
+9

t25
c9

+34
+9

+40
+9

+ 71
+9

+109
+9

50

80'

t23

+29

t40

+56

+10

t 10

10

+ 10

80

120

+27
+12

t34
+ 12

+47
+ 12

t66
+ 12

120

180

+32

+39

+14

t 14

+64
+ 14

t7-7
+ 14

+35
+15

+44i

+ 15

+61
+ 15

+ 87
+ 15

+40

+49

4~69

Cl7

180
266
315

250
315
400

17

t!%
+ 17

t43

t64

+18

t 16

t107

t47
t20

t60
t20

+ 63
+20

+117
+20

i,i

+ 18

400

500

500

830

+66
+22

+ 92
+22

+132
t22

630

800

t 74
+ 24

t104
t 24

t149
+ 24

1) The intermediate fundamental deviation FG is provided primarily for fine mechanisms and horology. If tolerance classes involving this fundamental deviation in other basic sizes are required, they may be calculated in accordance with IS0 296-l.

11

IS 919 ( Part 2 ) : 1993

IS0

288-2 : 1988

Table 6 -

Limit deviations for holes H

Upper limit deviation

Lower limit deviation

ES
EI

Basic size
mm
up to
Above

Deviations

and ineluding

+0,8

3,)

10

1.2 +

+1
0

+ 1.5 + 2.5

+;

+ 1,5 + 2.5

+1.2

l8

18

30

30

50

3,

+1,5

+2,5+4

+2,5+4
0

0
+

10

8
o,

+15

12
o

11

'+6

+9

13

t7

+ll
0

18

120

t3.5

180

t4.5

250

t15

16

cl8

t22

60

30'
o

48
o

0
+

+2;

+0,1

+0,14

+0,25

+0,4

0.6

75
o

+0,12
o

+)8

+is3

+0.48
o'

0.75
o

90

+0,15

+0,22

+0,36

+0.58

0.9

+0,18

co.27

+0,43

+0.7

+0,21

+0,33

co.52

+0,84

+0,25

+0,39

10.62

t 16

+23

t32

52

87

+115

81

1120

0
+

130
0

160
0

I+

190

220

250

0
+140

0
+160

0
cl85

0
t130

110

01

0
72

84

iloo

74

+loO

70

0
t62

0
t46

52

t63

0
+

+51

0
+29

+43

+40

+58+
0

+46

+35

t25

+27

250

+36

t39

t25

t30

t14

+l;

+40
0

+12

18
o

+33

+21

+10

o
180

4
0

0
t2.5

+25

+22

t19

120

14

50

80

o1.2

;'

1,5

2,;

+1.5

4
0

10

mm

Vm

0
t

290

0
t210

0
+

320

0
+

1.1

1.8

0
+

1,3

2.7

0
+

0
+

1.6

2.1

tl

3.:
0

-t_

2.5 I +

3,s
0

0'0'0;

+0,3
0
to.35
0
to.4
0
to.46

10.72

t 1.15

+ 1.85

to.52

to.81

+ 1.3

279

4.6

OjO'O
I
' +2,1

7.2

0
+

3.2

5.2 ~mm+ 8.1

315

+20

400

t27

t40

t63

70
0

80

97

t155

+250

4M)

+0,63

t110
0

t175
0

t280
0

440
0

+0,7
0

t1.1
0

t1.75
0

+2,8
0

+125

t200

+320

500

to.8

11.25

~2

+3.2

to.9

+1.4

+2,3

2)
500

630

630

800

t9
0
t10
0

806

t11

1000

1 000

t13

1250

1 250

t15

1 600

1600

2000

2000

2500

1/+18

3 156

+26
0

1)

2)

Tolerance

116
0

t22
0

t32
0

t44

t13

cl8

t25

t36

t50

0
t15
0
t18
0
t21
0
1 +25

0
+30

t22
0

2500

t11
0

0
t36
0

0
+21
0
+24
0
+29
0
1 +35

0
t41
0
-1-S
0

+28

t40

+47

t56

+90
0

t66

t55

0
t

0
1 t65

0
t55
0
t68
010

0
t78
0
t96

78
0

II
11 t

0
+125

+110
0
+135
0

0
I t165
0

0
+230

0
t360

0
+260

0
A

560

660

0
+2.6

+4.2

780

+1.25

+1,95

+3,1

9201

t1.5

t195

+310

+5CN

I t230

I +370

I +600

1+

+ 1.05

t175
0
t210
0

0
t280
0
t33O
0

0
t44O
0
t540
0

0
t7m

0
Cl100

0
+860
0

/ t3.6

t1.65

0
t420

92 I t150

0
+140

t105

t39

t33

1 t46

0
+1m
0

1 +2.3

0
1 +3.7

t1.75

t2.8

+4.4

4.4
0

t8

0
t7

t2.1

t3.3

+5.4

t8.6

6.6

7.8
0

1+

9.2
0

t11
0
t13.5
0

0
+14

0
+10,5

0
1 +6

5.6
0

i+1;
+12,5

'0

+5

7
o

0
~12.5
0
) t15
0
t17.5
0
t21
0

0
+16,5
0
+19,5
0
/
1 +23

0
+28
0
+33
0

grades IT14 to IT18 hncl.) shall not be used for basic sizes less-than or equal to 1 mm.

The values given in the frame, for tolerance grades IT1 to IT5 fincl.). for basic sizes greater than 500 mm and less than or equal to 3 150 mm, are included
for experimental use.

Table 7 -

Limit deviations

for holes JS

Upper limit deviation = ES


Lower litif deviation = EI

50

80

fl

+ 1.5

f2.5

+4

+ 6.5

f 9.5

f15'

f37

f60

f95

f0.37

+0,6

f0.95

f 1.5

+ 2.3

120~

fl.25

+2

f3

f5

f 7.5

fll

f 17.5'. f 27

+ 43.5

* 70

fll0

f0.15
1
*0,175

f0.23

80

f23

kO.27

f0.435

20.7

+1,1

I 1.75

+ 2.7

120

180

f 1;75<

+2,5

f4

_+6

+9

k12.5

f 20

f 31.5

f 50

2 80

f125
I

to.2

f0.315

f0.5

kO.6

k1.25

+ 2

f 3.15

180

250

d.25

+3,5

f5

f?

+10

f14.5

f 23

f 36

+ 57.5

* 92.5

fl45

+0,23

Yko.36

f0.575

kO.926

ztl.45

f 2.3

+ 3.6

250

315

f3

f4

+6

f8

fll.5

fl6

-+26

f 40:5

f 65

+105

fl60

f0.26

f0.405

f0.65

*1,05

f 1,6

f 2.6

f 4.06

315

400

t3.5

k4.5

'k6.5

+9

kl2,5

+18

* 2a,5

f 44,!& + 70

+115

*1&l

f0.285

+0,445

lto.7

fl.15

f 1.8

f 2.85

f 4.45

400

500

+4

f5

f?,5

f10

k-13.5

f2u

+ 31.5

f 4a,5 ' f 77.5

f 4.85

fl26

+200

+0,315

f0.485

+o,n5

+1,25

+2

f 3.15

31
500.

630

+ 4.5

f 5,5

630

800

f5

+6,5

loo0

f 5.5

f ?,5

t10.5

loo0

1250

t6.5

f9

+12

1250

1600

* j.5

+10,5

1600

2ocm

f9

2ooo

2500

fll

2500

3150

f13

800

fll

f16

+22

+35

+ 55

f &-ix,5 fl40

f220

+0,35

f0,55

f0,8?5

f 1.4

+2,2

f 3.5

f 5.5

f12.5

f18

f25

f40

f 62.5

flOO

fl60

+250

f0.4

f0.625

If1

f1.6

f2.5

f4

f 6.25

f14

+20

f28

k 45

f70

'fll5

kl6.5

f23.5

f33

f 52.5

f 82.5

fl4.5

f19.5

k27.5

_+39

f 62.5

fl2.5

+17.5

f23

k32.5

f46

f 75

ltrl5

f20,/5

f27.5

f39

f56

fl8

f25

234

f46

+67,5

*a
-f9

.fl80

+2BO

kO.45

+0,7

+1,15

fl.8

k2.a

+ 4.5

f 7

?rl30

+210

t330

kO.525

f0.825

f 1.3

f2.1

f3.3

f 8.25

f 97.5

f155

f250

f390

+0,625

+0,975

fl.55

+2,5

k3.9

+ 5.25
+ 6.25

f115

f185

f300

f460

f0.75

*1,15

fl.85

+3

f4.6

zk 7.5

f11,5

f 87.5

f140

+220

*3&l

+550

f0.875

f1.4

f2.2

f3.5

+5,5

It a.75

fl4,

f105

f165

f270

f4f!I3

+675

*1,05

fl.65

k2.7

+4,3

f6.75

fl0.5

It16.5

1)

In order to avoid repetition of equal values, the table lists the values as kx;

2)

Tolerance grades IT14 to IT15 fincl.) shall not be used for basic sizes less than or equal to 1 mm.

3)

The values in the frame, for tolerance grades IT1 to IT5 tincl.), for basic sizes greater than 500 mm and less than or equal to 3 150 mm, are included for experimental use.
\

this is to be interpreted as ES 2. +Y and El = --x, e.g. Tip2

Pm.

t 9.75

IS 919 ( Part 2) : 1993


IS0 288-2 : 1988

Table 8 -

Limit deviations for holes J and K


Upper limit deviation

= ES

Lower limit deviation

= El
Deviations

Basic

size

in micrometres

mm

up to
Above

+2

+4

+6

-4

-6

-8

+5

and ineluding

3
3

63'

-3
6

10

10

18

18

30

30

5o

50

80

80

12

_____.

12rj

180

180

250

250

1;

+;

+ 10
-6

0
-2

0
-3

10

+0,5

-5

13

10

16

18

+12

+0,5

+l

-7

-10

-2.5

-3.5

-5

+ 10

+15

-8

-12

-3

+ 12

+20

-0.5

-9

-13

-4,5

+1

+2

-4

-6

+1

-6

-8

12

19

10

11

15

23

+14

+24

-0.5

+1

+2

-11

-15

-4.5

-6

-9

13

+ 13

+18

+28

c3

-12

-18

-10

+ 16
-6

C22

+34

+2

-13

-20

-.13

+ 18

+26

+41

+3

-7

-14

-22

-15

21

+2z

+30

+47

+2

-7

-16

-25

-18

24

+25

+36

+55

+3

-16

-26

-20

400

2000

2 500

9
21

10

c39

+60

+3

-29

-22.

29

+33

+43

+66

+2

-J

-20

-31

-25

32

0
- JO

800

0
-60

1000

0
-%I

1250

76

92

0
-125

2oocl

0
-150

2500

Tolerance

classes J9, JlO, etc. are symmetrical

2)

Deviations

3)

Identical with JS7.

for K in tolerance

-110

-175

0
-- 135

-210

about the zero line. For these values, see JS9,

JSlO,

grades above IT8 are not defined for basic sizes greater than 3 mm

14

16

0
110

0
- 125
0

0
-105

1600

1)

14

-140
___

3 150

- 32
~.-.-_..~~~__._

5'

-18

etc.

12

27

-66

1600

~25

27

1e

-56

1 250

18

15

-50

1000

14

-3.5

-44

800

0
-

630

630

92)

-2.5

._ 6

0
-4

3'5

5oo

500

+10
-8

9)

0
-165
_____________
0
-195
0
-230
0
-280

0
-330

102)

0
-40

IS 919 ( Part 2) : 1993


IS0 286-2 : 1988

Table 9 -

Limit deviations for holes M and N


Upper limit deviation

Lower limit deviation

ES
EI
Deviations in micrometra

,O

-3
-2.5
- 5.5 - 6.5

-3
- 8

1
9

-12

I;,

-4
-10

- 3
- 12

-15

-5
-10

-4
-12

- 4
-15

-18

-6.5-6
-10.5 -12

-5
-14

-4
- 17

-21

- 7.5 -6

-5
-16

- 4
-20

-25

-6
-19

- 5
-24

-30

-8
-23

-6
-20

-35

-9

-8

-27

-33

-40

-11
-31

- 8
-37

-46

-13
-36

- 9
-41

-52

- 14
-39

- 10
-46

-57

-16
-43

- 10
-50

1;;
,

10

'*

18

30

30

50

I,6

-11,5 -13
50

80

80

120

120

180

180
_I

250

250
I_

315

4oF,

400

500

500

630

630

800

800

1000

loo0

1 250
1600

1260
1600

2000

2000

2500
1)

315

2500

ol+

-4
-34

- 4
- 52

-7

-6.5
- 9.5 -10,5

-7
-12

5
- 13

- 4
-16

- 2
-20

- 6
- 64

-9

-a,5

-11.5

-12,5

-0
-14

-42

-19

-25

-36

+ 2'-7
-25,
-50

- 7
-77

-11
-14

-10
-15

-9
-17

-9-5-3
-M
-23

-30

-43

-29

-8
-60

- 8
- 92

-13.5
-17.5

-13
-19

-12
-21

-11
- 24

- 7
-28

- 3
-36

-52

-34

-9
-71

- 9
-109

-15.5
-19.5

-14
-21

-13
-24

- 12
- 26

-8-3
- 33

- 42

-41

-15
-28

- 14
- 33

-9-4
- 39

-48

-18
-33

- 16
-36

-10
-45

-65

-21
-39

-63

-16
0+1-6
-21
0

-16

0
-33

0
-48

0
-75

0
-58

0
-90

0
-110

0
-84

0
-130

0
- 62

0
-100

0
-160

- 50

0
- 74

0
-120

0
-190

- 4
-58

0
-a7

0
-140

0
-220

-20-12-4
- 45 - 52

- 67

0
-100

0
-160

0
-250

-25
-45

-22-14-5
- 51 - 60

- 77

0
-115

0
-185

0
-290

-72

-27
-50

-25-14-5
-57
-66

-86

0
-130

0
-210

0
-320

+11
-70

-30
-55

-26-16-5
-62
-73

-94

0
-140

0
-230

0
-360

-63

+11
-86

-33
-60

-27
- 67

- 6
-la3

0
-155

0
-250

0
-400

-26

-26

-26

-44

-44

-44

-44

-70

-96

-136

- 86

-114

-154

-219

-30
-80

-30

-30

-50

-50

-50

-50

-110

-155

-100

-130

-175

-250

-34
- 90

-34

-34

-56

-56

-56

-S

-124

-174

-112

-146

-196

-286

-66

-66

-231

-326

0+4
0+5
0+5
0+6

+a

o+s

0+9
0

-17
- 80

-70
0

-40

-40

-40

-6&p-66

-106

-145

-205

-132

-48

-48

-48

-78,-?a

-70

-78

-126

-173

-243

-156

-203

-273

-388

-58

-58

-58

- 92

- 92

-150

-208

-288

-184

-242

- 92
-322

- 92
-46?

-68

-68

-68

-178

-243

-348

-110
-220

-110
-285

-110
-390

-110
-550

Tolerance classes N9, NmlOand Nll shall not be used for basic sizes less than or equal to 1 mm.

15

4171

IS QlQ( Part2):
IS0

1993

286-2 : 1988

Table 10 -

Limit deviations for holes P

Upper limit deviation

= ES

Lower limit deviation

= EI
Deviations in micrometres

Basic size

mm

Above

up to
and including

3
I

-11

-13.5

-14.5

-16

-17

-20

-30

-42

-60

I -

I -10,s I

-11

I -

I - 12 I - 12 I - 12

10

-14
-16.5

-13.5
-17.5

-13
-19

-12
- 21

-9
- 24

- 15
- 37

- 15
-51

- 15
-73

10

18

-17
-20

-16
-21

-15
-23

- 15
-26

- 11
-29

- 18
-45

- 18
-61

- 18
-88

16

30

-20.5

-20

-19

- 18

-14

-22

-22

-22

-24.5

-26

-26

-31

-35

-55

- 74

-106

-24.5
-28.5

-23
-30

-22
-33

- 21
- 37

-17
- 42

-26

-26

-26

-65

-88

-126

30

50

315

400

400500

-55

- 51

-41

-62

-62

-80

-87

-99

-151

-202

-61

-55

-45

-68

-68

-88

-95

-108

-165

-223

IS 919 ( Part 2 ) : 1993


IS0 286-2 : 1988

Table 11 -

Limit deviations

for holes R

Upper limit deviation = ES


Lower limit deviation = EZ
Deviations in micrometres
Basic siFe
mm

17

IS 919 ( Part 2) : 1993


' IS0 288-2:1988

Table

12 -

Limit

deviations

for holes

Upper limit deviation

= ES

Lower limit deviation

= EI

Deviations in micrometres
Basic size

up to
Above

and in.
cludin(

500

560

560

630

630

710

710

800

800

900

900

1000

1000

1 120

1 120

1250

1 250

1 400

1400

1600

1600

1800

1800

2000

2000

2240

2240

2500

2500

2800

2800

3 150

IS 919 ( Part 2) : 1993


IS0

Table

13 -

Limit

deviations

T and U

for holes

Upper limit deviation

= ES

Lower limit deviation

= EZ

286-2 : 1988

Deviatioils

in micrometres

l-

Basic

Basic size

Above

a
_

500

-3 8

-4 4

-5 0

80

691-

751

I-

120

140

160

961 -

911-1021

-1021

-102

250

250

280

280

315

315

355

355

400

400

460

460

500

-250

-299

-338

730

no

740

740

-940-940-940

676

1400

2800

-241

740

2500

180

225

710

704

620

2 240

160

225

2000

140

200

670

900

1800

120

200

1600

100

180

-790

-820

-865

-840-840-840

lo00

1400

920

965

-1030

-1080
-1050

-1Ow

-1050

-1106

-1140

-1190

780

-1150

-1150

A1150

945

-1216

-1255

-1315

-1300

-1300

-13cHl

-1366

-1405

-1466

-1450

-1450

-1450

-1038

-1

-1575

-1645

-1050

-1600

-1600

-1600

-1128

-1

-1

-1

780
-846

1 250

690

996

1%

1 120

1600

1800

100

644

800

80

-660-660-660

780

88-

9E0

528

6+

l-6Lx-m-8al

710

1250

65

630

1 120

-6 1

660

1 000

-5 5

65

710

900

-4 7

50

up to
and in,eluding

630

800

50

560

40

size

mm

-347

-396

-445

2000

2 240

2 500

2800

3 150

678

725

795

-1200

-1200

~-1200

-1850

-1850

-1850

-1

-1350

-1430

-1942

-2coO

-2Om

-1350

292

-1350

-1350

-2m

-2Ocn

-2Ocn

-1442

-1600

-1580

-2092

-2150

-2230

-1500

-1500

-1500

-2300

-2300

-2300

-1

-1675

-1780

-2410

-2475

-2580

-1650

-1650

-2500

-2500

-2500

-1760

-1825

-1930

-2610

-2675

-2780

-1908

-1900

-1900

-2900

~2900,-29Kl

-2035

-2110

-2230

-3035

-3110

-2100

-2100

-2100

-3200

-3200

-3200

-2235

I-2310

-2430

-3335

-3410

-3530

610

-1650

-3230

-525

1)

Tolerance dasses T5 to T8 (incl.) have not been tabulated for basic sizes less than or equal to 24 mm. It is recommended that tolerance classes U5 to U8
(incl.1 be used instead. However, if tolerance classes T5 to T8 (incl.1 are especially required, they may be calculated from the bases given in IS0 286-l.

19

IS

919

IS0

( Part

2)

: 1993

: 1988

288-2

Table

14 -

Limit

deviations

for holes

Upper limit deviation


Lower limit deviation

=
=

V, X and Y 11

ES
El
Deviations in micrometres

Basic size

V2)

Y3)

mm
up to

Above

and ineluding

3
3

10

IO

14

14

1;

-32

1:

_CJJ

400

355

450

59

72

71

m-88

Fundamental

2)

Tolerance

to X8 fincl.)
IS0 286-l.
Tolerance

deviations

-507

-556

-605

-516

-505

-525

-525

63

-63

-63

76

96

-115

-147

67

75

108

85

91

-94

-94

110

133

-1%

-194

109

105

114

-114

-114

125

130

153

-176

-214

138

133

144

157

163

190

166

163

174

187

193

220

207

201

214

229

236

269

247

241

254

-606

-655

-569

-590

-590

719

-709

-730

-500

-511

-564

-615

-626

-679

-730

755

766

819

-809

799

820

-845

-856
-

572

75

-557

-635

-159

-579

75

89

-546

-622

-127

105

-475

-582

55

-454

-595

-727

-717

-740

-740

-692

-767

-760

-637

-635

-941

907

697

-960

-909
-

920

-1 017

~~
V, X and Y are not provided

classes V5 to V8 (incl.)
be used instead.

-498

-464

~~_
1)

315

T-t--Tit-

-39

-66

3)

10

have not been tabulated

However,

classes Y6 to YlO (incl.)

26 to 210 (incl.) be used instead.


IS0 286-l.

for basic sizes greater

if tolerance

if tolerance

for basic sizes less than or equal to 14 mm. It is recommended

classes V5 to V8 fincl.)

have not been tabulated

However,

than 500 mm.

are especially

required,

they

may be calculated

for basic sizes less than or equal to 18 mm. It is recommended

classes Y6 to YlO (incl.) are especially

20

required,

they may be calculated

that tolerance
from

classes X5

the bases given in

that to!erance

classes

from the bases given in

IS 919 ( Part 2) : 1993


IS0 286-2 : 1988

Table 15 -

Limit deviations for holes 2 and ZA l1


Upper limit deviation = ES
Lpwer limit deviation

EZ
Deviations in

Basic size

ZA

mm
up to
and including

Above

18

24

24

30

30

40

40

50

50

65

65

80

10

11

-26
-32

-26
-36

-26
-40

-26
-51-66

-26

-32
-40

-31
-43

-35
-53

-35
-65

_,~,35
-83

36
110

- 39
-48

36
-51

42
-64

42
-78

42
132

-47
-58

-43
-61

-50
-77

-50
-93

-50
- 120

-50
- 160

-57
-68

-53
-71

-60
-87

-60
- 103

-60
- 130

-80
- 170

-69
-82

-66
-86

-73
- 106

-73
- 125

-73
- 157

-73
- 203

-131
-147

127
152

136
175

- 136
-196

161
191

172
218

172
246

-26
-86

42
loo

- 136
-236
-

- 136
-296

172
292

10

11

- 32
- 38

32
42

32
46

32
57

32
72

32
92

- 39

38

42

42

42

42

-143
-159

139
led

148
la7

148
210

- 148
-248

- 148
-306

-175
-191

171
196

180
219

180
242

- 180
-280

- 180
-340

172
362

8 loo

8p.

--LTi-

loo

120

Fundamental deviations 2 and ZA are not provided for basic sizes greater than 500 mm

21

-1 427
-1490

-1450
-1547

-1450
-1605

-1450
-1700

-1450
-1850

-1577
-1640

-1600
-1697

-1600
-1 765

-1600
-1850

-1m
-2000

IS 919 ( Part 2) : 1993


IS0 288-2 : 1988

Table

16 -

Limit

deviations

for holes ZB and ZC1

Upper limit deviation

Lower limit deviation

ES
EI
Deviations in micrometres

Basic size

ZB

zc

mm
Above

up to
and in&ding

7
-i
_

-;

-z

-g

10

-j
3

61
76

_
10

l4

14

18

18

24

1
-

24

30

30

40'

40

50

11

-2
_

-4:

-z

1;

1,;

-67
_
69

-67
- 103

67

125

,:

,;

,;

1;

-60
_
70

-60

-76

-80

-88

9
-@I

74

-60

--

a5

-60
loo

-80

-98

126

_
-

91
106

-97
- 119

_
-

97
133

97
155

97

187

*;

123
141

130
157

130
173

- 130
-2IlO

130
240

108
135

108
151

108
178

106
218

143
161

150
177

150
193

150
220

128
149

136
163

136
lea

- 136
-220

136
266

180
201

188
221

188
240

186
272

152
173

160
193

160
212

- 160
-290

210
231

218
251

218
270

218
302

- 218
-346

191
216

-200
- 239

-200
- 262

-200
-300

-200
- 360

- 265
-290

274
313

274
336

274
374

- 274
-434

242
281

- 242
-304

325
364

325
387

325
425

- 325
-485

I=

-405
- 451

405
479

-405
- 525

;z

160
244

242
342

242
IO2

:g

65

80

-349
- 379

-360

-360

-360

360

-469

-480

-460

-406

-434

-480

550

-499

-526

-600

- 445
-499

:g

- 445
-585

rg

-585
-639

-565
- 672

8o

loa

1;

100

120

512

547

.- 394
- 424

572
607

554

480.

-585
- 725

- 150
-- -260
188
318

-'a5
-595

- 480
\-

670

-596
_

677

-690

-690

-690

6gj

612

525

579

665

745

712

-777

-630

910

620
720

620
780

-620
- 870

785
825

-800
-863

-800
-ml

-800
-960

-800
-1050

685
925

-900
-963

-900
-loo0

-900
-1060

-%I0
-1150

525

120

140

- 605
-645

- 620
-683

140

160

-686

700
763

725

765
805

-780
-843

-880
-

- 300
-490

316
341

Ig

200

156

67
157

:g

180

120

-80

G5

180

-80
110

5o

160

11

10

101
119

II

-2

10

952

525

525

- 700
-800

- 700
-860

- 780
-880

- 780
-940

- 780
-1030

- 995
-1 025

-loo0
-1063

-loo0
-1100

-1000
-1160

-1OCKl
-1250

-660

-880

995

-1065

-1170

-1133
-1179

-1150
-1222

-1150
-1 265

-1150
-1335

-1150
-1440

-680

700
950

744

200

25

1:

-960
-1032

-960
-1 075

-960
-1145

-960
-1250

-1233
-1 279

-1250
-1322

-1250
-1365

-1250
-1435

-1250
-1540

225

250

-lo33
-1 079

-1050
-1122

-1050
-1165

-1050
-1 235

-1060
-1340

-1333
-1379

-1350
-1422

-1350
-1465

-1350
-1535

-1350
-1640

250

280

-1180
-1 232

-12ccl
-1281

-1200
-1330

-1200
-1410

-1200
-1620

-1530
-1582

-1550
-1631

-1550
-1680

-1550
-1760

-1550
-1870

280

315

-1280
-1332

-1300
-1381

-1300
-1430

-1300
-1 510

-1300
-1620

-1690
-1732

-1700
-1781

-1700
-1630

-1700
-1 910

-1703
-2020

315

355

- 1 479
-1536

-1500
-1599

-1500
-1640

-1500
-1730

-15co
-1860

-1879
-1936

-1900
-1989

-1900
-2040

-1900
-2130

-1900
-2260

355

400

-1629
-1666

-1650
-1739

-1650
-1790

-1650
-1680

-1650
-2010

-2079
-2136

-2100
-2169

-2100
-2240

-2100
-2330

-2100
-2460

400

450

-1827
-1890

-1850
-1947

-1850
-2005

-1850
-2100

-1650
-2250

-2377
-2440

-2400
-2497

-2400
-2555

-2400
-2650

-2400
-2800

450

500

-20n
-2140

-2100
-2197

-2100
-2255

-2100
-2360

-2100
-2500

-25n
-2640

-2m
-2697

-26co
-2755

-2600
-2850

-2600
-3000

Fundamental deviations 26 and ZC are not provided for basic sizes greater than 500 mm.

22

IS 919( Part2): 1993


IS0 288-2 : 1988

Table 17 -

Limit deviations for shafts a, b and c )


Upper limit deviation = es
Lower limit deviation = ei
Deviations

a2)

b21

11
-

12

270
-330

- 270
-345

- 270
-390

-290
- 370

270
370

10
-

140

in micrometres

11
-

140

-160

-2cQ

1
)

140

140

1673

215

-290
- 430

150

150

-60

-206

240

-116

-290
-4c0

-290
- 470

150

-220

260

-136

i
i

-300
-430

-309
- 510

160

-244

-290

1
)

310
470

310
550

170

170

270

330

- 320
-4&J

320
570

160

160

-340
- 530
- 350
- 550

-340
- 640

-390
-600
-

150

160

-280-340

1
)

95

1
-130
-192

1
J

190

190

-14.0

310

360

-214

1
1

-200

200

-150

-320

390

-224

-390
- 730

220

-170

J
J

410

410

630

750

-3X-460

359
560

220

-360-440
240

-257
-

240

I
J

-460
- 710

-460
- 960

-260

260

510

-260

260

)
J
J
J

520
770

520
920

420

-440-530

-550

-590

310

310

470

560

930

990

-660

-660

-340-340

950

-1 120

-525

- 740
-1030

- 740
-1200

-380-380
-

565

1
-630

670

929

420

420

-1

110

-1260

605

710

920

-480-480

-1240

920

920

-1440

-1050

-1050

-540-540

-1 370

-1

-1200

-1200

-600-600

-1560

-1770

-630

-1350

-1360

-680-660

-1

-1 920

910

-1040

-15cQ

-1500

760

-1900

-2130

-1010

-1650

-1650

-2050

-2260

710

750

-660

-960

760

-1160

1)

Fundamental

deviations

a, b and c are not provided for basic sizes greater than 500 mm.

2)

Fundamental

deviations

a and b shall not be used for any standard tolerance, grades in basic sizes less than or equal to 1 mm.

23

J
J
I
1
J

-m-&m

570

IS 9j9(Part2):1993
IS0 288-2 : 19b8

Table 18 -

Limit deviations for shafts cd and d


Upper limit deviation
Lower limit deviation

= es
= ei
Deviations in micrometres

Basic size

cdl)

mm

IO

10

18

18

30

30

60

10

-34

-34

-34

-38

-40

-44

-34

-34

- 34

-46

-69

- 74

-46

-46

-51

-54

-46

-46

-46

-46

-68

-64

-76

-94

-56

-66

-56

-56

-56

-56

-62

-65

-71

-78

-92

-114

-20

-20

-20

-20

10
20

11

12

13

xl

20

-20

20

180

250

250

315

315

400

-210
-235

-210
-246

-210
-267

-210
-299

- 210
-350

- 210
-440

210
570

-210
-790

- 210
-1100

400

500

-230
-257

-230
-270

-230
-293

-230
-327

- 230
-385

- 230
-480

- 230
-630

-230
-860

- 230
-1200

500

630

-260
-330

-260
-370

- 260
-435

- 260
-540

630

800

-290

800

1066
1250

loo0

1250
1600

260
700

-290

-290

-290

-290

-370

-415

-320
-410

-320
-460

- 320
-550

t- 320
-680

- 320
-880

-350
-456

-350
-515

- 350
-' 770

- 350
-1 010

-390

-390

-390

-390

-390

-515

-585

- '890

-1 170

490

350
610

700

610

790

1600

2ooo

-430
-580

-430
-660

-430
- 800

-430
-1030

-430

2kK.l

2500

-480
-655

-480

-480

-480

-480

-760

920

-1180

-1580

2500

3150

-520

-!m

520

-730

-860

-1060

..
0,

520

-1380

-1350

520

-1 870

11 The intermediate fundamental deviation cd is provided primarily for fine mechanisms and horology. If tolerance classes involving this fundamental
deviation in other basic sizes are required, they may be calculated in accordance with IS0 286-l.

24

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IS0

Table 19 -

288-2

: 1988

Limit deviations for shafts e and ef


Upper limit deviation

= es

Lower limit deviation

= ei
Deviations in micrometres

Basic size

efl)

mm
4bove

up to
and ineluding

10

-20

-20

20

-14

-14

-14

-14

-14

-14

-14

-14

-50

68

-16.5

-18

-19

-22

-26

-32

-44

-62

25
83

-18
-20.5

-18
-22

-18
-24

-18
-27

-18
-33

-18
-40

-18
-54

-18
-76

18

3o

1:

1:

1:

1;

1:

1,;

30

50

-50

-50

-50

-50

-50

50

-61

-66

-75

-89

-112

150

-60
.-73

-60
-79

-60
-90

-60
-106

-60
-134

60
180

- 72
-107

- 72
-126

- 72
-159

72
212

50

80

80

120

- 72
-87

- 72
-94

120

180

-85
-103

-85
-110

-a,
-125

-85
-148

-85
-165

1,:

180

258

-100
-120

-100
-129

-100
-146

-100
-172

-100
-215

258

315

-110

-110

-110

-110

-110

110

-133

-142

-162

-191

-240

320

- 125

-125

-125

-125

-125

125

-150

-161

-182

-214

-265

355

-135
-162

-135
-175

-135
-198

-135
-232

-135
-290

135
385

-145

-145

-145

-145

-215

-255

-320

425

-160
-210

-160
-240

-160
-265

-160
-360

160
480

loo0

-170
-226

-170
-260

-170
-310

-170
-4co

170
530

1000

1256

-195
-261

-195
-300

-195
-360

-195
-455

195
615

1258

1680

-220
-293

-220

-220

-220

220

-345

-415

-530

720

-240
-390

-240
-470

-240
-610

240
840

260

1680

2CMx

-240
-332

?ooo

2500

-260

-260

-260

-260

-370

-435

-540

-700

-.960

-290

-290

-290

-290

-425

-600

-620

-830

-1150

3150

100
286

-189

2500

10

-38

- 25
-61

800

-20

- 25
- 47

630800

-32
- 25
-40

630

-20
- 25
-34

500

-28

- 25
-31

4ooEoo

-20

10

400

-25

315

mmmmI-m

290

1) The intermediate fundamental deviation ef is provided primarily for fine mechanisms and horology. If tolerance classes involving this fundamcntcl
deviation in other basic sizes are required, they may be calculated in accordance with IS0 286-l.

25

IS 919 ( Part 2 ) : 1993


IS0

286-2 : 1988

Table 20 -

Limit deviations for shafts f and fg


Upper limit deviation
Lower limit deviation

= es
= ei
Deviations in micromstres

Basic size

Above

fgll

mm

up to
and ineluding
3

10

I
3

10

10

-6

-6

-6

-6

-6

-6

-6

-6

-4

-4

-4

-4

-4

-4

-4

-4

-8

-9

-10

- 12

-16

-20

-31

-46

-6

-7

-6

-10

-14

-18

-29

-44

- 10
-12.5

-10
-14

-10
-15

- 10
-18

- 10
-22

- 10
-28

- 10
-40

-10
-58

-6
- 8.5

-6
-10

-6
-11

-6
-14

-6
-18

-6
-24

-6
-36

-6
-64

- 13
-15.5

-13
-17

-13
-19

- 13
-22

- 13
-28

- 13
-35

- 13
-49

-13
- 71

-8
-10,5

-8
-12

-8
-14

-8
-17

-8
-23

-8
-30

-8
-44

-8
-66

10

18

- 16
-19

-16
-21

-16
-24

- 16
-27

- 16
-34

- 16
-43

- 16
-59

- 16
-86

18

3o

1;

1;

1:

I$

1:

I g

1;

- 20

30

50

-25
-29

-25
-32

-25
-36

- 25
-41

- 25
-50

- 25
-64

- 25
- 87

50

80

-30
-38

-30
-43

-30
-49

-30
-60

-30
- 76

-30
-104

80

120

-36
-46

-36

-36

-36

-36

-36

-51

-58

-71

-90

-123

-43

-43

-43

-43

-43

-104

120

180

-43

-55

-61

-68

-83

-106

-143

186

256

-50
-64

-50

-50

-50

-50

-50

-70

-79

-96

-122

-165

250

315

-56

-56

-56

-56

-56

-56

-72

-79

-68

-108

-137

-165

-62
-80

-62
-87

-62
- 96

-62

-62

-62

-119

-151

-202

-68
-86

-66
-95

-68
-108

-68
-131

-68
-166

-68
-223

- 76
-251

315

400

400

500

500

630

- 76
-120

- 76
-146

- 76
-166

630

800

-80

-90

-90

-80

-130

-160

-205

-280

-66
- 142

-66

-66

-66

-176

-226

-316

-99
-164

-96
-203

-99
-263

-96
-358

800

1000

1000

1250

1250

1600

1600

2000

-110

-110

-110

-110

-188

-235

-305

-420

-120
-212

-120
-270

-120
-350

-120
-490

2000

2500

-130
-240

-130
-305

-130
-410

-130
-570

2500

3150

-145
-280

-145
-365

-145
-475

-145
-665

- 25
-125

I) The intermediate fundamental deviation fg is provided primarily for fine mechanisms and horology. If tolerance classes involving this fundament,

deviation in other basic sizes are required, they may be calculated in accordance with IS0 286-l.

26

IS 919( Part2):
1993
IS0 286-P : 1988

Table 21 -

Limit deviations for shafts g

Upper limit deviation

= es

Lower limit deviation

= ei
Deviations in micrornetres

Basic size

mm
Above

up to
and ineluding

3
3

10

10

18

18

30

30

50

50

80

80

120

120

180

180

250

250

315

315

400

400500

10

-2

-2

-2

-2

-2

-2

-2

-4

-5

-6

-0

- 12

- 16

-27

-42

-4

-4

-4

-4

-4

-4

-4

-4

-6.5

-8

-9

- 12

-16

-22

-34

-52

-18
-36

-18
-43

- 18
-54

- 18
- 75

- 18
-107

-20
-40

-20
-47

-20
-60

-20
-83

-20
-117

27

-2

IS 919 ( Part 2 ) : 1993


IS0 286-2 : 1988

Table 22 -

Limit deviations for shafts h

Upper

limit deviation

= es

Lower limit deviation

= ei

Basic size

AbOVem;z;;_ . 1 1 2 1 3

1 5

eluding
-

b;;;jo.:'

-0.8 - 1.2 - 2

0
-

0
-

0
-

10

0
-

14

25

40

60

0
-18

-30

48

75

-22

-36

58

90

70

110

84

130

0
-

1.5 -

2.5

-1.2-2

-3

-15

0
-5

0
-8

0
-

11

0
-18

-27

-43

0
0

0
-16
50

&-)

-II_;

_;

120

-2.5-4
120

180

O
-3.5

0
-6

O
-

0
-10

O
-

-25

0
-13

80

O
-12

0
-19

O
-18

0
-35

-26

-14

316

_;

-12

_
.J15

4M)

_;

_;

0
-16

0
-13

-20

-63

-23

0
-16

-32

0
-25

38

-27

40

44

50

56

-130

0
-93

63

70

80

90

0
-

-185

-155

220

0
-

250
0

290

0
-210

0
-

320

380

0
-230

97

0
-140

-160

61

190

0
-115

0
-57

0
-20

-100

0
-

0
-140

0
-

0
-

87

0
-52

160

0
-120

-72

74

0
-46

0
-40

-29

-54

-100

0
-46

0
-22

-62

0
-30

0
-15

-39

260

13

1 14'1 1 15'1 1 16'1 1

17

18

mm

,8

Pm

3,,0

10

12

0
-250

0
-

400

440

600

!xO

-0.1

-0.14

0
- 0.25

0
-0.4

-0.12

-0.18

-0.3

-0.48

-0.15

-0.22

0
--0.18

0
-0.58

0
-0.33

0
-0.36

-0,27

-0.21

- 0.25

'

0.43

0
-

0.75

0
-

1.2

0
-

0
-0.7

0.6

0.9

1.1

1.5

0
-0.46

1.8
0

2.2

1.8

2.7

2.1

3.3

2,5

0
-

0
-

0
-

-0.33

-0.3

0
-- 3.9

0
-1.9

-0.35

-0.54

-0.87

-1.4

-0.4

-0.63

-0.46

-0.72

--0.52

0
-

-1

- 1.15

1.3

0
-

0
-2.1

-0.57

-0.89

- 1.4

-2.3
_____~

-0.63

-0.97

- 1.55

3.5

-. 2.5

-0.81

2.2

0
-1.85

-2.5

4.6

- 1.6

2.9

0.
-

3.2

0
-

-3

3.6

0
-

5.4

6.3

4.6

7.2

5.2

6.1

0
-

5.7

0
-

0
-

6.9

6.3

9.7

4.4

.~11

2J
500

630

0
-9

630

0
-11

800

o_,;

loo0

1000

1250

1250

1600

2500

2600
2500

31w

-18

-21

-26

_;

_;

-;

-33

-29

0
-36
0

-47

-39

-56

0
-48

66

78

0
-66

-41

-66

-78

_;

-BB"

-2

-105

-125

0
-110
'
-136

-195

'

0
-

660

0
-500

0
-

780

920

0
-600

0
-440

'
-330

-420

0
-370

0
-a0

'
-210

-310

0
-230

0
-175

-260

0
-360

0
-150

0
-320

-230

-165

0
-280

O>
-200

0
-140

0
-92

0
-175

-125

0
-110

0
-40

-18

_;

-24

0
-36

0
-28

0
-32

0
-25

0
-21

0
-15

20@)

0
-15

0
-13

1600

-16

0
-11

0
-22

-10
800

0
-16

-0.7

- 1.1

0
-0.8

0
- 1.25

0
- 1.75
0
-2

0
-2.8
0

-3.2

-0.9

-1.4

-2.3

-3.6

-2.6

-4.2

-1.05
0
-1.25

- 1.65
0
- 1.95

-3.1

-1.5

-2.3

-3.7

5.6

6.6

-5

7.6
0

-6

-1.76

-2.8

-4.4

-7

-2

-1;

_;,

-30.3

_;4

_;6

9.2
0

-11

'
-13.5

0
-12.5

0
-

-1100

1J Tolerance grades IT14 to IT16 fincl.) shall not be used for basic sizes less than or equal to

0
-8

0
-

-700

-540

-5

0
-14

0
-10.5

0
-16.5

- 12.5

- 19.5

0
-15
0
-17.5
0
-21

0
-23
0
-28
0
-33

1 mm.

2J The values given in tha frame, for tolerance grades IT1 to IT6 finc1.J. for basic sizes greater than 500 mm and lass than or equal to 3 160 mm, are included
for experimental use.

28

IS 919 ( Part 2 ) : 10~3


IS0 286-2 : 1988

Table 24 -

Limit deviations for shafts j and k


Upper limit deviation

= es

Lower limit deviation

= ei
Deviations

Basic size

in micrometres

mm
up to
and in&ding

4bove

5)

6)

7)

f2

+ 4
-2

+ 6
-4

+0
-6

+2
0

+3

+3
-2

+6
-2

+8
-4

+2,5
0

+5
+1

r;

+ 10

+2.5
0

3
6

10

-5
10

18

1;

+ 12
-6

18

80

120

400

+ 10
0

+ 14
0

+25

+6
+1

+ 9
+1

+ 13
+1

+18

+30

+5

+7

+ 10

+16

+22

+1

+1

+1

+1

+3

+6

+9

+ 12

+19

+1

+1

+1

+1

+4

+8

+11

+15

+23

+2

+2

+2

+9

t13

t 18

t27

+33

t10
t2
+2

+15
t2
t2

+21
+2
+2

+32
+2
t2

t46

+38

t54

+4
0

+6
0

-4

-8

t6

+11

t15

+4

aQ

-5
-';

+12
-5
-7

+18
-10
-12

120

+13

+20

+13

+18

+25

-9

-15

+3

t3

Cl4

+22

+15

t2l

+28

t43

-11

-18

+3

t3

+3

+3

+ 16

+25

+18

+24

t33

t50

-13

-21

+4

+4

+4

t4

+20

+27

t36

+56

+4

+4

t4

+4

t22

+29

t40

t61

+4

+4

t4

+4

,;

*;,j

315

-4

250

250

+13

180

180

+9

50

50

+5

30

30

315

400

500

,,

,;

+7
-20

f16
f18
k20

f26
';

1250

1250

1600

1600

2ooo
2500

2ooo

2500
3150

Where

values for j5, j6 and j7 are shown as f x,

75
0

120
0

180
0

90
0

+150

t 74
0
0

+120
0
0

+190

t97

+140

+220

t100

+160

+115

+1a5

t130

+210

0
+14cl

+ 70

+110

+175

t2al

+125

+200

+320

+m

+230

+360

0
+4al
0

+125
0

t195
0

+310
0

+Sxl
0

+150

+230

+370

+600

+210

+33O

+540

+135

they are identical with the tolerance

cbu

0
+uO

je5,j&Or

je7

t--i
0
0

+890
0

700
0
0

810
0

900

970
'0

+llOO
0
+I250
0
+laO
0

880

+1050
0

tleal
0

780
0

+1z50

+18&l

920

+ltiOO

0
+1 la,
0
+1360

0
'+8W

+460

0
+.700

0
+ ~-- -~
+390

+8w

560

.30

+720

+570

0
+

0
t500

t630

+630

440

770

Ol

+!sO

360

+3m

+260

+280

+250

+460

t320

t165

+175

210

t400

t4aO

0
+290

0'

+' 3J

+140

0
0

+250

+110

160

0
+m

l&l

+92

130

+lOO

t105

+78

110

t220
0

,O
+

+ 81
+89

14.0
0

+62

0
+72

t66

0
1)

0
0

+a

+%I
0

+84

0
-

+80

+56

+52

loo
0

+5

loo0

+33

+ 70
0

+156

t68

+5

1000

+43
0

+45

+5

800

+58
0

+ 97

+32

+5

630800

+36

13

60
0

t25

+50

+48
0

12

+
0

+31

+44

+40

0
+27

11

+,3

-32

500630

10

0
+17!iO

+29m

0
+2 166

0
+23OO
0

for that bnic sizs rrp.

0
+3366
0

IS 919 ( Part 2 ) : 1993


IS0 286-2 : 1988

Table 25 -

Limit deviations for shafts m and n


Upper limit deviation = es
Lower limit deviation = ei
Deviations

Basic size

in micrometres

mm

Above

up to
and in&ding

3
3

10

lo

18

30

30

50

50

80'

+4
t2

+5
t2

+6
t2

+
+

8
2

+ 12
+ 2

+16
+2

+6,5
+4

t8
t4

+9
+4

t 12
t 4

+16
+ 4

+ 8.5
+6

t10
t6

+12
+6

+ 15
+ 6

t10
+7

t12
t7

+15
+7

+ 12
+8

t14
+a

t13
+9

+27
t2

+I3
+4

+7
+4

+a
+4

t 10
t 4

t 14
t 4

t18
+4

t29
t4

+22
t4

t34
t4

+10,5

f12
+8

+13
t8

t 16
8

+ 20
+ 8

t26

+a

t36
t8

t 21
+ 6

t20
+6

t42
t6

t12.5
+10

+14
+10

t16
t10

t 19
+ 10

+ 25
+ 10

t10

+46
+10

t 18
+ 7

+25
t 7

+34
f7

t50
t?

+15
+12

+17
t12

t20
+12

t 23
t 12

t30
+ 12

t39
t12

+55
t12

+17
+8

+ 21
+ 8

t29
t 8

t41
+8

t60
t8

+19
415

+21
t15

t24
t15

+ 28
t 15

t36
t 15

+46
+15

t67
t15

t16
t9

t20
t9

+25
+ 9

t48

+71

+9

+9

+21
+17

t24
t17

+28
+17

t33
t 17

+42
+ 17

t56

t79
t17

+19

t24

t11

t11

+30
+ 11

+ 11

t28
t20

t33
+20

t39
t20

+W
+ 20

t34
9

+ 41

80

120

+23
+13

i26
+13

+ 35
t 13

+48
+ 13

i-33
t23

t36
t23

+ 45
+ 23

156
t 23

120

180

+27
t15

+33
t15

t40
+ 15

+55
t 15

+39
+27

t45
t27

+52
+ 27

t 67
+ 27

180

250

260

315

315

400

+31

+37

+46

+63

t17

t17

t 17

+ 17

+45
+31

+51
+31

t60
t 31

tn
+ 31

+36
+20

t43
+20

+ 52
+20

+ 72
t 20

+50
t34

t57
t34

t66
+34

+86
+34

+39

+46

+ 57

t 78

+55

t62

+ 73

+%l

t21

+21

+ 21

t 21

+37

t37

t 37

+ 37

t43
+23

+50
+23

+63
+23

+86
+23

+@J
t40

t67
t40

+a0
+40

t103
+40

630

+70

+95

+88

+114

t26

+ 26

t44

+44

800

+80
+30

+llO
+30

+100
+50

+130
+50

loo0

+90
t34

t 124
+34

+112

+146

t56

t56

1000

1250

+106
+40

+145
+40

+132
+66

t171
t66

1260

1600

+126
t48

t173
t48

t156
+76

+203
+ 78

1600

2ooo

+150
+56

+208
+56

+184
+ 92

t 92

2ooo

2500

+178
+66

+243
+66

+220
+110

+265
+110

2500

3150

+211
i 76

+286
+ 76

t270
t135

t345

4oo!m

500
630

800

-i

31

+242

i135

+a
t32

t17

IS 919 ( Part 2 ) : 1993


IS0 286-2 : 1986

Table 26 -

Limit deviations for shafts p

Upper limit deviation

= es

Lower limit deviation

= ei
Deviations in micrometres

Basic sire

mm
3

10

10

18

18

30

30

60

50

80

80

120

120

180

180

250

250

315

315

400

400

500

-I500

630

630

800

32

10

IS 919 (Part2)
: 1993
IS0 288-2 : 1988

Table 27 -

Limit deviations for shafts r

Upper limit deviation = es


Lower limit deviation = ei
Deviatiorls in micrometres
r

33

IS 919 ( Part 2 ) : 1993


IS0 288-2 : 1988

Table 28 -

Limit

deviations

Upper limit deviation


Lower limit deviation

for shafts
= es
= ei
Deviations in micrometres

Basic size
mm
Above

Basic size

S
I

up to
and in&ding

10

10

18

I
4

+27

+29

+32

+3%

+45

+59

01

+23

23

23

23

23

23

23

+31

+33

+36

+39

+46

55

71

+98

+2a

+28

+28

+28

28

28

28

+48

+56

+6a

87

+119

+35

35

t83

35

up to
and in
cludinc
560

560
-___

630

630

I-

35

+99

S
-_._

506
___

28

+35

+72

---

Above

+25.5

23

mm

-_

6
324

+280
+

7
+350

+390

+280
_

+m

354

380

420

+
310
__~__

310

310

+390

420

465

+340

+340

340

+430

+460

+505

380

380

+486

520

570

430

430
610

430

+526

+5&O

470
-

470

-t 470

586

625

520
+520
~ ~ _+.____

80

1 250

80

-.-_-

106

1 250
-_..-.
1400

120

140

1600

1 600

1 800

-____.

140

166

160

180
-

180

200

200

225

225

260

256

280

280

315

315

355

355

400

400

450

450

5c6

+112

cl18

+125

+140

+163

+200

+100

iloo

+100

+1cQ

+100

+1co

+ 120

112%

+133

+148

+171

+208

+1Q9
-

+1oa

+108

+108

+1c@

+108

+I36

+142

+151

1168

+194

+237

+122

+122

+122

+122

+122

+122

+144

+150

+159

cl76

+202

~245

+130

+130

+130

+130

+130

+130

+164

+160

+169

+186

+212

+255

+140

+140

+140

+140

+140
-

+140

174

+w1

+1w

+210

+239

+288

+15x9

+159

+159

+158

Cl58

+186

+193

+202

c222

+251

+300

+170

+170

+170

+170

+170

+170
____.__~~

+2W

+215

+2x

+247

+279

+330

+158

+190

+190
--

+190

+190

+190

+226

+233

+244

-I265

+297

+348

+209

+208

+2cB

+252

t295

+329

+3a7

+232

+232

+232

+232

-t

+208

+279

+292

c315

c349

+407

+252

+2!x?

+252

+252

+252

+252

c?(;

yi

34
:

2 000
-...
2 240
2506
--.
2800

+190

+ 272

1800
-_...

_~_~

2 240

380

-t
65

685

+52a

IS 919 (Part2)
IS0

Table 29 -

: 1993/

288-2 : 1988

Limit deviations for shafts t and u


Upper limit deviation

= es

Lower limit deviation

= ei
Deviations in micrometres

Basic size

I
5

10

Basicsize

I
I

mm

mm

+22
+ 18

+24
+ 18

+28
+ 18

+32
+ 18

+43
+ 18

500

560

+28
+23

+31
+23

+35
+23

+41
+23

+53
+23

+460
630.----_-

630

710

+494+520+704+730+?70
+6so+m+560
+450

10

18

710

800

18

24

800

900

24

30

900

30

40

1000

1 120

40

50

1 120

1250

50

65

1250

1480

65

80

1400

1600

80

100

1606

1800

100

120

1800

2000

120

140

2ooo

2240
-

140

160

+162
+134

+159
+134

+174
+134

+197
+134

+206
+190

+215
+190

+230
+190

+253
+190

+290
+190

2240

2500

160

180

+164
+146

+171
+146

+186
+146

+209
+146

+228
+210

+235
+210

+2w
+210

+273
+210

+310
+210

2500

2800
-

180

200

+186
+166

+195
+166

+212
+166

+238
+166

2800

3150

1000

+550+580+790+920+885
+ 749 + 740
+500+500
.-----+6lO
+640
+890
+920
+560+840+840+840
+560
.----__
+ 676 + 710 + 996 +l@Sl
+620+620+940+940+940
.-.--_+ 736 + no
+1106
+1140
+ 680 + 680 +1050
+1m
.----__
+ 885 +1216
+1255
+846
+ 780 + 780 +1150
+1150

740

+965
+1080
+1190
+1050
+1315
+1150

+1366
+13wJ

+1405
+1300

+14&5
+1300

+152a
+1450

+1575
+1450

+1645
+1456

+1678
+16cn

+1725
+1600

+1795
+1600

+1942
+1850

+2000
+185O

+2090
+1850

+2w2
c2000

+2160
+2Ow

+2230
+2Oco

+l 675
+1!%0

+2410
+2300

+2475
+2300

+2680
+2mO

+1826
+1650

+2610
+2600

+2675
+2600

+2780
+2500

+2W5
+19m

+2110
+1900

+3a35
+29w

+3110
+2900

+3m
+2900

+2235
+2100

+2310
+2100

+3335
+32al

+3410
+3200

+3530
+32m

+906+945
+ 840 +

940

+1@38
+1085
+960+960
.-----+1128
+1175
+10!!0 +1060
.---__-+1292
+136fJ
+1200
+1200
.------__
+1442
+15m
+1350
_---~-- +1350
+l 610
+1600
.------+1760
+1650

1) Tolerance classes t5 to t8 fincl.) have not been tabulated for basic sizes less than or equal to 24 mm. It is recommended that tolerance classes u5 to ~8
(incl.1 be used instead. However, if tolerance classes t5 to t8 fincl.1 are especially required, they may be calculated from the bases given in IS0 286-l

1993

IS 919 (Part2):
IS0

288-2 : 1988

Table 30 -

Limit deviations for shafts v. x and y l)


Upper limit deviation = es
Lower limit deviation = ei
Deviationsin

1
5

+54

V3
I

1 5

+54

+54

+54

10

+253

+288

+228

+228

+228

+291
+228

-54 + ii
881+

+&I

t64

64

t91
t80

t96
+@I

+105
+80

+119
+80

+142
t80

t
t

180
80

+ 110
+94

t 119
+94

t108
t 97

+113
t 97

tl22
+ 97

+136
t 97

+159
t97

+
t

197
97

+
t

130
114

+
t

t135
+122

+141
t122

t152
t122

+16a
t122

t196
+122

t
t

242
122

t
+

163 ts
144

+159
tl46

+165
+i46

t176
+146

t192
t146

t220
Cl46

+
t

266
146

t
+

193
174

+193
+179

t200
+178

+213
+178

t232
t178

+265
t178

t
+

318
178

+
t

236
214

ilM
174
-249
214

+225
t210

+232
t210

+245
t210

t264
t210

t297
+210

+
+

350
210

+
+

276
254

289
254

+266
t248

t273
t246

+28a
t248

t311
+248

+348
t246

+ 408
t248

t 325
+300

t296
+280

+305
t280

t320
t280

+343
t280

t380
t280

t
t

440
280

340
300
-330
340

t335

470
310

+
t

405
380

+
+

420
380

+535
t 350

t464
t 425

+
+

471
425

t5OO
t385

t570
+ 385

t499
+ 470

t
+

516
470

t497
+425

+54O
t425

t
+

610
425

+
+

549
520

566

t527
t475

t556
t475

t605
t475

+
t

685
475

+
t

612
t
5801+

632
580

t557
t525

+577
t525

+606
+525

+655
t625

735
525

+
t

682
650

t
t

702
650

t615
t590

t626
t!m

+847
t5w

t679
+%I

t730
t590

t
t

820
590

t
+

766
730

t
+

787
730

160

180

+270
+252

t277
+252

+292
+252

+315
+252

+310

+310

+350
t310

t373
t310

+410
t310

+
+

180

200

+304
+284

+313
+284

+330
+284

+356
+284

t370
t350

t379
t350

t396
t3w

+422
+350

t465
+350

+356

+382

t405
t3%

t414
+365

+431
t385

t457
i-385

t445
t425

t454
t425

t471
t425

+498
t475

+507
t475

t548
t525

t328

-I

+530

+530

+685
+660

+696
+66u

t717
+660

t749
+660

t900
i-660

+890
t 660

+856
t 820

t
t

877
620

635
595

+658
+s

+692
+6.x

+767
+740

tm
t740

teJ3
+74O

t837
t740

t695
t740

+
t

t
+

t
t

Qgj
9x)

700

+723

+757

t847
t&?O

tm
t820

+663
tR20

+917
t&?O

t975
t620

+1070
t 820

450 I 500I ZEI L6clI +&I

I +&o

960
920

t104O
+1m
I

t268
+

214

520

530

990
740

174
144

365
340

139
114

t
+

160

96

t64

75

t&l

140

Fundamental

75 t

-t&l

I =l=c

1)

+54

+731t77/t851t97ttll6/+1481+

+246

micrometrea

_._

+1063
+1000

t1017
t 920

zq--y-

deviations v, x and y are not provided for basic sizes greater than 500 mm.

21 Tolerance classes v5 to v8 (incl.) have not been tabulated for basic sizes less than or equal to 14 mm. It is recommended that tolerance classes x5
to x8 5ncl.l be used instead. However, if tolerance classes v5 to v8 (incl.1 are especially required, they may be calculated from the bases giver? in
ED

286-l.

3)

Tolerance classes y5 to ~10 (incl.

1have

to 210 tincl.) be used instead. However,


IS0 2%&l.

not been tabulated for basic sizes less than or equal to 18 mm. It is recommended

if tolerance

classes y6 to ~10 (incl.1 are especially required, they may be calculated

that tolerance classes z6


from the bases given in

IS 919(Patt2):1993
IS0

Table 31 -

2862

: 1988

Limit deviations for shafts z and za 1


Upper limit deviation = es
Lower limit deviation

= ei
Deviations in micromerres

Basic size
mm

------11
+
+

6
86
26

TllO
-

38
32

42

+
.-__

32

+32
---_---

t32
t72

46

57

10

11

+
72
+32

+
si
+3i

50

54

+60

So

42

42

42

42

42

132

61

67

74

86

110

42

+
~-

52

52

+52

107

52

+160

75

+50

+64

+170

88

t60

+
52
__-_______
+

+62
+
____

64

+64

95

t
n
-__
+ 119

91

+64
120

131

150

4i
1G

+5i
134

+64

104

111

147

174

,d

t, '187

?i

77

203

111

73

98

96

218

13;

139

151

170

+202

24f

118

118

118

118

11E

173

187

210

t248

+3OE

146

+9&l

+98

+1a2
+m
+ 93 + 9f
118

n2

164

112

146

146

148

196

+205

219

242

t280

+296

+
+

35

+88

148

la

+34c

136

160

180

180

160

18c

362

245

256

272

300

+346

4x

172

+ni

180

226

c226
-__

+226

+226

t226

+4OO

233

+304

+320

+348

+3%l

210

274

274

_._-+

478

367

370

+389

422

256

+
335
.___

335

+335

+335

+335

+33!

435

+
274
-___

274

+46L

n4

274

475

55f

530

422

+454

+54O

+62c

310

400

+4C0

+400

+4co

+400

+4OC

615

495

510

+533

570

+630

+7x

365

+
470
_-

47G

470

+665

+560

575

+596

635

+695

+m

415

535

+
-__

535

715

625

+465

+6cKl

+810

+EB

+
520
__--__

470

535

467

470

47c

535

+535

+53E

+fdO

+663

700

+760

+85t

+600
-___

+600

600

+600

+6Ot
+9lx

716

742

785

+&a

670

670

670

670

670

786

812

655

925

+103t

t
740
____

740

t
74c
-_-

67c

865

769

575

740

740

740

,+

930

649

+666

692

935

+1m

620

620

+620

+620

+1 030

952

972

t1001

+1060

+1

130

t1240

710

+
~

920

+
920
-_-

920

9x

+1

110

+l

032

+lc52

+1061

+l

130

+1210

+1320

790

ClcoO

+640
-_

1)

za

920

+1

+620
~___~

11c

+f32c

920

+1m

+lOm

+1000
_____~

+lOlm
_~__

t1coO

+1260

+1186

+1x7

+1239

+1290

+1380

+1

+900

+1150

+1150
___

+1150

+1150

b1150

+1150
+1660

510

+1360

+1336

+1

+1369

+1440

+1530

+lOOO

+1300

+13OO

+1300

Cl300

+13OO

+1300

+1500

+1490

+1513

Cl547

+16c%

+1700

+1850

357

+1llm

+1450

+1450

+1450

11450

+1650

+1640

+1663

41 697

+l 755

+1850

+2000

+1250

+1600

+1600

+16Lm

+1600

+1600

t1600

Fundamental deviations z and za are not provided for basic sizes greater than 600 mm.

37

+1m
__

Cl450

IS 919 ( Part 2 ) : 1993


286-2 : 1988

IS0

Table 32 -

Limit deviations for shafts zb and zc1)


Upper limit deviation

= es

Lower limit deviation

= ei
Deviations

Basic size

zb

in mlcrometres

ZC

mm
up to
Above

and in-

eluding
3

:,

a
1,

1,

11

10
+

1,

loo

+40

+50

7
+

70

+&I
125

74

+Kl
92

+80

1:

9
+

85

+60

99

90

+80

110

11
.+

loo

+,&3

+I3

+@I

128

120

155

+90

_
I

1I

Fundamental

deviations zb and zc are not provided for basic sizes greater than 500 mm.

38

IS 919 (Part?):

1993

IS.0 286-2:1i88

Annex
Graphical

A.1

Representation

review

of tolerance

(This annex

does not form

of tolerance

zones

zones of holes and shafts

an integral

part of the standard.)

for holes

A graphical review of a broad selection of tolerance classes for holes is given in figures 6 and 7. Figure 6 shows the tolerance classes In
terms of the fundamental
deviation
(A to ZC), whereas figure 7 gives the same Information
in terms of the standard tolerance grade
(IT5 to IT1 1). Figures 6 and 7 do not include
tables

for specific

For comparative

all the tolerance

purposes,

the tolerance

Representation

A graphical

286 and reference

should

be made to the

classes given in figures

6 and 7 illustrate tire values for I<S, t/and


IT grven for the basic size
values for thus basic scze step, i.e. those tolerance classes involving fundamental
again for comparative
purposes, for the basic srze step from 24 to 30 mm.

step from 6 to 10 mm. Where there are no tabulated


deviations
T, V and Y, the values have been given,

A.2

classes given in this part of IS0

details.

review

of tolerance

of a broad selection

zones

of tolerance

for shafts

classes for shafts

IS given in figures

8 and 9. Frgure 8 shows

the tolerance

classes

in terms of the fundamental


deviation (a to zc), whereas figure 9 gives the same information
in terms of the standard tolerance grade
(IT5 to IT1 1). Figures 8 and 9 do not include all the tolerance classes given in this part of IS0 286 and reference should be made to the
tables

for specific

details.

For comparative
purposes, the tolerance classes given in figures 8 and 9 illustrate the values for (5, (I and IT given for the basic srze
step from 6 to 10 mm. Where there are no tabulated values for this basic srze step, i.e. those tolerance classes involving fundamental
deviations

t, v and y, the values

have been given,

again for comparative

39

purposes,

for the basic srze step from

24 to 30 mm.

IS 919 ( Part 2) : 1993


IS0

288-2

: 1988

Pm

6.

CD

11 13 9
n
13
9
11 U
7
9
10 12
8
10 12
8
x) 12
6
fJ D

cl
6

0
7

WI12
9
11

5
0

EF

19
6

5
8

10

7
6

F
9

5
10

7
6

FG
9

18

5
10

5
0

19
I3

7
6

9
8

5
x)

7
6

+500

+400

Zero line

Pm
+ 100

100

Figure 6 -

Graphical review of tolerance classes for holes in terms of fundsmentm

40

deviations

n
Y)

13
12

7
6

IS 919 ( Part 2):


IS0 288-2 : 1988

1993

Pm
+200

+I00
I Iml I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I

II

I I I II I IIIIIII IIIIII

-100
(concluded

+300

+200

+I00

-100

Figure 7 -

Graphical review of tolerance classes for holes in terms of standard tolerance

ir

grades

41

IS 919 ( Part 2) : 1993


IS0

: 1988

288-2

-200

-300

~concluded)

js

8 9 101112 13 5 6 1 8 9 10 n 12 5 6

I 8 5 68686868
I
5

p
I

51515151
6

951519
8
10
6

y
6
Dl6

za

z
0

19

6
8

IO

8
19

100

Figure 8 -

Graphical review of tolerance

classes for shafts in terms of fundamental

42

deviations

zb
10
7

zc
10

8
9

8
7

x)

IS 919 ( Part 2 ) : 1993


IS0

286-2 : 1988

Pm

+ 100

(concluded I

IT8

100

200

Figure 9 -

IT9

IT10

1 ITll

Graphical review of tolemnce classesfor shafts in terms of standard tolerance grqdes


43

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