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Metric Bolt Torque Table

Estimated with clamp load as 75% of proof load


as specified in ISO 898-1
8.8

10.9

12.9 Socket Head


Cap Screw

M6 - M16: 800
M20 - M30: 830

1040

1220

Property
Class
Minimum Tensile
Strength MPa
Nominal Size
and
Thread Pitch

Bolt Torque Specs in Foot Pounds or (Inch Pounds)


Dry

Lubed

Dry

Lubed

Dry

Lubed

M5 x 0.80

(54)

(41)

(78)

(59)

(91)

(68)

M6 x 1.00

(92)

(69)

(133)

(99)

(156)

(116)

M7 x 1.00

(156)

(116)

(222)

(167)

(260)

(195)

M8 x 1.25

(225)

(169)

(333)

(242)

(377)

(284)

M10 x 1.50

37

28

53

40

62

47

M12 x 1.75

65

49

93

69

108

81

M14 x 2.00

104

78

148

111

173

130

M16 x 2.00

161

121

230

172

269

202

M18 x 2.50

222

167

318

238

372

279

M20 x 2.50

314

235

449

337

525

394

M22 x 2.50

428

321

613

460

716

537

M24 x 3.00

543

407

776

582

908

681

M27 x 3.00

796

597

1139

854

1331

998

M30 x 3.50

1079

809

1543

1158

1804

1353

M33 x 3.50

1468

1101

2101

1576

2455

1842

M36 x 4.00

1886

1415

2699

2024

3154

2366

Lubed means cleaned dry bolts lubricated with a standard medium viscosity
machine oil. Lubricate all contact areas of the bolts and washers. Lubricating
the bolts is the suggested method. Thread Engagement

Inch Bolt Torque Table


Estimated with clamp load as 75% of proof load
as specified in SAE J429 and ASME 574
Steel Grade

SAE 5

SAE 8

Socket Head

Cap Screws
Minimum Tensile
Strength PSI

120,000

150,000

1/4-1/2" 180,000
5/8-1" 170,000

Nominal Dia.
and
Thread Pitch

Bolt Torque Specs in Newton Meters - Nm


Dry

Lubed

Dry

Lubed

Dry

Lubed

1/4-20

11.4

8.6

16.2

12

19

13.6

1/4-28

13.1

9.8

16.6

13.9

21.7

16.3

5/16-18

23.6

17.7

33.3

25

39.3

29.8

5/16-24

26.1

19.7

36.9

27.7

43.4

32.5

3/8-16

42

31.2

60

45

69

52

3/8-24

47

35

66

50

79

58

7/16-14

66

50

95

71

110

83

7/16-20

75

56

106

79

123

92

1/2-13

102

77

144

108

168

126

1/2-20

115

87

163

122

190

142

5/8-11

203

153

287

216

323

243

5/8-18

230

172

325

244

366

274

3/4-10

362

271

510

382

574

430

3/4-16

403

302

569

427

640

480

7/8-9

582

437

822

617

925

693

7/8-14

643

481

907

681

1020

765

1-8

873

655

1232

923

1879

1040

1-12

979

735

1383

1037

1555

1166

Lubed means cleaned dry bolts lubricated with a standard medium viscosity
machine oil. Lubricate all contact areas of the bolts and washers. Lubricating
the bolts is the suggested method. Thread Engagement

Torque Units Conversion Table


This table contains values to multiply-by to convert common units of torque.
For ease-of-use, try the Torque Units Conversion Calculator.
Torque Conversion Table

From

To

Multiply by

From

To

Multiply by

ft lb

Nm

1.355818

Nm

ft lb

0.737562

ft lb

mkg

0.138255

Nm

in lb

8.850745

ft lb

in lb

12

Nm

mkg

0.101972

in lb

Nm

0.112985

Nm

cmkg

10.19716

in lb

dNm

1.129848

dNm

in lb

0.885075

in lb

cmkg

1.152125

cNm

in oz

1.416119

in lb

ft lb

0.083333

mkg

ft lb

7.233014

in lb

in oz

16

mkg

Nm

9.80665

in oz

cNm

0.706155

cmkg

in lb

0.867962

in oz

in lb

0.0625

cmkg

Nm

0.098067

ft lb = Foot Pound [lb ft, lbf ft]


in lb = Inch Pound [lb in, lbf in]
in oz = Inch Ounce [oz in, ozf in]
Nm = Newton Meter [N m]
cNm = Centi Newton Meter [Ncm, N cm]
dNm = Deci Newton Meter
mkg = Kilogram Meter [kg m, kgf m, kgm]
cmkg = Kilogram Centimeter [kg cm, kgf cm]
Thread Engagement
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Note: Great care has been made to make sure this information is accurate. However,
due to human error, the user agrees to accept full responsibility to verify that the
provided information meets their requirements before using it.

Torque Wrench Tips


A torque wrench is a precision instrument, therefore it's important to use it properly and
handle it carefully.

1. Avoid dropping a torque wrench. Dropping a torque wrench on a hard surface can
throw off it's calibration. If the calibration is off, the set torque value or reading viewed
on the wrench will not reflect the true value.

2. Only use a torque wrench in the final assembly process. Do not use it as the primary
means of removing or installing fasteners as that could damage it and cause it to need
recalibrating sooner.
3. Apply torque in a slow methodical manner. Fast or jerky movements can cause the
applied torque to be higher or lower than desired and possibly damage the torque
wrench.
4. Always set a click-type torque wrench to the manufacturers torque setting when
storing it. If the setting is not specified, set it to the lowest value on the scale.
5. Most torque wrenches are length specific so always grasp the wrench in the center of
the handle. If two hands are needed, place one hand on top of the other.
6. A torque wrench should be recalibrated when a certain amount of time or number of
cycles have been reached as specified by the manufacturer.
7. Never use cheater bars or handle extensions unless they are allowed by the torque
wrench manufacturer.
8. Store torque wrenches in a clean and dry protected area.