Union Butterfield® 1012822 1585NR Non-Relieved Spiral Point Machine Tap, Right Hand Cutting, 1/4-28 Thread, Plug Chamfer, 2 Flutes, Bright, HSS

25823330 MFG #: 1012822
  • Brand: Union Butterfield®
  • Type: Non-Relieved
  • Series: 1585NR
  • Measurement System: Imperial
  • Thread Standard: UNF
  • Thread Size: 1/4-28
  • Chamfer Type: Plug
  • Number of Flutes: 2
  • Material: HSS
  • Finish/Coating: Bright
  • Class of Fit: 2B/3B
  • Cutting Direction: Right Hand
  • Thread Length: 1
  • Overall Length: 2-1/2
  • Shank Diameter: 0.255
  • Material Application: Steel, Stainless Steel, Cast Iron, Titanium, Copper, Aluminum Magnesium and Synthetic Materials
Union Butterfield® Spiral Point Machine Tap, Non-Relieved, Series: 1585NR, Measurement System: Imperial, UNF Thread Standard, 1/4-28 Thread, Plug Chamfer, 2 Flutes, HSS, Bright, Class of Fit: 2B/3B, Right Hand Cutting Direction, 1 in Thread Length, 2-1/2 in Overall Length, 0.255 in Shank Diameter, Steel, Stainless Steel, Cast Iron, Titanium, Copper, Aluminum Magnesium and Synthetic Materials Material Application
  • Feature concentric t
  • Feature concentric threads with no pitch diameter relief
  • These taps are particularly recommended for applications requiring close gauging fits and
  • These taps are parti
  • Sizes in bold font indicate the most commonly used flute and 'H' limit for that size
  • Sizes in bold font i
• Feature concentric threads with no pitch diameter relief
Feature concentric threads with no pitch diameter relief
These taps are particularly recommended for applications requiring close gauging fits and in older equipment that is not sufficiently rigid to accommodate the free cutting action of the regular 1534/1585 series
• These taps are particularly recommended for applications requiring close gauging fits and in older equipment that is not sufficiently rigid to accommodate the free cutting action of the regular 1534/1585 series
Sizes in bold font indicate the most commonly used flute and 'H' limit for that size
• Sizes in bold font indicate the most commonly used flute and 'H' limit for that size