British Threads - British Standard Fine
BSF (British Standard Fine) Thread Data
Since 1908 this thread, in conjunction with BSW (British Standard Whitworth) has been the mainstay of British Engineering, and was used when finer pitches were required.
Angle of thread = 55°
British Standard Fine (BSF)
A finer pitch series, analogous to the American Unified Fine (UNF), although - unlike the case of BSW/UNC - with none of the pitches in common with UNF. Many motorcar and motorcycle manufacturers commonly used a lot of BSF threads.
|T P I||Pitch |
|Tapping Drill Size|
|7/32||28||0.0357||0.173||Number drill 15|
|1/4||26||0.0385||0.2008||Number drill 6|
|3/8||20||0.05||0.311||Letter drill P|
|1 inch||10||0.1||0.872||22.75 mm|