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Lock nut stainless steel...

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precision nut - ZM, ZMA series

These seal carrier assemblies from Schaeffler are equipped with an integral rotary shaft seal...

hydraulic nut / bearing - HYDNUT series

The HYDNUT series hydraulic nuts are well suited for a wide range of different applications such as mounting and dismounting of rolling...

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threaded nut / trapezoidal lead screw - TR08 - TR10, 100 N

These units are spherical trapezoidal threaded self aligning nuts that are used to compensate for angular errors...

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threaded nut / trapezoidal lead screw - TR08 - TR10, 100 N

Precision nuts fits highly precised or standard angular contact ball bearing and fits taper roller bearings with needle bearings. They can lick themselves....

threaded nut / trapezoidal lead screw - TR08 - TR10, 100 N

Precise, effortless mounting of your large bearings with a tool that is
always ready for use

Beyond a certain shaft diameter, the mounting or dismounting of a bearing on tapered seatings requires hydraulic assistance.
A hydraulic nut ensures perfect control of the adjustment of the assembly while limiting the use of manual force and reducing the time taken for the operation.
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threaded nut / trapezoidal lead screw - TR08 - TR10, 100 N

Delta Series Hydraulic Nuts are efficient tools that help in absolute tensioning of studs at same time in multi-bolt assemblies like flanges and bolted joints. The integrity of...

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threaded nut / trapezoidal lead screw - TR08 - TR10, 100 N

This high flow female nut has a 1/4 face seal size with 9/16 to 18 inch thread length....

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nut - 1/8 - 2

A nut is a type of fastener with a threaded hole. It is used opposite a mating bolt...

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nut - 1/8 - 2

This selection of wing nuts is developed by Chandler Equipment Inc.. It consists...

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clamping nut - ø 21 - 56.4 mm

The Nut is well suited for bayonet...

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clamping nut - ø 21 - 56.4 mm

Q+ Balancing, ideal for high-speed applications
Higher transferable torque, up to 80% higher gripping...

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knurled nut - SSM

Adjusting nut type...

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hexagonal nut / mounted - 1/2 - 4

Designed and built with large surface to distribute load,...

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precision nut - 30 - 1 340 kN

- The accuracy of the bearing assembly on ballscrews or spindles will be affected by the contact surface of the lock nuts, as well as the thread match.

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collet nut - Power Coat series

“Power Coat” is an innovative, permanent coating that increases clamping pressure of the nut up to 75% compared to...

collet nut - TG series

TG Standard “Power Coat” Nuts

“Power Coat” increase...

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clamping nut - 60 - 200 kN | ES series

with bottomed thread
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How to choose this product

nut

Nuts are used with bolts to assemble parts or provide motion transfer. They are tapped to be mated with a screw, a bolt or any shaft with external threads.

Applications

Nuts have two main applications:

- Parts assembly: Assembly nuts take many different many forms.

- Motion transfer: Turning the bolt moves the nut left or right. The nut-bolt system can transfer great force. It is found in vices, bar clamps, screw jacks, car jacks and similar devices. The system converts a rotational movement into a translation movement. Rarely reversible, the opposite conversion is nonetheless possible if the bolt's threads are long enough.

Technologies

The most common standard nuts include hexagonal nuts, minimum-height, or locknuts (any nut can serve the same purpose, depending on its position), cap nuts, self-locking nuts, square nuts, flanged nuts, wing nuts, castle nuts, et al. Most nuts are screwed on, though weld nuts and clinch nuts also exist.

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