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A hydraulic nut incorporates its own internal hydraulic jack. This enables large diameter bolts to be tensioned with ease to high and accurate pre-loads.Hydraulic nuts are widely used in the oil and gas, offshore, mining, conventional...

clamping nut - 60 - 200 kN | ES series

with bottomed thread

nut - DIN 7168, DIN 176

Nuts - Round
Supplied in steel, brass and Nylatron

hexagonal nut / low - 1/8

• B.S.P. female thread Rp1/s-Rp4 (DIN 2999)
• B.S.P. male thread Außengewinde, RVs- R4
(DIN 2999)

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...

plastic nut - UN

FIT-ONE PFA fitting is designed with simplicity and easy of installation.



How to choose this product


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.


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.


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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