Nuts

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Hydraulic nut / for bearings

The HYDNUT series hydraulic nuts are...

Cap nut

Cap Nut products (Acorn Nuts) are available in a couple of standard...

Hexagonal nut / low

A Jam Nut is often 2/3 the...

Hexagonal nut / low

Hex nuts have a design that is highly versatile and commonly used....

Hexagonal nut

Manufactured by...

Eared nut / stainless steel

These devices are wing...

Crimp-on nut / self-locking

The RIVKLE plus blind...

Self-locking nut

The HELICOIL® are...

Self-sealing nut

A SEAL LOCH sealing nut...

Crimp-on nut / flush

This unit is...

Crimp-on nut

These Self-crimping nuts from AMECA...

Knurled nut

The Knurled Lock Nuts,...

Self-locking nut

Jergens Spinner-Grip flange lock nuts have set new...

Eared nut / plastic

The Ergostyle® by...

Hydraulic nut / for bearings

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

Union fitting nut

Used in conjunction with Fitting...

Blind rivet nut

The PolyGrip® blind rivet nuts Die PolyGrip® blind...

Blind rivet nut / with hose connection

Specifi cation: BRN M5x7x26 KK steel,...

Hexagonal nut / steel

The unit is manufactured...

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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