The Main Classification And Use Of Stainless Steel Nuts

Stainless steel nuts are a type of fastener with internal threads, which are used to connect two connected (parts, structures, etc.) use. However, according to the specifications of stainless steel nuts and the models of stainless steel nuts, their uses are also different. Only by being familiar with its uses can you use it well. The following classifies the uses of various specifications and models of nuts.
Stainless Steel 304 Hexagon Slotted Nuts
Stainless steel hexagonal nuts are the most widely used nuts, and must be assembled and disassembled with adjustable wrench, flat wrench, ring wrench, dual-purpose wrench or socket wrench. Among them, type 1 hex nuts are the most widely used. The height of the type 2 hex nut is about 10% higher than that of the type 1 hex nut, and the mechanical properties are good. The hexagonal flange nut has good anti-loosening performance, and no spring washer is needed. The height of the hexagonal thin nut is about 60% of the type 1 hexagonal nut, and it is used as a secondary nut in the anti-loosening device to lock the main nut. The height of the hexagonal thick nut is about 80% higher than that of the type 1 hexagonal nut, and it is mostly used for connections that are often disassembled. The stainless steel hexagonal slotted nut is equipped with a cotter pin, which is matched with the bolt with a hole in the screw rod. It is used for vibration and alternating loads, and can prevent the nut from loosening and falling out. Hex lock nut with insert, the insert is to tap the inner thread by tightening the nut, which can prevent loosening and has good elasticity.

Stainless Steel Nuts Stainless Steel Square Nuts
The use of stainless steel square nuts is the same as that of hexagonal nuts. Its characteristic is that the main nut is not easy to slip when it is assembled and disassembled with a wrench. Assembly and disassembly. It is mostly used on rough and simple components.

Stainless Steel Acorn Nuts
Stainless steel acorn nuts are used where the thread at the end of the bolt needs to be capped.

Stainless Steel Knurled Nuts
Stainless steel knurled nuts are mostly used for tooling.

Stainless Steel Wing Nuts
Stainless steel wing nuts and stainless steel ring nuts can generally be disassembled by hand instead of tools, and are usually used in occasions that require frequent disassembly and little force.

Stainless steel round nut
Stainless steel round nuts are mostly fine-pitched nuts, which need to be disassembled with special wrenches (such as hook nuts). Generally, it is equipped with a round nut stop washer, and is often used in conjunction with rolling bearings. Slotted round nuts are mostly used for tooling.

Stainless Steel Snap Nuts
The stainless steel fastening nut is used in conjunction with the hexagonal nut to lock the hexagonal nut, and the effect is better. One side of the weld nut is used for welding on the thin steel plate with holes, and then connected with the bolt.

Stainless Steel Rivet Nuts
Stainless steel rivet nuts, first of all, use a proprietary tool – rivet nut gun, to rivet it on one side on a thin-plate structural member with a circular hole (or hexagonal hole) of the corresponding size in advance, so that the two become one A non-detachable whole. Then another part (or structural part) can be connected to the rivet nut with screws of corresponding specifications, so that the two become a detachable whole.
According to the product grade, stainless steel nuts can be divided into three grades: A, B and C. Class A has the highest precision, followed by Class B, and Class C is the lowest. It must be used in conjunction with bolts of the corresponding product grade.

Post time: Oct-18-2023