Hex nuts are the most common hexagonal fasteners with internal threaded hole, used to fasten multiple parts together. Solid hex head can be easily fastened by socket, box head or adjustable wrench.
Hex thin nut is thinner than standard hex nuts, used for tight areas where a thin nut is necessary also prevent loosening.
Hex weld nuts are similar to standard hex nut but with three or six welding projections for quick location in hole. Hex weld nuts have better torque value that can withstand heavy duty, when in welding process, projections will melt into the host material for a fast and secure hold. DIN 928 and DIN 929 standards are commonly used nowadays in many industries.
Hex conical nuts have a conical washer attached to resist loosening when fastened, also prevents the need for another washer. It can optimally expand along the component with its external cone.
Hex flange nut is a fastener that combines both hexagonal nut and flanged washer-like base, it extends the original diameter of the nut and ensure the fastener stay tight. The flange also can cover oversized holes and increase the load over a greater area.
Nylon nuts are embedded with nylon at one side of the hole, that nylon insert secured within the nut. When fasten the nylon nut onto a bolt or screw, nylon insert wraps around the threads and locks the nut in place unaffected by vibration.
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