Nuts

TYPE OF NUTS

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HEAVY HEX NUT

HEAVY HEX NUT

Heavy hex nuts are thicker that standard nuts and usually used for structural projets.

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HEAVY JAM NUT

HEAVY JAM NUT

Heavy Jam nut are the thicker version or the standard jam nut. It is used to lock the first nut in place and prevent it from loosing.

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HEX NUT

HEX NUT

The Hex Nut (hexagonal nut) is the most commonly used nut on the market. It come in many grade and many finish.

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JAM NUT

JAM NUT

The jam nut is used in pair with a regular hex nut to lock this one in place, preventing it from loosing over time. It is a half thinner than the regular hex nut.

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COUPLING NUT

COUPLING NUT

Coupling nuts is used to joint two threaded products. By example it can be used to make one big rods from two smaller rods.

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CAP (ACORN) NUT

CAP (ACORN) NUT

Cap nuts have two features, first is to hide the end of the threaded product for safety reason. Second, it is aesthetically better looking on a finished product.

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NYLON LOCK NUT

NYLON LOCK NUT

Nylon lock nuts have a ring of nylon that reduce the diameter at one end and make it lock in place. This is the alternative to a jam nut plus a regular hex nut.

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STOVER LOCK NUT

STOVER LOCK NUT

Stover lock nut is a lock nut that is a bit oval in it's internal diameter. This will give resistance when screwing it into place and make it lock. This is the all-metal alternative to a nylon lock nut.

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FLANGE NUT

FLANGE NUT

Flange nuts is kind of a fusion between a regular hex nut and a washer. Sometime it come serrated under and they would be called serrated flange nut. It's an other kind of lock nut.

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KEPS LOCK NUT

KEPS LOCK NUT

Also known as K-Nut, Keps nuts are the fusion of a tooth lockwasher and a regular hex nut. When screwing it into place, the "tooths" under it that are a bit in angle will create a resistance and will help the nut from loosing over time.

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CASTLE NUT

CASTLE NUT

It's also known as Slotted nut.
The bolt or axle has holes drilled through its threaded end. The nut is torqued properly and then, the nut is rotated forward to the nearest slot. The nut is then secured with something in it.

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SQUARE NUT

SQUARE NUT

Square nuts are an alternative to hex nuts. Those are not commonly used and will be required on specific projects when a regular hex nut can't fit. Most of the time, this is a question of lack of space.

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