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Mild Steel Nuts

Hexagonal Nuts

Mild steel hex nuts, are fasteners used in conjunction with bolts or threaded rods to secure and tighten connections. MS hex nuts are typically made from low-carbon steel known for its strength, affordability, and ease of machinability. They can also be zinc-plated or coated with other finishes to enhance their corrosion resistance.MS hex nuts are widely used in various industries and applications, including construction, automotive, machinery, and general repairs. When using MS hex nuts, it is important to ensure compatibility with the corresponding bolt or threaded rod in terms of thread size, pitch, and material. Proper tightening techniques should be followed to prevent over-tightening or under-tightening, which can affect the integrity of the connection.

Dome Nuts

A dome nut, also known as an acorn nut or cap nut, is a type of nut with a domed or rounded top that covers the threaded end of a bolt or threaded rod. It is called a dome nut because its shape resembles that of a dome or an acorn.Dome nuts have a low-profile, rounded top that covers the exposed threads of a bolt or threaded rod. The dome shape offers a decorative and finished appearance while providing a measure of protection to the threaded end.Dome nuts typically have a hexagonal base, allowing them to be easily tightened or loosened using a wrench or socket.Dome nuts are commonly used in applications where the exposed threads of a bolt or threaded rod need to be covered or protected. They are frequently used in decorative applications, such as furniture, lighting fixtures, and architectural structures. Dome nuts are also used in automotive, construction, and machinery applications for both functional and aesthetic purposes.When using dome nuts, it is important to select the appropriate size, material, and thread pitch to ensure compatibility with the bolt or threaded rod. Proper installation techniques should be followed to achieve a secure and aesthetically pleasing connection.

Tee Nut

A tee nut, also known as a blind nut or a threaded insert, is a type of fastener used to create a threaded hole in materials such as wood, plastic, or metal. It is typically used when a strong threaded connection is required in a material that may not have sufficient strength to hold threads directly.A tee nut consists of a flat, round base with three prongs or spikes protruding from the underside. The prongs are designed to embed into the material when the nut is inserted, providing stability and preventing the nut from rotating or coming loose. The top of the tee nut has a threaded hole that allows a bolt or screw to be inserted and tightened.Tee nuts are commonly used in woodworking, furniture assembly, and other applications where a secure threaded connection is needed in materials that may not be suitable for direct threading. They provide a reliable and durable fastening solution and are available in various sizes and materials to suit different applications.

Lock nut

A half nut, also known as a split nut, is a type of nut used in mechanical systems, particularly in screw mechanisms such as lead screws or power screws. It is called a “half nut” because it is split into two pieces along its length, allowing it to engage and disengage from the screw thread.The purpose of a half nut is to provide a means of engaging and disengaging a rotating screw without the need to thread the entire length of the screw. The nut is typically positioned on a guide rail or saddle, and when it is engaged with the screw thread, it forms a threaded connection that allows the nut to move along the length of the screw as it rotates.Half nuts are commonly used in applications where precise control of linear motion is required, such as in lathes, milling machines, or other machinery with lead screws. They provide a convenient way to engage and disengage from the screw thread while maintaining the integrity of the threaded connection when necessary.

Cage Nut

A cage nut is a type of fastener used to secure equipment, such as rack-mounted servers, network switches, or other electronic devices, within a server rack or equipment cabinet. It is designed to provide a threaded mounting point where traditional screw holes are not available or suitable.A cage nut consists of a square or round metal nut with small tabs or wings protruding from each corner. These tabs are designed to grip and hold the nut in place within the mounting hole. Cage nuts are compatible with rack-mount equipment and cabinets that use square mounting holes or round holes with corresponding hole sizes. They are commonly used in data centers, server rooms, network closets, and other IT infrastructure environments.To install a cage nut, it is inserted into the mounting hole from the front or back of the rack or cabinet. The wings on the cage nut are then pressed or squeezed together to grip the edges of the hole securely. Once in place, the threaded insert is ready to receive the screw or bolt that will secure the equipment.The tool provides leverage to squeeze the wings of the cage nut and secure it in place.Cage nuts offer a convenient and reliable solution for mounting equipment within server racks or equipment cabinets. They allow for easy installation, repositioning, and removal of equipment, making them a popular choice in IT infrastructure installations.

Wing Nut

A wing nut is a type of fastener that is designed for easy hand tightening and loosening without the need for tools. It is named after its distinctive wing-like projections on the head of the nut, which provide a convenient grip for turning the nut by hand.The wings or projections extend from opposite sides of the nut’s head, allowing for manual rotation.Wing nuts are commonly used in applications where frequent adjustments or removal of a fastener are required, such as in furniture assembly, lighting fixtures, and equipment that needs periodic maintenance. They are particularly useful in situations where tools may not be readily available or where quick and easy adjustments are necessary.

Long nut

Mild steel long nuts refer to nuts made from mild steel that have an elongated shape or are longer in length compared to standard nuts. Mild steel is a low-carbon steel alloy that offers good strength and durability while being relatively inexpensive.Long nuts are often used in applications where a standard nut may not provide enough thread engagement or where additional grip length is required. They can be used to secure objects with thicker or irregular surfaces, or in situations where a longer nut is needed to accommodate a specific design or installation requirement.The elongated shape of long nuts allows for increased surface contact and better distribution of the clamping force, providing a more secure fastening solution. They are commonly used in construction, automotive, and industrial applications.