Brass Fastener Nuts
- Brass, Steel, Stainless Steel, Martensitic Stainless Steel, Austenitic Stainless Steel, Carbon Steel, Copper, Galvanized Steel
- Brass Nuts are almost always used in conjunction with a mating bolt or screw to fasten multiple parts together.
- General Range of Brass Nuts are used in applications where vibration or rotation may work a nut loose.
- Precision Brass Nuts are used in automotive, engineering, and industrial applications usually need to be tightened to a specific torque setting, using a torque wrench.
- Standard Brass Nuts prevent Self-Loosening.
- Brass Nuts are widely used for all type general fastening and installation application.
- Brass Nuts are available with threaded hole as per custom specified.
- A wide variety of brass nuts exists, from household hardware versions to specialized industry-specific designs that are engineered to meet various technical standards.
- Brass Nuts are graded with strength ratings compatible with their respective bolts.
- An ISO property class 10 brass nut will be able to support the bolt proof strength load of an ISO property class 10.9 bolt without stripping.
- General Range of Brass Nuts meet the needs of many different applications and come in a variety of different standard grades.
- Brass Nuts are available with different styles, lengths, finishes, and materials.
- Standard Brass Nuts are available with Anti-Corrosion properties.
- The preload pulls the brass nut threads against the bolt threads and the Nut face against the bearing surface, with a constant force.
- The tightening procedure should be used if effective locking is to be achieved by Brass Nuts.
- Three Steps of manufacturing Brass Nuts including Heading, Thread Rolling and Coating.
- Brass Nuts are available with different types of finishing and coating include Chrome, Nickle, Brass, Copper, Zinc, Electrolytic Tin and more.
- Ensure that the full strength of the Brass Nut is developed rather than a premature failure from thread stripping.