Knock in nuts made of stainless steel or steel are structures which are mainly used in the woodworking industry or in the private sector. They are mainly used to connect soft and hard materials very firmly by means of a machine thread. Wood is the material of choice for the Knock in nuts. These fasteners are also mainly used in the door or furniture industry and/or in carport construction. In the mechanical engineering sector, there are fewer applications, since it is a pure wood fastener. Because the stainless steel Knock in nuts, which can be made of V2A or V4A, can be used to connect wooden elements effectively and without the screws being able to tear out. Because machine screws with a machine thread are always used. The Knock in nuts are always equipped with a metric machine thread. If you would like more information about Knock in nuts made of stainless steel, please read our blog article. But also in the private sector, these very special elements have gained more and more ground in the last years and have also found their way into private areas. For example, when building work is carried out on your own property, carport facilities can be built or wooden roofing can be installed. These can then be driven into the wood by using Knock in nuts, which are also weatherproof, in such a way that later a screw or threaded rod - allows a secure metallic connection. It is often a problem when wood screws are used in wood, because the screw tends to tear out quickly when the wood gives way to the load. This cannot happen with the Knock in nuts, because it is made of stable steel or metal.
Our delivery program of Knock in nuts - buy online in our online shop
Through the Internet shop, which has been built up over the years, we offer our goods to customers from all over Europe to buy them from us. This has an advantage, because we make it very easy for our customers to choose the appropriate products and have them delivered quickly and easily. Thus we supply customers all over Europe with Knock in nuts made of stainless steel in V2A bza. V4A in various sizes and metric threads. Our delivery program for Knock in nuts made of stainless steel V2A starts with the smallest thread size from M5 to M10. Of course all intermediate sizes of Knock in nuts are also available: M5, M6, M8 and M10. To make shopping in our online shop even safer for you, we have decided to convert the entire website to SSL encryption, so that your data cannot be accessed by third parties. The advantage of this is that when your data is transferred after the order, it is all encrypted before it is sent to us. But how exactly does a purchase on our website work? First of all, put together all the Knock in nuts you need and also all the other products you want. Put everything into the shopping cart. Once you have made your selection, proceed to the checkout. Here you will be given several payment methods to choose from, where you can choose one of them. Now confirm the purchase of your Knock in nuts and the other products by completing the payment. You will now be sent the order confirmation. Now we can also process your order and put it together in our warehouse. Immediately afterwards your order will be handed over to the shipping company and after a few days everything should arrive safely at your place.
The assembly of the stainless steel Knock in nuts
The Knock in nuts are designed in such a way that they have a "tube" shape in which the metric machine thread is cut. At the upper part of the stainless steel Knock in nuts there is a so-called plate with small staples cut into it. These cramps are folded down, i.e. towards the thread, and cut to a point. Thus they can be anchored safely in the wood connection. So knock in. In order to mount the Knock in nuts correctly, you must first drill a hole through the wooden beam, the board or the plank. It is important that the hole is just as large as the sleeve of the Knock in nuts, so that nothing wobbles later! When the hole in the wooden beam is in the correct position, the Knock in nuts can be inserted into the hole. Now push the nut all the way down so that the staples touch the wood. Now the hammer comes into play. Insert the stainless steel Knock in nuts into the wood with short, strong blows until the staples are countersunk and the nut is almost flush with the wood. The nut is now ready for use to pick up the screw, threaded rod or threaded bolt. Please always remember that the screw connection must always be made in the pulling direction through the hole in the wood, so that the Knock in nuts is pulled against the wood. Never apply tension, always apply pressure! Otherwise the Knock in nuts will be pulled out of the wood and the connection will be ineffective.