Nuts

Nuts belong to the wide range of fastening elements. So nuts can be used to quickly make a connection with a screw. Nuts are often made of steel or stainless steel.

1. Nuts
2. The different types of nuts
3. The best known - the nut with hexagon as standard nut
4. Knurled nuts - Cap nuts - Lock nuts - Round nuts
5. The weld nuts - square nuts - sleeve nuts and the wing nuts
6. The threaded sleeves - slotted nuts - the castle nuts and the shear nuts
7. The set nuts - drive-in nuts - rampa sleeves - two-hole nuts - the slotted nuts and threaded inserts
8. The production of nuts from steel or stainless steel - V2A or V4A
9. Our delivery program of nuts made of steel and stainless steel - buy online via our online shop
10. Further websites on the subject of nuts
 

I suppose everybody knows about nuts? After all, the nut is certainly the best known fastening element - after the screw - in the large family of nuts. Over the past centuries, it has secured its place in the fasteners, after the screw, of course. Today, nobody can do without nuts made of stainless steel, because they are used in all imaginable systems, machines, components or workpieces where more than one component has to be connected to a second one in a detachable way. When you hear one of these nuts, many people actually always think of the common hexagon nut. This is no coincidence, as this is the most commonly used nut for all fasteners. All other nuts are used far less, but still have an enormous importance for the correct fastening possibility. We have created a blog post on this subject, which reveals a few more things about stainless steel nuts. If you are interested, just read the article once. For nuts made of stainless steel, only two different alloys are used for both indoor and outdoor applications. On the one hand it is the stainless steel V2A, which is an alloy that can withstand most weather conditions. Who of course uses his nuts made of stainless steel for outdoor applications near the sea, should definitely use the stainless steel V4A for his project. Because this alloy also defies the aggressive salt water, which would otherwise, in the long run, under certain circumstances, clog the V2A stainless steel.

The different types of nuts

In the large family of nuts there are countless varieties of nuts, which we would like to introduce to you briefly. Of course, we would like to give you only a small overview, as we cannot introduce every single nut here, but we can give you a rough overview anyway. Nuts are actually always used together with screws and threaded rods, but also with washers in various shapes. This is the only way to produce professional screw connections. The following nuts belong to the large group of stainless steel fasteners:

The best known - the nut with hexagon as standard nut

Nuts Stainless Steel V2A V4AThe hexagonal nut is probably the best known nut among all fastening elements. This nut can be found in all technical equipment in mechanical engineering or in almost every component that we find around us or use every day. This nut can be tightened easily with an open-end wrench or a ring spanner or can be opened again if required. A fastening element, perfect for almost every application. Another nut in the family is the hexagon nut 3 x D high and the hexagon nut 1.5 x D high.

Knurled nuts - Cap nuts - Lock nuts - Round nuts

Knurled nuts are nuts that can be easily unscrewed and tightened using only the force of your hands. Perfectly suited for quick manual loosening of moulded parts in fixture construction. Or the group of cap nuts when nuts are closed at the end and there is no risk of injury from protruding threads. A further category are the locknuts, which are used when components have to be secured - for example, against vibration. Or the round nuts, which are often used in technical systems as switch nuts to control switching operations, either mechanically or by actuating sensors.

The weld nuts - square nuts - sleeve nuts and the wing nuts

Nuts Stainless Steel V2A V4AWeld nuts are an integral part of mechanical engineering and locksmith's shops and quickly turn thin-walled material into thick-walled material by welding the nuts on. Another type of nuts are the square nuts, which can be easily pushed into profiles and thus create a detachable connection to aluminium profiles without even drilling a hole. A further group is the sleeve nut, which is often used in stainless steel square profiles to create form-fit exterior views and to set optical highlights (design). And finally the wing nuts, which are also used in jig and fixture construction to position parts quickly by hand without tools.

The threaded sleeves - slotted nuts - the castle nuts and the shear nuts

Threaded sockets are a very special type of nut, because they are used to extend threaded rods and thus make one out of two or use other screw connections. The slotted nuts are nuts which have a special shape due to the slot and can therefore often be operated with special tools. Now we come to the crown nuts made of stainless steel, which, as the name suggests, have a crown and can also be used as locking nuts to quickly secure axles and shaft bearings by means of a split pin. Another group are the shear nuts, which are a so-called "disposable nut". Here the hexagon head is simply turned off and the nut cannot be loosened (at least not that easy, actually only by destroying it).

The set nuts - drive-in nuts - rampa sleeves - two-hole nuts - the slotted nuts and threaded inserts

Nuts Stainless Steel V2A V4AWith the set nuts, simply drill holes and press the nut into the hole. The knurling holds it firmly in the material. The stainless steel drive-in nuts are exclusively intended for screw connections in wooden constructions where the connection does not have to be made with wood screws but with a metric thread. The purpose of the rampa sleeves is to prepare soft to medium-hard material so that a screw connection with a metric thread can be made. The two hole nuts are special nuts, which can only be opened and closed with a hook spanner. The thread inserts are not actually nuts in that sense, but they also have an internal thread and an external thread to make / keep worn threads in aluminium parts or soft steel operational again and thus avoid expensive new production of components (cost reduction). The number nuts are also special nuts that can only be opened and closed with a hook wrench - very often used to precisely justrate bearings on spindles.

The production of nuts from steel or stainless steel - V2A or V4A

In order to produce nuts in all imaginable sizes and shapes, CNC machines are required to carry out the construction of the nuts. This means that the CNC controlled machine usually also has a bar feeder connected to the rear end of the jaw chuck. The advantage of this loader is that the raw material can easily be inserted bar by bar and the machine can then work unmanned all night long and reload the material itself as required. As a raw material it is nowadays simply possible that if, for example, a nut with an external hexagon is to be produced, the raw material is already hexagonal and has the appropriate key size. Once the raw material is loaded into the CNC machine system and securely clamped with the jaw chuck, the production of the nuts can begin. The material is usually stainless steel V4A or V2A or pure construction steel. First the core bore is inserted into the material and drilled. Once this is done, the chamfer is placed on the outside of the nut and turned cleanly. Afterwards it is ready to cut the thread. Once this process is completed, the almost finished nut can be cut off. Afterwards only the opposite chamfer has to be turned on the nut. If the last operation is also completed, the nut is ready for trade and for sale in the warehouse.

Our delivery program of nuts made of steel and stainless steel - buy online via our online shop

Our online shop enables you to buy your steel or stainless steel nuts securely online in a very simple and uncomplicated way. We now stock many different nuts in V2A or V4A in many different sizes and thread diameters. The common diameters are among others M3, M4, M5, M6 over M8 and M10, M12 over M14 over M20 and M24 and M27 up to M30. Even larger nuts are in our central warehouse, so that shipping can be handled quickly after an order is placed. In order to process an order in our shop system safely and quickly and to buy the required goods, please put all the nuts you need into the shopping cart and assemble all goods individually. If you have all items in your shopping cart, go to the payment area where you can select your preferred payment method. Once you have selected the correct payment method, complete the payment of the nuts. You will then be redirected back to our online shop. After your purchase you will receive an order confirmation and your goods will then be assembled and packed for you in our warehouse. When the nuts are then handed over to the transport company, you will receive a separate shipping confirmation again and will be informed.

 

Further websites on the subject of nuts

  1. https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mutter_(Technik)
  2. https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Schraube
Basket Nuts

Basket nuts are nuts that have a shackle on the body. This shackle has the shape of a basket. Hence the name basket nut. Basket nuts are actually always made of steel or stainless steel. 1....

Cage Nuts

Cage nuts are nuts which are equipped with a retaining cage. This gives the cage nuts a secure hold on thin sheets of metal and can be simply clipped on as required. 1. Cage Nuts 2. Our stock...

Cap Nuts

Cap nuts are closed nuts that can be used as a protection or as a visible component. Cap nuts are used where the thread of the screws is to be locked and secured. 1. Cap Nuts 2. Our delivery...

Castle Nuts

Castle nuts are nuts which are characterized by a crown. This crown on castle nuts allows each individual castle nut to be secured by a safety split pin. 1. Castle nuts 2. Our stock and delivery...

Combi Nuts

Combi nuts are universal nuts which are ready for use for various applications. This large group of nuts is called Combi nuts precisely because it does not limit the applications. 1. Combi nuts...

Connector Sleeves

Connector sleeves are sleeves that can connect two threads together. Connector sleeves are used in industry and in the private sector. Connector sleeves can be made of steel or stainless steel....

Cross Hole Nuts

Cross-hole nuts are nuts which are always provided with two opposite holes on the upper side of the nut. With cross-hole nuts, the nut can then be tightened quickly and easily with a cross-hole...

Eye Nuts

Eye nuts are round nuts with a standing eyelet on top. This makes eye nuts perfect for lifting machine parts and attaching slings. 1. Eye nuts 2. Our stock program of eye nuts - buy online in...

Flange Nuts

Flange nuts are nuts with a flange. This flange on the flange nuts ensures that the contact surface is larger and, if the flange has a serration, that this serration grips better. 1. Flange Nuts...

Hexagon Nuts

Hexagon nuts are nuts which have a hexagonal contour around the nut. Hexagon nuts are made to be tightened with an open-end wrench. 1. Hexagon nuts 2. Our delivery program of stainless steel...

Knock In Nuts

Knock in nuts are driven into the material. Then the drive-in nuts are very tight and can be screwed directly. Knock in nuts can be made of stainless steel or steel. 1. Knock in nuts 2. Our...

Knurled Nuts

Knurled nuts are so-called grip nuts. Knurled nuts always have a knurled edge on the outer surface of the nut. So anyone can tighten or loosen the knurled nut with their bare hand. 1. Knurled...

Lifting Nuts

Lifting nuts are round structures that can be easily screwed to machine parts. Then you can easily lift and transport the device or machine with Lifting nuts. 1. Lifting nuts 2. Our stock...

Lock Nuts

Locknuts are nuts with a few grooves around the nut body. Thus, locknuts can be simply screwed to shafts or axles as clamping screws and the tension can be freely adjusted. These nuts are...

Locking Teeth Nuts

Locking Teeth Nuts are nuts that have a collar on the nut. Locking Teeth Nuts are attached to this collar. This allows the ratchet nuts to dig into the material when tightened and create a lock....

Pal Nuts

Pal nuts are, in the true sense of the word, sheet metal shells that imitate the shape of a nut. Such Pal nuts are locking elements that hold a nut in position. 1. Pal Nuts 2. Our delivery...

Plastic Nuts

Plastic nuts are nuts that are made of plastic. Such plastic nuts can be found in more and more areas of hobby and industry, because these plastic nuts are very light. 1. Plastic nuts 2. Our...

Press In Nuts

Press in nuts are press-in nuts that are pressed into existing bores. Such Press in nuts are placed on an existing bore and driven or pressed in. Set nuts are usually made of steel or stainless...

Press Nuts

Press nuts are nuts that are pressed into sheet metal. The claws allow the press nuts to get a good grip. Press nuts are made of steel or stainless steel. 1. Press Nuts 2. Our stock range of...

Profile Nuts

Profile nuts are nuts that are inserted into profiles. Now screws can be screwed onto the profile nuts. Profile nuts can thus be made of steel or stainless steel. 1. Profile Nuts 2. Our stock...

Rampa Sleeves

Rampa sleeves are coarse thread or fine thread sleeves, which are equipped with a machine thread. Rampa sleeves can therefore be screwed into soft material to find enough hold for a machine screw....

Ring Nuts

Ring nuts are like eyebolts and serve as slings to lift parts. Ring nuts have no screws but an internal thread inside the ring nut. This can then be screwed on everywhere. 1. Ring nuts 2. Our...

Round Nuts

Round nuts are round nuts which are usually equipped with an internal thread. Such round nuts are used in very special applications. So it can be said that round nuts are not common nuts like the...

Screw In Nuts

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Securing Nuts

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Shear Nuts

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Sheet Metal Nuts

Sheet metal nuts are nuts which must be attached to sheet metal in a supporting manner. Thus, sheet metal nuts on thin sheet metal allow threads to be used without any problems. 1. Sheet metal...

Sleeve Nuts

Sleeve nuts are nuts made from sleeves. These sleeve nuts have a head and an internal thread. So you can easily screw a sleeve nut into the material. 1. Sleeve Nuts 2. Our delivery program of...

Slotted Nuts

Slotted nuts are nuts that have a slot. This slot on the slotted nut allows the user to tighten or loosen the slotted nut with a tool. 1. Slotted nuts 2. Stainless steel slotted nuts from our...

Square Nuts

Square nuts have four faces on one nut. Square nuts can be used in structural engineering as normal fixing nuts or as square insert nuts. When selecting the material for square nuts, steel or...

Threaded Inserts

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Threaded Sockets

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Toggle Nuts

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Tube Nuts

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Turnbuckle Nuts

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Two Hole Nuts

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Welding Nuts

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Wing Nuts

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