A Press in nut made of stainless steel or steel is a special nut that can be used in sheet metal or steel plates in different materials. In doing so, the Press in nuts are used and processed in many different areas of industry. These areas include, among others, mechanical engineering in general, special machine construction, construction engineering, plant engineering, control cabinet construction, food technology and in model making, Press in nuts made of stainless steel in V2A and V4A are used. This enumeration is by no means complete, as it only serves as an exemplary arrangement. Of course, there are countless other areas of application for Press in nuts. These very special connecting elements are actually almost identical in construction when compared to standard hexagon nuts. They differ only in one small detail. This detail is the turned collar above the hexagonal surfaces of the nut head. This collar is set slightly inwards and machined outwards. It gives the Press in nuts its typical look. Furthermore this collar has a strong outwardly curved knurling, which can hardly be overlooked. By means of this knurling the nut clings firmly into the material without losing its hold. If you want to learn more about stainless steel Press in nuts, please visit our blog.
Our delivery program of stainless steel press in nuts - buy online in our online shop
For many years we have been supplying customers throughout Europe with stainless steel Press in nuts in V2A or V4A versions for a wide range of applications via our online shop. Our delivery program of these Press in nuts made of stainless steel V2A ranges from the smallest nut M2 to the largest nut M20. Of course all intermediate sizes are also available. These would be like M2 over M2,5 and M3 to M4 and M5, M6 and M8 to M10. In order to be able to buy your products even safer in our internet shop, we decided some time ago to change the complete internet presence to the very safe SLL certificate. This brings many advantages for you as a customer. On the one hand you can be assured that all your entered data is completely protected and that during the transfer of your online order via our online shop no access from outside is possible. The connection is encrypted. Of course, we would like to explain in the same breath how you can buy your stainless steel Press in nuts from our shop and how the ordering process works exactly. First of all you put together all your desired products. Once this is done, you will be asked to enter your data in our shop. This can be done as guest access or as a customer. If you then click on the button "Checkout" you will be asked to choose the right one for you from the many types of bazaar. If this is done, confirm the payment by clicking on "Buy". Afterwards you will immediately be redirected back to our website. Now comes the automatic order confirmation about your purchase of the Press in nuts in our shop. If we have now also received your order, your Press in nuts will be assembled directly in our warehouse and handed over to the transport company, which will deliver your order just one or two days later.
The assembly of stainless steel press in nuts
The following installation procedure is advisable when mounting Press in nuts: First, please look where and in which positions the Press in nuts are to be inserted in the sheets or stainless steel sheets. Once the exact positions have been determined, they are marked and marked with a centre punch. Once this operation has been completed, the holes are placed in the sheets using a small drill. Once all the holes have been pre-drilled, the final holes are drilled into the plates. It is important to ensure that the holes for the Press in nuts are only as large as the minimum collar diameter of the setting nut. This means the collar on the Press in nuts, which has the knurling. We do not mean the knurled diameter! When all the holes are drilled, place the nuts with the knurl on the sheet metal with the knurl facing the hole. Now the nuts can be pressed into the holes by pressing them in, which is the clean solution, or by using strong hammer blows. The knurling on the Press in nuts and the pressing in causes the "claws" of the Press in nuts to press firmly against the wall of the hole. In this way the nuts are later firmly seated in the material. It is important to make sure that the Press in nuts in the sheets are always pressed in only in the direction of the collar with the knurling, so that the nut is always pulled against the sheet under load, never pulled out!