Nuts are one of the fundamental components required for securing any assembly of any complexity. Therefore, your arsenal of fasteners would be incomplete without carrying nuts in them.
A wide variety of nuts exists, from household hardware versions to specialized industry-specific designs that are engineered to meet various technical standards.
Hex nuts from are general purpose nuts made of stainless steel for maximum durability and strength. These nuts can be used for industrial, petrochemical and commercial...
Nylock nuts have a nylon filled center which prevents the components from loosening. The nylon filling is machine threaded and acts as a lock to ensure that the fastening is secure...
Cage nuts are easy-to-install fasteners used for the installation of racks and other holding instruments. They are incredibly supportive structurally, and find most of their usage within the computer rooms to hold servers and CPUs in place...
Eye nuts are fasteners with a looped head. They are designed to receive a hook or rope...
A square nut is a four-sided nut. Compared to standard hex nuts, square nuts have a greater surface in contact with the part being fastened, and therefore provide greater resistance to loosening
Wing nuts come with two flat and wide protrusions which make it easy for frequent adjustments which have to be made by hand. They can be adjusted without the help of tools are used mostly for home improvements.
Flange nuts possess a few of the defining attributes of a washer. They are used to spread the load evenly to avoid uneven fastening surface of the operations. They also ensure that the fasteners are in place without moving about loosely.
Dome nuts get their names due to the dome-shaped projection on one side of the nut. This is mostly used to protect objects close to the ends of screws from scratches and structural injuries...
Castle nuts come with pre-drilled holes through which cotter pins can be inserted to hold the nuts securely in place. This gives the nuts the ability to withstand constant vibrations and allows them to stay in place during small movements.