Steel Nuts

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Grattan Nuts 

  • Acorn Cap Nuts

    Acorn Cap Nut: An internally threaded nut with a closed dome for the purpose of threading onto an externally threaded bolt or screw. It gives a safe finished installation by not exposing the screw or bolt threads.
  • Axle Nuts

    Axle Nut: An un-threaded nut made of stamped steel for the purpose of pushing or pressing onto a threaded or unthreaded rod or shaft.
  • Castle Nuts

    Castle Nut: Also known as a slotted nut is a nut with notches cut into one end. Castle Nuts are used in low-torque applications, such as fastening a wheel bearing in place. A bolt or axle has one or two holes drilled through it's threaded end. The nut is then torqued properly, if the castle nuts slots are not aligned with the hole in the fastener, the nut is rotated to the nearest slot. The nut is then secured with a cotter pin or safety wire.
  • Flange Nuts

    Flange Nut: A nut with a wide flange at one end that acts as a washer. This integrated washer distributes the pressure of the nut over the part being fastened.
  • Grade "C" Top Lock Nuts

    Grade C All-Metal Top Lock Nut: A perforated block of steel possessing an internal or female thread intended for use on an external or male thread such as a bolt. It also possesses a slight disfigured top which keeps pressure on the inserted bolt to give greater resistance to loosening.
  • Heavy Hex Nuts

    Heavy Hex Nut: A perforated block of steel possessing an internal or female thread intended for use on an external or male thread such as a bolt for the purpose of tightening or holding tow or more bodies in definite relative positions. The heavy nut has a larger width and height than a standard nut for applications where a larger surface and/or height is necessary.
  • Hex Coupling Nuts

    Hex Coupling Nut: A perforated block of steel possessing an internal or female thread intended for use in connecting two parts that have an external or male thread of the same size such as all thread rod.
  • Hex Finish Nuts

    Hex Finish Nuts: a perforated block of steel possessing an internal or female thread intended for use on an external or male thread such as a bolt for the purpose of tightening or holding two or more bodies in definite relative positions.
  • Hex Jam Nuts

    Hex Jam Nut: A perforated block of steel possessing an internal or female thread intended for use of locking against another jam nut for the purpose of locking in place on an externally threaded bolt or rod for the purpose of tightening or holding two or more bodies in definite relative position.
  • Hex Machine Screw Nuts

    Hex Machine Screw Nut: A perforated block of steel possessing an internal or female screw thread intended for use on an external or male screw threaded machine screw for the purpose of tightening or holding two or more bodies in definite relative positions.
  • Hex Slotted Nuts

    Hex Slotted Nut: A perforated block of steel possessing an internal or female thread intended for use on an external or male thread such as a bolt for the purpose of tightening or holding two or more bodies in definite relative positions. The hex slotted nut has slots to allow for insertion of a cotter pin through the bolt or shaft to lock into position.
  • K - Lock Nuts

    K-lock Nut: An internally threaded hex steel nut with a pre-assembled external tooth lock washer for the purpose of locking the nut in place against the work surface.
  • Knurled Nuts (brass)

    Brass Knurled Nuts: An internally threaded device with a round serrated external surface for intent to be tightened & released by hand
  • Left Hand Hex Nuts

    Left Hand Thread Nut: A perforated block of steel possessing an internal or female thread intended for use on a left handed external or male thread such as a left hand bolt for the purpose of tightening or holding two or more bodies in definite relative position.
  • Nylon Lock Nuts

    Nylon Insert Lock Nut: A steel internally threaded nut with an inserted nylon ring for the purpose of locking against the external threads of the inserted bolt or screw.
  • Speed Nuts

    Speed Nut: A formed sheet metal clip for use on an externally threaded machine or sheet metal screw. Generally used in application when the screw will be installed and removed repeatedly or where tapping or altering is not easily accessible.
  • Square Nuts

    Square Nuts: An internally threaded steel nut shaped as a square acting as a bearing surface.
  • Tee Nuts

    Tee Nut: An internally threaded insert for the purpose of installation into the back side of a wooden object to mate with an externally threaded part such as a screw. It is inserted into a predrilled hole matching the barrel diameter and the prongs embed into the wood to keep the nut from spinning when the screw is tightened or removed.
  • Wing Nuts

    Wing Nut: A forged internally threaded nut with large wings for the purpose of tightening and loosening by hand. It is intended to mate with external thread such as a bolt or screw.
  • Wood Inserts

    Wood Insert: An internally and externally threaded fastener for the purpose of threading into wood with its external wood cutting threads giving the wood part a permanent internal machine thread for the insertion of an externally threaded machine screw. It is necessary to pre-dill the wood prior to insertion of the wood insert. It is suggested that the wood insert be threaded in from the back side in soft woods and in hard wood insert from the surface.