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Steel Machine Screw Hex Nut, Zinc Plated
Steel Machine Screw Hex Nut, Zinc Plated

Steel Machine Screw Hex Nut, Zinc Plated Finish, Grade 2, Self-Locking Nylon Insert, Right Hand Threads, #12-24 Threads, 0.482" Width Across Flats (Pack of 100)

Product ID : 35064390


Galleon Product ID 35064390
Shipping Weight 0.9 lbs
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Model 21NM124
Manufacturer Small Parts
Shipping Dimension 5.51 x 2.28 x 0.71 inches
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Brand Small Parts
Color Zinc
Package Quantity 1
Size #12-24
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Steel Machine Screw Hex Nut, Zinc Plated Features

  • Machine screw hex nut has a flat top with a large bearing surface and chamfered corners

  • Self-locking nylon insert helps prevent loosening when nut is threaded to another component

  • Grade 2 steel is often used in applications where toughness is the primary consideration

  • Zinc plating resists corrosion and has a reflective appearance


About Steel Machine Screw Hex Nut, Zinc Plated

The grade 2 steel machine screw hex nut has a self-locking nylon insert design and a zinc plating. Designed for use with machine screws, the nut has a flat top with a large bearing surface and chamfered corners. The nut has six flat sides that a wrench can grip to turn from the side, enabling use when there is no space above the nut. It has a self-locking nylon insert to help prevent loosening when the nut is threaded to another component. Grade 2 steel is often used in applications where toughness is the primary consideration. The zinc plating offers corrosion resistance and has a reflective appearance.Nuts are internally threaded fasteners that are used with bolts and threaded rods and studs to connect components. Several different nut styles fit a variety of application and installation requirements. Some styles, such as hex nuts, acorn nuts, flange nuts, and coupling nuts, must be tightened with a tool. Others, such as eye nuts, thumb nuts, and wing nuts, can be tightened by hand. Some nuts have a self-locking mechanism, such as a nylon patch or distorted threads, that makes them suitable for applications with a high amount of vibration.