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Ceramic Hex Nut

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Product Specifications
Brand Name Small Parts
Part Number B003SLDKYG
Material Type Ceramic
System of Measurement Inch
Thread Style Right Hand
Color Tan
Drive Style Hex
Exterior Finish Plain
UNSPSC Code 31161727

Most often used on machine screws and threaded rod, these general purpose nuts are for low-streng... Read full product description



Product Features

  • Hex Nuts are appropriate for use in low-strength assemblies
  • Ceramic is suitable where primary considerations are high temperature and corrosion resistance
  • Drive system is a hexagon-shaped head
  • Ensure a lasting hold for any project

Product Details

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  • ASIN: B003SLDKYG
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Product Description

Most often used on machine screws and threaded rod, these general purpose nuts are for low-strength assemblies. Hex Nuts have flat tops with chamfered corners; bottoms may be flat or chamfered. Hex drive systems are driven with a wrench.

Ceramic is produced from low pressure injection molded ceramics, utilizing 99.8% fully dense aluminum oxide (Alumina A998). In addition to the outstanding electrical insulation properties of alumina, this material offers unusual resistance to high temperature, corrosion, and abrasion.

A threaded fastener's size name indicates information about the major, or largest, diameter, followed by the threads per inch. Fine threads are preferable when working with harder materials or when threading into a thin material. They are also stronger in tension than coarse threads, and generally provide higher shear strengths.

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