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Structural Nuts

Posted By: dtnut

Date: Fri, 8 Sep 2023

Price: $15,000.00

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Structural Nuts from DATIAN (DT) Fastener are general-purpose nuts made of carbon steel and stainless steel for maximum durability and strength. The structural nut is one of standard nuts carry high strength. Due to the outstanding fastening performance, structural steel standard bolt and nut play an important fastening role in industrial construction, railway engineering, highway bridge and pipelines, etc.


Structural Nuts For Sale
Searching for The Right Structural Bolts And Nuts
AS 1252 STRUCTURE NUTS: Class 8, 10
ANSI / ASME B18.2.2 STRUCTURE NUTS
DIN 6915 STRUCTURE NUTS
JIS B 1186 STRUCTURE NUTS
BS 4395-1 STRUCTURE NUTS
ISO 7414/4775/7413/7417 STRUCTURE NUTS
UNI 5713 STRUCTURE NUTS
GB 1229 STRUCTURE NUTS: Class 8, 10


Cold Heading To Manufacture Structural Nuts
The diameter range of our structural nuts are usually 3/8''~1-1/8'' (M10~M33). During the production, we will first select the wire carbon steel for our structural bolts and nuts. After pickling and cold drawing, connect one end of the wire steel to the feeding position of the cold heading machine. According to the mold in the cold heading machine, the corresponding Structural semi-finished product will be punched: there is a hole in the middle, and the shape is similar to the hexagon bolt nut, but no thread yet. The old-fashioned cold heading machine cannot be formed at one time. After the Structural hexagonal semi-finished product is laid, it must be poured into the hopper on the tapping machine for tapping. If required, heat treatment (changing the hardness of the nut) and surface treatment (rust prevention) can also be conducted to perfect the structural steel bolts and nuts.


Structural Nuts FAQs

What grade is a structural nut?
Our structural nuts are usually made in grade 8, 10, and 10s.


What are the 3 types of nuts engineering?
Hex nuts, heavy duty hex nuts and structural nuts


What are the types of structural fasteners?
The structural bolts and nuts are in essence high-strength bolts and nuts.


Why do structural nuts have 6 sides?
The structural nuts has 6 sides mainly for ease of use and maximum use of material. On the machine, the place where the structural bolts and nuts are installed is sometimes not quite generous, and the movement of the wrench for tightening the nut is very limited. The structural bolts and nuts can be easily tightened by turning the wrench 60 degrees at a time.


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