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The acorn nut is a type of fastener which gets its name from its shape. It is a nut that has a domed top to prevent contact with the external thread. It is usually made of brass, steel, stainless steel (low carbon content) or nylon. It can also be chrome plated and given a mirror finish.
Hex Coupling Nuts or long nut Hex couplers are used to connect two pieces of threaded material. Hex and heavy hex couplers are threaded right hand. If a right hand-left hand coupler is needed, consider using a sleeve nut.
Flange nut or Collar Nut A flange nut is a nut that has a wide flange at one end that acts as an integrated, non-spinning washer. This serves to distribute the pressure of the nut over the part being secured, reducing the chance of damage to the part and making it less likely to loosen as a result of an uneven fastening surface. These nuts are mostly hexagonal in shape and are made up of hardened steel and coated with zinc. The flange may be serrated to provide a locking action. The serrations are angled such that they keep the nut from rotating in the direction that would loosen the nut. Because of the serrations they cannot be used with a washer or on surfaces that cannot be scratched. The serrations help in avoiding vibration of nut and increase the holding power of nut. The flange nuts are sometimes provided with a swivel flange which helps in creating a more stable structure without affecting finished product like a serrated flange nut. Swivel flange nuts are mostly used in joining wood and plastic.  Sometimes both faces of the nut are serrated, permitting either side to lock.
An insert nut provides a threaded socket for a wooden workpiece, similar to a wall anchor. Insert nuts are inserted into a pre-drilled hole by one of two means: screw in and hammer in. In both cases, the external protrusions bite into the wood, preventing the nut from either turning or pulling out. Insert Nuts - Type D These Type D Insert Nuts provide a strong, permanent thread for wood and wood-based sheet materials. The incorporated flange alleviates splitting and prevents the Insert Nut from being driven in too far. To install, simply screw the self-tapping body into the base material. The unique external thread ensures secure fixing and offers strong resistance to pull-out due to torsion or vibration. Typical applications include audio equipment, cabinets, chairs, desks and shop equipment
A locknut, also known as a lock nut, locking nut, prevailing torque nut, stiff nut or elastic stop nut, is a nut that resists loosening under vibrations and torque. Elastic stop nuts and prevailing torque nuts are of the particular type where some portion of the nut deforms elastically to provide a locking action. The first type used fiber instead of nylon and was invented in 1931
A lug nut is a fastener, specifically a nut, used to secure a wheel on a vehicle. Typically, lug nuts are found on automobiles, trucks (lorries), and other large vehicles utilizing rubber tires.
A panel nut is very thin nut with a relatively large hole commonly used to mount threaded electrical switches. These are often used where light duty precision fasteners are needed. They have width close to the diameter of the fastener they secure. These usually have low thread count. They are of two types hexagonal panel nut and knurled round panel nut. Applications : Panel nuts are used in potentiometer control, light weight lock nut, switch hardware.
Rivet Nut-a New fastener which has change the way to assemble parts in a thin sheet. It neednt weld or thread,and will increase speed of assemble obviously. It is the best solution to engineers in the field of Automoblie industry, Electronic industry, Elevator, Domestic appliance, Airconditional, Aviation and so on. A rivet nut, also known as a blind nut or nut-sert, is a one-piece internally threaded and counterbored tubular rivet that can be anchored entirely from one side. There are two types: one is designed to form a bulge on the back side of the panel as a screw is tightened in its threads. The other is similarly drawn in using a screw, but is drawn into the sleeve instead of creating a bulge.
A speed nut, also known as a sheet metal nut, is a type of locknut with two sheet metal prongs that act as one thread. They are made from spring steel. The fastener serves the functions of both a lock washer and a nut. As the fastener is tightened in the nut the prongs are drawn inward until they exert pressure on the root of the thread on the fastener. When the fastener is tightened, the base of the nut, which is arched, elastically deforms and applies a force to the fastener, which locks it from loosening under vibrations
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 (though also greater resistance to tightening). They are also much less likely to become rounded-off after repeated loosening/tightening cycles. Square nuts are typically mated with square-headed bolts. Square nuts are used along with flat washers in order to avoid damage from its sharp edges and helps to increase the strength of the fastener.
T-nut, T nut, or tee nut (also known as a blind nut, which can however also refer to a rivet nut) is a type of nut used to fasten a wood, particle or composite materials workpiece, leaving a flush surface. It has a long, thin body and a flange at one end, resembling a T in profile. The flanges of T-nuts often have hooks or serrations on the prongs that sink into a wooden work piece, providing better retention.