G.L. Huyett Datasheets for Nuts

Nuts are a type of hardware fastener with a tapped inner diameter. They are used with a mating threaded bolt or rod to secure components. There are many sizes and varieties of nuts; each with a particular fastening purpose. Some nuts can be applied without tools, and others may have special designs to prevent the nut from loosening.


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Product Name Notes
Lock Nuts 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...
Coupling Nuts Coupling nuts are sometimes known as extension nuts. These fully threaded nuts are used with threaded rod in a variety of applications; from leveling, to spacing, to joining two or...
Hex Nuts Hex nuts are six-sided, hexagon shaped metal fasteners that have a threaded hole in the center used to secure a bolt or machine screw. Available in a variety of grades...
Lock Nuts Locknuts were the original and most popular form of bearing retention in the early part of the century. As wire forming technology improved, retaining rings gradually replaced locknuts because of...
Nut Connectors Styles and designs of connectors are limited to an engineer’s imagination. Generally connectors are made from steel or brass with zinc or nickel plating. Stainless steel, certain high strength or...