Bite design of 2H heavy hex nut

  • 2h heavy hex nuts are parts that tightly connect mechanical equipment. Through the inner thread, nuts and bolts of the same specification can be connected together. For example, M4-P0.7 nuts can only be connected with M4-P0.7 series bolts. (In the nut, M4 means that the inner diameter of the nut is about 4mm, and 0.7 means that the distance between the two threads is 0.7mm); the same is true for American products, for example, 1/4-20 nuts can only be used with 1/4-20 nuts. Screw collocation (1/4 means that the inner diameter of the nut is about 0.25 inches, 20 means that there are 20 teeth in each inch).

    The DISC-LOCK lock nut is composed of two parts, each part has a staggered cam, because the internal wedge design slope angle is greater than the bolt nut angle, this combination will be tightly bitten into a whole, when vibration occurs The convex parts of the DISC-LOCK anti-loosening nut are staggered to each other to generate lifting tension, so as to achieve a perfect anti-loosening effect.

    There are two ways to form the outer grain knurling of 2h heavy hex nuts. One is to use copper raw material to draw the pattern and then produce it on the upper equipment. Generally, the drawing pattern of this method is straight, and the other is to use The round copper material is directly embossed while tapping the teeth during the production process. This processing method can produce some non-standard size knurled copper nuts. The embossed shape of the embedded copper nut can be selected by the user, such as mesh, Various rolling patterns such as eight-character embossing and herringbone embossing.