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Stainless Steel Half Hex Rivet Nuts are a versatile fastener for a range of applications. They are manufactured from steel and feature zinc plating, ensuring a reliable performance in a variety of environments.
These Stainless Steel Rivet Nuts are a great way to connect soft or brittle surfaces such as metal sheets, tubing and extrusions with bolts. They also work well in connecting aluminum panels and plastic materials.
Stainless Steel Rivet Nuts
Stainless steel half hexagon rivet nuts are an excellent solution for fastening soft or brittle material surfaces. They provide a threaded insert on one side of sheet metal, tubing and extrusions that are too brittle to support a tapped hole.
These Stainless Steel Half Hex Rivet Nuts are manufactured from A2 grade stainless steel which offers excellent corrosion resistance, cleanability and high-temperature serviceability. They are compatible with a wide range of materials including aluminum, brass and copper.
They also come in a variety of dimensions to meet your specific application needs. Contact Jay-Cee Sales & Rivet to order stainless steel rivet nuts for your next project.
Metric Hex Nuts are one of the most popular types of fasteners used in assembly projects. They can be used in combination with screws, bolts and other male threaded fasteners to securely join multiple components together.
Stainless Steel Threaded Rivet Nuts
Stainless Steel Half Hex Rivet Nuts are an inexpensive, reliable and durable fastener. They are available in a range of sizes and can be used for a variety of applications. They feature zinc plating and are designed to be compatible with a wide range of screw threads.
They can be tightened or loosened easily with a spanner and are suitable for use in areas where space is restricted. They are available in both left hand and right hand threads, and in a range of alloys including steel and brass.
These nuts are a popular choice of fastener as they are able to secure a variety of different screws and bolts in a wide range of applications. They are made from steel and are zinc plated for added durability and reliability.
They are available in a number of material types, including 304 and 316 stainless steel. The 304 material is an austenitic, nickel-chromium alloy that provides corrosion resistance in a range of applications, while the 316 grade incorporates 2 to 3 percent molybdenum. This addition increases corrosion resistance to chlorides and other industrial solvents.
Stainless Steel Blind Rivet Nuts
Stainless Steel Half Hex Rivet Nuts are a type of fastener that is used to secure a variety of screws and bolts. They are made from steel and feature zinc plating for improved corrosion resistance. They are ideal for a wide range of applications and come in various sizes.
Unlike threaded rivets, rivet nuts do not require a final finish. They can be installed from the front side of a workpiece in a matter of seconds, making them ideal for a wide variety of applications.
These rivet nuts are available in both standard flat head and a smaller-diameter reduced flat head. The reduced flat head is designed to be inserted into thinner material and will collapse to grip it securely.
They are available in a range of sizes and can be manufactured to customer specifications. They are ideal for a variety of applications and come in a range of finishes including Zinc, Galvanised, Electroless Nickel, Sherardized, Dacromet and Geomet.
Stainless Steel Flat Head Rivet Nuts
A stainless steel flat head rivet nut is an internally threaded fastener that can be used to connect tubular material products. These nuts are a great option for applications where there is a need to make strong connections that will not break under high stress.
These nuts are designed to work by placing the nut into a pre-drilled hole and then using a rivet tool to retract the unthreaded part of the nut. Once the nut has been fully retracted, the threaded portion of the nut becomes fixed within the pre-drilled hole and can be tightened with a screw or bolt.
Rivet nuts can be used in a variety of materials, including sheet metal, tubing, and extrusions. They are typically used in applications where a tapped hole is not able to be used, or the surface of the material is too brittle for a bolt to drive into it.