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Nuts - Bulk Ordering and Packaging

Nuts are fasteners with an internal thread which are used with bolts, machine screws or any product having male machine screw threads. While nuts are typically square or hexagonal shaped, they also come in other configurations.

Uneeda warehouses a full line of nuts including many types of lock nuts. All nuts come in a variety of patterns, materials and finishes. Our inventory includes:



CLOSED END CAP NUT BRASS NICKEL:
Hex nuts with a dome top resembling a crown or acorn nut. Used alone or as a cap for a hex or jam nut. Serve as a decorative purpose by concealing the threaded end of a fastener or acting as a cover for protruding threads.
 

OPEN END CAP STEEL NICKEL:
An internally threaded fastener featuring a wide-diameter, integral washer base and a low-crown cap with the top of its dome removed. Can be used with bolts of any length.
 

COUPLING NUT STEEL ZINC:
Joins two external machine thread fasteners.


FINISHED HEX NUT STEEL ZINC:
Most common type of nut. Finished refers to the dimensional standard. Width across the flats of the hex is approximately 1-1/2 times the diameter. Thickness is approximately 90% of diameter.
 

FORGED WING NUT STEEL ZINC:
Characterized by "wing" shaped protrusions, they allow someone to turn and tighten fasteners by hand. Folded from forged (solid) or stamped sheet metal.
 

STAMPED WING NUT STEEL ZINC:
Folded from sheet metal, wing nuts have protruding "wings" to make hand tightening and loosening easier. May be used with or without a washer. Popular for applications where convenience is vital, such as on boats and bicycles.


HEAVY HEX NUT STEEL ZINC:
Used in high temperature and high pressure applications, particularly those involving flanged joints. Typically, the width across the flats is 1/8 of an inch larger than common hex nuts. Thickness of heavy hex nuts is equal to the nominal diameter, about 10% thicker than a regular hex nut.
 

MACHINE SCREW HEX NUT STEEL ZINC:
Used for fastening to a bolt when mechanically joining materials together. Refers to nuts used with smaller machine screw sizes under 1/4. Steel is zinc plated for moderate protection against rust.
 

HEX FLANGE NUT WITH SERRATION STEEL ZINC:
A nut with a built in stationary serrated washer to resist vibration. Steel is zinc plated for moderate protection against rust.


HEX JAM NUT STEEL ZINC:
Characterized by reduced thickness, they are used where a large bearing surface is required and minimal clearance or thread engagement is available.
 

K-LOCK STEEL ZINC:
A nut with an attached free-spinning external tooth lock washer. Steel is zinc plated for moderate protection against rust.
 

KNURLED THUMB BRASS NICKEL:
A knurled surface on the head gives a better gripping surface, making it easier to tighten or loosen fasteners manually. Suitable where corrosion resistance and aesthetics are primary considerations.


NUTSERTS:
Used to provide precision, high strength threads within components of limited thickness in metals, plastics, and other materials. Offer reliable, stress resistant, fast installation in thin walled parts and hollow profiles. Permit blind riveting, combinations of riveting and screwing together of different parts and water-tight sealed screw connections.
 

WELL NUT BRASS INSERT:
A flanged rubber bushing with a brass machine nut molded into one end. A conventional machine screw is threaded through the head of the Well Nut into the brass nut and tightened. Removable, muffles noise, helps prevent galvanic corrosion, and helps seal out ambient moisture and vibration.
 

NYLON INSERT LOCK NUT STEEL ZINC:
Used for fastening to a bolt when mechanically joining materials together in low temperature applications. The bolt threads into the nylon material located at the top of the nut in order to prevent loosening from vibration. Typically have a cased metal outside formed into a hex pattern easily torque by a wrench or socket.


PRONGED TEE NUT STEEL PLAIN:
An internally threaded barrel-shaped fastener integrally formed with a flat base. Comes with or without prong type projections and propellers extending perpendicular from the base aside the barrel. Varying barrel lengths are available. Used for fastening metal to products made of hard or soft wood.
 

PROPELLER TEE NUT STEEL ZINC:
An internally threaded barrel-shaped fastener integrally formed with a flat base. Comes with or without prong type projections and propellers extending perpendicular from the base aside the barrel. Varying barrel lengths are available. Used for fastening metal to products made of hard or soft wood.
 

REGULAR SCREW SQUARE NUT STEEL ZINC:
Directional, where the flat side faces towards the surface being fastened. Typically used in conjunction with square bolts or with pole line hardware. Since hot-dip galvanizing typically adds 2.2 to 5 mils of thickness to the threaded portion of a fastener, galvanized hex square nuts are tapped oversize to compensate for the corrosion resistant coating on the bolts.


SQUARE MS STEEL ZINC:
Machine screw square nuts under ¼” diameter.
 

REVERSIBLE LOCK NUT STEEL ZINC:
Can be installed either way, reducing automated assembly costs (their tops and bottoms are the same). They do not have the temperature and chemical limitations of non-metallic insert type lock nuts because they are all-metal. Used in commercial and industrial appliances, the automotive and truck industries, and in garden and medical equipment, just to name a few.
 

WASHER BASE WING NUT ZINC ALLOY PLAIN:
A zinc alloy nut featuring a wide-diameter, integral washer base with a recessed wing design. Suitable for most wing nut applications, specifically in those where a separate flat washer would be used. Integral washer design eliminates need for other washers and speeds assembly time. Used with adjustment slots, oversized or offset holes, and soft surfaces such as wood or plastic. Popular in displays, furniture and storm windows.


TOGGLE WING STEEL ZINC:
Suitable where strength and corrosion resistance are primary considerations. Round head style for a finished appearance. Accommodates both Phillips and slotted drivers.
 

TYPE S2 WELDING NUT STEEL PLAIN:
Flat slab weld nut with a hole in the center (S = smooth).
 

TYPE P1 WELDING NUT STEEL PLAIN:
Flat slab weld nut with a hole off to one side (P = projection).


TYPE P2 WELDING NUT STEEL PLAIN:
Flat slab weld nut with a hole in the center (P = projection).
 

KNURLED THUMB NUT BRASS PLAIN:
A knurled nut, or thumb nut, is a nut with a knurled outside surface, rather than hex. This facilitates tightening by hand.
 

JACK NUTS:
Designed for assembly-line use in thin, soft, or brittle materials. When tightened, the body collapses to form four legs which grip the inside of the mounting surface, leaving a permanent, reusable threaded insert.