Products/Services for Precision Lock Nut Manufacturer

  • Nuts-Image
    Nuts - (1343 companies)
    ...for dynamic loads and vibration. Plastic inserts, misshapen threads, pins, or lockwire can all be used to lock a nut in place; nuts utilizing one of these methods are known as locknuts. In some instances, nuts of the same type--exerting different... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Precision Locknuts - (89 companies)
    ...with counterclockwise turns. Typically, setscrews on the face or periphery of the locknut are used to lock the female threads of the locknut to the male threads of the shaft. Most precision locknuts have a locking method that secures the locknut... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Locks and Locking Systems - (533 companies)
    ...activated lighting devices. A related product in the Locks and locking systems segment is a taper lock. A taper lock is used in the fabrication of pulleys, plate sprockets, fans, etc. A taper lock bushing is internal sleeve compression fittings... Learn More
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    Locknuts - (144 companies)
    ...elliptical-offset, top-lock, oval, and non-slotted hex. Flex-top locknuts or split-beam locknuts are made from a single piece of material and have a slotted top that expands as the nuts are tightened. This locks them into place and provides vibration resistance... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Washers - (1211 companies)
    Washers are disks of metal or non-metallic material placed beneath a nut, an axle bearing, or a joint, to relieve friction, prevent leakage, isolate, prevent loosening, or distribute pressure. Description. Washers are disks of metal or non-metallic... Search by Specification | Learn More
  • Eye Nuts - (74 companies)
    ...is suitable for specialized applications. In terms of finish, eye nuts are often anodized, galvanized, or plated with gold, silver, tin, or zinc. Black oxide is an eye nut coating that causes virtually no dimensional change. Phosphate coatings provide... Search by Specification | Learn More
  • Floor Locks - (28 companies)
    ...uniform locking and unlocking, allowing the device to function properly even when springs and pads begin to wear. Low-profile floor locks are foot-operated devices with an adjustable pad. Low-profile floor locks may provide excellent precision... Learn More
  • Screws - (1344 companies)
    ...to assemble or position two workpieces in relation to each other. Screws come in many varieties. The external threads on the screw can either mate with an internally threaded nut or hole, or cut its way into a soft material. Screws are inserted via torque... Search by Specification | Learn More
  • Nut Runners and Nut Drivers - (89 companies)
    Nut runners and nut drivers are tools used for tightening nuts. By definition, nut drivers are purely mechanical hand tools, while nut runners are pneumatic, electric, or hydraulic power tools. Description. Nut runners and nut drivers are tools used... Search by Specification | Learn More
  • Magnetic Locks - (20 companies)
    ...position, allowing the door or gate to be opened. These devices are used in commercial applications as well as industry. Magnetic locks are almost always electromagnetic and are used to lock doors typically for lower security due to the fact... Learn More
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A three turn helical coil is used to heat the locknut to 2150ºF for 5 seconds. Induction heating provides repeatable, rapid and accurate heating cycles making it ideal for in-line production processes... Microsoft Word - annealing_8.doc AMERITHERM INC. Precision Induction Heating. AN AMBRELL...

A three turn helical coil is used to heat the locknut to 2150ºF for 5 seconds. Induction heating provides repeatable, rapid and accurate heating cycles making it ideal for in-line production processes... Microsoft Word - annealing_8.doc AMERITHERM INC. Precision Induction Heating. AN AMBRELL...

...consists of a scale screw and nut that are precision ground and mated permanently together, so they must be changed together as a single component rather than separately. The fine surface finish of the ground threads minimizes wear and ensures the components move smoothly and accurately against each...

...the necessary precision with centerless grinding and lapping techniques. It has the advantage that it can be reversed and used at the opposite end when one end becomes worn and goes out of tolerance. The gaging members are simple pins that can be removed from the handle by loosening the collet nuts...

The taperlock gage is so-called because of the tapered shank, which locks into the tapered hole in the end of the handle. It is the time honored standard of the American Gage Design Committee, for gages up to 1 ½ inches in diameter. There is an advantage in the fact that these gages have the size...

...can readily operate from DC to 18 GHz, with precision versions available for DC to 26.5 GHz. Connector pairs mate by means of different coupling techniques, including twist or bayonet locks, snap-on fixtures, and threaded connections. As the table shows, most connectors employ threaded coupling...

...be held to the chassis using a lock washer and a #8 nut tightened to approximately 8 ftolbs of torque. The nuts should be alternately tightened in an X-pattern to prevent possible harmful mechanical stress to the HVPS case. In tight mounting locations where you would like to chassis-mount a -E UltraVolt...

...tool. So that means the interface, where the cutter is held by the toolholder, no matter what type, becomes one of the weaker points of the system,” said Alan T. Miller, engineering manager, product manager-BIG for BIG Kaiser Precision Tooling Inc., Hoffman Estates, Ill. Courtesy of BIG Kaiser. BIG...

Equipment from Shock, Vibration, and Warranty Issues. In a proactive design change to increase reliability in the field, the medical/aesthetic laser. technology firm Lumenis recently sought to safeguard its precision critical laser alignments. These could potentially become misaligned during rough shipping...

...tightening the locking nuts,. turn the adjusting nut very slightly in the. opposite direction to release the torque. on the lead screw. This may seem insig-. nificant, but any amount of tension will. relax itself over time. Then lock it down,. master the gage and check for repeatabil-. ity several times...

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