As a pro lock nut company in China, DT Fastener is able to offer you different types of lock nuts in line with various standards. Compared with normal hex nuts, the lock nuts for sale can play a better role in self-locking and self-tightening. There are mainly four ways for nylon locking nuts to prevent loosening: structural locking, riveting and punching locking, mechanical locking, and friction locking. The locknut types are generally used in core parts with high requirements for tightening, such as locking bearings, punching machines, etc.
The anti-loosening effect of the lock nuts for sale mainly depends on the interaction force between the nut and the bolt engaging thread. There are many ways to improve the interaction force between the meshing threads, such as the structural improvement of the nut thread.
Through the design and improvement of the threaded structure, DT's lock nuts for sale do not rely on other external factors to obtain a self-locking function. Their applicability is wider than the normal fastener for sale, and the environmental requirements are relatively low. There are many different kinds of lock nuts, such as nylon nut and flanged nut. In short, this kind of lock nuts plays a role in preventing loosening. Twist the China lock nut onto the screw, screw, bolt, etc., so that it will not come loose. So that they can be actively connected together, so that it is firm, and the stability can reach a high degree.
Locknut is a kind of nut widely used in machinery and other industries. Its working principle is self-locking by the friction between the nut and the bolt. However, the reliability of this self-locking is reduced under dynamic loads. On some important occasions, we will take some anti-loosening measures to ensure the reliability of the nut locking.
Self-locking nuts generally rely on friction, and the principle is to press them into the preset holes of the sheet metal through the embossed teeth. The nut is connected with the locking mechanism. When the nut lock is tightened, the locking mechanism locks the ruler body, and the ruler frame cannot move freely to achieve the purpose of locking.