Our knurled M3 hexagon press nuts are made of carbon steel and use knurling technology, so it can increase the contact area and load capacity of the nut and are widely used in various industries such as machinery, automobiles, aerospace, construction, and electronics.
Knurled press nuts have the following advantages over other nuts:
Improved Load Capacity: The knurled press nut uses knurling technology, so it can increase the contact area and load capacity of the nut.
Strong loosening resistance: The surface design of the knurled press nut is not only tighter with the thread, but also has a certain degree of adhesion, making it more resistant to loosening.
Reliable fastening effect: The shape of the knurled press nut has been carefully designed and processed by special technology, with beautiful appearance, low friction coefficient, long service life, uniform tightening force and reliable fastening effect.
Simple and convenient operation: The knurled press nut requires no additional tools or equipment when used, and the installation is simple and convenient, saving time and cost.
These advantages make knurled press nuts widely used in many fields, such as automobiles, machinery manufacturing, buildings and electronics, etc.
Thread Size: M3 x 0.5
Thread Code: M3
A (Shank) Max.: 1.7mm
Min. Sheet Thickness: 1.7mm
Hole Size in Sheet + 0.08: 4.7mm
C ± 0.08: 4.8mm
E ± 0.13: 5.5mm
T ± 0.13: 1.3mm
Min. Dist. Hole C/L to Edge: 4.60mm
For Use in Sheet Hardness: HRB 70 / HB 125 or LessPC Board
Thread Specification: Internal, ASME B1.13M, 6H
Fastener Material: Carbon Steel
Knurled press nuts are widely used in various industries such as machinery, automobiles, aerospace, construction, and electronics. Some specific applications include:
Mechanical Engineering: For fastening electrical, instrument and control panels, airframes, power transmissions, etc.
Automotive industry: used to fasten engine components, chassis and wheels and other key parts.
Aerospace: Used to fasten various parts of the aircraft, such as instrument panels, wings, engines, etc.
Construction industry: used for fastening structural materials, steel products, construction equipment, piping systems and other components.
Electronic field: used for fastening components such as large electrical appliances, panels, motherboards and circuit boards.
In conclusion, the knurled press nut is a universally recognized fastener because of its high load capacity, high temperature resistance, and loosening resistance.