Coupling Nut Hex Nut is a type of threaded fastener designed to join two threaded rods or bolts together. It is often used in situations where a longer fastener is needed than what is readily available, or when two threaded rods need to be joined to make a longer one.
Coupling nuts typically have a hexagonal shape, allowing them to be easily tightened or loosened with a wrench or pliers. They are available in a variety of materials including steel, stainless steel, brass, and aluminum, and can be coated with a variety of finishes for added corrosion resistance or aesthetic appeal.
Coupling nuts come in a range of sizes and thread pitches, so it is important to choose the correct size and pitch for the threaded rods or bolts that you are joining. When installed properly, a coupling nut can provide a strong and reliable connection between two threaded components.
201,304,316,316L,316TI,321,B8,B8M,2205,2520,660 and etc.
A fastener coupling nut is typically used to join two threaded rods or bolts together. These nuts are often used in applications where a longer bolt or rod is needed, but a single, long piece is not available.
Coupling nuts can also be used to extend the length of an existing bolt or rod, or to connect two threaded components that are different sizes or have different thread types. In addition, they can be used in applications where disassembly may be required, such as in a temporary structure or for maintenance purposes.
Overall, the primary function of a coupling nut is to provide a means of joining two threaded components together securely and reliably.
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