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Other names of lock nut: root nut, locknut, nut. Purpose: To lock the outer joint of the through wire or other pipe fittings. The working principle of the nut is to use the friction between the nut and the bolt for self-locking. However, the reliability of this self-locking is reduced under dynamic loads. In some important occasions, we will take some anti-loosening measures to ensure the reliability of the nut locking. Among them, the use of lock nuts is one of the anti-loosening measures. There are also three types of lock nuts: The first is to use two identical nuts to screw on the same bolt, and add a tightening torque between the two nuts to make the bolt connection reliable. The second is a special anti-loosening nut, which needs to be used together with a kind of anti-loosening washer. The special lock nut is not a hexagonal nut, but a medium round nut. There are 3, 4, 6 or 8 notches on the circumference of the nut (depending on the size of the nut and the product series of the manufacturer). Several notches are both the focal point of the tightening tool and the snap-in of the lock washer bayonet. The third type is to drill through threaded holes from the outer surface of the nut to the inner thread surface (usually 2, which are distributed at 90 on the outer surface), which are used to screw in small-diameter countersunk head screws. The purpose is to give the thread Apply a centripetal force to prevent the locknut from loosening. The better quality lock nut sold on the market is inlaid with a small copper block that is consistent with the thread of the lock nut on the inner surface of the nut to prevent the radial jacking screw from directly contacting the locked thread and damaging the latter. . This kind of lock nut is gradually applied in the shaft end locking of rotating motion parts, such as the anti-looseness of the bearing at the mounting end of the ball screw. The second anti-loosening method is more reliable than the first, but the structure is relatively complex. Compared with the first two, the third clock has the characteristics of better anti-loosening effect, simpler and more beautiful structure and smaller axial size.

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Hydraulic wrench or pulling method Use hydraulic torque wrench or puller to fasten large screws, which saves effort and has high precision. However, hydraulic tools are expensive, screws of different sizes need to be equipped with different wrenches, and now the hydraulic pullers in the world are generally only M160×6. If the screws are too large, special specifications or very few in number, it is extremely uneconomical to equip them with hydraulic tightening tools.

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As a standard part, it should have its own general specifications. For hexagonal nuts, the commonly used standards are: GB52, GB6170, GB6172 and DIN934. The main differences between them are: GB6170 is thicker than GB52, GB6172 and DIN934. Thick from DIN934, commonly known as thick nut. The other is the difference between the opposite sides, the opposite sides of DIN934, GB6170 and GB6172 in the M8 nut series are 13MM smaller than the opposite side 14MM of GB52, and the opposite sides of M10 nuts, DIN934 and GB52 are 17MM. The opposite side of GB6170 and GB6172 should be 1MM larger, M12 nut, DIN934, GB52's opposite side is 19MM larger than GB6170 and GB6172's opposite side 18MM is 1MM larger. For M14 nuts, the opposite side of DIN934 and GB52 is 22MM, which is 1MM larger than the opposite side of GB6170 and GB6172, which is 21MM. The other is the M22 nut. The opposite side of DIN934 and GB52 is 32MM, which is 2MM smaller than the opposite side of GB6170 and GB6172, which is 34MM. (Besides the thickness of GB6170 and GB6172 are the same, the width of the opposite side is exactly the same) The rest of the specifications can be used in general without considering the thickness.

Slotted screw GB65

Self-tapping screws were introduced into the industry in large numbers in 1914. The earliest design (essentially imitating a wood screw) was a thread-forming screw made of hardened steel with an A-ended end, mainly used to connect sheet metal channels for heating and ventilation systems. Therefore, it is also called: sheet metal screw. By the end of the 1920s, with the widening of the market and new applications, emphasizing new designs, its application performance was widely improved. The following introduces the four different stages of the development of self-tapping screws in 40 years: thread forming self-tapping screws, thread cutting self-tapping screws, thread rolling self-tapping screws and self-drilling self-tapping screws. 1. Ordinary self-tapping screws (thread forming self-tapping screws) Ordinary self-tapping screws are a direct product of early sheet metal screws. The principle is: when screwing it into a prefabricated hole, the internal thread connected to the screw is formed by the displacement of the material around the hole and the material is pushed into the space between the threads. 2. Self-cutting self-tapping screws (thread cutting self-tapping screws) Because ordinary self-tapping screws are formed only in very thin threads. And it can be easily realized on materials with good toughness. Develop and expand the use of self-tapping screws to thicker sections and harder, brittle and other materials with poor deformability. In this way, the self-cutting self-tapping screw is developed: a cutting groove or cutting edge is machined at the end of the screw shank. When this kind of screw is screwed into the prefabricated hole, the screw acts as a tap and actually cuts out the thread that connects with itself. 3. Self-Extrusion Self-Tapping Screws (Thread Rolled Self-Tapping Screws) In the early 1950s, fastener engineers began to recognize the potential advantages of self-tapping screws as structural rather than just lightly loaded attachments. This has led to the development of a new self-tapping screw thread rolling self-tapping screw (self-extrusion self-tapping screw). According to the design principle of cold forging taps, the thread and end are specially designed for this kind of screw, so that the screw can be formed by applying intermittent and periodic pressure on the crest of its thread instead of on the side of the entire thread. Internal thread for connection. By concentrating and limiting the forming pressure, the pressurized material next to the hole is made to flow more easily and to better fill (squeeze) into the flanks and roots of the thread of the self-tapping screw. Since the frictional resistance of screwing in is much lower than that of ordinary self-tapping screws, threaded rolling self-tapping screws (self-extrusion self-tapping screws) can be screwed into thicker sections. At the same time, it has better screw control and tightening torque, and greatly improves the connection strength and overall firmness. The engineering standard of this kind of self-tapping screw stipulates that the selection of materials, the mechanical properties of heat treatment and the working performance should be strictly controlled. 4. Self-drilling and self-tapping screws (self-drilling screws) People have done statistics: Among the ten expenses that constitute the total assembly cost, the highest one includes the processing of holes. In practical applications of self-tapping screws, prefabricated holes need to be processed. Moreover, in order to make the prefabricated holes have good effect in practical application, the size of these holes must be controlled within a fairly strict range. In the early 1960s, self-drilling and self-tapping screws appeared. A major step forward in reducing assembly costs by eliminating the need to machine prefabricated holes. In general, self-drilling and self-tapping screws realize drilling, tapping and tightening in one operation. These are the four main stages of self-tapping screw design and development. In addition, two newly developed products are also worthy of introduction. Both are screws with a special thread type. One is designed for plastic and other low-strength materials; the other is used in the construction industry to connect cement wall panels, so it is also called wall panel self-tapping screws.


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