Thin nuts

Thin nuts

What are thin nuts called?

Jam nuts, also properly referred to as thin nuts, are small and compact hex nuts with a thickness of about one-third that of a typical hex finish nut. They are frequently employed as a type of locknut, though they can also be discovered in circumstances where a typical nut will not fit. The normal nut may apply more force to the jam nut when they are secured together without perhaps injuring the material you are fastening to because of the thinner size, which also means the jam nut exerts less total force when completely torqued.

Thin Nut specifications and dimensions

Thin Nuts Specifications

Thin Nut Dimensions

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What is the thickness of M10 thin hex nuts in mm?

As they take up less room while locking a couple of nuts together, jam nuts are slimmer.

Dimensions of M10 (10mm): Thread Size. 5mm Nut Thickness (T) +0/-0.3mm Nut Thickness (T) Tolerance. 17mm Socket Size (J)

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What are thin lock nut sizes?

There are different thin lock nut sizes available, depending on the specific application. The most common sizes are #6, #8, #10 and #12. These nuts are used in a variety of applications, such as securing electrical wiring, fastening hardware and more. Choose the right size nut for your needs to ensure a secure and safe connection. The height of a jam nut is approximately half that of a regular hex nut.

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How do you measure hex thin nut thickness?

Size across flat, or the width of the nut, is equal to (1.5 D) + 3 mm. The nut’s diameter is D in millimeters. The nut’s thickness is equal to (0.8 D) to D. Countersunk screws with flat heads have a flat surface upon that top of the head. They are measured beginning at the crown and continuing all the way down to the tip. The length of hex and hex washer head screws and bolts is measured from the bottom of the head, despite the fact that the heads are flat on both the top and the bottom.

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What are the benefits of hexagon thin nuts?

In this instance, using a thin nut has the advantage of offering more axial rebound for a specific tolerance class. The use of a thin nut has this benefit among others. Rarely, are you able to notice two thin nuts or jam nuts having been utilized together and stacked one on top of the other. In any case, regardless of whether the nuts are just loosely tightened, this is a bad and undesired practice.

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Where can you use extra thin jam nuts?

When jammed against another nut to lock the two together, jam nuts can act as a lock nut assembly.

Widely used in light load applications and with threaded rod when it’s important to keep vibration from undoing a bolted joint.

There are two typical uses for hex jam nuts. The standard nut can be threaded onto a bolt and tightened against it with a jam nut to lock it in place and stop it from backing off. Jam nuts are also occasionally used for leveling.