Since we can often see rivet nuts, we should not be too unfamiliar with rivet nuts. Today we will introduce carbon steel rivet nut .
Carbon steel rivet nut is a kind of fastener product applied to “sheet metal or chassis cabinets”. It has a round shape. One end of the nut has embossed teeth and guide grooves. S series rivet nuts are made of free-cutting iron, which is treated after heat treatment. CLS series rivet nuts are made of easy-to-use, free-cutting stainless steel with no surface treatment. The hardness of the mild steel plate must be less than 70RB, and the hardness of the stainless steel plate must be less than 80RB. It is suitable for plates of various thicknesses with a minimum thickness of 0.8mm. The tail number Z corresponding to A size must be determined according to the thickness of the plate and the nut specification when using. The user selects and orders according to the thickness of the plate according to the tail number in the table. According to the aperture size, it must be accurately controlled and processed according to the tolerance size of 0-+0.075mm, preferably punching, and the nut should generally be installed from the “disconnected” surface of the plate.
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