Hexagonal Nuts – A Essentical Tool For DIY
- A Hexagon Nut is designed to be installed to the end of a Hexagon Bolt or other Precision Screw, and generally holds a fastener in place when used alongside an unthreaded hole.
- 18-8 stainless steel washers have good chemical resistance and may be mildly magnetic.
- Specialist features include flanges, domes, and nylon locking inserts.
- Hexagon Nuts are intended to be used in conjunction with screws and bolts to provide secure fastenings into unthreaded holes.designed for the basic fastening requirements which are often suitable for most applications.
High quality 304 stainless steel
Made of 100% 18-8 (304) Stainless Steel,it is superior to regular steel and provides excellent rust resistance. Bolt dropper hex nuts are great to use in wet environments.
Standard six angle, smooth surface durable and never rust. Clean and deep screw thread, easy to install.
Great replacement for industrial and construction fasteners,also can be a important accessories in your daily life. Hex nuts are strong, corrosion resistant and will support all of your projects.
Our basement tends to be damp so I didn’t want any risk of rusting. Threaded smoothly onto the bolt and was able to get it tightened down with a ratchet/socket set without any slipping. Use with a screw or hex bolt to create a strong connection. Came in a plastic case for easy storage.Hopw you found this review helpful!
V. O. Ritter –
they are the size that they said that they would be. They are the thread that they said that they would be. They are made of the material that they said that they would be. They came in a nice little storage case that makes them easy to carry in my shirt pocket. Impressed and pleased.
Nuts are nuts… well, the quality varies and I give these five stars because they seem to be of very good quality. They feel solid, the finish is nice and the threads are done properly. They just work, and based on how solid they feel, they should last for a very long time.
? Creative Coffee ? –
Well made stainless hex nuts. I tried them with a 3/8″ bolt and they worked. The seem well made and time will tell if they are true stainless or just zinc coated. Come in a nice plastic box to keep them all together in one place. I put a couple on a steel shooting target that gets left out in the weather. We shall see how these do, but so far so good.
Matt from California –
These are great if you need some hardware but can’t / won’t make it to your local hardware store faster than Prime shipping.It’s a pack of 20, which is nice, and in addition to working with the bolts I intended, it turns out 3/8″ is also about the same size as traditional birthday/Chanukah candles. So my kids were able to take 8 leftover ones and glue them onto a surface to make candle holders!
These 3/8 stainless nuts do what they are supposed to do.
ChiefB & SweetieBoo –
Strong hex nut and well made!
Steve and Amy –
Every DIY-er should have an assortment of basic hardware at their disposal for those impromptu fixes and projects! These are great. They’re threaded well, and heavy enough to get the job done on light-duty projects. I really like how well these worked for a couple of small woodworking projects we’re getting together for our patio. Easy to use and the hex is great- not at all rounded. Good nuts to have around. 😉
They are screws and they screw.
salt of the earth –
I¡®ve been stocking our son¡®s workshop with the excess I¡®ve amassed over the decades. In doing so, I¡®ve ended up with a list of things I needed more of myself before I can begin sharing them.Various sizes of nuts and bolts are on that list including these. They will work just fine for my use. No burrs.