We supply aerotight nuts in the following materials,
|Steel Grades||mild steel|
|Stainless Steels||303||A4 - 316|
Dimensions for aerotight nuts
|OEM||Heavy Earth Moving Machines|
|Food Processing||Kitchen Appliances|
|Water Processing||Pumps etc.|
|Automotive||High Performance Engines|
|Agriculture||Milking equipment and Machinery|
|Civil Engineering||Road Working Equipment, Construction etc.|
|Light/Heavy Engineering||Conveyors, Actuators, Lifts, Railways etc.|
Aerotight is an all metal stiff nut - No vulnerable inserts to be affected by heat or oil.
Aerotight can be re-used many times - Self locking function will still remain effective having been used a number of times.
Aerotight will stay in position whether tightened down or not, provided the locking element is engaged - Does not have to achieve recommended torque to be effective.
Steel and Austenitic Stainless Steel Aerotight can be used up to a temperature of 300oC.
Aerotight can be supplied in all plated finishes if required.
Customised specials - Thin Aerotight or other specified thicknesses may be supplied in suitable volumes or could encompass different specifications of material. Larger diameters are available on request.
No additional parts are required for Aerotight to function, and therefore no special tools are needed for the application.
Material Specifications Available
Stainless Steel 303 and 316 (A4)
Stainless Steel A4-80
Mild Steel 230 M07 Non-Leaded BS970
Zinc & Clear Trivalent or Zinc & Yellow Passivate
Brass BS 2874 CZ121
316 (A4) Stainless Steel
316 (A4) Stainless Steel has been developed for use in highly corrosive environments.
316 (A4) Stainless Steel Aerotight can be safely used for outdoor applications in coastal and industrial areas where atmospheric corrosion is severe.
316 (A4) Stainless Steel Aerotight is suitable for use in the chemical, photographic, food and horticultural industries.
When assembled on the screw, two full threads should protrude through the Aerotight nut.
Aerotight nuts should not be used on damaged or interrupted threads.