M20 x 1.50mm Coneloc Self-Locking Hex Nut, Metric Fine, Grade 10 Steel, Zinc Plate
|Fastener Type||Self-Locking Hex Nut, Metric Thread Fine Pitch|
|Property Class (Grade)||10|
|Fastener Finish||Zinc Plate|
|Nut Thread Size||M20|
|Nut Thread Pitch||1.50mm|
The Coneloc Self-Locking Hex Nut is an all metal prevailing torque type self-locking nut.
The locking action of the Coneloc Nut is achieved by localised precision deformation of the thread in the cone section on the top of the nut. When the nut is tightened onto the bolt, the thread is gripped on the flanks providing the locking action.
The all metal Coneloc Nut means that the nut can be used at elevated temperatures (up to 300 degrees), and is not affected by oil.
The property class of the Coneloc Nut is 10, so it is suitable for use with high tensile bolts of property class 10.9 and below (bolts include: 10.9, 8.8, 6.8, 5.8, 5.6, 4.8, 4.6, 3.6).
The finish on the Coneloc Nut is Electro Bright Zinc Plate (ZP), unless otherwise specified.
The Coneloc Nut meets the requirements of the BS EN ISO 2320-2008 standard (prevailing torque type steel hex nuts, mechanical and performance requirements).
The Conloc Nut can be re-used and still maintain a locking action of the nut. To achieve the full locking action of the nut, it is recommended that at least two bolt threads should protrude through the top of the nut.
"Coneloc" is a Trademark owned by Nuts Bolts Ltd.
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