Nuts have internal machine threads, for use with machine thread bolts and screws.
A standard six sided nut.
These nuts have smaller outside diameters that meet the old JIS specification. Available only in diameters where there is a difference in size.
A hex nut with a nylon ring to resist loosening.
A thinner version of a hex nut.
A nut with an attached free-spinning external tooth lock washer.
A nut that is installed by hand.
A type of nut used to create internal machine threads in wood or similar materials.
A nut with a built in washer.
A nut with a built in washer which is serrated to resist loosening.
An all metal lock nut with a built in washer often used in high temperature applications. This style of lock nut deforms the threads of the mated fastener. Can be domed or flat style.
A long nut used to connect pieces of threaded rod or other male threaded fasteners.
An all metal lock nut that is often used in high temperature applications. This style of lock nut deforms the threads of the mated fastener.
A nut with a finished top that covers the end of the bolt. Bolts must be in the proper length.
A high crown type of cap nut used for appearance. Bolts must be in the proper length.
Forged nuts with an oval link used to secure cable, wire and chain.