Spring Nuts

Short Description:

Material: carbon steel

Grade: 4.8/8.8/10.9/12.9

Surface treatment: natural color, black oxide, electro-galvanized, hot-dip galvanized, dacromet, etc.

Standard: GB, DIN, ISO, etc.

Thread type: full thread, half thread

Product Detail

Spring nuts are one-piece, self-locking nuts that secure screws and prevent them from loosening due to vibration. Long spring channel nuts are used to secure screws in framing channels, cable management conduits, and ducting systems.


Which is better strut nut or metric nut?

A spring plus serrated grooves that grip the lip of the channel provide a more securehold than standard strut channel nuts. There’s no need for additional fasteners withthese nuts— they combine a strut channel nut with a spring and a threaded stud. These metric nuts have a barrel with multiple threads for secure thread engagement.

What are channel spring nuts?

You can pause, skip, or cancel at any time with free returns. The self-aligning 3/8 in. Channel Spring Nuts (5-Pack) are designed to provide resistance to pull-out and sideslip in excess of the full strength of the channels with which they are used.

Can you use a spring nut in a lock washer?

A spring nut provides the right amount of tension without damaging the material andisn’t loosened by vibrations. You don’t need a spring washer or lock washer when you use a spring nut,

Cage Nuts and Spring Nuts. A spring nut allows you to quickly and easily install a boltor screw in a blindside application, including panels and studs that can only beaccessed from one side. A spring nut provides the right amount of tension withoutdamaging the material and isn’t loosened by vibrations

Strut channel nuts are used to place and secure fittings, electrical panels, junction boxes, or piping clamps within channels or conduits. They consist of a nut with grooves on the side that fit over side of the channel edge and a screw hole. Tightening a screw in the nut causes teeth in the grooves to lock into the channel edge, holding the nut in place.


Insert these nuts into the long open side of strut channel and twist to secure. A built-in washer enables one-handed installation. There’s no need for additional fasteners with these nuts— they combine a strut channel nut with a spring and a threaded stud. Push these nuts into place rather than threading them onto a fastener.

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