Hex nuts are a type of fastener commonly used in strut applications to secure hex head cap screws and other threaded fasteners. Hex nuts have six sides, which allows for easy installation and removal with a wrench or pliers.
In strut applications, hex nuts are typically used in conjunction with hex head cap screws to securely fasten strut channels to other components such as brackets or beams. The use of hex nuts in this way helps to provide a strong and reliable connection between the strut and other components.
Hex nuts come in a variety of materials including steel, stainless steel, and brass, depending on the specific application requirements. They are also available in a range of sizes to fit the diameter of the fastener and the hole in the strut channel.
|Standard Fitting Dimensions|
|Hole Diameter||9/16"||(14.3 mm)|
|Hole Spacing On Center||1-7/8"||(47.6 mm)|
|Hole Spacing From Ends||13/16"||(20.6 mm)|
|*UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED*|