(14) The Jack Nut Threaded Insert is an economical blind fastener designed for assembly-line use in thin, soft, or brittle materials. When tightened, the body collapses to form legs which grip the inside of the mounting surface, leaving a permanent, reusable threaded insert. Available in steel, brass, and steel with PVC or Raintite® coating.
Standard Jack Nut Threaded Inserts are manufactured of steel with commercial zinc plating. Brass is available upon special request (brass requires a 50,000 piece minimum order).
All Jack Nut threaded inserts can be supplied with coated flanges. Two types of coatings are offered. The first, called Raintite® is used for sealing ambient moisture. The second is a hard plastic coating ...
(41) The Well-Nut Threaded Insert is a flanged neoprene bushing with a brass machine nut molded into one end. Tightening a conventional machine screw thread in the brass nut causes the insert to expand, making a secure fastening. Available in a variety of rubber compounds for a full range of automotive and industrial environments.
An economical, easy-to-use tool for low-volume installation in any material. Thread pull-rod into JACK NUT, insert into hole, and squeeze handles to set. Interchangeable pull-rods available to set all sizes. Sets all except stainless.