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The Fastener Specialist - Asia Bolts & Nuts Manufacturer of bolts and nuts, fasteners for export

Glossary of terminology on topics related to nuts and bolts, threaded fasteners and tightening techniques.

A torque prevailing nut of all metal construction. The nut is slotted in two places which, after the nut has been tapped, are bent slightly inwards and downwards.

When the nut is screwed onto the bolt thread the two slotted parts are forced back to their original position.

Their stiffness causes the nut threads to bind onto the bolt threads and thus provides a prevailing torque.

Aerotight is a registered trade mark of The Premier Screw and Repitition Co. Ltd of Woodgate, Leicester, United Kingdom, LE3 5GJ. 

A nut (so-called because of its shape) that has a domed top so that it prevents contact with the external thread.



A structural bolt is a heavy hexagon head bolt having a controlled thread length intended for use in structural connections and assembly of such structures as buildings and bridges.

 The controlled thread length is to enable the thread to stop before the joint ply interface to improve the fastener's direct shear performance. This term is used in civil and structural engineering but is not frequently used in mechanical engineering.

A fastener which is threaded at both ends with an unthreaded shank in between. One end (which often has a thread tolerance which results in more thread interference) is secured into a tapped hole, the other is used with a nut.