CAP NUTS ARE USED TO TIGHTEN SCREWS WHILE PROTECTING THEM
Cap nuts have the distinction of being provided with a closed side, responsible for housing the body of the screw to be tightened. Würth has developed its own range of blind nuts for professionals, a range that we will quickly introduce to you here.
A NUT THAT HIDES THE END OF THE SCREW, FOR MORE SEALING AND SECURITY
With a tapped hole on one side and a domed head on the other, the cap nut can securely tighten a screw while masking and protecting its threaded rod. It can also be found under the name "non-opening nut". It is used in particular:
• to protect the end of the screw
• to guarantee a better seal for the entire fastening
• to protect the surrounding persons from possible injuries in contact with the screw.
THE DOMED HEAD OF CAP NUTS ALSO MAKES THEM MORE AESTHETIC
We also tend to prefer cap nuts to conventional nuts for aesthetic reasons. By masking the end of the screws, the cap nuts provide a more succinct and professional finish. They are thus regularly used to:
• assemble railings
• fix vehicle components
• hold poles, etc.
OUR MODELS OF BLIND NUTS: DIAMETER, HEIGHT, THREAD, STAINLESS STEEL OR BRASS ...
Würth’s cap nuts, in a high profile design, are expertly crafted and particularly resistant. They are also available in a wide range of sizes and materials. Professionals, be sure to select the model that best suits your needs, by choosing:
• a greater or lesser diameter and nut height
• a screw thread corresponding to the screw format you want to use
• a composition in stainless steel (very resistant to corrosion), galvanized steel or raw brass, etc.