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Cylindrical Bronze Nuts

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Cylindrical Bronze Nuts are used with our lead screws to convert rotary motion into linear motion. The nut is threaded onto the screw and moves along the length of the screw as it rotates, providing smooth and precise linear motion.

Ideal for manual or motorised applications at low to medium rotation. It has internal threads that match the screw, which ensures exceptional durability and wear resistance due to the material. Made of Bronze which has better corrosion resistance than steel but is less strong or heat resistant.

It is used in the automotive, aerospace or construction industries to secure lead screws in place. Available as standard right-hand thread cylindrical bronze nuts as well as left-hand threaded.

  • Material: Bronze
  • ISO 2901/2903 and DIN 103

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Cylindrical Steel Nuts

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Cylindrical Steel Nuts are fasteners that are commonly used in conjunction with lead screws or ball screws to convert rotary motion to linear motion. The nut is threaded onto the screw and moves along the length of the screw as it rotates, providing smooth and precise linear motion.

They are used for low rotational speeds, manual control, and clamping functions. It is not suitable for motorised movements. It has internal threads that match the screw, which ensures exceptional durability and wear resistance due to the material.

It is used in the automotive, aerospace or construction industries to secure lead screws in place. Available as standard right-hand thread cylindrical steel nuts as well as left-hand threaded.

  • Material: Steel (EN10277-3, 11SMnPb37)
  • ISO 2901/2903 and DIN 103

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