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Lock nuts are used to locate bearings and other components onto a shaft or adapter sleeve. They are also used for mounting bearings on tapered shaft seats and dismounting bearings from withdrawal sleeves.
Lock nuts have to be secured to prevent unintentional loosening. This is done, either by a locking device that engages a keyway in the shaft or key slot in the adapter sleeve, or by a locking mechanism integrated in the nut.
Lock nuts with an integrated locking mechanism reduce the cost of the shaft as no keyway is required. Installation is also quicker and easier because no separate locking device is necessary. However, the loosening torque of these lock nuts requires more attention.
The bolt or axle has one or two holes drilled through its threaded end. The nut is torqued properly and then, if the slot is not aligned with the hole in the fastener, the nut is rotated forward to the nearest slot. The nut is then secured with a split pin, R-clip or safety wire. It is a positive locking device.
· For use with most electrical fittings.
· Nickel-plated brass finish over brass provides excellent corrosion resistance and durability.
· Metric sizes NPT1/4 thru NPT3 accommodate a wide range of fittings.