These weld nuts provide load bearing threads in sheets too thin to tap, provide lower equipment and labor costs, and are designed for faster assembly. They overcome many problems associated with other weld nuts—burnouts, complicated electrodes and pilots, tedious time-consuming indexing, and re-tapping to remove weld spatter. Their design, based on the experience of hundreds of users of weld nuts and speed production using standard equipment, thereby reduces labor costs.
These weld nuts also offer the added advantages of resisting corrosion and being essentially nonmagnetic.
|Thread Size||EDP #||A
|Minimum Sheet Thickness||Hole Size in Sheet*||C
|E||T||Min. Dist. Hole C/L to Edge|
|M3 x 0.5||93230||0.76||0.77||4.40||4.37||7.95||1.50||4.47|
|M4 x 0.7||93235||0.76||0.77||5.60||5.57||9.40||2.60||5.20|
|M5 x 0.8||93240||0.76||0.77||6.40||6.33||11.10||3.80||5.65|
|M6 x 1.0||93245||1.24||1.25||8.10||8.03||13.20||4.60||6.70|
Important: Weld nuts are made to order and available in: - Low Carbon Steel with a plain finish protected with light oil - 300 Series Stainless Steel processed per ASTM A380 and/or tested per QQ-P-35C. Please specify weld nut material when ordering.
Notes: Dimensions for metric sizes are in millimeters.
|*Hole Size||- Fractional +.004 - 0.000||Metric +0.10|
|E||- Fractional +.000 - 0.010||Metric +0.00 - 0.13|
|T||- Fractional +.004 - 0.004||Metric +0.10 - 0.10|