Specifically designed for use in soft materials, plastics, and composites, the Versa-Nut wide grip range threaded insert delivers an extra-large blind side bearing area when placed.
Providing up to twice the grip range of standard blind inserts, the Versa-Nut enables a designer to reduce the number of fasteners in an assembly. Plus, it can be installed quickly – in less than 3 seconds – with simple hand tools.
Other key features include higher pull out and torque-to-turn resistance, less radial loading of holes in brittle materials, less risk of cracking and de-lamination of composites, and the ability to cover large variations of thicknesses.
Assembly materials where the Versa-Nut is used include composite molded parts, magnesium, thin sheet aluminum, and plastics.
- Installed quickly by using simple handtools (less than 3 seconds).
- Blind hole, one-sided installation capability.
- Extra-large blind side bearing area after placing.
- Higher pull out and torque-to-turn resistance.
- Less radial loading of holes in brittle materials.
- Less risk of cracking and de-lamination of composites.
- Up to twice the grip range of standard blind inserts.
- Enables a designer to reduce the size or number of fasteners in an assembly.
- Covers large variations of thicknesses.
- Assembly applications include automotive trim and moldings, truck and trailer sandwich sections and paneling, domestic appliances (handles, adjustable feet, and fixing points) and plastic fabrications (assembly of plastic recreation equipment).
- Sizes: M5 – M8
- Material: Low carbon steel
- Headform: Large flange
|Versa-Nut - Technical Data Sheets|
|Steel||Large Flange||Versa-Nut VN21|
Surface finish options
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We can design and manufacture threaded inserts with a wide variety of forms and finishes to meet your unique assembly requirements. Please refer to this page to find examples of our customised capabilities:
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