A stainless steel nut is a nut, a part that is screwed together with a bolt or screw for fastening, and is an original part that all production machinery must use. There are many kinds of nuts. Our common ones are national standard, British standard.
Stainless steel screws usually refer to steel screws that have the ability to resist corrosion from air, water, acid, alkali salt or other media. Stainless steel screws are generally not easy to rust, durable, and can be used in environmental protection equipment, communication equipment and other fields.
With the rapid development of the industry, the application of stainless steel self-tapping screw fasteners has become very extensive. Then, when customizing stainless steel self-tapping screw fasteners, occasionally bad quality stainless steel self-tapping screws are ordered.
A fine thread nut is a common object used to connect two parts. In contrast to the fine thread nut, there is also a nut called a coarse nut. This coarse nut is used in the general case, or in the case where the fineness is not required,the coarse nut is used. It is required to have better fixing and sealing, and there is a time when the joint is rotated, that is, when the fine thread nut is used.
The surface of the stainless steel screw adheres to the organic juice (such as melon, noodle soup, glutinous rice, etc.). In the case of water and oxygen, it constitutes an organic acid. For a long time, the organic acid corrodes the metal surface.