Copper nuts have the advantages of not being easy to rust, anti-corrosion, easy to conduct heat and strong electrical conductivity. They are generally used in anti-rust, high temperature, electrical, and thermally conductive environments, such as faucets, valves, electrical switches, etc.The other main purpose of copper nuts is injection molding, which is embedded in plastic parts after heating or direct injection molding. As mentioned earlier, brass has good thermal conductivity. If it is embedded after heating copper nuts, on the one hand, copper nuts It can heat up quickly to speed up the work efficiency. On the other hand, the heated copper nut can quickly transfer heat to the plastic part, so that the periphery of the plastic hole becomes soft and facilitates pressing into the hole.
A nut is a nut, a part that is screwed together with a bolt or screw for fastening. It is an original part that all production machinery must use. There are many kinds of nuts. Our common ones are national standard, British standard, American standard, and Japanese standard. Target nuts. Nuts are divided into carbon steel, high-strength, stainless steel, plastic steel, etc. according to different materials.According to the product attributes, the standard numbers corresponding to different countries are divided into ordinary, non-standard, (old) national standard, new national standard, American standard, British standard, and German standard.The size is different, and the thread is divided into different specifications. Generally, the national standard and the German standard are represented by M (such as M8, M16), and the US and British systems are represented by fractions (such as 8, 10, 1/4, 3 /8).