ANSI B18.2.2 Hex Castle Nut by Material, Finish and Size
Hex Castle Nuts or Castellated Nuts have notches on one end, which resemble the serrated tops of castle parapets. These nuts are used with a bolt with cross-drilled holes, so that a cotter pin can pass through the nut and into a hole in a bolt shank, thus preventing the nut from loosening. The notched end is turned down slightly, allowing the cotter pin to be bent around the nut. Often used in machinery, shafts and automotive applications.
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ANSI/ASME b18.2.2 Castellated Nuts by Imperial/ Sizes
Castellated Nuts are available on the FCH Network with imperial diameters that range from #10 to 1 1/4, and with lengths that range from 9/32 to 1 1/2.
ANSI/ASME b18.2.2 Castellated Nuts are available on the FCH Network in materials that range from Steel to Brass.
ANSI/ASME b18.2.2 Castellated Nuts by Coatings/Finishes
ANSI/ASME b18.2.2 Castellated Nuts are available on the FCH Network in finishes or coatings that range from Plain to Phosphate.