The DAX nuts use an AISI 301 stainless steel insert as a braking element. While screwing, the insert undergoes elastic deformation and lies on the side of the screw thread.
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As a braking element, DAX nuts use an AISI 301 stainless steel insert. During the screwing the insert undergoes an elastic deformation and rests on the side of the thread of the screw, exerting a sufficient force to guarantee an adequate braking torque and an excellent resistance in applications with strong vibrations and dynamic stresses.
The insert, after the deformation caused by the screwing, returns to its original form, allowing repeated tightening and unscrewing, with a reduced decrease in braking torque values.
The screwing effort is limited and in any case much less than that required for other types of self-locking nuts.
Dax nuts withstand temperatures from -50 ° to + 300 ° C.
Dax nuts are available in the following versions:
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Dax nuts are available in the following materials:
• Steel class 8 (04 for low nuts), Hardness HV30 188-302
• Steel class 10 (for technical reasons not necessarily tempered), hardness HV30 240-353
• AISI 304 stainless steel
The braking insert is always in AISI 301 stainless steel.
The Dax steel nuts cl. 8 (04) and cl. 10 are available with Cr3 white zinc coating, 7μ thickness.