Threaded

Spring Nuts and Push-on Nuts

Spring Grip Retainer

Bends - Curved

Curved-the bend in the nut adds a spring element for increased resistance to loosening. It also provides easy handling during the installation process. The degree of the bend depends on the loadbearing requirements of the joint. Shakeproof can help to design the perfect solution.

Bends - Flat

Bends - Flat Base

Flat-this design is best suited for low-pressure joints. It provides a quick installation and can be designed with any of the described impressions. It is also the easiest to modify the ends or add barbs for increased grip.

Shape - Rectangle

Shape - Rectangle

Rectangular-this design serves as a load distributor which can span over-sized holes as well as release pressure on the actual fastener hole. Different lengths and widths are available and any impression can be built in for maximum performance.

Shape - Round

Shape - Round

Round-this shape is great for anti-rotation scenarios and can be modified to fit into unique joints. A spanner wrench can be used to install the round design and the nut can serve as a solution for oversized holes when a change in fastener size is not desired.

Impressions - Twin Prong

Impressions - Twin Prong

Twin Prong-for use on either a threaded or unthreaded part. This design is easy to install and very user-friendly across many platforms. It makes a great impression for fastening many different joints.

Impressions - Twin Prong

Impressions - Diamond

Diamond-this is the easiest design to install and required the least amount of pressure. It is only used for fastening unthreaded parts.

Impressions - Spira Cone

Impressions - Spira Cone

Spira Cone-the 360 degree engagement creates an extremely strong hold for fasteners with a machine pitch. It is completely re-usable for service and installation purposes.

Impressions - Hardened Stud Retainers

Impressions - Hardened Stud Retainers

Hardened Stud Retainer-extra gripping power helps to secure hardened fasteners where normal impressions might fail. This is very important in harsh environments.

Ends - Turned Up

Ends - Turned Up

Turned Up-this helps to protect the surface as well as make handling the fasteners much easier during installation.

Ends - Turned Down

Ends - Turned Down

Turned Down-the corners ‘bite’ into the surface of the joint to reduce movement, resist vibration, and secure the nut against the fastener.

Ends - Notched

Ends - Notched

Notched-the ends can have notches to fit around plastic bosses, other fasteners, and obstacles. These help in anti-rotation and creating a more secure joint.