Precision lock nuts

  • The  Precision lock nuts is a KMT and KMTA precision lock nut with locking pin
  • KMT precision locknuts are suitable for applications requiring high precision, simple assembly and reliable locking.
  • Three equally spaced locking pins allow these locknuts to be positioned exactly at right angles to the shaft.
  • However, they can also be adjusted to compensate for slight angular deviations of adjacent components.
  • Maximum axial runout between locating surface and thread (max. size 40): 0.005 mm

Features and Benefits of Precision lock nuts

  • Precision lock nuts with locking pins
  • KMT precision locknuts are suitable for applications requiring high precision, simple assembly and reliable locking. Three equally spaced locking pins allow these locknuts to be positioned exactly at right angles to the shaft.
  • However, they can also be adjusted to compensate for slight angular deviations of adjacent components. Maximum axial runout between locating surface and thread (max. size 40): 0.005 mm
    No keyway required–Precision lock nuts
  • Withstands high axial loads
  • Reliable and effective locking mechanism
  • Designed for frequent and simple mounting and dismounting
  • Suitable for threads M 10×0.75 to M 200×3 (sizes 0 to 40) and Tr 220×4 to Tr 420×5 (sizes 44 to 84)

FAQ

Loads are defined by their direction. Loads perpendicular to the shaft are called radial loads and loads parallel to the shaft are called axial (thrust) loads.

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