Stainless Steel Hexagonal Stud Bolts With Right Hand Left Hand Threaded

Stainless Steel Hexagonal Stud Bolts With Right Hand Left Hand Threaded

Left-handed and right-handed studs

304 Stainless steel polished finish dual thread LH & RH dual-directional threaded stud has both left-handed and right-handed studs at either end with a hexagonal in the bolt middle is available at DGMF Mold Clamps Co., Ltd.

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Stainless Steel Hexagonal Stud Bolts With Right Hand Left Hand Threaded

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Stainless Steel Hexagonal Stud Bolts With Right Hand Left Hand Threaded

The Stainless Steel Hexagonal Stud Bolts With Right Hand Left Hand Threaded is a 304 SS material hexagonal stud bolt with a reverse-thread and regular right-hand bolt.

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Stainless Steel Hexagonal Stud Bolts With Right Hand Left Hand Threaded Specifications

M4X10M5X10M6X10M8X10M10X10M12X10
M4X15M5X15M6X15M8X15M10X15M12X15
M4X20M5X20M6X20M8X20M10X20M12X20
M4X25M5X25M6X25M8X25M10X25M12X25
M4X30M5X30M6X30M8X30M10X30M12X30
M5X35M6X35M8X35M10X35M12X35
M5X40M6X40M8X40M10X40M12X40
M12X45

A right-handed thread runs clockwise, and a left-handed thread runs anti-clockwise. Turning a threaded rod upside-down does not reverse the direction of its threads.

 

How to distinguish between orthodontic and reverse screws?

In daily life, many friends find that when they loosen the screws, they will find that they are tightened and tightened. After trying left and right, they found that some screws were unscrewed counterclockwise. Why is there such a situation?

The reason is that some screws are divided into positive thread and reverse thread, and can also be orthodontic and reverse thread.

Orthodontic teeth are common. Tighten clockwise and loosen counterclockwise. However, there are fewer applications for reverse teeth. The tightening method is opposite to that of orthodontic teeth.

Anti-thread screws are generally made according to needs and requirements, usually to prevent reversion. According to the direction of rotation, it is less likely to cause torque attenuation than a right-handed screw and is more reliable.

For example, dangerous equipment such as gas tanks is anti-wire, in order to prevent unknowing people from opening and causing danger.

We must also develop a habit. When the screw cannot be unscrewed according to the habit, or even tightened more tightly, it should be considered that the screw switch cannot be opened casually, and the operation should be performed after understanding the situation.

There are many examples, such as the wheel screws of some trucks are left and right.

How to distinguish between orthodontic and reverse teeth? It’s very simple. You can hold the screw with your right hand. If the helix angle of the thread is toward the thumb, it is orthodontic, and vice versa.

However, usually, anti-wire screws will have an engraved logo, so you can also pay attention to it.

How does a nut distinguish between orthodontic and reversed teeth?

Nuts are generally right-handed, also called orthodontics. Sometimes a nut with reverse teeth is needed. How do we distinguish it?

It is very simple, that is, you take the nut and put it in front of you to see the direction of the thread. Right-handed (orthogonal) means that the screw rotates clockwise. Left-hand (anti-tooth) rotation is counterclockwise.

Tighten the orthodontic screw clockwise, and tighten the counter-clockwise screw;

Orthodontic screws are more common and are usually used to reinforce objects. The counter-thread screw is made to prevent reversal.

It is less likely to cause torque attenuation than the right-handed screw and is more reliable. Hold the screw tightly with your right hand. If the spiral angle of the thread is toward the thumb, it is an orthodontic screw, otherwise, it is a reverse screw.

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