Wing Nuts in Brass
Easily Installed and Removed by Hand
Wing Nuts feature two protruding wings on either side of the nut to tighten or loosen by hand. Wing Nuts are commonly seen on assemblies that require adjustment or are not permanent. They are also used when convenience is a driving factor.
Brass is an alloy made of copper and zinc. The color of brass can vary from dark to light based on the zinc content; more zinc content produces lighter brass. Brass is prized for its appearance and is often used decoratively. However, it is quite soft, so it is not suitable for all applications. Brass conducts electricity and is also a good conductor of heat.
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How is a wing nut designed to be tightened?
Wing nuts are designed to be tightened with your fingers. They can also be tightened using special wing nut drivers that are compatible with power tools.
How do you use wing nuts?
Wing nuts should be used in applications where the workpiece needs to be frequently changed or moved.
What is a butterfly nut?
A butterfly nut is a nut with wing-like protrusions on either side, intended to be fastened by hand. It's another name for a wing nut.
How strong is brass?
Brass is stronger and harder than copper, but not as strong or hard as steel. It has great formability and is resistant to saltwater corrosion.
What is brass made of?
Brass is an alloy of copper and zinc. The color of brass can vary from dark to light based on the zinc content; more zinc content produces lighter brass.