- Drive-in nuts made of stainless steel according to DIN 6930
- Fastener for the production of heavy-duty, wear-resistant and metric threads in soft materials for example wood, chipboard, MDF panels, aluminum or plastics
- 4 retaining claws to prevent rotation
- ISO metric standard thread DIN 13-1
- completely made of stainless steel V2A
- sizes: M4, M5, M6, M8, M10, M12
Can also be used as a threaded bushing, e.g.:
- for loudspeakers + boxes as internal thread for bases etc.
- for furniture making in kitchen, bathroom or living room
- for interior finishing of motorhomes or boats
- for handles and eyelet mounting in cars + vans
- in wood construction of any kind
Pin nuts, or impact nuts, are used to fasten components into wooden panels. They have a continuous metric internal thread (ISO standard thread DIN 13-1) and can be hammered into the wood in pre-drilled holes. Tips for use can be found under Things to know.
The photos shown are sample images - you will of course receive the size and quantity you selected.
Things to know:
To ensure safe centering of the drive-in nuts without damaging the drive-in nut and the material, the correct pre-drilling diameter must be selected. This depends on the material, soft materials such as pine wood, etc. can be pre-drilled smaller, for hard materials such as aluminum, the pre-drilling diameter of the drive-in nuts should be selected accordingly larger.
If drive-in nuts are pre-drilled too small, this leads to compression of the sleeve, and possibly to damage to the internal thread. If the pre-drilling diameter is selected too large for impact nuts, this leads to poorly centered impact nuts in the drill hole. The sleeves of drive-in nuts are chamfered, so it is not necessary to countersink the drill holes. Drive-in nuts are always driven in with a plastic or rubber hammer.