After the slotted hexagon nut is tightened, use a cotter pin to pass through the small hole at the end of the bolt and the slot of the hexagon nut, or use an ordinary hexagon nut to tighten and drill the pin hole.
②Round hex nut and stop washer
Insert the inner tongue of the washer into the groove of the bolt (shaft), and fold one of the outer tongues of the washer into a groove of the hexagon nut after tightening the hex nut.
After the hexagon nut is tightened, the single-ear or double-ear stop washer is respectively bent and attached to the side of the hexagon nut and the connected part to prevent loosening. If two bolts need to be double-locked, a double-joint stop washer can be used.
④Series wire anti-loosening
Use low-carbon steel wires to penetrate the holes in the head of each screw, connect the screws in series, and make them brake each other. This structure needs to pay attention to the direction in which the steel wire penetrates.
3. Permanent anti-loosening, use: spot welding, riveting, bonding, etc.
This method mostly destroys the threaded fasteners during disassembly and cannot be reused.
In addition, there are other anti-loosening methods, such as: applying liquid adhesive between the screw threads, inlaying nylon rings at the end of the hex nut, riveting and punching anti-loosening, mechanical anti-loosening and frictional anti-loosening are called detachable anti-loosening, while permanent anti-loosening Loose is called non-detachable anti-loose.
①Punching method to prevent loosening
After the hex nut is tightened, the punch point at the end of the thread destroys the thread
② Bonding and anti-loosening
Usually, the anaerobic adhesive is applied to the threaded surface, and the adhesive can be cured by itself after tightening the hex nut, and the anti-loosening effect is good.
Post time: Mar-17-2023