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Prevailing Torque Hex Locknuts - Non-Metallic Insert – English Series (Noun Code 5780)

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Publication Date: 1 June 2015
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GENERAL: A prevailing torque nut is one which is frictionally resistant to rotation due to a selfcontained prevailing torque feature, and not because of a compressive load developed against the bearing surface of the nut or special under head design. "Locknut" is a generic term used to identify the internally threaded products covered in this standard and is not intended to imply an indefinite permanency of fixity.

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MPAPS S-E-47.201-GS/PL
June 1, 2015
Prevailing Torque Hex Locknuts - Non-Metallic Insert – English Series (Noun Code 5780)
GENERAL: A prevailing torque nut is one which is frictionally resistant to rotation due to a selfcontained prevailing torque feature, and not because of a compressive load developed against the...

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