Slotted round nuts are generally made from steel, stainless steel or other non-ferrous metals.
Non-ferrous metals do not contain iron, are not magnetic and generally are more resistant to corrosion.
This allows the slotted round nuts to be used in a number of applications, such as electrical engineering.
They can be tightened by means of a slotted screwdriver and are intended to be used for locking components where no specific prestressing forces are required.
These DIN 546 slotted round nuts are available from stock in sizes M1.4 to M16, with specials available upon request.