10-32 Cage Nuts, 100 Pieces Product Details: Color: Show as picture Weight: 2 number: CNE43880These 10-32 Cage Nuts are used to install rackmount equipment into server rack cabinets, 4-post racks, wallmount cabinets and racks, and 2-post racks. Cage nut style rails are often referred to as universal mounting rails, which are the most common type of rails used today. If a rack or cabinet has cage nut style rails or universal mounting rails, they will require cage nuts. The thread size of the cage nut and the thread size of the screw must be the same to properly install rackmount components.
We stock a wide variety of fasteners ideal for many applications arround the home, farm, business, automotives, and in industry. Most of our fasteners have a light zinc plating over steel giving a more rust resistant finsh. We also sell coated and stainless products for additional rust resistance. We stock many grades of fasteners ranging from low carbon steel on up to hardened, heat treated steel. Not all fasteners are applicable for all applications so be certain to test thouroughly and get the opinion of a licensed building or certified building or structural engineer before relying on these fasteners for any situations where failure would result in damage to property or person.
Rivet Nut, Knurled Flanged, Aluminum, Plain Finish, Thread Size 1/4-20, Length 0.590, Grip Range 0.079 to 0.138, Drill Size 25/64, Hole Size 0.350, Head Height 0.060, Head Dia. 0.510, Body Dia. 0.350, Flange Dia. 0.500, Application Used To Securely Fasten Metals, Fiberglass Or Rigid Plastic Materials By Creating Permanent Threads, Ideal For Materials Considered Too Thin For Tapered Threads, Package Quantity 50
CLS-0420-2 Penn Engineering SELF-CLINCHING PEM NUT, Thread Size .250-20 (1/4-20), (Quantity 100) Fastener Material: 300 Series Stainless Steel, Passivated Finish, Hole Size in Sheet .344 inches
Manufacturer: Penn Engineering
Self-clinching nuts are installed by placing them in properly sized holes in sheets and applying a parallel squeezing force to the head of the nut. The sheet metal surrounding the head cold flows into an undercut thereby making the fastener an integral part of the sheet. A serrated clinching ring prevents the fastener from rotating after installation. Types CLS / CLSS are recommended for use in steel or aluminum sheets HRB (Rockwell "B" scale) 70 or less and HB (Hardness Brinell) 125 or less.