Threaded connections, like bolts and nuts, are used in applications from plastic toys to massive bridges. They need to stay together tightly but also come apart when needed. For example, an engine’s valve covers have to remain in place while driving, but they also need to be removable so the engine components can be serviced.
Our latest Hardware Guide post explores various methods, known as “thread locking,” of ensuring that these types of connections stay together without loosening.
In the article we cover:
There are many ways to prevent threads from coming loose under normal operations, so it’s important to choose the best method for your specific application. Learn more in the full Hardware Guide Post here.
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