half nut

half nut

[′haf ‚nət]
(design engineering)
A nut split lengthwise so that it can be clamped around a screw.
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Where once a full or half nut was used as a "jam nut," today Challenge Europe provide a wide selection of specialist nuts, including the popular nyloc nut, plus the combi nut with integral washer for load spreading/anti-vibration purposes which saves fiddly assembly, loss of washer, etc.
Examination of the pump revealed the half nut to be heavily worn (Figure 1) and data recording revealed that nine such errors (identified as 'PL3' on PK pumps) had occurred in the previous seven months.
Problems arising when a half nut is worn, and resultant failure to engage fully with a leadscrew, have been reported on the Graseby 3500 TCI pump (1).
Combine half honey, half nut butter, and work in as much skim milk powder as possible.
Tenders are invited for Stainless Steel Bolt Hexagonal Head Fully Threaded Of Size M 12 X 50 Mm With One Full Nut And One Half Nut Conforming To Is : 1367 Part - 14 / 2002 And Two Flat Washers Id 13 Mm, Od 25 Mm And 2.
T Bolt M 16 X 80 Mm Hexagonal Head Fully Threaded With 2 Flat Washers, One Spring Washer One Full Nut And One Half Nut Conforming To Is 1364/1984 Or Latest.
T Bolt M 16 X 70 Mm Hexagonal Head Fully Threaded With 2 Flat Washers, One Spring Washer One Full Nut And One Half Nut Conforming To Is 1364 / 1984 Or Latest.
Tenders are invited for Meter-- Tractive Half Nut -Breaking Effort For Wdp4 Loco Emd Part No 40088591
The second I lay down, it would awaken to drive me and my other half nuts.
Most people think we're half nuts,'' Zel Allen admitted.
Even though most modern lathes have metric thread-cutting capabilities, many operators learn that the half nuts must be left engaged during the entire metric thread cutting sequence to ensure proper thread cutting.
Also half nuts - otherwise referred to as lock nuts or jam nuts.