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New type of Self-Tightening Nut Achieve Excellent Fastening [Tech]
posted October 23 2014 18:19.40 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Izushi has developed the Kinglock Nut, which achieves tight fastening through an innovative new structure and surface.

Regarding surface fastening, at Izushi, we achieve fastening over the entire surface, which ensures that the force is uniform over the entire surface. This results in extremely low stress. Low stress on the nut means low stress on the bolt, which provides big advantages; for example, the bolt doesn 19t break easily, and it can be used repeatedly






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