|Tinnerman No.||Screw Size||Part Number|
|Snaps over edge of panels or into center hole locations. Holds itself in place for blind assembly. "Floats" free for easy hole alignment.|
HOW TO APPLY SPEED NUT FASTENERS
|FLAT TYPE||"U" TYPE|
Fastener is positioned over screw clearance hole with screw-engaging prongs pointing up or outward. Screw is started into nut by hand from the underside.
Push into position with thumb until extrusion on lower leg snaps into screw hole. The fastener "floats" in screw-receiving position to correct for normal misalignment in panel mounting holes.
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Screw can be power-driven into locked position (when base arch of fastener is flat) or a hand screw driver can be used. No wrench is required, finger pressure will prevent it from turning.
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Place second panel in position and drive screw. Access to opposite side is unnecessary. Flush mounting can be made by embossing either panel.
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We have added a new specification chart both above the product listing and in the "Specification Chart" tab. It references each of the dimensions for clearly. G is a minimum diameter.
Tinnerman NAS395 nuts are used with sheet metal screws. Machine screws would require a Tinnerman LHA or Monadnack clip nuts. The screw size for machine screws will indicate the size, and thread count, 6-32, 8-32, etc.. Sheet metal screws are indicated by size and type, #6 type A, or #6 type B, etc..
SAE 1065-1070 steel.
Yes, type A and B will work with these.