Double-ended studs are mainly used where one of the connected parts has a large thickness, requires a compact structure, or is not suitable for bolt connection due to frequent disassembly. Next, Hex Nut Manufacturers will introduce the scope of application of double-ended studs.
1. It is usually used in places where one of the connected parts is too thick, inconvenient to perforate, and requires a compact structure. Blind holes must be used for connection or frequent assembly and disassembly.
2. Double-headed stud connection is to screw one end of the double-headed stud into the screw hole of one of the connected parts, and the other end through the through-hole of the other to be connected, then put on the washer and tighten the nut. This kind of connection is often used when one of the connecting parts is too thick or inconvenient to install and disassemble. When disassembling, usually only remove the nut but not the stud to prevent multiple assembly and disassembly from damaging the screw hole of the connecting piece.