OO Full Nuts Zinc Plated [UNC]


Full Nuts Zinc Plated [UNC]


Full  Nuts  Zinc  Plated  [UNC]
  • These hexagon nuts are bright zinc plated for increased corrosion resistance.
  • The hexagonal shape is designed to be driven by a wrench (spanner) and provides excellent torque when done so.

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1/4 UNC Full Nuts Zinc Plated (Pack of 200) [BS 1768 Grade 1]


Part No: HXUNC14-N-Z

HX Fixings

£3.17
Excl VAT: £2.64
3 Days

5/16 UNC Full Nuts Zinc Plated (Pack of 200) [BS 1768 Grade 1]


Part No: HXUNC516-N-Z

HX Fixings

£4.13
Excl VAT: £3.44
3 Days

3/8 UNC Full Nuts Zinc Plated (Pack of 200) [BS 1768 Grade 1]


Part No: HXUNC38-N-Z

HX Fixings

£5.53
Excl VAT: £4.61
3 Days

7/16 UNC Full Nuts Zinc Plated (Pack of 100) [BS 1768 Grade 1]


Part No: HXUNC716-N-Z

HX Fixings

£4.82
Excl VAT: £4.02
3 Days

1/2 UNC Full Nuts Zinc Plated (Pack of 100) [BS 1768 Grade 1]


Part No: HXUNC12-N-Z

HX Fixings

£6.98
Excl VAT: £5.82
3 Days

5/8 UNC Full Nuts Zinc Plated (Pack of 100) [BS 1768 Grade 1]


Part No: HXUNC58-N-Z

HX Fixings

£11.63
Excl VAT: £9.69
3 Days

3/4 UNC Full Nuts Zinc Plated (Pack of 50) [BS 1768 Grade 1]


Part No: HXUNC34-N-Z

HX Fixings

£9.83
Excl VAT: £8.19
3 Days
  • These hexagon nuts are bright zinc plated for increased corrosion resistance.
  • The hexagonal shape is designed to be driven by a wrench (spanner) and provides excellent torque when done so.

Zinc coatings prevent oxidation of the protected metal to create a longer lasting finish. It does this by forming a barrier and by acting as a sacrificial anode if this barrier is damaged. Zinc oxide is a fine white dust that (in contrast to iron oxide) does not trigger a breakdown of the substrates surface integrity as it is formed. The zinc oxide, if left intact, can act as a barrier to further oxidation, in a way similar to the protection afforded to aluminum and stainless steels by their oxide layers.