Anchor Nuts (Nut Plates)

MS/NAS Anchor Nuts

Anchor nuts (aka nut plates or anchor plates) are stamped sheet metal fasteners used in blind mounted panel applications, where hex nuts cannot be used or an attached nut is required for ease of maintenance. They are usually riveted to a workpiece and have an internally threaded tube and a plate with two clearance holes for rivets. These terms are used interchangeably to describe the respective fasteners. 

Sourced from quality manufacturers,anchor nuts are offered either as part of AVIATIONEU NEW ERA product portfolio or as OEM products . They come in Fixed or Floating types, different materials & finishes (*), single/double lug versions, Metric (M3 - M12) οr Unified thread sizes (**) and meet military or industrial specifications (***). Genrally sold in pieces but packs are also used. In the case of packs,  the specified number of anchor nuts per pack is indicated after the letters "PK" in our product reference number (SKU). Appearing prices are always for the units of measurement used each time.

(*) INCONEL alloy, CRES A-286 alloy, C1050 heat treated carbon steel or other steel alloys depending on the supplier. 

INCONEL is a registered trademark of Special Metals Corporation for a family of austenitic nickel-chromium-based superalloys. They belong to the family of austenitic nickel-chromium-based superalloys, oxidation-corrosion-resistant materials well suited for service in extreme environments subjected to pressure and heat. 

CRES A-286 alloy is iron-nickel-chromium based austenitic iron based material with additions of molybdenum and titanium  known for its good strength and oxidation resistance especially at temperatures up to 1300°F (700°C). It  is used in various components, such as aircraft and industrial gas turbines due to is high strength and superior fabrication. Alloy A286 characteristics include good machinability and oxidation resistance up to 800°C, very high corrosion resistance, high mechanical properties and strengths well retained up to 700°C and others.

(**) Metric ISO thread (M ) standard in Europe. Designated by the letter M followed by the value of the nominal diameter (the max thread diameter) and the pitch separated by the sign “x”, both expressed in millimetres. Unified form thread designations, such as UNC (unified coarse) or UNF (unified fine), have a fixed number of threads per inch with the thread major diameter preceding the designation (e.g. 9/16”UNC or 9/16”UNF). UNC is the most commonly used for general purpose applications but UNF threads have a slightly higher breaking load capacity than the UNC.

(***) There is currently no military specification for Metric nut plates.

For additional information please refer to the respective product presentations or contact us.

Anchor Nuts (Nut Plates)

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DIN LN 29679 / LN 29693...

A plate nut, also known as a nut plate, anchor nut or anchor plate, is a stamped sheet metal nut that is usually riveted to a workpiece. These terms are used interchangeably throughout product presentations to describe respective products. 

Anchor nuts  have a long tube that is internally threaded and a plate with two clearance holes for rivets. They are self-locking nuts resisting loosening under vibrations and torque. They offered in fixed, floating, miniature and countersunk body, versions and one-lug, two-lug, short-lug, corner or right angle body configurations. Unlike fixed anchor nuts, their floating counterparts have a built-in nut that can move slightly to align with the threaded rod. This floating version provides flexibility when installing the bolt or screw. 

Anchor nuts in Metric system for aerospace applications are offered as part of ΟΕΜ manufacturers (such as PAOLO ASTORI) or our own labelled (AVIATIONEU NEW ERA) product lines in different metric sizes, materials and finishes. Those of DIN LN29679 Series relate to self locking floating two-lug low profile anchor nuts made from 25CrMo4 Alloy Structural Steel and can withstand temparatures up to 235 °C. Their counterparts in DIN LN29693 (*) Series are made from Incoloy Alloy® A-286 (also known as A286 Alloy Stainless Steel, a nickel and iron-based, austenitic superalloy) and can be used for temperatures  up to 425 °C. Both are sold mostly in pieces but also in packs where the number of anchor nuts per pack is indicated after the letters "PK" in the product SKU.

(*)LN 29693:2015-05 Standard for Aerospace - Nuts, plate, self-locking, floating, two lugs, for temperatures up to 425 °C is inactive for new design.

For additional information please refer to the supplied documentation or contact us. 

DIN LN29673 / LN 29692...

A plate nut, also known as a nut plate, anchor nut or anchor plate, is a stamped sheet metal nut that is usually riveted to a workpiece. These terms are used interchangeably throughout product presentations to describe respective products. 

Anchor nuts  have a long tube that is internally threaded and a plate with two clearance holes for rivets. They are self-locking nuts resisting loosening under vibrations and torque. They offered in fixed, floating, miniature and countersunk body, versions and one-lug, two-lug, short-lug, corner or right angle body configurations. Unlike fixed anchor nuts, their floating counterparts have a built-in nut that can move slightly to align with the threaded rod. This floating version provides flexibility when installing the bolt or screw. 

Anchor nuts in Metric system for aerospace applications are available in different metric sizes, materials and finishes. Those manufactured in accordance with DIN LN 29673 standard are self-locking one-lug anchor nuts designed with a single flange made from 25CrMo4 Alloy Structural Steel and they are suitable for use in environments with temperatures up to 235°C. Their counterparts in DIN LN29692 Series are made from Incoloy Alloy® A-286 (also known as A286 Alloy Stainless Steel, a nickel and iron-based, austenitic superalloy) and can be used for temperatures  up to 425 °C. Commonly used in aerospace for securing components in aircraft and other high-stress applications,  Both feature a tensile strength of 900 MPa. They are offered as part of ΟΕΜ manufacturers (such as HOWMET AEROSPACE (ARCONIC) or PAOLO ASTORI) and are sold mostly in pieces but also in packs where the number of anchor nuts per pack is indicated after the letters "PK" in the product SKU.

For additional information please refer to the supplied documentation or contact us. 

Aircraft General Standards...

Aircraft General Standards (AGS) were issued by the Directorate of Technical Development of the Air Ministry from the 1920’s and persist till today through substitutions to British Standards and AGS revisions. They relate to fasteners  such as bolts, nuts, rivets, fork joints, taper pins, common to all types of aircraft. AGS fasteners are made in a range of sizes and different materials. In their identification system AGS parts are listed in sequential number, eg AGS 500, AGS 501 even though the number does not generally group common parts together nor does it follow a specific chronological order. Special parts made for specific aircraft have no marking to indicate size or material, but are marked with a part number.

Anchor nuts (aka nut plates) are designed for blind mounted applications where it is impractical to use hex nuts. Stiffnuts, in particular, feature a very high friction between the threads of the nut and the bolt so that the nut may be considered self-locking. Several types of stiffnuts have been designed for use on aircraft. AGS 2007 series relates to double lug anchor locking nuts (aka thick stiffnuts) while  those in AGS 2008 and 2009 series relate to thin and countersunk stiffnuts.

AGS 2007 series anchor nuts are offered as nyloc (*) (with nylon-insert) or all-metal style. They can be furnished in different materials (aluminum, cadmium plated steel or corrosion resistant steel (CRES). Available with BA or BSF (**) threads as NEW OLD STOCK (NOS) items in limited quantities from  stocks of our co-operating suppliers as special order non refundable and non-returnable items. Please refer to the supplied documentation or contact us.

(*) Nyloc nut (aka nylon-insert lock nut, polymer-insert lock nut, or elastic stop nut) is a kind of locknut with a nylon collar that increases friction on the screw thread.

(**) British Association (BA) Threads. small sized screw threads still used in some precision instruments, such as optics and moving-coil meters, relays as well as modelling applications. Recommended by the British Standards Institution for use instead of the smaller British Standard Whitworth (BSW) and British Standard Fine (BSF) thread screws (those below 1⁄4 inch).

British Standard Fine (BSF) Threads. Screw thread form, used as a fine-pitch alternative to British Standard Whitworth (BSW) threads. Common applications include British machine tool industry and cars. Superseded by the American UNF threads and later Metric standards.

AVIATIONEU NEW ERA...

National Aerospace Standards (NAS) are voluntary standards developed and maintained by committees and working groups of subject matter experts from member companies of the U.S. Aerospace Industries Association (AIA).

These standards have served as the foundation for the development of aircraft, spacecraft, watercraft, ground vehicles, machinery, and electronics.

NAS parts are most well-known for state-of-the-art, high-strength, precision fasteners, electrical connectors, splices and terminations, rod end bearings, and many other types of hardware and components. The NA prefix relates to metric standards. 

NA-0027/NA-0028 Series Metric Self-Locking Floating Two-Lug Nut Plates (*) form part of NAS high-strength, precision fasteners. Sourced from quality manufacturers they are offered as part of our own labelled (AVIATIONEU NEW ERA) product lines in different materials, finishes, thread sizes and dimensions in Metric system. Usually sold in pieces but packs are also used where the number of anchor nuts per pack is indicated after the letters "PK" in the product SKU. Appearing prices are always for the used units of measurement each time. For additional information, please refer to the product specifications or contact us.

(*) also termed as plate nuts, anchor nuts or anchor plates. These terms are used interchangeably to describe the respective fasteners. 

AVIATIONEU NEW ERA...

Extending the range of nut plates (*) comlying with different Military Specifications, anchor nuts for industial (also known as commercial anchor nuts) for non military uses are offered as  part of AVIATIONEU NEW ERA product lines. They are offered in Standard and Miniature versions, different types (fixed or floating, one lug, two lugs, corner, etc.) in both in Metric (M2 - M24 diameters) and Unified thread types (**).

Common materials used are Steel and Carbon Steel Alloys such as 42CrMo4 steel and C1050 heat treated carbon steel , CRES (stainless steel) A-286 alloy, Brass,  Aluminum, INCONEL alloy or other alloys depending on the manufacturer.

Different offered surface finishes include anodizing, brushing, polishing, resin spraying, powder and black oxide coating, rust preventive oil, sandblasting, painting, different platings (laser engraving Zn, blue black Zn, Ni, Cr, Tin, Copper, titanium alloy galvanized, silver plating, electroplating, etc.)

Depending on the the anchor nut type and the manufacturer, the AVIATIONEU NEW ERA industrial anchor nuts meet ISO and different other standards such as the German DIN, U.S. (ASME & ASTM, IFI, ANSI), British BS, Japanese JIS and others.

Competitively priced, AVIATIONEU NEW ERA industrial nut plates are cost effective alternatives to the respective OEM parts. 

They are sold in pieces but packs are also used where the number of anchor nuts per pack is indicated after the letters "PK" in the product SKU. Appearing prices are always for the used units of measurement each time. Please refer to product specifications or contact us.

(*) Anchor nuts (aka nut plates or anchor plates) are stamped sheet metal fasteners used in blind mounted panel applications, where hex nuts cannot be used or an attached nut is required for ease of maintenance. They are usually riveted to a workpiece and have an internally threaded tube and a plate with two clearance holes for rivets. These terms are used interchangeably to describe the respective fasteners. 

(**) Metric ISO thread used in Europe. Designated by the letter "M" followed by the value of the thread nominal diameter and pitch in millimetres. Unified form thread designations,such as UNC (unified coarse) or UNF (unified fine),have a fixed number of threads per inch with the thread major diameter preceding the designation.

AVIATIONEU NEW ERA Mil Spec...

Anchor nuts (aka nut plates) are designed for blind mounted applications where it is impractical to use hex nuts. Sourced from quality manufacturers, a range of nut plates comlying with different Military Specifications are offered as part of AVIATIONEU NEW ERA product lines. They come in Unified thread sizes (*), Standard and Miniature versions, different types (fixed or floating, one lug, two lugs, corner, etc.) and various materials & finishes to meet application requirements. For more information and specifications of different MS series nut plates please refer to individual product presentations. Respective Non Military (Commercial) anchor nuts, meeting DIN, ISO and other standards, both in Metric (M3 - M12 diameters) and Unified thread types are also available from AVIATIONEU NEW ERA product portfolio. All AVIATIONEU NEW ERA anchor nuts are competitively priced and are cost effective alternatives to the respective OEM parts. They are sold in pieces but packs are also used where the number of anchor nuts per pack is indicated after the letters "PK" in the product SKU. Appearing prices are always for the used units of measurement each time.Please refer to product specifications or contact us.

(*) There is currently no military specification for Metric nut plates.

AVIATIONEU NEW ERA...

National Aerospace Standards (NAS) are voluntary standards developed and maintained by committees and working groups of subject matter experts from member companies of the U.S. Aerospace Industries Association (AIA).

These standards have served as the foundation for the development of aircraft, spacecraft, watercraft, ground vehicles, machinery, and electronics.

NAS parts are most well-known for state-of-the-art, high-strength, precision fasteners, electrical connectors, splices and terminations, rod end bearings, and many other types of hardware and components. The NA prefix relates to metric standards. 

NAS 1791 Series Floating Self-Locking Two-Lug Nut Plates (*) with replaceable nut elements and their NAS 1792 Series One-Lug counterparts form part of NAS high-strength, precision fasteners.  Sourced from quality manufacturers they are offered as part of our own labelled (AVIATIONEU NEW ERA) product lines in different materials, finishes, thread sizes and dimensions in inches.

(*) also termed as plate nuts, anchor nuts or anchor plates.

AVIATIONEU NEW ERA...

National Aerospace Standards (NAS) are voluntary standards developed and maintained by committees and working groups of subject matter experts from member companies of the U.S. Aerospace Industries Association (AIA).

These standards have served as the foundation for the development of aircraft, spacecraft, watercraft, ground vehicles, machinery, and electronics.

NAS parts are most well-known for state-of-the-art, high-strength, precision fasteners, electrical connectors, splices and terminations, rod end bearings, and many other types of hardware and components. The NA prefix relates to metric standards. 

NAS1473 Series Floating Self-Locking Two-Lug Capped Nut Plates (*) and their NAS1474 Series counterparts with reduced rivet spacing allow for a stronger, more secure hold when installing bolts on thin or unstable surfaces. The nutplates are capped, meaning the end of the bolt will be completely protected. Both are are manufactured from cadmium plated steel or corrosion resistant (stainless) steel (CRES). Sourced from quality manufacturers they are offered as part of our own labelled (AVIATIONEU NEW ERA) product lines in different materials, finishes, thread sizes and dimensions in inches. They come with or without lubrication. Sold in pieces or pacls of specified number of nutplates appearing in the product reference number (SKU) after the letters "PK".

The following letters in their part numbers indicate their composition and lubrication ("K" indicates need for stiffening flange).

A - Cad plated Steel Nut & Shell with Aluminum Alloy or Steel Washer, Fuel Resistant Seal 225 deg. F,Dry Film Lubricated 

X - Same as A without Dry Film Lubricant 

S - Cad plated Steel Nut Shell & Washer, Fuel Resistant Seal 350 deg. F,Dry Film Lubricated 

Y - Same as S without Dry Film Lubricant 

C - CRES Nut silver plated Shell & Washer, Non-Fuel Resistant Seal 450 deg. F

R - CRES Nut Shell & Washer, Fuel Resistant Seal 225 deg. F,Dry Film Lubricated 

F - CRES Nut Shell & Washer, Fuel Resistant Seal 350 deg. F, Dry Film Lubricated 

(*) also termed as plate nuts, anchor nuts or anchor plates. These terms are used interchangeably to describe the respective fasteners. 

AVIATIONEU NEW ERA...

Floating nut plates are low profile and lightweight plates used to install a captive nut behind a panel. The floating nut allows for an assembly that is not perfectly aligned. 

MS21075/MS21076 Series nut plates (*) are offered as part of AVIATIONEU NEW ERA product lines. Sourced from quality manufacturers they are are floating self-locking, two lug, low height,reduced rivet spacing nut plates.

Those included in MS21075 series are manufactured from cadmium plated carbon steel while the MS21076 nut plates are produced from corrosion resistant steel (CRES). They are available in different Unified thread sizes, with or without eyelets and come with or without a dry film lube. Nut plates with a dry film lube are specified by the letter "L" in the part number. The letter “E” at the end of the part number denotes a nutplate with eyelets while the letter “N” denotes a nutplate  without eyelets.

Competitively priced, these nut plates are cost effective alternatives to the respective OEM parts. They are usually sold in pieces but packs are also used where the number of anchor nuts per pack is indicated after the letters "PK" in the product SKU. Appearing prices are always for the used units of measurement each time. For additional information, please refer to the product specifications or contact us.

(*) Anchor nuts (aka nut plates or anchor plates) are stamped sheet metal fasteners are used in blind mounted panel applications, where it is impractical to use hex nuts or where it is desirable to have an attached nut for ease of maintenance. They are usually riveted to a workpiece and have an internally threaded tube and a plate with two clearance holes for rivets. These terms are used interchangeably to describe the respective fasteners. 

AVIATIONEU NEW ERA...

MS21073/MS21074 Series nut plates (*) are offered as part of AVIATIONEU NEW ERA product lines. Sourced from quality manufacturers they are fixed self-locking, low height corner miniature nut plates. Those included in MS21073 series are manufactured from cadmium plated carbon steel while the MS21074 nutplates are produced from corrosion resistant steel (CRES). They are available in different Unified thread sizes, with plain or countersunk rivet holes on each side and come with or without a dry film lube.

Nut plates with a dry film lube are specified by the letter "L" in the part number. Nut plates with countersunk rivet holes are specified by the letter "K" at the end of the part number.

Competitively priced, these nut plates are cost effective alternatives to the respective OEM parts. They are usually sold in pieces but packs are also used where the number of anchor nuts per pack is indicated after the letters "PK" in the product SKU. Appearing prices are always for the used units of measurement each time. For additional information, please refer to the product specifications or contact us.

(*) Anchor nuts (aka nut plates or anchor plates) are stamped sheet metal fasteners are used in blind mounted panel applications, where it is impractical to use hex nuts or where it is desirable to have an attached nut for ease of maintenance. They are usually riveted to a workpiece and have an internally threaded tube and a plate with two clearance holes for rivets. These terms are used interchangeably to describe the respective fasteners. 

AVIATIONEU NEW ERA...

MS21071/MS21072 Series nut plates (*) are offered as part of AVIATIONEU NEW ERA product lines. Sourced from quality manufacturers they are fixed low height self-locking, one lug, reduced rivet spacing miniature nutplates. Those included in MS21071 series are manufactured from cadmium plated carbon steel while the MS21072 nutplates are produced from corrosion resistant steel (CRES). They are available in different Unified thread sizes, with plain or countersunk rivet holes on each side and come with or without a dry film lube. MS21071/MS21072 Series are superseded by NASM21071/NASM21072 series respectively.

Nut plates with a dry film lube are specified by the letter "L" in the part number. Nut plates with countersunk rivet holes are specified by the letter "K" at the end of the part number.

Competitively priced, these nut plates are cost effective alternatives to the respective OEM parts. They are usually sold in pieces but packs are also used where the number of anchor nuts per pack is indicated after the letters "PK" in the product SKU. Appearing prices are always for the used units of measurement each time. For additional information, please refer to the product specifications or contact us.

(*) Anchor nuts (aka nut plates or anchor plates) are stamped sheet metal fasteners are used in blind mounted panel applications, where it is impractical to use hex nuts or where it is desirable to have an attached nut for ease of maintenance. They are usually riveted to a workpiece and have an internally threaded tube and a plate with two clearance holes for rivets. These terms are used interchangeably to describe the respective fasteners. 

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Floating nut plates are low profile and lightweight nut plates used to install a captive nut behind a panel. The floating nut plate (aka anchor nut) allows for an assembly that is not perfectly aligned. 

MS21061/MS21062 Series nut plates (*) are offered as part of AVIATIONEU NEW ERA product lines. Sourced from quality manufacturers they are floating low height self-locking, one lug  anchor nuts. Those included in MS21061 series are manufactured from cadmium plated carbon steel while the MS21062 nutplates are produced from corrosion resistant steel (CRES). They are available in different Unified thread sizes, with plain or countersunk rivet holes on each side and come with or without a dry film lube. 

Nut plates with a dry film lube are specified by the letter "L" in the part number. Nut plates with countersunk rivet holes are specified by the letter "K" at the end of the part number.

Competitively priced, these nut plates are cost effective alternatives to the respective OEM parts. They are usually sold in pieces but packs are also used where the number of anchor nuts per pack is indicated after the letters "PK" in the product SKU. Appearing prices are always for the used units of measurement each time. For additional information, please refer to the product specifications or contact us.

(*) Anchor nuts (aka nut plates or anchor plates) are stamped sheet metal fasteners are used in blind mounted panel applications, where it is impractical to use hex nuts or where it is desirable to have an attached nut for ease of maintenance. They are usually riveted to a workpiece and have an internally threaded tube and a plate with two clearance holes for rivets. These terms are used interchangeably to describe the respective fasteners. 

AVIATIONEU NEW ERA...

Floating nut plates are low profile and lightweight nut plates used to install a captive nut behind a panel. The floating nut plate (aka anchor nut) allows for an assembly that is not perfectly aligned. 

MS21059/MS21060 Series nut plates (*) are offered as part of AVIATIONEU NEW ERA product lines. Sourced from quality manufacturers they are floating low height self-locking, two lug  anchor nuts. Those included in MS21059 series are manufactured from cadmium plated carbon steel while the MS21060 nutplates are produced from corrosion resistant steel (CRES) and silver plated. They are available in different Unified thread sizes, with plain or countersunk rivet holes on each side and come with or without a dry film lube. 

Nut plates with a dry film lube are specified by the letter "L" in the part number. Nut plates with countersunk rivet holes are specified by the letter "K" at the end of the part number.

Competitively priced, these nut plates are cost effective alternatives to the respective OEM parts. They are usually sold in pieces but packs are also used where the number of anchor nuts per pack is indicated after the letters "PK" in the product SKU. Appearing prices are always for the used units of measurement each time. For additional information, please refer to the product specifications or contact us.

(*) Anchor nuts (aka nut plates or anchor plates) are stamped sheet metal fasteners are used in blind mounted panel applications, where it is impractical to use hex nuts or where it is desirable to have an attached nut for ease of maintenance. They are usually riveted to a workpiece and have an internally threaded tube and a plate with two clearance holes for rivets. These terms are used interchangeably to describe the respective fasteners. 

AVIATIONEU NEW ERA...

MS21055/MS21056 Series nut plates (*) are offered as part of AVIATIONEU NEW ERA product lines. Sourced from quality manufacturers they are fixed self-locking, low height corner nut plates.  MS21055 series nut plates are manufactured from cadmium plated carbon steel while MS21056 nut plates are produced from corrosion resistant steel (CRES). They are available in different Unified thread sizes, with plain or countersunk rivet holes and come with or without a dry film lube. Nut plates with a dry film lube are specified by the letter "L" in the part number. Nut plates with countersunk rivet holes are specified by the letter "K" at the end of the part number.

Competitively priced, these nut plates are cost effective alternatives to the respective OEM parts. They are usually sold in pieces but packs are also used where the number of anchor nuts per pack is indicated after the letters "PK" in the product SKU. Appearing prices are always for the used units of measurement each time. For additional information, please refer to the product specifications or contact us.

(*) Anchor nuts (aka nut plates or anchor plates) are stamped sheet metal fasteners are used in blind mounted panel applications, where it is impractical to use hex nuts or where it is desirable to have an attached nut for ease of maintenance. They are usually riveted to a workpiece and have an internally threaded tube and a plate with two clearance holes for rivets. These terms are used interchangeably to describe the respective fasteners. 

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MS21051/MS21052 Series nut plates (*) are offered as part of AVIATIONEU NEW ERA product lines. Sourced from quality manufacturers they are fixed self-locking, low height, one lug, standard rivet spacing nut plates.  MS21051 series nut plates are manufactured from cadmium plated carbon steel while MS21052 nut plates are produced from corrosion resistant steel (CRES). They are available in different Unified thread sizes, with plain or countersunk rivet holes and come with or without a dry film lube. Nut plates with a dry film lube are specified by the letter "L" in the part number. Nut plates with countersunk rivet holes are specified by the letter "K" at the end of the part number.

Competitively priced, these nut plates are cost effective alternatives to the respective OEM parts. They are usually sold in pieces but packs are also used where the number of anchor nuts per pack is indicated after the letters "PK" in the product SKU. Appearing prices are always for the used units of measurement each time. For additional information, please refer to the product specifications or contact us.

(*) Anchor nuts (aka nut plates or anchor plates) are stamped sheet metal fasteners are used in blind mounted panel applications, where it is impractical to use hex nuts or where it is desirable to have an attached nut for ease of maintenance. They are usually riveted to a workpiece and have an internally threaded tube and a plate with two clearance holes for rivets. These terms are used interchangeably to describe the respective fasteners. 

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MS21049/MS21050 Series nut plates (*) are offered as part of AVIATIONEU NEW ERA product lines. Sourced from quality manufacturers they are low height fixed self-locking two-lug reduced rivet spacing nut plates.  MS21049 series nut plates are manufactured from cadmium plated steel while those in MS21050 series are produced from corrosion resistant steel and silver plated. They are available in different Unified thread sizes, with plain or countersunk rivet holes on each side and come with or without a dry film lube. Nut plates with a dry film lube are specified by the letter "L" in the part number. Nut plates with countersunk rivet holes are specified by the letter "K" at the end of the part number.

Competitively priced, these nut plates are cost effective alternatives to the respective OEM parts. They are usually sold in pieces but packs are also used where the number of anchor nuts per pack is indicated after the letters "PK" in the product SKU. Appearing prices are always for the used units of measurement each time. For additional information, please refer to the product specifications or contact us.

Note: Depending on availability,these parts part may be supplied without or with Dry-Film Lubricant indicated by letter "L" in the SKU.

(*) Anchor nuts (aka nut plates or anchor plates) are stamped sheet metal fasteners are used in blind mounted panel applications, where it is impractical to use hex nuts or where it is desirable to have an attached nut for ease of maintenance. They are usually riveted to a workpiece and have an internally threaded tube and a plate with two clearance holes for rivets. These terms are used interchangeably to describe the respective fasteners. 

AVIATIONEU NEW ERA...

The MS21048/NAS680 Series are Fixed Low Height Self-Locking Two-Lug CRES nutplates (*) offered as part of AVIATIONEU NEW ERA product lines. Sourced from quality manufacturers, these nutplates are made from Corrosion Resistant Steel (CRES) A286 (UNS S66 286) in 450 ° F and 800 ° F versions with a passivated finish.  They are same as those of MS21047series except that they are made from stainless steel and silver plated (800 ° F only). They have a nylon insert and are available in different Unified thread sizes, with plain rivet or countersunk rivet holes on each side and come with or without a dry film lubricant (450 ° F only). MS21048 nutplates supercede AN362, AN366, NAS680  and they are superseded by NASM21048 series. The Part Identification Number (PIN) for MS21048 and the part number for NASM21048 are identical. The part numbers have not been changed.

Nutplates with a dry film lube are specified by the letter "L" in the part number.

Nutplates with countersunk rivet holes are specified by the letter "K" in the end of the part number.

Competitively priced, these nut plates are usually sold in packs where the number of anchor nuts per pack is indicated after the letters "PK" in the product SKU. Appearing prices are always for the used units of measurement each time. For additional information, please refer to the product specifications or contact us.

(*) Anchor nuts (aka nut plates or anchor plates) are stamped sheet metal fasteners are used in blind mounted panel applications, where it is impractical to use hex nuts or where it is desirable to have an attached nut for ease of maintenance. They are usually riveted to a workpiece and have an internally threaded tube and a plate with two clearance holes for rivets. These terms are used interchangeably to describe the respective fasteners. 

AVIATIONEU NEW ERA MS21078...

Sourced from quality manufacturers and offered as part of AVIATIONEU NEW ERA product lines, MS21078 Series Nut Plates are are fixed self locking 2-lug nut plates with elastic insert and plain rivet holes (*). Made from cadmium plated steel 

 they are available in different Unified thread sizes and replace respective AN366F series nut plates. Competitively priced, these anchor nuts are cost effective alternatives to the respective OEM parts. They are usually sold in pieces but packs are also used where the number of anchor nuts per pack is indicated after the letters "PK" in the product SKU. Appearing prices are always for the used units of measurement each time. For additional information, please refer to the product specifications or contact us.

(*) Anchor nuts (aka nut plates or anchor plates) are stamped sheet metal fasteners are used in blind mounted panel applications, where it is impractical to use hex nuts or where it is desirable to have an attached nut for ease of maintenance. They are usually riveted to a workpiece and have an internally threaded tube and a plate with two clearance holes for rivets. These terms are used interchangeably to describe the respective fasteners. 

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Sourced from quality manufacturers and offered as part of AVIATIONEU NEW ERA product lines, MS21069/MS21070 Series are fixed self-locking, two lug, reduced rivet spacing low height miniature nut plates (*). MS21069 series nut plates are made from cadmium plated steel while those of MS21070 series from corrosion resistant steel (CRES). They come in different Unified Thread sizes with plain or countersunk rivet holes on each side,  with or without a dry film lube. 

Nut plates with a dry film lube are specified by the letter "L" in the part number while those with countersunk rivet holes are specified by the letter "K" at the end of the part number. 

MS21069/MS21070 Series are superseded by NASM21069/NASM21070 series respectively. Competitively priced, these nut plates are cost effective alternatives to the respective OEM parts. They are sold in pieces, usually in packs where the number of anchor nuts per pack is indicated after the letters "PK" in the product SKU. Appearing prices are per piece. For additional information, please refer to the product specifications or contact us.

Note: Depending on availability,these parts part may be supplied without or with Dry-Film Lubricant indicated by letter "L" in the SKU.

(*) Anchor nuts (aka nut plates or anchor plates) are stamped sheet metal fasteners are used in blind mounted panel applications, where it is impractical to use hex nuts or where it is desirable to have an attached nut for ease of maintenance. They are usually riveted to a workpiece and have an internally threaded tube and a plate with two clearance holes for rivets. These terms are used interchangeably to describe the respective fasteners. 

AVIATIONEU NEW ERA...

A.RAYMOND/TINNERMAN® (*) popular fasteners are offered in convenient packs as part of our own labelled (AVIATIONEU NEW ERA) product lines to serve different aerospace, automotive, appliance assembly HVAC and other application requirements. AVIATIONEU NEW ERA TINNERMAN® Nut Packs include different types, such as U or Flat-Type and anchor nuts, in NEW CONDITION under different A.RAYMOND/TINNERMAN® brands (PALNUT® self-locking threaded stamped nuts, ON-SERTS® and SPEED NUTS®). Made from spring steel, resistant to vibrational loosening to prevent the need for a lock washer, these fasteners are available in a variety of finishes including: phosphate, zinc or plain. They can be installed with common hand tools.

These packs are sold individually and include a specified number of fasteners of the respective TINNERMAN® part number per pack indicated after the letters "PK" in our product reference number (SKU). They are now offered in discounted prices per pack for clearance of our surplus stocks. Available for immediate shipping till their stock exhaustion. Additional volume discounts apply. Parts are accompanied by our Certificate of Conformance. Shipping to customer destination can be arranged at additional charge. Contact us for more details.

Our current surplus stock TINNERMAN® Nut Packs include (quantities in pieces per pack):

TINNERMAN® U-Type Nuts: A1348-8Z-1D/NAS395-17 (repl. D1274-8-1, A1758-10Z-1D/NAS395-24, A1784-6Z-1D/NAS395-6, A1785-6Z-1D/NAS395-7 (same as A1785-6Z1), A1786-8Z-1D/NAS395-12, A1787-8Z-1D/NAS395-18, A1787-10Z-1D/NAS395-22, A1789-8Z-1D/NAS395-16, D1274-8-1

TINNERMAN® Anchor Nuts: A06191-6Z-1D (repl. PN. A6191-6Z1D), A06191-8Z-1D (repl. PN. A6191-8Z1D), A06195-6Z-1D (repl. PN. A6195-6Z1D), A06195-8Z-1D (repl. PN. A6195-8Z1D)

TINNERMAN® SPEED NUTS® Flat Type Nuts of various screw sizes and finishes: #4A P.O (FN7-4A-PO), #6A P.O ( FN7-6A-PO), #8A P.O (FN7-8A-PO), #10A P.O (FN7-10A-PO), C8125-10-4  TINNERMAN Style Flat-Type Nut 

(*) TINNERMAN® is a registered trademark of A. RAYMOND & CIE. AVIATIONEU SUPPLIES & SERVICES DOES NOT manufacture these nuts. They are sourced from TINNERMAN® nut producers.

AVIATIONEU NEW ERA...

Sourced from quality manufacturers and offered as part of AVIATIONEU NEW ERA product lines, MS21047 Series Anchor Nuts (Nut Plates) (*) are fixed self locking elastic insert 2-lug nut plates made of cadmium plated steel with nylon insert and plain rivet holes. They come in different Unified thread sizes to meet application requirements and replace respective AN366F series nut plates. Competitively priced, these nut plates are cost effective alternatives to the respective OEM parts. They are usually sold in pieces but packs are also used where the number of anchor nuts per pack is indicated after the letters "PK" in the product SKU. Appearing prices are always for the used units of measurement each time. Matching rivets are sold separately (please refer to the respective product presentations). For additional information, please refer to the product specifications or contact us.

Note: Depending on availability,these parts part may be supplied without or with Dry-Film Lubricant indicated by letter "L" in the SKU.

(*) Anchor nuts (aka nut plates or anchor plates) are stamped sheet metal fasteners are used in blind mounted panel applications, where it is impractical to use hex nuts or where it is desirable to have an attached nut for ease of maintenance. They are usually riveted to a workpiece and have an internally threaded tube and a plate with two clearance holes for rivets. These terms are used interchangeably to describe the respective fasteners. 

HOWMET AEROSPACE (ALCOA...

A plate nut, also known as a nut plate, anchor nut or anchor plate, is a stamped sheet metal nut that is usually riveted to a workpiece. They have a long tube that is internally threaded and a plate with two clearance holes for rivets. These terms are used interchangeably throughout product presentations to describe respective products. Floating nut plates are low profile and lightweight plates used to install a captive nut behind a panel. The floating nut allows for an assembly that is not perfectly aligned. These lightweight, low-profile nut plates are designed for blind mounted applications where it is impractical to use hex nuts or where it is desirable to have an attached nut for ease of maintenance. 

ALCOA FASTENING SYSTEMS (ALCOA), a business unit of  HOWMET AEROSPACE, is one of the largest manufacturers of aerospace hardware in the world. HOWMET AEROSPACE SIMLOC® Metric (*) Anchor Nuts, both fixed and floating, are manufactured from cadmium plated steel alloy unless otherwise specified and offered in standard and miniature versions, different types (e.g. one lug, two lugs) and specifications to meet application requirements. 

HOWMET AEROSPACE SIMLOC® SF5005 Series anchor nuts are Metric floating  two-lug anchor nuts made of Corrosion Resistant Steel (CRES) and silver plated in accordance with EN 2786. Thread profile is ISO M in accordance with NF L 05-220.

They can be used to temperatures up to 800°F - 425°C. Their strength is 160KSI - 1100Mpa. Sold mostly in pieces or in packs where the number of nuts per pack is indicated after the letters "PK" in the product SKU.

Please refer to specification data provided or contact us for additional information.

(*) Metric threads are designated by the letter M followed by the nominal major diameter of the thread and the pitch in millimeters. For example M10 x 1.0 indicates that the major diameter of the thread is 10mm and the pitch is 1.0mm. 

HOWMET AEROSPACE (ARCONIC)...

A plate nut, also known as a nut plate, anchor nut or anchor plate, is a stamped sheet metal nut that is usually riveted to a workpiece. They have a long tube that is internally threaded and a plate with two clearance holes for rivets. These terms are used interchangeably throughout product presentations to describe respective products. Floating nut plates are low profile and lightweight plates used to install a captive nut behind a panel. The floating nut allows for an assembly that is not perfectly aligned. These lightweight, low-profile nut plates are designed for blind mounted applications where it is impractical to use hex nuts or where it is desirable to have an attached nut for ease of maintenance. 

HOWMET AEROSPACE (ARCONIC) FM5000 Series anchor nuts are floating  two-lug anchor nuts offered in Metric sizes. The are are made of C1050 carbon Steel per AMS5085 (UNS G10500) specification. Thread profile is UNJ inch in accordance with ISO 5855/1.They are cadmium plated per AMS-QQ-P-416, Type II, Class 2 plus Kaylube molybdenum disulfide dry film lubricant per MIL-L-46010. They can be used to temperatures up to 235°C.

FM5000 Series anchor nuts  are sold mostly in pieces or in packs where the number of nuts per pack is indicated after the letters "PK" in the product SKU.

HOWMET AEROSPACE (ARCONIC)...

K1000 series (full size) and MK1000 series (Miniature) fixed self-locking two-lug nut plates by HOWMET AEROSPACE (ARCONIC) are made from cadmium plated carbon steel and are offered in different thread sizes, with plain rivet or countersunk rivet holes, with or without a dry film lube. Nut plates with a dry film lube are specified by the letter "L" while those with countersunk rivet holes are specified by the letter "K" in the end of the part number. They comform with MS21047, NAS680, NAS1023A specifications. MS21047 nut plates are superseded by NASM21047 series. For additional information, please refer to the product specifications or contact us.

Certification Details:

MS21047F, MILITARY SPECIFICATION SHEET: Nut, Self-Locking, Plate, Two Lug, Floating, Low Height Steel, 125 KSI FTU, 450 Deg. F (01 Feb 1994) [Superseded by NASM21047].

(*) Anchor nuts (aka nut plates or anchor plates) are stamped sheet metal fasteners are used in blind mounted panel applications, where it is impractical to use hex nuts or where it is desirable to have an attached nut for ease of maintenance. They are usually riveted to a workpiece and have an internally threaded tube and a plate with two clearance holes for rivets. These terms are used interchangeably to describe the respective fasteners. 

HOWMET AEROSPACE (ARCONIC)...

A plate nut, also known as a nut plate, anchor nut or anchor plate, is a stamped sheet metal nut that is usually riveted to a workpiece. They have a long tube that is internally threaded and a plate with two clearance holes for rivets. These terms are used interchangeably throughout product presentations to describe respective products.

MF5000/MS21075 Series Μiniature floating two-lug nut plates by HOWMET AEROSPACE (ARCONIC) are made from carbon steel and cadmium plated. Similar to F5000/MS21059 Series but with a reduced rivet spacing. They are superseded by NASM21075 series.

Certification Details:

MS21075H, MILITARY SPECIFICATION SHEET: Nut, Self-Locking, Plate, Two Lug, Floating, Low Height, Reduced Rivet Spacing, Steel, 125 KSI FTU, 450 Deg. F (28 Feb 1995) [Superseded by NASM21075].

HOWMET AEROSPACE (ARCONIC)...

A plate nut, also known as a nut plate, anchor nut or anchor plate, is a stamped sheet metal nut that is usually riveted to a workpiece. They have a long tube that is internally threaded and a plate with two clearance holes for rivets. These terms are used interchangeably throughout product presentations to describe respective products.

Floating nut plates are low profile and lightweight plates used to install a captive nut behind a panel. The floating nut allows for an assembly that is not perfectly aligned. These lightweight, low-profile nut plates are designed for blind mounted applications where it is impractical to use hex nuts or where it is desirable to have an attached nut for ease of maintenance. 

F5000 Series floating  two-lug anchor nuts (nut plates) by HOWMET AEROSPACE (ARCONIC) are made of C1050 carbon Steel per AMS5085 (UNS G10500) or 8740 alloy steel per AMS6322 (UNS G87400). Their basket is made from  C1050 carbon steel per AMS5085 (UNS G10500).

Thread profile is UNJ inch in accordance with SAE Aerospace Standard AS8879.They are offered in the following finishes:

F5000 - Cadmium plate per AMS-QQ-P-416, Type II, Class 2 plus Kaylube molybdenum disulfide dry film lubricant per AS5272, Type I.

F5000X - Cadmium plate per AMS-QQ-P-416, Type II, Class 2.

F5000-CW - Cadmium plate per AMS-QQ-P-416, Type II, Class 2 and carbowax.

They are superseded by NASM21059 series.

Certification Details:

MS21059J, MILITARY SPECIFICATION SHEET: Nut, Self-Locking, Plate, Two Lug, Floating, Low Height Steel, 125 KSI FTU, 450 Deg. F (01 Feb 1994) [Superseded by NASM21059].

F5001 Series HOWMET AEROSPACE (ARCONIC) floating  two-lug anchor nuts are made of A286 corrosion resistant steel per AMS 5255, or AMS 5732. Thread profile is UNJ inch in accordance with SAE Aerospace Standard AS8879. Nut is finished with Kaylube molybdenum disulfide dry lubricant coat per AS5272, Type I. Basket is either passivated per AMS2700 or Kaylube finished. Other features include:

PERFORMANCE: NASM25027

FLOATABILITY: .030 min. radially from centered position.

TEMPERATURE: 450°F

VARIATIONS:

"P" for bottom projection weld nibs. Example: F5001-4P.

"BC" for bottom countersunk rivet holes. Example: F5001-4BC.

F5000 and F5001 Series anchor nuts  are sold in pieces or in packs where the number of nuts per pack is indicated after the letters "PK" in the product SKU.