Drive-in nuts are primarily used in wood construction. The nut is driven into a prepared drill hole and the teeth on the bottom of the engagement side are wedged into the material. Thus, a metallic thread can be quickly introduced into the material. The major advantage offered by drive-in nuts is that the connection can be reused without limitation. For example, this product is suitable for wood furniture, which must allow multiple assembly and disassembly processes. In addition, the flat engagement enables an almost flush closure with the wood; there is no protrusion or only minimal protrusion.
- B 65080