The Difference Between Nuts and Bolts Comparison from Engineers Rail is here.
I’m going to discuss the top 15 distinctions between the nut and bolt, As you know these are fantastic tools for any workshop.
I’ll go right to the point of this session in order to save you time.
Meanwhile, If you want to know these tools in detail, I have a detailed blog post down below. I would highly recommend checking out this article before proceeding further-
So let’s start…
Difference Between Nuts and Bolts-
Here are some basic differences between these two tools-
|A nut is a mechanical threaded fastener which used to join two or more parts.
|A bolt is also a fastener which is used to join two or more parts with the help of a nut.
|The nut has an internally threaded design
|While the bolt has an external threaded design.
|The nut has a hollow cylindrical circular cross-sectional design.
|While Nut has a solid cylinder circular cross-section design.
|Basically, Nuts are fully threaded fasteners.
|The bolt can be fully threaded or partial threaded.
|Nuts are smaller in size
|While Bolts are larger in size
|Nuts do provide a locking mechanism
|The bolt does not provide any locking mechanism.
|Nuts don’t have a structure of the head
|While bolts do have heads and these heads can be in different sizes.
|Compressive stress is induced in Nuts
|Tensile stress is induced in bolts
|failure of the nut can be due to compressive stress.
|While Failure of a bolt can be due to tensile stresses.
|Nuts are made up of carbon steel
|Bolts are made up of high-grade steel with a mixture of nickel.
|Nuts are coated with zinc to prevent corrosion.
|Bolts are coated with brass, bronze, Zinc, titanium or stainless steel.
|Nuts are cheaper
|Bolts are expensive
|There are different types of nuts available in the market.
|Bolts are also different types
|The most common type of nut is basically a hexagonal nut.
|hexagonal bolt is also the most common and most used type of bolt.
|A nut can not be used without a bolt
|While some go with the bolt. This also can be used without a nut.
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Abhishek Tiwary is a blogger by passion and a Quality Engineer by profession. He completed his B.Tech degree in the year 2017. Now working in a reputed firm. He loves to share his knowledge with others.