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The SNEP self-locking nut

The original single slotted self-locking nut developed in 1954 is still available today alongside a wider range of self-locking nuts. Despite major advances in technology, the single-slotted self locking nut still outperforms its rivals. Sometimes simplicity is better. SNEP slotted nuts combine both extreme vibration resistance with re-usability so you can rely on it time and time again.

 

SNEP slotted nuts offer the following features and benefits:



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The original single slotted self-locking nut developed in 1954 is still available today alongside a wider range of self-locking nuts. Despite major advances in technology, the single-slotted self locking nut still outperforms its rivals. Sometimes simplicity is better. SNEP slotted nuts combine both extreme vibration resistance with re-usability so you can rely on it time and time again.

 

SNEP slotted nuts offer the following features and benefits:

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