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Interesting lock washer technology: Nord-lock - January 4, 2016, 03:56 PM

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January 4, 2016, 04:16 PM

Interesting. If this washer method becomes standard protocol and spec in the engineering requirements community, the company's value will soar.

In the meantime a dab of LocTite Red or Rocksett is probably far cheaper and trust me, that nut is not backing off the bolt until you apply heat.



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January 4, 2016, 04:28 PM

Yea, this seems to be more for large industrial applications.

They point out in the video that LocTite does work well but requires the installer to properly apply it to each piece of hardware which adds time and creates room for error.

I agree with you that the company could be very successful if this takes off as industry standard.

Great concept in that the nut has to actually tighten before it can loosen.


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January 4, 2016, 06:02 PM

Pretty cool. Figured that the nylon was going to the do the best of that standard group.

Wondering what happens when the underlying surface is softer than the washer and can be chewed away.
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