Nut in a cage – this is a connecting material designed to create a thread in a thin material, most often in sheet metal or plastic. The nuts are applied to predominantly square holes, but there are other designs.
The element itself then consists of a flexible sheet metal cage and freely moving nuts in it. The nuts in the cage are made in various materials that can also be combined, such as a steel cage / stainless steel nut under.
The advantage of the nuts in the cage is the possibility to remove them from the product at any time and move them to another place. They are then most often used in switchboard cabinets or servers, where the height of the shelves for individual components can be freely adjusted.
We provide a quantity discount, or special contract prices. However, we make quotations for most elements that exist on the market.