The Self-clinching stainless steel floating nut is a combination nut applied to a thin plate or sheet metal. The shape of the floating nut is circular, and a nut is embedded in the floating nut.
One end of the housing has embossed teeth and guide slots. The principle is that the embossed tooth is pressed into the prefabricated hole of the sheet metal, and generally, the diameter of the pre-set hole is slightly smaller than the embossing tooth of the pressure rivet nut, and the pressure of the floating nut's flower teeth is squeezed into the plate to cause the hole.
The surrounding plastic deformation occurs, the deformation is squeezed into the guide groove, resulting in a locking effect.
The installation method is the same with the pressure rivet nut. However, the production process is more complicated. It requires the automatic lathe to process two components separately, and then the milling machine mills out the four sides and combines them.