Knurled threaded inserts are used in conjunction with fasteners. Inserts can be threaded to ensure a perfect fit with mating parts. Many insert applications are manufactured with threads for assembly of components. However, threading is not always a durable system as the threads molded into the application might wear or break if they are accessed regularly.
Knurled threaded inserts are durable and can assist in removal of the screw multiple times. Using the right product not only reduces chances of damage but also increases product reliability. This reduces time and money spent in repairs, maintenance, and unplanned downtime.
At Norwood, we provide a wide selection of traceable metals and plastics. High-grade materials are used to ensure durability and reliability. Knurled inserts are manufactured using the following materials:
One of the most commonly used products in this category is the brass knurled insert. Brass is a corrosion resistant material and knurled brass threaded inserts are durable and reliable. They are the preferred product across several industries looking for a resilient product that can also be plated.
Plastic products are used because they are extremely light yet tough. From aerospace to medical and manufacturing, metal, and plastic knurled inserts help improve application efficiency. Diverse materials can be used suitable for any application. Norwood Screw Machine has been serving the industry for over 55 years. We provide standard and custom knurled threaded inserts designed, manufactured, and tested for unparalleled performance.
Norwood is a privately owned custom screw machine parts manufacturer. For over 59 years we serve some of the largest corporations to the small company with a new product to develop. Whether a unique item with a one time requirement or a long running contract order with scheduled deliveries, Norwood Screw Machine Parts is the right choice for the job.
We know that we are - and should be - judged by how quickly, accurately and cost-effectively we meet our customer's needs. Our in-house quality assurance team begins the process with the receipt of an order. They maintain close communications with customers to ensure that customer goals are clearly understood and completely achieved.