Sponsored by Star Stainless Screw Co.
You might think there is not a lot to know about nuts – and you would be right!
But what you don’t know could hurt you and cost you profits.
This webinar will bring you up to speed on:
- How nuts work (you probably don’t know)
- What specifications cover nuts – inch and metric
- Nut Markings
- How to tell how strong a nut is
- What nut to use with what bolt
- What re the most common mistakes when specifying and using nuts
- Recent changes to some important nut specifications
- Some of the latest technology in locking nuts
- Some of the oldest technology in locking nuts
- Value-added services the will make you a better nut supplier
- Problems with really, really small nuts
- Problems with really, really large nuts
This webinar will make you a nut expert!
This is a technical webinar, but appropriate for all levels of experience and positions in the fastener industry.
Instructor: Carmen Vertullo CFS
- Founder of Carver Consulting, a San Diego-based consulting, engineering and training company specializing in fasteners and bolted joints.
- Experience in fastener quality assurance, manufacturing, sales, and inventory management programs.
- Developed and teaches a series of advanced fastener training courses for the Fastener Training Institute®.
- Holds a BS in Manufacturing Engineering Technology from National University, San Diego, CA.
Date: Friday, November 16, 2018
Time: 11:00 a.m. PDT
Single Participant: $125.00
Multiple attendees: $225.00 Registrants for multiple attendees will receive a video/audio replay of the webinar accessible for 1 week.
Please contact Jo Morris for details on discounts and subscription package JoM@FastenerTraining.com or
562.473.5373 x 104
Cancellations and requests for refunds must be made no later than November 15, 2018.
Cancellations must be made with Jo Morris. Cancelling registration with GoToWebinar does not cancel class registration. Thank you.
The Fastener Training Institute reserves the right to change instructors or cancel seminars and cannot be held responsible for costs incurred other than the registration fee.