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Insert Nuts Type D M6 x 13mm 50 Pack (59937)

For providing a strong, rigid finish when fixing panels and frames. Cross dowel bolt available separately.

  • Type D for a Flush Fitting

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Insert Nuts Type D M6 x 13mm 50 Pack is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 23.
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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Perfect Bought to repair our bed as the original ones had sheared the retaining fins. Biggest problem was finding them on the Screwfix website as I had no idea what they were called - had seen them on a previous visit so knew they were stocked. Very happy although would rather of had a pack of 10 than 50 :)
Date published: 2017-01-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Saved from botchers New Kitchen and Bedroom units assembled and fitted by cowboy fitter. Fitter used electric drill / screwdriver with pilot hole on laminate finish chip board. Used hinge screws. Every screw, over torqued and virtually stripped the chipboard. Door hinge assemblies pulling out, drawer runners hanging off after just a couple of weeks. Didn't want to know. Wouldn't take calls. Using the Insert Nuts Type D M6 x 13mm in 19mm chipboard. Pilot drilled to 7.6 mm and used a hex socket to screw in. Then used Socket Button Screws A2 Stainless Steel M6 x 16mm 50 Pack (28496), and reassembled. Now a solid fix. So if you've got laminated chipboard kitchen unit, bedroom units, or other wood chip furnishings that have stripped screws, this is the fix !!!
Date published: 2016-12-31
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Nuts about these Great little bit of nut. Didn't think would find a replacement. By screwfix to the rescue.
Date published: 2016-11-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Revamp garden bench Perfect for renewing garden bench slats. Saved buying new bench. Perfect summer job!
Date published: 2016-08-26
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2 Aug 2016
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Hello SusieGuitar, these are mild steel with zinc passivated coating thank you for using Q and A.
4 Aug 2016
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In assembling a wardrobe the fastening between hardboard back and chipboard side panel stripped the chipboard hole when the hardboard flexed.

Would these work to create a new hole in the chipboard to take a bolt or screw?
21 Jun 2016
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Hello,

We wouldn't be able to recommend a specific purpose for this other than what the manufacturer has stated: "For providing a strong, rigid finish when fixing panels and frames." Sorry we cannot be more specific as we do not know the intricacies of your task.

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21 Jun 2016
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As one of the other answers said, an 8mm drill and screwing in with an allen key works well.But I would add that you can try it in a piece of similar scrap wood, remove with the allen key, and then reuse for the correct piece..
15 Jun 2016
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I use 8mm pilot hole bit for solid soft wood. Use an allen key to slowly wind the insert into the hole. You will need to press firmly at first until it cuts its own thread in the pilot hole. Once the insert has cut its own thread you can wind it in completely flush for a very neat finish. For panels like ply or hardwood they also work very well but use a smaller pilot hole.
30 May 2016
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Answer: 
Hello Francesca,

This is a 'push-in' insert nut, therefore an M6 hole would be suitable and then the nut would need to be pushed/hammered into place.

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23 May 2016
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Hi Grittyman,

Yes this will work, there are also many Wiki's online showing how to best use these products as well to make sure that you get the best result.

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Specification
Bolt Size M6
Manufacturer Guarantee 1 Year Guarantee
Pack Size 50
Pieces in Pack/Case 50
Product Diameter M6 mm
Product Length 13 mm
Product Type Insert Nuts Type D