Male-to-male spacers, also known as hexagonal threaded spacers or coupling nuts, are threaded components designed to connect two male-threaded fasteners or components while maintaining a specific separation distance. These spacers have threads on both ends, allowing them to be threaded onto two separate male-threaded components. By threading one fastener onto one end of the spacer and the other fastener onto the opposite end, they bridge the gap between the components, ensuring accurate alignment and providing structural support.
Male-to-male spacers are versatile and come in various lengths, making them suitable for applications where maintaining a secure connection and specified spacing between two male-threaded components is crucial. They find common use in construction, machinery, and diverse engineering applications.