Brass Fastener Screws

Brass Fastener Screws

DIN 84 Screw

DIN 404 Screws

DIN 7972 Screw

DIN 967 Screw

DIN 85 Screws

DIN 438 Screws

DIN 963 Screw

DIN 7971 Screw

DIN 95 Screws

DIN 571 Screws

DIN 912 Screw

DIN 7991 Screw

Material

  • Brass, Galvanized Steel, Stainless Steel A2, Stainless Steel A4

Application

  • Used for both interior and exterior work.
  • To hold objects together and to position objects.
  • Precision Screws for controlling motion rather than fastening.
  • For critical high-tensile-strength applications, low-grade screws may fail, resulting in damage or injury.

Benefits

  • Available with large and fine bush and head.
  • Screws are made with a concealed, small, cross, cylindrical, hemispherical and semi-hollow head.
  • Screw heads keep the screw from being driven deeper than the length of the screw and to provide a bearing surface.
  • Most Versatile and useful types of fasteners, Available in multiple sizes and styles.
  • Threaded Screws either have a tapered shank or a non-tapered shank.

Operation

  • For most screws, a coating, such as electroplating with zinc (galvanizing) or applying black oxide, is applied to prevent corrosion.
  • The Screw Threads are usually produced via thread rolling, however some are cut.
  • Three Steps in manufacturing Screws: Heading, Thread Rolling and Coating.
  • Screws with tapered shanks are designed to either be driven into a substrate directly or into a pilot hole in a substrate.
  • Screws with a non-tapered shank are designed to mate with a nut or to be driven into a tapped hole.
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