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Aluminium Pozi Countersunk Head Screws (DIN 965)

Aluminium Pozi Countersunk Head Screws are created to DIN 965 standard and are considered an improved version of the Phillips Drive Screw – providing more resistance to cam out and allowing greater torque levels to be applied.

Aluminium is strong, hosts great corrosion resistance and has many other positives – but is often favoured in fasteners due to its lightweight nature, that allow for weight savings in the automotive and aerospace industries.

Aluminium Pozi Countersunk Head Screws are available as standard in sizes ranging from M3 to M6.

Non-standard sizes are available to order as specials, including custom parts made to drawings.
aluminium pozi countersunk technical drawing

Metric Technical Information & Available Sizes
Thread Diameters M3 M4 M5 M6
d2 max. (mm) 5.6
7.5
9.2
11
k max. (mm) 1.65 2.2
2.5
3
m (mm) 2.8 4
4.4
6.1
Available Sizes M3 M4 M5 M6
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