High Corrosion Resistant Hex Socket Countersunk Head Screws host a hexagonal recess and are driven using a hex wrench or insert bit, making them much more efficient due to the higher resistance to cam out and ability to be used alongside power drivers.
They host a countersunk head, allowing them to be fitted flush in their target housing for an aesthetically pleasing appearance. The use of power drivers in installation allows them to be fastened quicker and also allows higher torque to be achieved.
Hex Socket Countersunk Head Screws can be found in applications where no screw head protrusion is allowed – but the countersunk head does reduce the maximum load capacity of the fasteners.
Duplex Stainless Steel Hex Socket Countersunk Head Screws host higher strength than their A2 or A4 Stainless Steel counterparts, as well as excellent corrosion resistance across a wide range of applications.
A5 Steel Hex Socket Countersunk Head Screws have a high wear resistance and fatigue life, and can often be found within the construction and the automotive industry, as well as more corrosion-inducing industries.
1.4529 HCR Grade A8 Steel Hex Socket Countersunk Head Screws have high corrosion resistance and improved resistance to stress corrosion cracking, and can often be found amongst offshore technology.
Other sizes and materials are available as specials, such as Super Duplex Stainless Steel, which can be used across a number of applications where the fastener would be exposed to corrosion or required to use high strength.
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|Metric Technical Information & Available Sizes|
|= Duplex Stainless Steel // = A5 Steel // = 1.4529 HCR Grade A8 Steel
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