Raised Slot-Head Wood Screws are generally used to attach wood to wood, although they can be found at times in hinges, handles and locks to wood – as they have a better grip in wood than some nails.
The screws can be driven and removed for adjustment without causing damage to the surrounding area.
The raised head is a cross between a countersunk and a round head as it combines the features of the two – allowing the component to be countersunk down enough that the slight dome of the raised head is flush with the wood for a pleasing aesthetical appearance.
The slot drive is able to be worked with a flat-bladed screwdriver due to the small amount of torque.
Available in a wide range of materials and finishes, with the sizes listed below available from stock and specials available to order.
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Technical Data & Available Sizes
|Available In All Materials & Finishes: Materials & Finishes List|
|8||3/4||1||1 1/4||1 1/2||1 3/4||2|
|10||1||1 1/4||1 1/2||1 3/4||2|