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6 Lobe Pin TX Pan Self Drill Security Screw

6 Lobe Pin TX Pan Self Drill Security Screws Stock Sizes

6 Lobe Pin TX Pan Self Drill Security Screws use a solid dowel in the drive, making them tamper-resistant against potential vandalism or theft. The design of this screw makes it suitable for medium torque applications.

6 lobe Pin TX Security screws offer medium security resistance against vandals and thieves at a relatively low cost.

Within the industry Pin TX security screws are also referred to by other names including Star Pin Drive, Tamper Torx ®, Torx® Pin, Resistorx® and 6 Lobe Pin.

Tamper Resistant 6 lobe Pin TX machine screws can be used with Pin TX Barrel Nuts, Security Wave Nuts, Shear Nuts, Kinmar Reusable Nuts, Kinmar Permanent Nuts, 4-Hole Nuts or for added security.

Please see the stock size chart and technical information for all available sizes.

Any non-listed sizes or materials can be manufactured to order, please call us or use the “Make an Enquiry” button above.

6 lobe pin tx pan self drill security screw technical drawing

6 Lobe Pin TX Pan Self Drill Security Screw
Gauge 4-40 8-32 No.8 (4.2mm) No. 10 (4.8mm) No. 12 (5.4mm) No. 14 (6.5mm)
DK (mm) CALL
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7.9
9.3
10.5 12.3
K (mm) CALL CALL
3.0 3.2
3.9 4.2
Tool Size CALL
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TX20 TX25
TX27 TX30
Available Sizes (mm) 4-40 8-32 No.8 (4.2mm) No. 10 (4.8mm) No. 12 (5.4mm) No. 14 (6.5mm)
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1″ (25) marker-image marker-image marker-image marker-image marker-image marker-image
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