Stainless Steel Pan Head Screws
Stainless Steel Pan Head Screws are a great choice for applications that require a clean, polished finish. These stainless steel screws come in a variety of sizes and head types such as slotted and unslotted.
They also have a sharp point and self-tapping threads. They’re perfect for fastening sheet metal, wood and plastic to various materials.
Stainless Steel Sheet Metal Screws
Sheet metal screws are used to fasten thin, lightweight pieces of steel or other metals to wood, plastic or other materials. They come in a variety of sizes and thread pitches, but the type you need is largely determined by your project and material.
Self-drilling screws are a popular choice for a number of reasons. They don’t require pre-drilling, which saves time and labor costs and can also help preserve the integrity of the material by avoiding denting.
They are also corrosion-resistant, so they won’t rust in wet climates. They are available in a range of head types and finishes.
Stainless steel pan head screws are designed to attach thin sheet metal or plastic to wood or fiberglass. They are available in screw sizes #6 to #14 in 18-8 stainless steel.
They are a good choice for marine use, due to the 316 alloy being highly corrosion resistant. They also provide extra holding power over wood screws and are a great option for attaching hardware to cleats, chocks, hawsepipes, rub rails, stanchions and hinges.
Stainless Steel Countersunk Screws
Countersunk stainless steel pan head screws have a flat head that sits flush with the surface of the housing. This provides a clean and neat look for any project.
Accu offers a wide range of countersunk stainless steel pan head screws in different sizes and drive types, including security drives for high-security applications where vandalism and theft resistance are a concern. These screws also have a star-shaped depression on the head that prevents cam out.
These stainless steel pan head screws are designed to be removed and replaced without damaging the screw or material it connects to. This makes them a great choice for projects where regular maintenance is required.
These stainless steel pan head screws are made from case-hardened steel for maximum attachment strength and pressure-treated lumber use. They are available in #8 and #9 sizes and require no pre-drilling.
Stainless Steel Flat Washer Screws
Stainless steel flat washer screws are a great choice for any application where you need to improve stress distribution and protect the surface. They are used in all types of fastener assemblies and have a variety of uses such as distributing the load from a screw or bolt head over a larger surface area to prevent pull-through, damage, and bending.
They also come in different sizes, shapes and types of materials to match the needs of a particular project. Stainless steel is typically the preferred metal for washers since it can resist corrosion, rust and other harsh environments.
Galvanized carbon steel is another common material for washers. It has a zinc coating that helps to protect it from corrosion.
Other materials that are commonly used for washer production include aluminum and copper. Both of these metals have many characteristics that make them ideal for the production of washers, including their ductility, ability to conduct heat and electricity, and their flexibility.
Stainless Steel Slotted Screws
Stainless steel pan head screws offer a variety of benefits. They’re resistant to rust and corrosion, and they can last a long time without needing to be replaced. They’re also inexpensive and easy to clean, making them a great option for any project.
Several types of screw heads are available, including flat, round, oval, fillister and square. Each has a unique style and can be used for specific applications.
A common type is the flat head, which offers an ideal countersink for many materials and features self-drilling options with a drill point at the tip of the fastener.
Another popular type is the slot head, which has a rectangular opening in the head that can be fitted with any flat-edged tool. This is a popular choice for top end hinges, door handles, and catches.