What Head Types do PEEK Screws come in? - High Performance Polymer-Plastic Fastener Components

What Head Types do PEEK Screws come in?

There are several different types of heads that can be found on PEEK screws, including:

PEEK Flat head Screws: This type of head has a flat top and a tapered bottom, and sits flush with the surface when installed.

PEEK Round head Screws: This type of head has a rounded top and a tapered bottom, and sits above the surface when installed.

PEEK Pan head Screws: This type of head has a rounded top and a flat bottom, and sits above the surface when installed.

PEEK Truss head Screws: This type of head has a low, wide profile and a flat bottom, and sits above the surface when installed.

PEEK Fillister head Screws: This type of head has a slightly rounded top and a cylindrical bottom, and sits above the surface when installed.

PEEK Cheese head SCREWS: This type of head is similar to the fillister head but with a smaller head height and a cylindrical bottom, and sits above the surface when installed.

PEEK Button head SCREWS: This type of head has a low profile and a rounded top, and sits flush with the surface when installed.

PEEK Hex head SCREWS: This type of head has six flat sides and a cylindrical bottom, and sits above the surface when installed.

PEEK Socket head SCREWS: This type of head has a hexagonal recess in the top and a cylindrical bottom, and sits flush with the surface when installed.

PEEK Cap head SCREWS: This type of head has a rounded top and a cylindrical bottom, and sits above the surface when installed.