Polycarbonate Countersunk Flat Head Screws
Measurement System: Metric
Drive Type: Cross Recessed/Phillips
Continuous use temperature: 115°C/239°F
Flammability: UL94 V-2
Polycarbonate Countersunk Flat Head Screws conform to the following Standards/Norms:
All our Polycarbonate (PC) countersunk (also known as Flat Head) screws featured comply with DIN 965 specification and are transparent in colour.
HPP’s Countersunk screws are manufactured with a standard Phillips cross head drive type (ranging from drive #1 to #3), this allows for more than adequate torque for the fastener specification.
The standard head angle for all our countersunk screws is 90 Degrees.
Our PC screws are commonly used in general applications due to low unit costs, high impact strength and non-corrosive properties.
Certificate of conformity available on request.
Please find a link to our data sheet below.
What are Polycarbonate Countersunk Screws?
Polycarbonate countersunk screws, also known as counterbore screws, are screws with a conical head that is flush with the surface of the material into which it is installed. They are made of polycarbonate, a type of plastic that is known for its high strength and durability. Polycarbonate is a popular material for fasteners and other components because it is resistant to impact, wear, and other forms of damage.
Countersunk screws are typically used to fasten two pieces of material together in a way that allows the head of the screw to be hidden or recessed below the surface of the material. This can give a more aesthetically pleasing appearance and can also prevent the screw head from snagging on clothing or other objects. They are usually installed using a drill or screwdriver and are tightened until the head of the screw is flush with the surface of the material.
Polycarbonate countersunk screws are a good choice for applications where strength and durability are important factors. They are also resistant to corrosion, which makes them well-suited for use in outdoor or high-moisture environments. Like other types of screws, they are available in a range of sizes and thread types to suit different needs.
Polycarbonate countersunk screws are commonly used in a variety of industries, including construction, manufacturing, and automotive. They are often used to fasten components such as hinges, handles, and brackets to doors, cabinets, and other structures. They can also be used to fasten electrical components and other hardware in place.
The PC data sheet is available as a PDF to download below.
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|Countersunk/Flathead Screw Dimension Table (ISO 7046/DIN 965)
|Head Diameter (mm)
Dimensions for Polycarbonate Countersunk Flat Head Screws in all available sizes are shown according to the product drawing above.
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Certificate Of Conformity
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