|Size||M-5 TO M-10|
|Quantity Per Pack||200|
|Surface Treatment||ZINC BLUE PLATED|
Pan Head: The "pan head" refers to the shape of the screw's head. A pan head is rounded with a flat top, similar to a saucer. It offers a larger contact surface and a smooth finish. This type of head is commonly used when you want a screw that sits flush or slightly below the material's surface.
Phillips Drive: The "Phillips" drive type refers to the cross-shaped slot in the screw's head, which is designed to be driven using a Phillips screwdriver. It's a common and widely used drive type.
Self-Tapping: Self-tapping screws have a sharp point at the end that enables them to create their own threads as they are driven into the material. This eliminates the need for pre-drilled holes, making installation easier.
Zinc Blue Plated: The term "zinc blue plated" refers to the screw's finish or coating. Zinc plating provides corrosion resistance, and the blue color is often used for aesthetic purposes. The blue color can help distinguish these screws from others and may also indicate a specific type or coating for different applications.
Screws with these characteristics are commonly used in a variety of applications, including woodworking, metalworking, automotive, and construction. The zinc blue plating helps protect the screw from rust and corrosion, making them suitable for use in outdoor or damp environments. The pan head design provides a smooth and finished appearance on the surface where the screw is used, and the Phillips drive is a popular choice for ease of use with common screwdrivers. The self-tapping feature simplifies installation by allowing the screw to create its own threads without the need for a separate pilot hole. The specific size and thread type of the screw can vary based on the application and material you're working with.