|Minimum Order Quantity||1 Piece|
|Head Type||Pan Star / Cak star " B " type Self tapping screw|
|Type||Self tapping screw|
|Thread Style||Full Thread|
Type B Screws are a thread forming screw for use in heavier metal . 050 to . 200 thick. The type B screws have a larger root diameter with finer thread pitch for light and heavy sheet metal non - ferrous castings, plastics, impregnated plywood, combinations of materials, and other materials.
Available In Size #2 To #8
Available In Various Material Like
Mild Steel, Zinc Blue Plated
Stainless Steel, 202 / 304 / 316 / A2 / A4 / 18-8 S.S.
|Thread Type||SELF TAPPING|
|Size||M-3 TO M-10|
|Packaging Type||POLYTHIN BAG|
|Quantity Per Pack||100|
CSK (Countersunk) Head: The "CSK" in the name stands for "countersunk." Countersunk screws have a head with an angled or conical shape, allowing the screw to sit flush with the surface when driven into the material. This creates a smooth and even finish, which is particularly useful when appearance and aerodynamics are important.
Phillips Drive (Cross-recess): The term "Phillips" refers to the type of drive or screw head design. Phillips screws have a cross-shaped recess, which requires a Phillips screwdriver for installation. This design helps prevent cam-out (slippage) of the screwdriver during fastening.
B-Type: The "B-type" designation may refer to the specific design or application of the screw. B-type self-tapping screws are commonly used in woodworking and general fastening tasks. The B-type self-tapping screw typically features a sharp point to initiate the tapping process and cutting threads that allow it to create its own threaded hole as it is driven into the material.
Self-Tapping: Self-tapping screws have a cutting edge or sharp point at the tip that enables them to cut their own threads into the material as they are driven in. This eliminates the need for pre-drilling a hole, making the installation process faster and more convenient.
CSK Phillips B-type self-tapping screws are commonly used in various applications, including woodworking, construction, metalworking, and general-purpose fastening. They are often chosen when a flush or countersunk finish is desired, as they can be driven into the material without protruding. These screws are versatile and well-suited for a range of tasks where self-tapping capabilities and a Phillips drive are advantageous.