- Brass provides corrosion resistance and offers thermal and electrical conductivity
- Phillips drive has an x-shaped slot that accepts a Phillips driver and is designed to prevent over-tightening
- Pan head has a flat top and short vertical sides with a rounded top edge
- Plain surface has no finish or coating
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Brass Machine Screw, Plain Finish, Pan Head, Phillips Drive, Right Hand Threads, Inch
|Price:||$4.19 - $65.70|
|System of Measurement||Inch|
|Thread Style||Right Hand|
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The brass machine screw has a plain finish and a pan head with a Phillips drive. Brass provides corrosion resistance and offers thermal and electrical conductivity. The material is nonmagnetic. The Phillips drive has an x-shaped slot that accepts a Phillips driver and is designed to allow the driver to slip out of the head to help prevent over-tightening and damage to the thread or fastener. The pan head has a flat top and short vertical sides with a rounded top edge.
Machine screws are threaded fasteners that are typically used with nuts or drilled and tapped (threaded) holes. Machine screws are available with a variety of head shapes, which determine how the screw interacts with the mating surface, and drive styles, which determine the type of driver required to install and remove the screw.
Top Customer Reviews
The second advantage of brass is that it is relatively corrosion resistant - it will eventually darken but never rust.
Brass is strong enough for most home uses - obviously for automotive or aircraft use stainless steel is required.
These are well made brass screws at a reasonable price.
Also worked great to fasten HDDs to standard cases
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I just love small screws. Not paying 3 bucks for 5 I love even more (Walthers!!!)Published 2 months ago by Erik D. Hilsinger
Exactly what I needed. I only needed 10, but heh we'll keep the balancePublished 2 months ago by Les Smart
The price was good but I had to tumble these to get the finish a bit better. These were dark due to storage tarnish. Otherwise OKPublished 8 months ago by God's Slave
Good quality. Hard to find brass screws anymore so now I have a good backstock.Published 14 months ago by Dodger Fan