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Steel Sheet Metal Screw, Zinc Plated Finish, Pan Head, Phillips Drive, 2-1/2" Length, #14 Threads (Pack of 100)


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Specifications for this item
Brand Name Small Parts
Color Name zinc
Drive Style Phillips
EAN 0082893449999
Exterior Finish Zinc Plating
Head Style Pan
Material Type Steel
Number of Items 100
Overall Length 2-1/2  inches
Part Number B000OD3WLW
Size Name #14
System of Measurement Inch
Thread Size #14
Thread Style Right Hand
UNSPSC Code 31161506
UPC 082893449999

Sheet metal screws have a pointed end and widely spaced threads. They're s... Read full product description



Product Features

  • Pointed end and widely spaced threads
  • Zinc Plated Steel fasteners are suitable where strength and corrosion resistance are primary considerations
  • Pan head allows for higher tightening torques
  • Phillips drive is designed to cam out under too much torque

Product Details


Product Description

Sheet metal screws have a pointed end and widely spaced threads. They're self-starting in thin sheet metal, but in thicker materials a drilled hole is recommended.

Steels are designated by a 4 number SAE Steel grade. The first two digits indicate the primary materials used to form the steel. The last 2 digits identify the percentage of carbon for the alloy (in hundredths). The steel used in these fasteners has a tensile strength ranging from 100,000 to 150,000 psi (pounds per square inch). Zinc Plating helps to prevent corrosion.

Pan head fasteners have a low, large cylindrical head with a high rounded top edge for higher tightening torques - these fasteners are often recommended to replace older head styles such as round, binding, or truss-head where possible. The Phillips drive style was originally designed so that the driver would slip out under extreme torque, preventing over-tightening and damage to the fastener or the material.


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