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Socket head cap Screw

  • As per DIN912
  • Range: M3 to M48
  • M3 to M24 by Cold Forging Process
  • M24 and Above by Hot Forging Process
  • Controlled hex socket for maximum wrenching strength.
  • Uniform socket depth for accurate key fit & higher torque.
  • Knurled head for finger grip fast assembly
  • Smooth fillet radius to withstand head soundness
  • Formed threads with improved root radius provide greater strength to threads.
  • Uniform & uninterrupted grain flow for greater strength.
  • Controlled mechanical properties for higher strength


Socket Set Screw

  • A set screw is a type of screw generally used to secure an object within or against another object. The most common examples are securing a pulley or gear to a shaft. Set screws are generally headless, meaning the screw is fully threaded and has no head sticking out past the diameter of the screw thread.
  • The set screw passes through a threaded hole in the outer object and is tightened against the inner object to prevent it from moving relative to the outer object. It exerts clamping force through the bottom tip that projects through the hole.
  • Set screws, though, do not come in one shape or size. There are several different variations of this fastener, all with different strengths and positive features. The variety is in the tip types. The different-shaped tips have unique properties that engineers can take advantage of
  • For example, a cone point type of set screw might be helpful if a detent was used to ensure proper nesting of the screw. A flat point screw could be more helpful if it needed to be pressed perfectly flat against the surface.

Other point types include:

  • Cup point: the most common type of set screw. This works well because the surface is rounded so that a small surface area is in contact but does not have high stress at one point like a cone set screw. The cup point set screw holds parts permanently and is designed for soft and hard surfaces.
  • Knurled cup: offers the advantage of a locking action that prevents the screws from working loose in high-vibration applications. The knurled cap set screw also holds parts permanently and is designed for soft and hard surfaces but resists vibration the best, even in poorly tapped holes, because of the locking action.
  • Flat set screw: readjusts without damaging the surface and aligns wells against ground flats. This can also act as an adjusting screw and can be used as backing for soft metal or plastic plugs.

Socket Counter Sunk Head (CSK)

  • Perfect angle under the head ensures flush seating.
  • Controlled hex socket for maximum wrenching strength.
  • Smooth fillet radius to withstand head soundness.
  • Hi-grade alloy steel for good strength & wear resistance.
  • Uniform socket depth for accurate key fit & higher torque.
  • Closely controlled threads under radius root process proper fit & depth assemblies
  • Controlled mechanical properties for higher strength.
  • Controlled concentricity in totality to create a high resistance to lateral movements


Button Head Cap Screw

  • Controlled hex socket for maximum wrenching strength.
  • Uniform socket depth for accurate key fit & higher torque.
  • Smooth fillet radius to withstand head soundness.
  • Formed threads with improved root radius provide greater strength to threads.
  • Uniform & uninterrupted grain flow for greater strength.
  • Controlled mechanical properties for higher strength
  • High grade alloy steel for good strength & wear resistance.
  • Smooth radiuses head ensures easy handling to the user.
  • Controlled concentricity in totality to create a high resistance to lateral movements


Hex Nuts

Hex Head Bolt / Screw

  • Controlled Hexagon for maximum wrenching strength.
  • Smooth fillet radius to withstand head soundness.
  • Formed threads with improved root radius provide greater strength to threads
  • Uniform & uninterrupted grain flow for greater strength.
  • Controlled mechanical properties for higher strength.
  • High quality steel for good strength & wear resistance.