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The socket head enables driving where there is not sufficient space for wrenches or sockets. The point at the threaded end of the socket cap screw is machined flat so it will fit into a drilled hole. Socket button head ; Material. Stainless steel 18-8. heremon stainless steel for general hardware use. Stainless steel 18-8 black oxide finish Fastener Express offers one of the largest selection of high quality fasteners on the web. Specializing in aluminum screws , nuts and washers.
Count on Imperial Supplies for Button Head Machine Screws . Log-in or register to view your pricing on all Button Head Machine Screws products. Exclusive Everbilt 5/16 in.-18 tpi x 1 in. Stainless-Steel Button Head Socket Cap Screw (2-Piece) Model# 811438 $ 3 48 $ 3 48. Free delivery with $45 order. Set your store to see local availability Add to Cart. Compare. Exclusive Everbilt 3/8 in. x 16 tpi x 1 in. Stainless Steel Socket Cap Screw In addition to the 1960 series design, other head designs include low head , button head and flat head , the latter designed to be seated into countersunk holes. A hex key (sometimes referred to as an Allen wrench or Allen key ) or hex driver is required to tighten or loosen a socket screw .
They have a round cap with a hex head and are tightened with a socket wrench drive. Choose the right cap head for your specific application. Longer caps are easier to see when fastened, while button and flat head caps are less apt to snag clothing or linkages. Chrome cap screws have a great appearance.