DIN EN 24017 Hex Screws
DIN EN 24017 Hex Head Screws are manufactured from Stainless Steel, Carbon Steel, Mild Steel, Alloy Steel, Acid Resistant Steel, Brass and many other material compositions. European Fasteners are available for wide range of components including Industrial fasteners as DIN EN 24017 Hex Head Screws. They are widely demanded for used in various industries. DIN EN 24017 Hex Head Screws are available in wide range of sizes, shape, material, surface coating, strength class, drive and another configuration as well. DIN EN 24017 Hex Head Screws are widely exported in Switzerland, Netherlands, Greece, UK, Austria, Russia, Germany and many other European Countries.
Specification and Features:
- Fully threaded with metric flat head.
- Hexagonal washer faced Head Type.
- Also known as Hexagonal Head Cap Screw/Bolt.
- High tensile strength.
- Six sided heads with forged heads.
- High Tensile Strength.
- RoHS and REACH Compliant.
- UL and cUL Listed.
- Property classes 4.8, 8.8, 10.9 and 12.9.
- Available with full thread and partial thread.
- Available in both metric and inch.
- DIN EN 24017 Hex Head Screws are generally available with thread entire length up to head.
- Surface Finishing: Chromate Treatments, Nickle Brass, Hot Dip Galvanized, Mechanical Plating, Zinc, Electroplating and more.
- DIN 933
- ISO 4017
- CSN 021103
- PN 82105
- UNI 5739
- GOST 7798, 7805
- Provide Easy and Simple Installation.
- DIN EN 24017 Hex Head Screws comes with 90-degree head angle.
- The Pitch of Thread is always stated.
- DIN EN 24017 Hex Head Screws are widely used for fastening, jointing and installation application.
- Corrosion, Abrasion and Vibration Resistant.
- Provide strong holding power.
- External thread manufacture under very strict tolerance.
- DIN EN 24017 Hex Head Screws allow better fit in tight applications.
- Available with precise coating for various application.
- Provide maximum safety for smooth operations without breaking down.
- DIN EN 24017 Hex Head Screws provide high strength friction grip screw.
How it Works:
- Align the materials or components which require to screw together.
- Drill a Hole through material.
- Use Regular tool or spanner to tighten the Hex Screws.
Applicable Industrial Sector:
- Construction & Building
- Defence and Military
- Oil and Gas