316 Stainless Steel Sheet Metal Screws - TYPE "A" Thread
Type 316 Contains Slightly More Nickel Than 304 and 2-3% Molybdenum Giving it Better Resistance to Corrosion Than 304, Especially in Chloride Environments that Tend to Cause Pitting.
It Offers Superior Performance When Exposed to Sea Water and Resists Corrosion in Sulfuric Acid Compounds.
FAQs on Screws
316 Stainless Self Tapping Sheet Metal Screws
Sheet Metal Screws are also Known as Self Tapping Screws Because They Self Tap into Many Materials Such as Sheet Metals, Aluminum, Wood, and Plastics
What is the difference between a bolt and a screw?
A Screw is a Fastener That has a Ridge or Thread Encircling the Entire Length of the Device or Sometimes Called Full Thread, Whereas a Bolt has a Threaded End and a Smooth Shaft.
What is the Best Type of Screw to use for a Floating Docks Frame?
A 316 Stainless Steel, Corrosion Resistant Screw that Promises Strength and Durability.
This Department Contains all of the Most Popular Sheet Metal Screws in 18-8 Stainless Steel.
- Flat Head, Oval Head, Pan Head, Sheet Metal Screws.
- Sharp Point Screws with Cutting Threads for Metal, Fiberglass Wood or Plastic.
- Phillips Head Drive and Square Drive Screws.
- Type "A" Point
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