SELF TAPPING SCREWS HEXAGON WASHER HEAD TYPE F WITH 18 TEETH FOR SERRATION
The underhead knurling has two distinct functions. Once the screw has been tightened, the indentation causes the unscrewing torque used to be greater, making the fixing more stable in all those applications which are subjected to movements and / or vibrations during their use. In the electric field, however, the indentation scrapes the surface of the metal, effectively creating connectivity with the material where grounding is required. However, it must be taken into account that the serration can never replace the tightening of a screw with the serrated washer, which is much more performing in itself.
Self-tapping screws without a tip find particular application in pass-through positions, where the screw protrudes from the fixed plates and you want to avoid the risk of accidental injuries caused by the tip coming out. They are therefore accident-prevention in that they reduce the possibility of accidental cuts with the tip even during various maintenance operations.
Compared to the cross recess, the hexagonal head guarantees the possibility of applying a higher tightening torque without the risk of the insert coming out. It is particularly suitable for diameters from 4.8 upwards.
The length of the screw is measured from the tip to the underhead.