Understand About Combination Drive Binder Head Screws
Combination drive binder head screws are extensively used for several simple to complex fastening applications across various industries. These screws are readily available in a wide array of shapes, sizes, dimensions and specifications to be utilized in several industry specific applications. These binder screws are designed in such a way to prevent over tightening, making them ideal for various kinds of electrical and metal works.
The combination drive binder head screws are manufactured with an identifying undercut beneath the head. The screw type possesses excellent tensile strength and is widely known for its corrosion resistant body. Available in sizes like 4-40, 8-32, 10-24, 10-32s, 5/16-18, 3/8-16, 3/8-24 among others, the screw type can be used directly with nuts and can be inserted directly into a pre-existing, pre-drilled or pre tapped hole.Materials Used in Producing Combination Drive Binder Head Screws
Combination drive binder head screws are generally manufactured using first rated materials, keeping in mind the complexity of the application areas.
Materials used in the manufacturing of these screw types include:
- ABS CPVC Delrin
- (ECTFE) Isoplast
- Nylon 6/6 PCTFE (Kel-F) PEE
- 30% Carbon-FilledPEEK
- T-series PEEK
- 30% Glass-Filled PEEK-HT (High Temperature)
- PEEK-UHP PFA
- PVDF (Kynar)
- Rexolite 1422
- ULTEM 2300
- 1000 Vespel
Since combination drive binder head screws are manufactured out of high quality raw materials, you can be assured with an optimum and reliable performance even when used in harsh industrial applications. Highly resistant to abrasion, corrosion, chemicals and solvents, the screw type serves your application requirements satisfactorily to achieve desired results.