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Flat Head Screws

Flat Head Screws

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Flat Head Screws, also called Countersunk Screws, are conical with a flat outer face and a tapering inner face. An advantage to this type of screw is that very little of the head protrudes beyond the surface, allowing it to sink into the material. These screws are commonly made out of stainless steel or zinc coating.

These screws are typically used in applications where the fastener protruding above the surface is unacceptable.

Need help determining screw length? Flat head screw length is measured from the top of the head to the end of the screw.

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    Thread: 20
    Length: 3 16
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    Thread: 20
    Length: 3 16
  3. Diameter: 1/4
    Thread: 20
    Length: 1/4
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    Thread: 20
    Length: 1/4
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    Thread: 20
    Length: 5/16
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    Thread: 20
    Length: 5/16
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    Thread: 20
    Length: 3/8
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    Thread: 20
    Length: 3/8
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    Thread: 20
    Length: 7/16
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    Thread: 20
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