Countersunk Head Cross Recessed Screw
A screw essentially is an item that allows you to fasten or secure one object to another. They are identified by a ridge, or thread, that travels the shaft and culminates at a head. This head will have either a cross- or flat-shaped impression that will enable a screwdriver to drive or turn the screw into material. Use a countersunk screw when you do not want the fixtures to show.
Place of Origin: Guangdong, China (Mainland)
Brand Name: Pingood
Model Number: PG18
Material: iron, steel, carbon steel, stainless steel(304 303 316 410etc), brass, aluminum etc.
Surface treatment: zinc plating ,nickel plating, copper plating etc.
Certificate: ISO9001:2015, ISO14001:2015
Color: Zinc White,white, black, yellow etc.
Price Terms: FOB,CIF,CRF,EXW and others
Delivery Time: Within 20 workdays after receive payment
Packaging & Delivery
Packaging Details: opp bag/carton,
Delivery Time: 7 days
Our products can be supplied for wet environment and any other extreme environments. Special surface treatments bring our products the excellent corrosion resistance
The itmes are forged in multiple processes, we strictly controlling each process, so that the surface gloss is free of burrs.
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Why choose us?
WHAT IS A COUNTERSUNK SCREW?
A countersunk screw is a screw that is “sunk” into a piece of lumber. The head will sit below the surface of the material and it can easily be filled with a wood plug or filler. Bolts and large hex-head screws can also be countersunk. Each require a special countersink bit for the best results.
WHY WOULD A COUNTERSUNK SCREW BE USED?
A countersunk screw is one of the many methods of joining one piece of material to another. It makes a very strong, tight joint and is used in places where other joinery is not practical. In other words, if you don’t want to have to fill a bazillion pocket holes, a countersunk screw can be used. The hole is smaller and easier to fill. Most of the plans on my site can be constructed using countersunk screws instead of pocket hole joinery with just a few modifications!