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Aluminum Sheet Metal Screw, Plain Finish, Pan
Aluminum Sheet Metal Screw, Plain Finish, Pan
Aluminum Sheet Metal Screw, Plain Finish, Pan

Aluminum Sheet Metal Screw, Plain Finish, Pan Head, Slotted Drive, Type A, #6-18 Thread Size, 3/8" Length (Pack of 25)

Product ID : 4447042


Galleon Product ID 4447042
Shipping Weight 0.02 lbs
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Model 0606ASPAL
Manufacturer Small Parts
Shipping Dimension 5 x 5 x 0.39 inches
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Aluminum Sheet Metal Screw, Plain Finish, Pan Features

  • Type A point has a conical tip and spaced threads that are suitable for forming threads in holes drilled in thin metals between 0.015" and 0.050" thick and resin impregnated plywood

  • Aluminum provides corrosion resistance, is lightweight, and has good electrical conductivity, and the plain surface has no finish or coating

  • Pan head has a flat top and short vertical sides with a rounded top edge

  • Slotted drive has a linear slot for use with a flat-blade driver


About Aluminum Sheet Metal Screw, Plain Finish, Pan

The plain finish aluminum sheet metal screw with pan head and slotted drive has a Type A point for forming threads in thin metals between 0.015" and 0.050" thick and resin impregnated plywood. The Type A point has a conical tip and spaced threads. Aluminum provides corrosion resistance, is lightweight, and has good electrical conductivity. The material is nonmagnetic. The pan head has a flat top and short vertical sides with a rounded top edge. The slotted drive has a linear slot for use with a flat-blade driver.Sheet metal screws, a type of self-tapping screw, have threads down the entire length of the shank for tapping and fastening thin material. The point style determines the type of material the screw can be used on, such as metal, wood, or plastic. These screws commonly have a sharp point that helps penetrate the material.