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Steel Tubes India is manufacturing and exporting Roofing Screws since 1968. Stainless Steel Roofing Screws are widely known as the most common type of fastener. They have thread designs to be joined with internally threaded parts, such as Hex Nuts or Nylon Locknuts. In our cutting edge facility, the Steel Tubes India can manufacture a wide range of Hex Roofing Screws with a variety of head styles, drive systems, materials and finishes.
Steel Tubes India has the manufacturing unit to make Hex Head Roofing Screws in various grades of steel heat, treated to meet Grade 2 to Grade 8 or Grade 4.8 to Grade 10.9. We also utilize materials such as aluminum and brass, as well as a variety of stainless steel.
Our emphasize quality and service from the manufacturing floor to the shipping dock. Contact our fastener engineers today to discuss your project, and we will get you exactly what you need, according to your specifications you provide.
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ASME B1.1, UNC & UNF, Class 2A (Fastenal will inspect and accept parts with a 1A no-go gauge)
Per ASTM A380/A380M
Zinc Plated(Yellow, White, Blue, Black), Hop Dip Galvanized (HDG) phosphorization, Black Oxide, Geomet, Dacroment, anodization, Nickel plated, Zinc-Nickel plated, Brass Plated, Tin Plated, Black Plated, Copper Plated, Gold Plated, Salt fog test
Stainless steel: All DIN, GB Standard and part ASNI standard stainless steel Roofing Screws, Example: ISO7380, DIN7981, DIN7982, DIN916, DIN913, DIN7985, DIN912
Stainless steel CSK philip screw, CSK socket screw, Pan head Ph screw, Pan head socket screw, Socket cap head screw, set screw, Pan head torx screw, CSK head trox screw, Wood screw
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Cup point: the most common type of set screw. This works well because the surface is rounded so that a small surface area is in contact but does not have high stress at one point like a cone set screw. The cup point set screw holds parts permanently and is designed for soft and hard surfaces.
Knurled cup: offers the advantage of a locking action that prevents the screws from working loose in high-vibration applications. The knurled cap set screw also holds parts permanently and is designed for soft and hard surfaces but resists vibration the best, even in poorly tapped holes, because of the locking action.
Flat set screw: readjusts without damaging the surface and aligns wells against ground flats. This can also act as an adjusting screw and can be used as backing for soft metal or plastic plugs.
Along with the different types of points, set screws have numerous drive styles. These include:
Straight slot: a single slot in the fastener head and drive by a flat-bladed screwdriver. It was the first type of screw drive to be developed. This is common in woodworking applications, but not where a power tool would be used because it tends to slip out of the head and possibly damage the surrounding material.
Hex socket: a hexagonal recess screw drive and may be driven by an Allen Wrench.
Square socket: a square-shaped socket in the screw head and a square protrusion on the tool. There are two main advantages because of its design: it makes inserting the tool easier and tends to help keep the screw on the tool tip without the user needing to hold it there.
Roofing Screws Packaging
- Bundles (hexagonal)
- Wooden Boxes
- Crates (steel/wooden)
- Packaging for Roofing Screws as per customer's requirements
- Each bundle covered with plastic for protection against extreme weather.
- End of Roofing Screws protected by plastic caps.
- Bundles strapped with plastic strips.
- Each radius of U-Bend tube separated by a separator.
- Packaging list (laminated) placed with box/crate.
Roofing Screws Industrial Applications
Because of Roofing Screws self-locking property the Screws is widely used in threaded fasteners to hold objects or materials together: the wood screw, sheet metal screw, stud, and bolt and nut.
The self-locking property is also key to the screw's use in a wide range of other applications, such as the corkscrew, Screws top container lid, threaded pipe joint, vise, C-clamp, and Screws jack.
Screws are also used as linkages in Self Drillings to transfer power, in the worm gear, lead screw, ball screw, and roller screw. Due to their low efficiency, Screws linkages are seldom used to carry high power, but are more often employed in low power, intermittent uses such as positioning actuators.
Rotating helical Screws blades or chambers are used to move material in the Archimedes' screw, auger earth drill, and Screws conveyor.
The micrometer uses a precision calibrated Screws for measuring lengths with great accuracy.