Phillips Pan Head Sheet Metal Screws
Sheet metal screws have sharp threads that cut into a material such as sheet metal, plastic or wood. They are sometimes notched at the tip to aid in chip removal during thread cutting. The shank is usually threaded up to the head. 316 stainless steel uses additional amounts of nickel and molybdenum for increased resistance to chlorides and sulfates (salts, salt water) and often used in food processing, marinas, photographic works, chemical refineries, and other manufacturing. Hi-Line carries 316 stainless steel Phillips Pan Head Sheet Metal Screws in various sizes.