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Machine screws

DIN 84 ZP

ISO 1207

Slotted cheese head screw. Zinc plated

DIN 84 A2

ISO 1207

Slotted cheese head screw. Stainless steel A2

DIN 963 ZP

ISO 2009

Slotted countersunk head screw. Zinc plated

DIN 963 A2

ISO 2009

Slotted countersunk head screw. Stainless steel A2

DIN 965 ZP

ISO 7046

Countersunk screw with PH cross recessed. Zinc plated

DIN 965 A2

ISO 7046

Countersunk screw with PH cross recessed. Stainless steel A2

DIN 965 A4

ISO 7046

Countersunk screw with PH cross recessed. Stainless steel A4

DIN 7985 ZP

ISO 7045

Panhead screw and PH recess. Zinc plated

DIN 7985 A2

ISO 7045

Panhead screw and PH recess. Stainless Steel A2

DIN 7985 A4

ISO 7045

Panhead screw and PH recess. Stainless Steel A4

NFE 25129 ZP

Poelier screw. Zinc-plated

Threaded fasteners without a point, known as machine screws, which are used to join metal parts in sectors such as the automotive and electronics industries. They are available in different types of treads and heads, such as round, cylindrical and countersunk. They are manufactured in zinc-plated steel and in A2 and A4 stainless steel.
How to choose a metal threaded screw?

Metal threaded screws are used to make connections between metal parts and are available in different materials, heads and recesses depending on the element to be fastened. Slotted screws and screws with a “Ph” imprint are used in both metal and wood. They differ in the tightening torque required during installation.


Metal threaded screws: head types and characteristics

The different types of heads and recesses offer versatility in assembly when selecting the right product:

  • DIN 84 screws with cylindrical head and slotted footprint are used in joints requiring secure and stable fastening.
  • DIN 7985 screws with round head and “Ph” recess are used for connections, mainly made of sheet metal or aluminium, such as doors, fittings, profiles or roofs.
  • DIN 963 and DIN 965 screws with countersunk head and slotted and “Ph” recess, respectively, are ideal for fastenings where the screw must be integrated into the surface.