Pan Head Screws also known as “non-countersunk head screws” have wide heads, a flat bearing surface, and a slightly domed top surface.
Pan head screws are designed better than Round head screws that don’t pop out like small bumps.
They are used for machinery, automotive parts, and so on.
A pan head self-drilling screw has a flat head that rests on top of the material it fastens and a rounded base. The drive slot is deep, allowing for more torque while lowering the danger of damaging the screw, owing to its big diameter and high edges.
A pan head screw's flat underside offers a larger mating surface area, enabling a secure grip even with bigger holes and reducing crushing. The risk of grabbing the screw head while in use is reduced by the flat or slightly domed profile, which also offers a trim finish for aesthetic applications.
Pan head screws are frequently used to fasten metal elements, including industrial and automobile parts and accessories like headlights and licence plates.