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Self Drilling Screws

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The THE SELF DRILLING SCREW’S ANATOMY / OUR SCINTILLATING SELF DRILLING SCREWSSelf Drilling Screw’s Anatomy

Self-drilling screws are a unique kind of screw that resemble drill blades in that they possess a tip that allows them to drill their own holes. Self-drilling screws, as its name suggests, don’t need a pilot hole to function as a fastening. They are made to be used with soft metals, wood, and steel. Since many years ago, self-drilling screws have been used to join materials because of their adaptability and practicality. Self-drilling screws may quickly and effectively join a range of materials since they don’t need a pilot hole, which improves productivity and performance.Self-drilling screws may be used in many different building and production processes because of their sorts and variations. Self-drilling screws have developed into a useful tool in manufacturing, fabrication, and production, from installing metal roofs to completing assembly.

Hex Washer Head/Flange with Full Thread

The Full Thread Screw has the thread running along the body of the screw that can be used in softwood i.e. chipboard, pine etc.

Hex Washer Head/Flange with Double Thread

The Double Thread screw has two threads in its body that can be used in hardwood and also softwood. They can be inserted or removed 2x faster than a single thread screw.

Size requirements

All sizes for all your needs!

Stitching

RFSD1020

RFSD 10-16 X 20MM, HWH, FT, ZP3, 14MM B/W

Valley Fixing

RFSD1025

RFSD 10-16 x 25MM, HWH, FT, ZP3, 14MM B/W

RFSD1225

RFSD 12-14 x 25MM, HWH, FT, ZP3, 14MM B/W

Crest Fixing

RFSD1235

RFSD 10-16 X 20MM, HWH, FT, ZP3, 14MM B/W

RFSD1245

RFSD 10-16 X 20MM, HWH, FT, ZP3, 14MM B/W

RFSD1255

RFSD 10-16 X 20MM, HWH, FT, ZP3, 14MM B/W

RFSD1265

RFSD 10-16 X 20MM, HWH, FT, ZP3, 14MM B/W

Stitching

RFSD1275

RFSD 10-16 X 20MM, HWH, FT, ZP3, 14MM B/W

RFSD1290

RFSD 10-16 X 20MM, HWH, FT, ZP3, 14MM B/W

RFSD1020

RFSD 10-16 X 20MM, HWH, FT, ZP3, 14MM B/W

RFSD1020

RFSD 10-16 X 20MM, HWH, FT, ZP3, 14MM B/W

RFSD1020

RFSD 10-16 X 20MM, HWH, FT, ZP3, 14MM B/W

* Sizes and applications may change according to user requirements.

PRODUCT SPECIFICATION

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Surface Coating

Clear Zinc Plated

Ruspert Coating

Adapter to Use

Hi-Torque Magnetic Hexagon Socket

Washer Options

Black/Grey Round Cut EPDM Washer

Bonded Washer

Other Options

Powder coated head to match the colour of roofing sheets

APPLICATIONS

Solving Various Possibilities!

Hex Washer Head/Flange with Full Thread

1. Stiching

2. Valley Fixing

3. Crest Fixing

Hex Washer Head/Flange with Double Thread

1. Crest Fixing

2. Crest Fixing Puff Panel

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Color options

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FAQs

What are self drilling screws used for?

Self drilling screws are used to bind two different materials. They are commonly used to bind metal to wood and also metal to metal!

Is there a difference between self-drilling and self-tapping screws?

Self-tapping screws require a pilot hole since they cannot drill on their own but Self drilling screws can self-drill through various metal varieties.

Do you need to drill for self drilling screws?

No, self drilling screws don’t require you to drill pilot hole.

Are self drilling screws strong?

Self-drilling screws are made up of hard metal that are suitable for hardening and are rust-free.

How do you install self-drilling screws?

Using a drill bit, place the self-drilling screw to the position you want it to be used, and start drilling! No pre-drilled hole is required for a self-drilling screw.

What does a self drilling screw do?

The most popular and efficient screws are self-drilling varieties since they readily drill through any material.

When should you use a self drilling screw?

Self-drilling screws may be installed more quickly and with fewer drill bits since they don't need a pilot hole. This feature makes it the prime option for quicker and easier installation.

What tool do you need for self drilling screws?

A self-tapping screw can simply be inserted with either a screwdriver or any other supporting instrument.

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