#10-24 Pan Head Square Drive Machine Screws in stainless steel
  • #10-24 Pan Head Square Drive Machine Screws in stainless steel

#10-24 S/S Machine Screws Pan Head Square Drive

#10-24 Pan head square drive machine screws. Stainless steel machine screws provide excellent corrosion resistance and are the work horse for modern boatbuilding or exterior woodworking applications. Sold in boxes of 100. Pan head means flat top with smooth rounded sides to provide flat bearing surface under the head to allow for lateral movement (as opposed to a Flat or Oval Head screw that has a countersunk bearing surface that will self-center in the mounting holes). Square drive allows for greater fastening torque to be applied by the driver without worry of fastener head stripping or cam-out occurring.

These Stainless Steel Machine Screws are perfect for the marine environment. There are also a million other interior and exterior uses where a stainless fastener will come in handy. Designed for harsh environments.

(1 bx contains 100 ea)
$12.70 / bx
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Tech Spec Product Info User Generated Content
Driver: Square Drive
Fastener Type: Machine Screws
Head: Pan Head
MET / STD: Standard
Metal: Stainless Steel
Type: Screws Bolts
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Robertson head screws are the best

By sonnypines

from Green Cove Springs, FL

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      Robertson head is the only replacement on my boat. They should be the only type used in the US.

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