GOST R ISO 7046-2-2013 Countersunk screws
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Description of the product design and its features
The design of the screw consists of a countersunk head with a slot type H and Z, and a cylindrical threaded rod … The requirements for the accuracy class are imposed on the products, the standard provides for A.
Made of steel (normal or stainless), aluminum, PA 6.6 polyamide, brass, non-ferrous metal alloys with strength class 5.6; 5.8; 8.8; 10.9; 12.9. Or others as agreed with the customer.
Screws are coated with zinc, chromium, nickel, cadmium, etc. in our own electroplating workshop. A multilayer coating is also available, such as copper-nickel (M.N.) or copper-nickel-chromium (M.N.X.6).
Example of designation: Countersunk screw GOST R ISO 7046 -2 – М5х20 – 8.8 – Z
Designation example: Countersunk screw GOST R ISO 7046-2 – М5х20 – 8.8 – Z1
Product application areas strong >
These screws are used in many industries. An increased demand for products, in particular, is observed in the aircraft and mechanical engineering industries, as well as in construction, energy and metalworking, where they are used for reliable fastening of parts and metal structures.
ANALOGUES p >
Countersunk screw, zinc plated, Phillips head (Ph or Pz) DIN 965
Screws strong> with countersunk head accuracy classes A and B GOST 17475-80