This section provides an overview for small binding screws as well as their applications and principles. Also, please take a look at the list of 8 small binding screw manufacturers and their company rankings.
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A small binding screw is a screw with a rounded trapezoidal head and is used for general fastening purposes. The head diameter is slightly larger (1.1-1.2 times) than that of a pan head screw of the same nominal diameter and slightly smaller than that of a truss screw. Since the installation surface is wider than that of the small pan head screw, the seat surface is less likely to cave in and stable fastening is possible. Like the pan-head screw, it is used for general fastening purposes.
The screw hole shape is mainly a plus or a plus/minus type that includes a mortise.
The word "bind" means "edge" and the truss head of small binding screws has a rim-like shape, hence the name. It is not a special screw that is restricted in its Uses of, and is generally used in the same way as pan head screws. It is also selected when the screw head is too large for a truss screw.
They are often used in weak electric appliances, for example, to fasten components on the back of televisions and electric heaters. A typical application is the fastening of electric wires in outlet plugs.
A male screw with a rounded trapezoidal screw head is used for general fastening, mainly in weak electric circuits. It is used where a female screw is cut. The screw head is slightly larger than a pan head screw and slightly smaller than a truss head screw. The product package will indicate the nominal size, material of the screw, and whether it is plated or not. Materials include stainless steel, iron, brass, and other materials, as well as nickel-plated and black oxide coated screw threads. Screw threads are mainly positive or positive-minus.
Features of these screws are that they are more stable when tightened because they have a larger seating surface than pot screws. Typical use is to fasten electric wires in outlet plugs.
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