Low Head Pilot Recess Cap Screws have a reduced head height for aesthetic and space conservation purposes, and are operated using a Hex Key (also known as an Allen Key) or a Hexagon Socket Drive Bit.
The pilot recess of this component is a cylindrical indent in the centre of the drive point. This recess has a range of uses and advantages, allowing for better drive engagement, use with specialist tools, or even allowing for modification and the creation of tamper-proof drives. An additional application for this feature is to relieve gas buildup, particularly when used within vacuums.
If Pilot Recess Cap Screws are being considered for use in a vacuum, it is also worth visiting Accu's Vented Screws range. Vented Screws are specially designed to eliminate virtual leaks within vacuums.
Low Head Pilot Recess Cap Screws are manufactured from A2 and A4 (Marine Grade) Stainless Steel as standard.
Low Head Pilot Recess Cap Screws are manufactured according to DIN Standard 6912, and are available in metric thread sizes ranging from M3 up to M24, with lengths from 4.00mm up to 150.00mm.
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