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Imperial Phillips Countersunk Screws

What are Imperial Phillips Countersunk Screws?

Imperial Phillips Countersunk Screws are precision-engineered components specifically designed to provide a smooth, flush finish. The term 'Imperial' refers to the screw's sizing standard, which follows the Imperial system, prevalent in the United States and specific manufacturing industries. Characterised by their countersunk head design and Phillips drive, these screws are the go-to choice for applications that require a clean, smooth surface after installation.

How Imperial Phillips Countersunk Screws Work.

These screws work by interfacing with a corresponding imperial thread, typically in a pre-tapped hole or a nut. Their countersunk design allows the screw to sit flush with or beneath the level of the surrounding material, creating a neat finish. The Phillips drive facilitates precision torque application, minimising the risk of slippage or over-tightening, making them a popular choice in many precision engineering tasks.

What Material Imperial Phillips Countersunk Screws Do You Offer?.

Our range of Imperial Phillips Countersunk Screws are made from robust stainless steel, including A2 and marine grade A4. These materials are chosen based on durability, resistance to wear and tear, and application-specific requirements such as environmental conditions, load-bearing capacity, and resistance to corrosion or high temperatures.

What Size and Type Imperial Phillips Countersunk Screws are Available.

Accu provides Imperial Phillips Countersunk Screws in an array of sizes, ranging from smaller #0-80 screws for intricate applications, up to larger 12-24 sizes for heavy-duty tasks. As for lengths, our range spans between 1/8th inch to 6 inch long. Furthermore, our extensive selection of materials and finishes cater to specific requirements such as resistance to corrosion, increased strength, or aesthetic appeal.

We also offer an AccuBlack satin finish for scenarios where reflections need to be minimised or blending with other black components is required. For enhanced security, consider our thread-locking patches to help mitigate the risk of your screws coming loose.


Q: What are the advantages of using Imperial Phillips Countersunk Screws?.

A: Their countersunk design ensures a smooth, flush finish, making them ideal for applications that require a clean surface. The Phillips drive design allows controlled torque application, minimising the chance of slippage or over-tightening.

Q: Can these screws be used in outdoor applications?.

A: Yes, both of our A2 and A4 stainless steel variants offer excellent corrosion resistance, making them ideal for outdoor use.

Q: What tools are required to install these screws?.

A: You will need a Phillips head screwdriver for installation. Ensure the driver size matches the screw head size to avoid damage and enable correct torque application.

Q: How can I choose the right screw size for my needs?.

A: The correct screw size depends on your application's specific requirements, such as the material you're working with, the load the screw will need to bear, and the size of pre-existing holes or nuts. For advice, speak directly with one of our team via live chat or by email. 

Q: Is there a minimum order quantity for Imperial Phillips Countersunk Screws?.

A: No, at Accu, we believe in flexibility. You can purchase as few as one screw or as many as thousands, depending on your project requirements.

Bespoke Imperial Phillips Countersunk Screws Manufacture.

High precision, bespoke manufacture of Imperial Phillips Countersunk Screws to customer specification. State of the art facilities specialising in both small batch prototyping and large scale manufacture.

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