DIN 963 Screw
- Steel, Galvanized steel, Stainless steel A2 / A4, Aluminum, Brass, Polyamide
- DIN 963 screw has found wide application in the machine building, construction industry and in the manufacture of furniture for reliable fixation of structural parts. The product has a countersunk head and full thread. The DIN 963 screw is manufactured with a strength class of 4.8 and 8.8 (high-strength screw) and is coated with zinc, nickel or chrome.
- DIN 963 Screws are Slotted Flat Head Countersunk Screws.
- Screw DIN 963 is made with a conical hat, straight slot for screwdriver or bit and has a full thread (the standard thread of thread is cut along the entire length of the stud).
- Screw DIN 963 can be used in a wide variety of conditions, the main function is that it is able to create a reliable concealed fastening.
- Recommended for use in the machine building, industrial and manufacturing industries.
- To create a more reliable screw stop, you can use a flat and lock washer, thanks to them, with subsequent dismantling, the screw is twisted without much difficulty.
- To create a secure fastening with a DIN 963 screw, you need two flat or curved surfaces.
- If there are no holes on the plane, drill them with a drill under the diameter of the screw.
- We cut the thread (for this screw is a standard step).
- If the thread is not needed, insert the screw and fix it on the other side with a nut and start using a conventional screwdriver to tighten it.
- The nut must be clamped with pliers or a key.
- Tighten the screw until its head is level with the surface.
|Screw settings||Nominal thread diameter d1|
|Pitch of thread, P||0.35||0.4||0.45||0.5||0.6||0.7||0.8||1||1.25||1.5|
|Head diameter, d2||EN ISO 2009||3||3.8||4.7||5.5||7.3||8.4||9.3||11.3||15.8||18.3|
|Head height, k||EN ISO 2009||1||1.2||1.5||1.65||2.35||2.7||2.7||3.3||4.65||5|
|Nominal length, l||min.||2.5||3||4||5||6th||6th||8||8||10||12|