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Knurled Cup Point Socket Set Screws - Self Colour

Knurled Cup Point Socket Set Screws - Self Colour

Knurl point screws are generally used to secure one object within another. The serrated ridge on the knurl cup set screw helps reduce loosening due to vibration. The knurled point combines digging action of the cup point with counter-clockwise locking knurls that have a ratchet-locking action which helps resist loosening, even under the most severe vibrations. Knurl point set screws should not be reused because the cutting edges of the knurls are deflected when tightened. During removal, the cutting edges are torn and no longer have full strength to resist unscrewing.

Self coloured finishes have no protection against corrosion, and are more suited for use in internal joinery applications. Self colour finishes have no definitive colour and can vary with the effects of natural oxidisation and weathering, from a bright zinc finish to a dark black colour. Before being used in exterior environments, they should be coated or painted with a protective covering.

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  • Knurl point screws are generally used to secure one object within another.
  • The serrated ridge on the knurl cup set screw helps reduce loosening due to vibration.
  • The knurled point combines digging action of the cup point with counter-clockwise locking knurls that have a ratchet-locking action which helps resist loosening, even under the most severe vibrations.
  • Knurl point set screws should not be reused because the cutting edges of the knurls are deflected when tightened. During removal, the cutting edges are torn and no longer have full strength to resist unscrewing.
  • Self colour finish.
£0.00 Ex Tax: £0.00
  • Knurl point screws are generally used to secure one object within another.
  • The serrated ridge on the knurl cup set screw helps reduce loosening due to vibration.
  • The knurled point combines digging action of the cup point with counter-clockwise locking knurls that have a ratchet-locking action which helps resist loosening, even under the most severe vibrations.
  • Knurl point set screws should not be reused because the cutting edges of the knurls are deflected when tightened. During removal, the cutting edges are torn and no longer have full strength to resist unscrewing.
  • Self colour finish.
£0.00 Ex Tax: £0.00
  • Knurl point screws are generally used to secure one object within another.
  • The serrated ridge on the knurl cup set screw helps reduce loosening due to vibration.
  • The knurled point combines digging action of the cup point with counter-clockwise locking knurls that have a ratchet-locking action which helps resist loosening, even under the most severe vibrations.
  • Knurl point set screws should not be reused because the cutting edges of the knurls are deflected when tightened. During removal, the cutting edges are torn and no longer have full strength to resist unscrewing.
  • Self colour finish.
£0.00 Ex Tax: £0.00
  • Knurl point screws are generally used to secure one object within another.
  • The serrated ridge on the knurl cup set screw helps reduce loosening due to vibration.
  • The knurled point combines digging action of the cup point with counter-clockwise locking knurls that have a ratchet-locking action which helps resist loosening, even under the most severe vibrations.
  • Knurl point set screws should not be reused because the cutting edges of the knurls are deflected when tightened. During removal, the cutting edges are torn and no longer have full strength to resist unscrewing.
  • Self colour finish.
£0.00 Ex Tax: £0.00
  • Knurl point screws are generally used to secure one object within another.
  • The serrated ridge on the knurl cup set screw helps reduce loosening due to vibration.
  • The knurled point combines digging action of the cup point with counter-clockwise locking knurls that have a ratchet-locking action which helps resist loosening, even under the most severe vibrations.
  • Knurl point set screws should not be reused because the cutting edges of the knurls are deflected when tightened. During removal, the cutting edges are torn and no longer have full strength to resist unscrewing.
  • Self colour finish.
£0.00 Ex Tax: £0.00
  • Knurl point screws are generally used to secure one object within another.
  • The serrated ridge on the knurl cup set screw helps reduce loosening due to vibration.
  • The knurled point combines digging action of the cup point with counter-clockwise locking knurls that have a ratchet-locking action which helps resist loosening, even under the most severe vibrations.
  • Knurl point set screws should not be reused because the cutting edges of the knurls are deflected when tightened. During removal, the cutting edges are torn and no longer have full strength to resist unscrewing.
  • Self colour finish.
£0.00 Ex Tax: £0.00