Socket Screws

Socket screws, also known as Allen or hex socket screws, feature a cylindrical shaft and a recessed hexagonal socket in the head. Installed using a hex key or Allen wrench, they offer flush mounting and access to tight spaces. Widely used in machinery, furniture assembly, and automotive components for secure and reliable fastening.

Button Head Screw

Button head socket cap screws, conforming to ISO 7380-1 standards, offer a sleek profile suitable for aesthetic purposes and applications requiring a low-profile head. Combining the shape of a pan head with the socket driver of a socket head, they are ideal for low clearance situations needing a large clamping face. Their wider profile distributes force more evenly, and they require lower tightening torque than DIN 912 screws, though not recommended for high-demand applications. Available in Hexagonal Socket and 6-Lobe (Hexalobular) drives for enhanced reliability.

CSK Head Screw

A CSK head screw, or countersunk head screw, has a head that sits flush with the surface of the material it’s fastened into, providing a smooth finish. Ideal for applications where a flat surface is desired, such as in furniture assembly and woodworking. These screws offer secure and aesthetically pleasing fastening solutions.


Flange Button Screw

A flange button screw combines a low-profile button head with an integrated flange below, offering both aesthetic appeal and increased bearing surface. Widely used in automotive, electronics, and machinery assembly for their flush appearance and enhanced stability. These screws provide secure fastening with resistance to loosening and vibration.


Flange Head Cap Screw

A flange head cap screw features a built-in flange below its head, offering additional surface area for distributing clamping force. This design helps prevent the screw from sinking into the material it’s fastening. Commonly used in automotive, machinery, and construction applications for secure fastening and stability.


Head Shoulder Screw

A head shoulder screw features a cylindrical body with a head larger in diameter, creating a shoulder between them. This design allows for precise positioning or axial support in mechanical assemblies, commonly used in machinery, automotive, and aerospace applications. Ideal for maintaining accurate dimensions and tolerances, offering reliable solutions for assembly needs.

Low Head Cap Screw

A low head cap screw is a fastener with a head that sits lower than a standard cap screw, providing a flush or near-flush finish when installed. This design reduces protrusion and minimizes interference in tight spaces or applications with clearance restrictions. Commonly used in machinery, electronics, and automotive assemblies where space is limited and a sleek appearance is desired. Ideal for secure fastening without compromising aesthetics or functionality.

Socket Head Cap Screw

A socket head cap screw has a cylindrical shaft and a rounded head with a recessed hexagonal socket, offering easy installation and a low-profile finish. Widely used in machinery, automotive, and construction for their strength and resistance to loosening. Ideal for critical applications requiring secure and reliable fastening.

Socket Set Screw

A socket set screw is a threaded fastener with no head and a recessed hexagonal socket at one end, designed to be tightened using a corresponding Allen wrench or hex key. These screws are commonly used to secure objects within or against another material, as the absence of a head allows for a flush installation. Socket set screws are widely employed in machinery, automotive, and construction applications where a secure and inconspicuous fastening solution is required.

Spring & Ball Plunger

A spring and ball plunger is a mechanical device consisting of a spring-loaded ball housed within a threaded body. When installed, the spring compresses against the ball, providing a controlled amount of force to hold objects in place or provide detent action. These plungers are commonly used in various applications such as indexing, locking, or positioning components in machinery, fixtures, and assemblies. They offer reliable and adjustable holding force and are available in different sizes and materials to suit specific requirements.