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Countersunk Socket Screws - Stainless Steel

Countersunk Socket Screws - Stainless Steel

When placed into a conical cut hole, the countersunk head will sit flush with or below the surface of the surrounding material, improving the finish of the product and removing any potential trip / catch hazard.

Stainless steel does not readily corrode, rust or stain with water as ordinary steel does. However, it is not fully stain-proof in low-oxygen, high salinity, or poor air-circulation environments. There are different grades and surface finishes of stainless steel to suit the environment the alloy must endure. Stainless steel is used where both the properties or steel and corrosion resistance are required.

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  • When placed into a conical cut hole, the countersunk head will sit flush with or below the surface of the surrounding material, improving the finish of the product and removing any potential trip / catch hazard.
  • The head is designed to be driven by a hex key.
  • Stainless steel grade 304 (A2) for increased resistance to corrosion.
£0.00 Ex Tax: £0.00
  • When placed into a conical cut hole, the countersunk head will sit flush with or below the surface of the surrounding material, improving the finish of the product and removing any potential trip / catch hazard.
  • The head is designed to be driven by a hex key.
  • Stainless steel grade 304 (A2) for increased resistance to corrosion.
£0.00 Ex Tax: £0.00
  • When placed into a conical cut hole, the countersunk head will sit flush with or below the surface of the surrounding material, improving the finish of the product and removing any potential trip / catch hazard.
  • The head is designed to be driven by a hex key.
  • Stainless steel grade 304 (A2) for increased resistance to corrosion.
£0.00 Ex Tax: £0.00
  • When placed into a conical cut hole, the countersunk head will sit flush with or below the surface of the surrounding material, improving the finish of the product and removing any potential trip / catch hazard.
  • The head is designed to be driven by a hex key.
  • Stainless steel grade 304 (A2) for increased resistance to corrosion.
£0.00 Ex Tax: £0.00
  • When placed into a conical cut hole, the countersunk head will sit flush with or below the surface of the surrounding material, improving the finish of the product and removing any potential trip / catch hazard.
  • The head is designed to be driven by a hex key.
  • Stainless steel grade 304 (A2) for increased resistance to corrosion.
£0.00 Ex Tax: £0.00
  • When placed into a conical cut hole, the countersunk head will sit flush with or below the surface of the surrounding material, improving the finish of the product and removing any potential trip / catch hazard.
  • The head is designed to be driven by a hex key.
  • Stainless steel grade 304 (A2) for increased resistance to corrosion.
£0.00 Ex Tax: £0.00
  • When placed into a conical cut hole, the countersunk head will sit flush with or below the surface of the surrounding material, improving the finish of the product and removing any potential trip / catch hazard.
  • The head is designed to be driven by a hex key.
  • Stainless steel grade 304 (A2) for increased resistance to corrosion.
£0.00 Ex Tax: £0.00
  • When placed into a conical cut hole, the countersunk head will sit flush with or below the surface of the surrounding material, improving the finish of the product and removing any potential trip / catch hazard.
  • The head is designed to be driven by a hex key.
  • Stainless steel grade 304 (A2) for increased resistance to corrosion.
£0.00 Ex Tax: £0.00
  • When placed into a conical cut hole, the countersunk head will sit flush with or below the surface of the surrounding material, improving the finish of the product and removing any potential trip / catch hazard.
  • The head is designed to be driven by a hex key.
  • Stainless steel grade 304 (A2) for increased resistance to corrosion.
£0.00 Ex Tax: £0.00
  • When placed into a conical cut hole, the countersunk head will sit flush with or below the surface of the surrounding material, improving the finish of the product and removing any potential trip / catch hazard.
  • The head is designed to be driven by a hex key.
  • Stainless steel grade 304 (A2) for increased resistance to corrosion.
£0.00 Ex Tax: £0.00
  • When placed into a conical cut hole, the countersunk head will sit flush with or below the surface of the surrounding material, improving the finish of the product and removing any potential trip / catch hazard.
  • The head is designed to be driven by a hex key.
  • Stainless steel grade 304 (A2) for increased resistance to corrosion.
£0.00 Ex Tax: £0.00
  • When placed into a conical cut hole, the countersunk head will sit flush with or below the surface of the surrounding material, improving the finish of the product and removing any potential trip / catch hazard.
  • The head is designed to be driven by a hex key.
  • Stainless steel grade 304 (A2) for increased resistance to corrosion.
£0.00 Ex Tax: £0.00
  • When placed into a conical cut hole, the countersunk head will sit flush with or below the surface of the surrounding material, improving the finish of the product and removing any potential trip / catch hazard.
  • The head is designed to be driven by a hex key.
  • Stainless steel grade 304 (A2) for increased resistance to corrosion.
£0.00 Ex Tax: £0.00
  • When placed into a conical cut hole, the countersunk head will sit flush with or below the surface of the surrounding material, improving the finish of the product and removing any potential trip / catch hazard.
  • The head is designed to be driven by a hex key.
  • Stainless steel grade 304 (A2) for increased resistance to corrosion.
£0.00 Ex Tax: £0.00
  • When placed into a conical cut hole, the countersunk head will sit flush with or below the surface of the surrounding material, improving the finish of the product and removing any potential trip / catch hazard.
  • The head is designed to be driven by a hex key.
  • Stainless steel grade 304 (A2) for increased resistance to corrosion.
£0.00 Ex Tax: £0.00
  • When placed into a conical cut hole, the countersunk head will sit flush with or below the surface of the surrounding material, improving the finish of the product and removing any potential trip / catch hazard.
  • The head is designed to be driven by a hex key.
  • Stainless steel grade 304 (A2) for increased resistance to corrosion.
£0.00 Ex Tax: £0.00
  • When placed into a conical cut hole, the countersunk head will sit flush with or below the surface of the surrounding material, improving the finish of the product and removing any potential trip / catch hazard.
  • The head is designed to be driven by a hex key.
  • Stainless steel grade 304 (A2) for increased resistance to corrosion.
£0.00 Ex Tax: £0.00
  • When placed into a conical cut hole, the countersunk head will sit flush with or below the surface of the surrounding material, improving the finish of the product and removing any potential trip / catch hazard.
  • The head is designed to be driven by a hex key.
  • Stainless steel grade 304 (A2) for increased resistance to corrosion.
£0.00 Ex Tax: £0.00
  • When placed into a conical cut hole, the countersunk head will sit flush with or below the surface of the surrounding material, improving the finish of the product and removing any potential trip / catch hazard.
  • The head is designed to be driven by a hex key.
  • Stainless steel grade 304 (A2) for increased resistance to corrosion.
£0.00 Ex Tax: £0.00
  • When placed into a conical cut hole, the countersunk head will sit flush with or below the surface of the surrounding material, improving the finish of the product and removing any potential trip / catch hazard.
  • The head is designed to be driven by a hex key.
  • Stainless steel grade 304 (A2) for increased resistance to corrosion.
£0.00 Ex Tax: £0.00
  • When placed into a conical cut hole, the countersunk head will sit flush with or below the surface of the surrounding material, improving the finish of the product and removing any potential trip / catch hazard.
  • The head is designed to be driven by a hex key.
  • Stainless steel grade 304 (A2) for increased resistance to corrosion.
£0.00 Ex Tax: £0.00
  • When placed into a conical cut hole, the countersunk head will sit flush with or below the surface of the surrounding material, improving the finish of the product and removing any potential trip / catch hazard.
  • The head is designed to be driven by a hex key.
  • Stainless steel grade 304 (A2) for increased resistance to corrosion.
£0.00 Ex Tax: £0.00
  • When placed into a conical cut hole, the countersunk head will sit flush with or below the surface of the surrounding material, improving the finish of the product and removing any potential trip / catch hazard.
  • The head is designed to be driven by a hex key.
  • Stainless steel grade 304 (A2) for increased resistance to corrosion.
£0.00 Ex Tax: £0.00
  • When placed into a conical cut hole, the countersunk head will sit flush with or below the surface of the surrounding material, improving the finish of the product and removing any potential trip / catch hazard.
  • The head is designed to be driven by a hex key.
  • Stainless steel grade 304 (A2) for increased resistance to corrosion.
£0.00 Ex Tax: £0.00