Melfast can furnish virtually any screws you can imagine. These are a sample of the kinds of screws we typically distribute
This fastener boasts a thick head in the durable hexagon shape, complete with sufficient bearing surface underneath. Ideal for use in almost any industry, including mining, military, railroad construction and alternative energy, this versatile fastener is available in sizes from 1/4-20 through to 3.00-8. Ask about hex head cap screws in different materials, such as graded steel, stainless steel, alloys and aluminum. Trusted by contractors and manufacturers across the country, our hex head cap screws offer an affordable solution to your application.
These screws can be used to secure an object against or within another object, including shafts, gears and pulleys. Socket set screws are fully threaded and are ideal for use in confined areas where the head needs to be below the surface or flush. Socket set screws are mostly used in mechanical applications. We offer set screws in different materials and finishes, which includes stainless steel (18-8 and 316), and alloy steel with black oil finish. The latter is a very high strength heat-treated alloy steel.
These head cap screws can come with large cylindrical heads that have recessed hex-shaped drives. These make them suitable for applications where clearance is limited, and sockets and wrenches can't be used. Hex-shaped recesses in the head provide a driving surface that has increased protection against damage and has six sides of contact surface for more torque. We offer socket head cap screws in alloy steel. They are the strongest of all steel types and the high tensile strength provides excellent resistance to galling, fatigue and wear.
This fastener is utilized to secure individual sheets of light gauge metal together or also to secure an object or piece of equipment to an adjoining piece of metal. The Truss Head Style provides a larger and lower head height providing a sleeker appearance.
Pan-head machine screws have short vertical sides and are slightly rounded. Flat heads are often countersunk, which means they have a flat top and are cone-shaped under the head. Oval heads are similar to flat heads, but they are rounded at the top instead. Truss heads are wider and have a rounded top and lower profile. We offer these screws with Phillips drives and they can be used with a Phillips screw driver. The machine screws come in different types of steel materials, including stainless steel (18-8 and 316) and zinc-plated steel.
The Phillip Flat Head Machine screws are used in the assembly operation of securing equipment in place with the use of a hex nut, flat washer, and lock washer. The Flat Head is countersunk 82 degrees to allow for a flush finish with the surface.
This fastener is utilized to secure individual sheets of light gauge metal together or also to secure an object or piece of equipment to an adjoining piece of metal. The Flathead is countersunk at an 82-degree angle to all the fastener to be flush with the surface.
This fastener is utilized to secure individual sheets of light gauge metal together or also to secure an object or piece of equipment to an adjoining piece of metal. The Pan Head is the most common and preferred head style in everyday assembly operations.
Phillip Pan Rack Screws assembled with Black Nylon Washer are used to assemble computer racking systems, the black nylon washer prevents damaging the surface of rack systems.
This fastener serves a specific purpose in several industries, including contracting, modular buildings, railroad construction and steel fabrication. The tip of a washer hex tek screw is shaped like a drill bit to allow for self-tapping applications. Trust the hex head for high levels of torque and ask about the range of sizes available. Our washer hex tek screws come in 18-8 stainless steel, 316 stainless steel and graded steel with several types of platings.
Our Phillip truss type screw plays a dependable role in a variety of industries, including lighting and renewable energy, furniture and rackmount manufacturing, military, water treatment and steel fabrication. Rely on our 316 stainless steel Phillip Truss Type A SMS screw or ask about 18-8 stainless steel and steel with one of several available platings.
Employed across industries like rackmount manufacturing and high tech mechanics, Torx Truss Rack Screw w/Pilot Point is one of the most sought after and versatile fasteners in the industry today. We offer this fastener in 18-8 stainless steel and normal steel. We also offer this fastener in a host of platings including black oxide, passivate, zinc black and zinc clear. Melfast offers the best in class price and timely delivery of products across the nation.
Round type u drive screws find use as fasteners in a number of industries including water treatment, fabrication, pump manufacturing and in railroad construction. We offer round type u drive screws in steel and stainless steel. We also offer round type u drive screws in passivate and zinc clear coating. Our round type U drive screws are available at the best in class prices and we deliver on time, every time.