How Do You Identify A Head Cap Socket Screw?
A socket head cap screw is machined screw that are designed with a cylindrical barrel shape. The head has a hexagonal socket which is fastened with an Allen key. These screws have a smaller head than most other machine screws that are typically 1.5 times their nominal thread diameter.
Different Types Of Socket Head Cap Screws
Socket head cap screws are unique types of fasteners. Most types of fasteners are socket head cap, low head cap, button heat, socket flat, and socket set screw.
What Is The Tensile Strength Of A Stainless Steel Socket Head Cap Screw?
Stainless steel head cap screws are designed in grades 2, 5, 8, and L9. The grade 8 has a tensile strength of 150,000 pounds per square inch. Similarly, grade L9 has a tensile strength of 180, 00 per square inch.
How Much Torque Do You Need For Flanged Socket Head Cap Screws?
The torque setting is primarily designed to affix different materials in place. The torque depends on the diameter of the thread and property class. For an M3 thread, the torque for the 8.8 class is 0.80 with a 12.9 class is 1.3. As the thread diameter increases the torque requirement also increases gradually.
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