Self-drilling screws are excellently suited for fast screwing of sectional sheets to steel substructures.
Self-drilling screws according to DIN 7504 – drilling, thread cutting and screwing in one action
Self-drilling screws have a hardened tip (partly with wings and ribs) which drill into various substructures – even steel. There is no need to pre-drill tap holes. Self-drilling screws are suitable for fast screwing of sectional sheets to steel substructures for example. Drilling, thread cutting and screwing in one action – all in up to 12 mm thick steel!
- DIN 7504: Self-drilling screws with tapping screw thread or wings and ribs
Self-drilling screws are manufactured in double-stroke technique on cold forming presses.
The hardened, partly winged tip drills a hole in the steel structure. The following tapping screw thread immediately cuts a metric thread into the resulting hole. The screw connection can be undone again later.
Time-saving assembly of sections on a steel substructure without pre-drilling and without nuts
Metalwork, mechanical engineering, automotive industry and similar
Steel, case-hardened and quenched and tempered steels, high-grade steel
c. Thread types
Tapping screw thread
e. Head types
Countersunk head, pan head, hexagon head etc.
All common: galvanised (CrVI-free, RoHS-conform), nickel-plated, chromatised, Delta-Tone and Seal, Dacromet, Geomet etc. according to automotive and electrical industry specifications (VDA standard)
Thread locks, thread seals (e.g. Tuflok, ScotchGrip, Precote, Loctite, wax coatings).
Samples according to VDA , PPAP on request
Available on demand for first sampling: Standard ISIR as cover sheet sampling; VDA Volume 2 Level 0-3; PPAP Level 1-3.
Thread tapping screws
Thread rolling screws for metal