What are the advantages of hexagon socket screws


Everyone is no stranger to hexagon socket screws, and t […]

Everyone is no stranger to hexagon socket screws, and their applications are also very common. The general head type has countersunk head hexagon, flat head hexagon, cup head hexagon, which is what we often call cylindrical head hexagon socket screws. The heads of these screws are rounded on the outside and a recessed hexagon in the middle. So what are the advantages of hexagon socket screws?

1. The force-bearing area is large. The hexagonal hole of the hexagon socket screw is cylindrical, and the wrench is not easy to slip out when the cross bar is tightened, while the ordinary cross or chair has to be pressed from top to bottom while twisting For tightening, the hexagon socket should be used for screws with greater force.

2. Hexagon socket screws are often used in machinery, mainly to facilitate fastening and disassembly. Allen wrenches are generally in the shape of a curved square with a 90-degree turn. The bent end is long and the other is short. When the short side is used to screw the screw, the long side can save a lot of force and can fasten the screw well. At the same time, it is possible to avoid the risk of slipping due to the use of wrongly marked screwdrivers.

3. It can be countersunk and is easy to install. The hexagon socket screw is the whole nut sinks to the inner surface of the workpiece, which can maintain the photochemistry and aesthetics of the surface of the workpiece. It is also suitable for many transfer occasions, such as narrow occasions. Therefore, assembly and maintenance are very convenient, and debugging is also simple and easy to operate.