Brass Screws

Types of Brass Screws

Cheese Head Slotted Brass Screws

Cheese Head Slotted Brass Screws

Counter Sunk Head Slotted Brass Screws

Counter Sunk Head Slotted Brass Screws

Knurled Brass Screws

Knurled Brass Screws

Pan Head Slotted Brass Screws

Pan Head Slotted Brass Screws

Phillips Head Brass Screws

Phillips Head Brass Screws

Phillips Head Slotted Brass Screws

Phillips Head Slotted Brass Screws

Raised Head Slotted Brass Screws

Raised Head Slotted Brass Screws

Round Head Slotted Brass Screws

Round Head Slotted Brass Screws

Socket Head Brass Screws

Socket Head Brass Screws

Brass Screws

  Why Brass Screws?

Typically, brass screws can be more aesthetically pleasing as the brass offers a softer tan coloring that works well with wood. Typically, smaller brass screws are used when building furniture or installing doors etc.

Stripping can occur when using brass screws whilst working with wood, and often a drill hole often the same size of the screw is drilled into the material first. The use of these pilot holes that are the same diameter as the not threaded part of the brass screw helps avoid stripping and ensures the screw offers maximum strength and load capacity.

Brass is a softer metal and so must be used with more care. It is also, as always, beneficial to use a screwdriver that fits the head of the screw exactly. Use better quality brass screws to help avoid any issues.

The anti-corrosive and water resistant nature of these screw's means they are ideal for exterior use.

Quite often iron screws with a brass plating are used, but brass screws work just as well. The main benefits of these screws will be found when installed in areas that cannot be easily maintained, and should be used instead of more typical iron screws which can rust.

For decades brass screws have been used on marine equipment, purely as these are the best screws for the job. The water resistant and anti-corrosive qualities of these screws are perfect for use around the sea and underwater (or anywhere where it is generally a bit damp!)

Regular steel and iron screws can corrode from prolonged exposure to the wind, sun and rain, and so pure brass or brass plated iron screws are the best for the job.

  Product Details of Brass Screws.

We are one of leading Brass Screws Manufacturer in Jamnagar. Brass Screws are made from high Quality Brass metal.

Backed by experienced staff and modern manufacturing tools, we manufacture quality Brass Screws, to our domestic and international clients. Our Brass Screws are well tested and inspected.

We always manufacture and design Brass Screws as per custom needs of our clients. Brass Screws are always available in different sizes and specifications to fulfill the industry needs.

We are reputed Brass Screws Manufacturer in Jamnagar, for selling top-notch Brass Screws without making any compromise on quality standards.

Just send us your drawing or sample details, So our professional engineers will choose the best manufacturing solution for your Brass Screws Requirements.

  How are Brass Screws Made?

Manufacturing Process for Brass Screws

Brass Extrusion Coil — Forging* — Machining — Finishing — Packaging — Your Product is ready to delivered.

  Finish and Plating for Brass Screws.

Natural Plated, Nickel Plated, Chrome Plated, Tin Plated or as per customer's specifications or requirements.

  Packaging Details for Brass Screws.

Standard Packing & Relevant markings are provided in each outer package.

  Lead Time for Brass Screws.

We will give you lead time based on your project and quantity of the Brass Screws.

  Available Price for Brass Screws.

EX-Work, FOB — Freight On Board, C&F — Cost And Freight, CIF — Cost, Insurance and Freight, etc.

We provide quality Brass Screws as per custom specifications (custom drawing and samples). For more information regarding Brass Screws please Contact Us.

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