HBS SEKO A4 10,0X110/80 TX40 CUT

Vis TF pour agglo. nervures de fraisage, point cut
  • No. 91474100 110/80
  • Materials A4
  • EAN Code 3610500471438
  • Customs Code 73181410
  • Number per package 100
  • Net weight per 100 3.48
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TECHNICAL CHARACTERISTICS

  • Diameter 10
  • Total length 110
  • Height of head 4.7
  • Type of thread Chipboardscrew thread
  • Head shape Countersunk head
  • Pitch 4.6
  • Thread length 80
  • Material number 1.4401
  • Section Item 9147 (SPS/HBS-Cut-Seko)
  • Drive size TX40
  • Bit type cutting point
  • strength class 500
  • Diameter of head 19

STRENGTHS

  • FEATURES - countersunk 90° - double countersunk head - TX drive - cutting point - ribs under the head
  • Product benefits Wobble-free drive The TX internal, multi-tooth drive allows easy and secure screw driving from setting to countersinking. No predrilling Predrilling is not needed, even in most hardwoods. But given the many different properties of hardwoods we would always recommend testing before application. European technical Assessment ETA 11/0283

ADVICES

  • Area of use Timber construction
  • Uses Ideal for screwing in wood. The optimal thread geometry ensures the best grip in a variety of wood materials. By recording TX optimum power transmission is achieved. Martensitic stainless steel C1 With this material higher break torques can be generated, than with austenitic stainless steel. The martensitic stainless steel screws are to be used in accordance with steel key in temperately aggressive media free of chlorine. The corrosion behavior under addition of salts and acids is disadvantage. The martensitic stainless steel screws are not to be used in humid rooms as well as constructions which are established in aggressive atmospheres. Under these conditions austenitic stainless steel of the classes A2 or A4 = rust and are to be used according to steel key resistant to acid.
  • Perfion__Remarque catalogue b = Item Number European technical Assessment ETA 11/0283
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