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Machine screws are one of the more widely used products among dozens of standard fastener types. They can be either coarse-threaded or fine-threaded, and are usually available with a wide range of head types. Usually stronger than many other screw types, they are used for fastening metal parts and panels securely together in a range of construction and other applications including aerospace, machinery, vehicles, engines, tool assemblies, electronic devices, and large-scale industrial equipment.
Sourced from quality producers, machine screws are offered as part of our own branded (AVIATIONEU NEW ERA) product lines conforming to aerospace/military or industrial standards/specifications. They come in different sizes, head types, materials and thread gradings. Countersunk screws allow the head of the screw to sit flush with or below the surface of the surrounding material. They may also be used to remove the burr left from a drilling or tapping operation thereby improving the finish of the product and removing any hazardous sharp edges.
AVIATIONEU NEW ERA MS35206 and MS35207 series of machine (non structural) screws are mil spec pan head cross recessed (Phillips) screws, manufactured from carbon steel and are cadmium plated to specification QQ-P-416, Type 2, Class 3. MS35206 series machine screws feature 60,000 psi min. tensile strength and can be used as replacements for AN526 truss head & AN515 round head screws. MS35207 series machine screws are fine threaded have a minimum tensile strength of 55,000 psi and replace the AN507R series. Both MS35206 and MS35207 series machine screws are offered in different diameters, thread sizes and lengths in inches and they are sold in pieces. For more information, please refer to the individual product presentations, the supplied documentation or contact us.