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Review of Countersunk Chipboard Screws

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“If you need a screw....”

published 12/01/2015

Sits flush, affordable, good quality.

May not be suitable for a range of applications.

...the screws as I find they are great for securing chipboard as a temporary solution. Using a power screwdriver is a must, though. Chipboard isn't necessarily tough to manually screw into, but after a while it can be tiring, though you must be careful when using power tools. The fact that these screws are countersunk also means that they are ideal for use on flooring because they sit flush to the chipboard...

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Review of Socket Cap Screws

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Reasonable value for money, very secure fitting, well made

Parts being connected require a threaded hole.

...importantly it depends on the type of allen key you have to hand. If you are purchasing this for home use then this is a very important thing to consider. The flat end is not the only difference you will immediately notice. The head of the 'screw' is not as flat or flush as a traditional screw can be, though you can buy flat headed screws that have an allen key fitment. The final difference is obviously...

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Review of Pozi Pan Head Screws

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“Pozi Pan Head Screws”

published 16/01/2015

Secure fitting, affordable, good quality.

Be careful of the head over time.

...First impressions These 'Pozi Pan' head screws have come in very handy for me over the years. They get their name from their shape because they are designed for use with a Pozidrive screwdriver. They have a reasonably flat head and are square on the end and not pointed for traction to a wooden surface, for example. They screws are designed for use on metalwork and this is the purpose I use...

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