Stainless Steel SS410 Self Drilling Screws


Stainless Steel Self Drilling Roofing Screws

The difference between 304 and 410 stainless steel self-Tapping/ Drilling screws.

The materials are different: 304 stainless steel is a common material in stainless steel, with a density of 7.93 g/cm, a high temperature resistance of 800 degrees, good processing performance and high toughness, and is a versatile stainless steel.

410 stainless steel is stainless steel produced in accordance with American ASTM standards, S41000 (American AISL, ASTM). Containing 0.15% carbon and 13% road, it has good corrosion resistance.



The applicability is different: Stainless steel drill tail self-tapping screws 410 can be heat treated, and their corrosion resistance is better than carbon steel, but worse than stainless steel, and can drill through iron plates; stainless steel drill tail self-tapping screws 304 cannot be heat treated, and have strong corrosion resistance and low hardness. , can only drill through aluminum plates, wooden boards, and plastic boards.


  • Used for Attaching Metal Roofing and Siding Panels to Metal Stud Framing
  • Corrosion & Rust Resistant 410 Stainless Steel
  • EPDM Rubber Backed Stainless Steel Washer to Keep Water Out
  • Self Drilling TEK point for easy installation


  • Advantages:
  • Less force
  • Reduced cutting time
  • Better size control
  • Improve tool life
  • Cut their own thread


Corrosion protection coating is now offered on all of our ‘410’ screws and provides 1000 hours of superior salt spray protection


  • Stainless Steel grade 410 self drilling screws are used to fasten sheet metal to steel purlins and rails.

Website : 6d497535c739e8371f8d635b2cba01a

Stay tuned 图片Cheers图片

Post time: Dec-05-2023