Flat socket head cap screws are commonly used in machine assembly, especially for removable panels and parts. This element is a heavy-duty screw that is especially well suited to fastening thin plates, strips, moldings, and sheet metal parts. There are numerous applications that benefit from using flat-head socket screws.
Ideally, flat-head socket screws are used for thin sections where heads cannot protrude. It is also recommended for fastening where maximum flush and sidewall contact is required.
Allen screw is a screw characterized by its head having a hexagonal socket. Allen or hex socket is the primary drive used and is to be torqued using an Allen wrench, also called a hex key. Allen socket screws are often seen as advantageous over the normal Philip’s head. Allen screw head has six pressure points while the other one has only four. With more pressure points, it is easier to grip the screw making Allen screws preferable.
304 Stainless Steel is the material used for this capscrew. Type 304 Stainless steel is a T300 Series Stainless Steel austenitic. It has a minimum of 18% chromium and 8% nickel, combined with a maximum of 0.08% carbon. Knowing this, you may be confident that your 304 stainless steel stove bolt is corrosion-resistant.