Pan Head Screws

Pan head screws are a common head type of non-countersunk screw. Head used in wood screws, self-tapping screws, self-drilling screws, and machine screws. They have wide heads, a flat bearing surface, high vertical, chamfered, or curved sides, and a flat or slightly domed top surface with a recessed sock. Pan head screws are a common head type of non-countersunk screw head used in wood screws, self-tapping screws, self-drilling screws, and machine screws.

They have wide heads, a flat bearing surface, high vertical, chamfered, or curved sides, and a flat or slightly domed top surface with a recessed socket. Pan head screws are used in a wide range of applications, including: Where a flat bearing surface is required There’s a risk of the head being caught in use A decorative fixing is desired. Pan heads are similar to round heads, truss heads, and binding heads, although pan heads have largely replaced these other heads in modern screws.