Hex Head Cap Screws

Hex Head Cap Screws

Hex Head Cap Screws are designed for easy assembly into a tapped hole. Hex Cap Screws meet SAE specifications with a specially designed washer face under the head and a chamfered point.

Grades
boltmarkingsGrade 2 is generally a lower strength fastener. Grade 5 is the most common grade used in manufacturing assembly.  Grade 8 has a greater tensile strength than Grade 5 and is designed for use in high-strength and high-stress applications.
Identification
Because there are so many different grades and fasteners all look about the same, medium carbon and alloy steel strength grades are marked for identification. Bolts and screws also bear a mark to identify the manufacturer. If strength is important, ensure that both the grade and manufacturer identification markings are present.
Specifications
Find out more details, specifications and markings for Grade 2,5, and 8 fasteners.

Hex Head Cap Screws

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    Hex Head Cap Screws – Grade 8

    Hex Head Cap Screws are designed for easy assembly into a tapped hole. Hex Cap Screws meet SAE specifications with a specially designed washer face under the head and a chamfered point. Grade 8 has a greater tensile strength than Grade 5. Designed for use in high-strength and high-stress applications.
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    Hex Head Cap Screws – Grade 2

    Hex Head Cap Screws are designed for easy assembly into a tapped hole. Hex Cap Screws meet SAE specifications with a specially designed washer face under the head and a chamfered point. Plain finish, or bare metal, will have a coating of light oil to resist corrosion. Grade 2 is generally an economical but lower strength fastener.
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    Hex Head Cap Screws – Grade 5

    Hex Head Cap Screws are designed for easy assembly into a tapped hole. Hex Cap Screws meet SAE specifications with a specially designed washer face under the head and a chamfered point. Grade 5 is the most common grade used in manufacturing assembly. Zinc plating, retards the corrosion rate in a normal atmosphere. Tensile Strength: 120,000 psi minimum.
     

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