Screws

Reliable Steel Distributors is a specialized manufacturer of high quality screws  in India. A thin piece of metal, usually with a pointed end and a flat top shaped to hold a tool, that is forced into wood or metal by turning, and is used esp. to join two pieces or to hold something in place. 

A screw can also act to hold things together in some cases. Some examples of the uses of a screw are in a jar lid, a drill, a bolt, a light bulb, faucets, bottle caps and ball point pens. Circular stairways are also a form of a screw.

Screws are widely used in threaded fasteners to hold objects together, and in devices such as screw tops for containers, vises, screw jacks and screw presses. Other mechanisms that use the same principle, also called screws, don’t necessarily have a shaft or threads.

Manufacturer & Exporters of Screws in Worldwide.

Deck Screws

Our deck screws feature a type 17 point (notched point at the tip) to aid in chip removal during thread cutting which allows for an easy installation in wood and composite deck materials. A bugle head and square drive help to eliminate the stripping effect sometimes experienced with other types of drives.

Hex Lag Screws

Lag screws, also called lag bolts, are large wood screws. The head is external hex and are driven with a wrench. Used for lag together lumber for framing, machinery to wood floors, and other heavy duty applications.

Self-Drilling Screws

Self-drilling screws have a sheet metal thread with a self-driller cutting (TEK) point to pierce through 20 to 14 gauge metals. The higher the TEK number, the larger the drill point to pierce heavier gauge metals.

Sheet Metal Screws

Sheet metal screws (SMS) have sharp cutting threads that cut into sheet metal, plastic or wood. They have a fully threaded shank and sometimes have a notched point at the tip to aid in chip removal during thread cutting.

Wood Screws

Wood screws are partially threaded with large cutting threads and a smooth shank. They are designed to slide through the top piece of wood and tightly pull all boards together.

Screws help to hold things together, such as pieces of wood or metal. Compared to ordinary nails, screws provide more strength and holding power. They also form a tighter seal. … If you look at a screw up close, you’ll notice that it’s basically an inclined plane wrapped around a cylinder.

Screws are used to hold things together as they pull or push the object. Screws may also be used for lifting heavy objects and to tighten things, like the vice in the image to the right. Because of the screw’s ridges, a screwdriver is used to drive a screw into wood as it is turned in a circular motion.