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Self Drilling Screw Manufactory

Compared with ordinary screws, Self Drilling Screws have high toughness and holding power, and they will not loosen after a long time of assembly. It is easy to use safety drilling and tapping once to complete the operation.

Self Drilling screws is a new invention of people this year, it is mainly used for the connection between thin metal materials and building structures.

1.As an established Self Drilling screw manufacturer, the Self drilling screw produced by Lituo has great toughness and metal strength after heat treatment. The hardness of the heart can reach HRC31.7-39.0, and the surface hardness can reach about HV600-750.

2.The tail of Lituo’s self-drilling screw is clipped out by our own mold, so the strength and toughness of the tail can be controlled. That’s why 3 out of 10 backscrews in the world are drilled into roofs from Lituo.

3.We are an innovative self-drilling screw factory and now have a new 3D printer. If you have a new design for the screw, we can print out a large model for you first. After your evaluation, we can produce molds and start mass production.

Why Choose Lituo Self Drilling Screw ?

As a Self Drilling Screw manufacturer with 20 years of experience, Lituo has leading technology and rich production experience in the production of Self Drilling Screw.

Self-Drilling Tip

Our Self-Drilling Screws feature a self-drilling tip that eliminates the need for pre-drilling. This makes installation faster and more efficient, reducing labor costs and speeding up project timelines.

Corrosion-Resistant Material

Our Self-Drilling Screws are made from high-quality stainless steel or other corrosion-resistant materials that provide superior protection against rust and corrosion. This makes them ideal for use in harsh environments or applications where the screws will be exposed to moisture or other corrosive substances.

High-Strength Design

Our Self-Drilling Screws are designed to provide high-strength and reliable fastening. They are available in a range of sizes and lengths to meet the needs of any project, and are suitable for use in a variety of materials, including metal, wood, and plastic.

FAQ

Self-drilling screws are designed to drill their own holes as they are screwed into the material. To use them, simply insert the self-drilling screw into the material and use a power drill to turn the screwdriver bit. The screw’s drilling tip will penetrate the material, creating a hole, and then the screw will thread itself into the hole.

For fastening wood to metal, it’s best to use a self-drilling screw with a sharp point and a coarse thread. These screws have a drilling tip that can penetrate metal and then cut threads into the wood. The coarse threads provide a strong grip in the wood and prevent the screw from loosening over time.

Self-drilling screws do not require a pre-drilled hole as they have a drill point at the tip. However, if you need to create a pilot hole for a #14 self-tapping screw, you can use a drill bit that is 5/32 inch in diameter.

Self-drilling screws are screws that have a drill point at the tip of the screw, allowing them to drill their own hole as they are screwed into the material. This eliminates the need for a pre-drilled hole, saving time and effort in the fastening process.

Self-drilling screws, also known as self-tapping screws, do not require a pre-drilled hole. However, if you need to create a pilot hole for a #8 self-tapping screw, you can use a drill bit that is 11/64 inch in diameter.

A self-drilling screw is a type of screw that has a drill point at the tip, allowing it to drill its own hole as it is screwed into the material. This eliminates the need for a pre-drilled hole and makes the fastening process more efficient.

No, self-drilling screws do not require a pre-drilled pilot hole. The drill point at the tip of the screw will create a hole as it is screwed into the material

Self-drilling screws have a drill point at the tip that allows them to create a hole as they are screwed into the material. The screw’s threads then grip the material and hold it in place.

Yes, self-drilling screws are suitable for use with metal studs. They are designed to drill their own hole in metal as they are screwed in, making them an efficient and reliable choice for fastening to metal studs.

Self-drilling screws are used for fastening materials together without the need for a pre-drilled hole. They are commonly used in construction, woodworking, and metalworking applications.

Self-drilling screws do not require a pre-drilled hole, so you do not need to use a drill bit with them. However, if you need to create a pilot hole for a self-tapping screw, you can use a drill bit that is slightly smaller than the screw’s diameter.

The drill bit size for self-tapping screws will depend on the size of the screw. Refer to the manufacturer’s recommendations or use a drill bit that is slightly smaller than the screw’s diameter.