The application of hexagonal screws is also very common. The general head type has a countersunk head hexagon, a flat head hexagon, and a cup head hexagon, which is what we often call a cylindrical head hexagon screw. The outer sides of these screw heads are round, and the middle is a recessed hexagon. Below, Heavy Hex Bolt Manufacturer introduces the characteristics of hexagonal screws:
1. The force bearing area is large, the hexagonal hole of the hexagonal screw is cylindrical, and the wrench is not easy to slip out when the crossbar is used to tighten it, while the ordinary cross or chair needs to be pressed from the top to bottom and then twisted. For tightening, the inner hexagon should be used for the screws with greater force.
2. Hexagonal screws are often used in machinery, mainly to facilitate fastening and disassembly. The inner hex wrench is generally in the shape of a curved ruler with a 90-degree turn. One end of the bend is long and the other side is short. When screwing with the short side, holding the long side can save a lot of force and tighten the screw well. At the same time, it can avoid the risk of slipping wires caused by using wrongly marked screwdrivers.
3. It can be a countersink and is easy to install. The whole nut of the hexagonal screw sinks into the inner surface of the workpiece, which can maintain the photochemical and aesthetic properties of the workpiece surface. It is also suitable for many transfer occasions, such as narrow occasions. Therefore, the assembly and maintenance are very convenient, and the debugging is also simple and easy to operate.