Stainless Steel Flat Head Slotted Screw

Flat Headed Slot screw drives have a single specific horizontal indentation in the fastener head and is force through a common blade or flat-bladed screwdriver. This shape became the primary type of screw drive to be developed, and it turned into the simplest and cheapest to make. Additionally, it is particularly in comparison to other common drives, because of its being straightforward to fabricate the slot head, and the strength to be driven through a simple hand tool.
Although this type of screw is one of the generally known and less expensive types, it is also the most prone to stripping
Slotted screws are quality for its design that require some screws that you may screw manually, alternatively with a powered drill, in an effort to regularly cause the screw to strip or cam out.

Material Used: Made of Steel