Brass Wood Screws
Slotted Flat Head Wood Screws in Solid Brass
Brass Wood Screws are designed to adjoin two pieces of wood tightly and efficiently. Wood Screws are partially threaded with a shoulder below the screw's head designed to slide through the top pieces of wood so that it can pull both boards together tightly. Slotted Flat Head Wood Screws feature a countersunk and undercut head to run flush with the installation surface.
Brass Wood Screws are prized for their corrosion resistance and electrical and thermal conductivity, however the metal itself is quite soft so it is not suitable for all applications. Brass is an alloy made of copper and zinc. The color of brass can vary from dark to light based on the zinc content; more zinc content produces lighter brass. It is often used in pipes, weather stripping, trim, radiators, musical instruments, and firearms.
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