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M3X8, Thread Forming, Din 7500-C, Pan Head Screw
2066774-001
Maternal-Infant Care
Other Maternal-Infant Care
GE Healthcare
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Product Overview

This pan head thread-forming screw is designed according to DIN 7500 and it can be driven into malleable materials without the need for tapping the mating thread. It is 8 mm long and has M3 size threads. The screw comes with torx drive which is instantly recognizable due to its six point star design on the screw head. The torx head is easy to drive using screw driver. The part is made of high quality stainless steel material which has good corrosion and rust resistance. Thread forming screws form their mating threads eliminating the need for tapping. The thread formed is a regular thread (metric or inch), meaning, thread-forming screws can be replaced with conventional screws. This screw is part of the assembly used with Maternal-Infant Care Systems.

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