M4 x 12mm T20 Torx Low Cap Head Screws (ISO 14580) - Stainless Steel (A2) Description
The M4 x 12mm T20 Torx Low Cap Head Screws (ISO 14580) - Stainless Steel (A2) has the following features:
M4 (4mm) Thread Size (T)
ISO 14580 Manufacturing Standard
12mm Length (L)
T20 Torx Size
3.1mm Head Length [max] (H)
Stainless Steel (A2) Material
Stainless Steel (A2) Material Specification
0.7mm Screw Thread Pitch
Metric Metric or Imperial?
7mm Head Diameter [max] (D)
1.66mm Drive Depth [min] (P)
Discover more about the Torx Low Cap Head Screws range.
Torx Low Cap Head Screws are fitted with a hexalobular Torx drive (also called 6lobe or star drive), to prevent cam-out during operation. Accu's Torx Low Cap Head Screws are designed for use with our Torx Drive Bits. These components also feature a reduced head height, for space-saving and aesthetic purposes.
In addition to stainless steel torx low cap head screws, this product is also available in other materials, such as Aluminium, Brass, PPS, Reny and PEEK. A full-size variant of this component is also available, and can be found in Accu's Torx Cap Head Screws range. Low Profile Socket Head Cap Screws are also available and they can be found in Accu's Low Head Cap Screws category.
Hexalobular Low Cap Head Screws are available in a variety of materials, including Stainless Steel, Aluminium, Brass, Reny, PPS, Phosphor Bronze and PEEK. Chemical Blackening conversion coating and Nylon Thread Locking Patches can be applied to all Stainless Steel components, and non-standard material choices are available on customer request.
Metric Torx Low Cap Head Screws
Hexalobular Low Cap Head Screws are available in metric sizes, with lengths ranging from 3.00mm to 60.00mm, and thread sizes of between M2 and M8. All components within this product range have a maximum thread length, which will be specified in the technical specification for each individual component.
Torx Low Head Captive Screws
Our Torx Low Head Cap Screws can be precisely machined to incorporate an unthreaded shank below the head. The captivation process gives fasteners like Torx Low Head Captive Screws self-retaining properties and can be used in conjunction with other captive fasteners, such as Retaining Washers, which help to prevent loss of fasteners in housing assemblies and aid with compliance to EU Safety Directives.