#10-32 x 1/2", Flat, Socket Head Cap Screw, Alloy Steel, Steel, Black Oxide Finish, 100PK
- Item # 5MJR5
- My Part #
- Mfr. Model # 10F50KFC
- Catalog Page # 2117
- UNSPSC # 31161501
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- Item Socket Flat Head Cap Screw
- Screw Style Socket Head Cap Screw
- System of Measurement Inch
- Screw Head Type Flat
- Basic Material Steel
- Material Grade Alloy Steel
- Dia./Thread Size #10-32
- Length 1/2"
- Fastener Finish Black Oxide
- Fastener Thread Type UNF (Fine)
- Class 3A
- Drive Type Hex Socket
- Drive Size 1/8"
- Thread Style Fully Threaded
- Thread Direction Right Hand
- Thread Length 1/2"
- Head Height 0.127"
- Thread Dia. #10
- Vented Hole Size Not Vented
- Head Dia. 0.411"
- Temp. Range - 20 Degrees F to 400 Degrees F
- Rockwell Hardness RC 38 to 43
- Min. Tensile Strength 180,000 psi
- Fastener Industry Standards ASTM A574, ASME B18.3
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