Captive Screws

47/4C - Captive Screws

Southco 47 Class captive screws (and the corresponding color-coded "Prism" 4C Class captive screws), offer hundreds of permutations of installation and tool-actuation styles for mounting doors, panels, and other hardware components in limited-space applications.

52 - Miniature Captive Screws

Captive fastening in tight spaces is no problem with the reduced footprint of these Miniature Series captive screws. Combination tool-head recesses and knurled screw options provide lots of versatility for fastening/unfastening by hand or with tools.

09/12/17 - Fast Lead Captive Screws

Get the functionality of a "quicker" screw fastening solution and the ease of more forgiving alignment, for frequently accessed applications. These fasteners use a modified Acme thread to combine quick and easy engagement like a quarter-turn fastener provides, with the tightening power and grip of a captive screw.

51/53/58 - Captive Screws

These screws and captive screws provide an attractive polished finish and ample shaft length to mate with threaded receptacle on frame, throughout a range of panel thicknesses. They are available with or without spring ejection to retract the screw body when threads are disengaged.

5T - Heat Sink Captive Screws

Maintain consistent mechanical fastening and optimize heat-transfer performance between microprocessor and heat sink assemblies. Southco 5T Heat Sink Screws are designed to compensate for less-than-perfect alignment between microprocessor and circuit board and to allow for thermal expansion.

F5 - Flush Captive Screws

Deliver captive screw solutions for applications where there is minimal space above the face of the panel, or where a flush-mount look is desired, by using this low-profile shell and mounting screw. For use in most aluminums or in low-carbon steels that are 1/4 hard or softer.

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