countersunk bolt

countersunk bolt

[¦käun·tər‚səŋk ′bōlt]
(design engineering)
A bolt that has a circular head, a flat top, and a conical bearing surface tapering in from the top; in place, the head is flush-mounted.

countersunk bolt

countersunk bolt
A bolt having a circular head with a flat top and a conical bearing surface which tapers in from the top; when in place, the head is flush-mounted.
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The customer may require a countersunk bolt arrangement to hold lids on, if during operation bolt heads could be sheared off because they're close to walls or equipment.
Tenders are invited for Supply of HSFG Bolt & Nuts with washer and countersunk bolt & Nut - 41 items
Tenders are invited for Countersunk Bolts - Allen Head With Nut And Spring Washer As Per S.
This custom-designed flange is made of 1/2" thick 6061-T6 aluminium and comes with eight countersunk bolts to fasten directly to a robot motor without any modifications.
Handles are usually one-piece hardwood attached with countersunk bolts or heavy-gauge round steel tubing.
This is achieved by using a series of countersunk bolts at the corners of the glass panels with 902 austenitic stainless-steel fittings.
The last step is to insert the copper-pipe end caps in the holes for the countersunk bolts.