J. W. Winco, Inc. Datasheets for Screws

A screw is a wide-encompassing type of hardware fastener that attributes its mechanical capabilities to the helical groove that extends around the circumference of the device's shank. These threads provide the friction and traction that serves a screw's purpose: to assemble or position two workpieces in relation to each other. While used synonymously, screws and bolts are not mechanical clones.


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Product Name Notes
DPHS Applied where permanent location of one part in relation to another is desired. Point is usually spotted in hole or slot.
DIN 464 DIN 464 knurled thumb screws are machined from solid bar.
DIN 464-NI DIN 464-NI knurled thumb screws are manufactured from solid bar stock.
DIN 653 DIN 653 flat knurled screws are machined from
DIN 653-NI DIN 653 flat knurled thumb screws are machined from solid bar stock.
EN 634
Elesa Model EWN
Elesa® original design technopolymer plastic Ergostyle® wing nuts. The slightly concave marks on the ends of the wings help to position the fingers to apply the maximum force when tightening.
EN 633
Elesa Model EWN.p
Elesa® original design technopolymer plastic Ergostyle® wing screws. The slightly concave marks on the ends of the wings help to position the fingers to apply the maximum force when tightening.
EN 531
Elesa Model CT.476 p
Elesa® original design technopolymer plastic swing knobs.
GN 251 GN 251 Clamping Screws have a hardened round head to handle greater clamping forces. A hex jam nut is supplied for locking the screw in place.
GN 418 GN 418 cam point screws are
GN 606 GN 606 socket head cap screws with ball point are used in applications where a ball point contact is required.
GN 606-NI GN 606-NI stainless steel socket head cap screws with ball point ends are used in applications where a ball point contact is required.
GN 913.2 GN 913.2 set screws with hardened spherical nose are used in applications where point contact is required. They are a lower cost alternative to ball point screws GN 605 and...
GN 913.3 Grub screws with brass or nylon tips GN 913.3 are recommended when the surface to be clamped must not be damaged.
GPX Maximum heat resistance of nylon plastic: 110
KHTS Screws securely hold parts with off-angle surfaces without marring or damaging the surfaces. For use where finger-tight clamping is adequate, wide knurled head is easy to grip. Available with steel...
GN 913.5 Set screw body
GN 605/
GN 605.6
Socket set screws with full ball point are used in applications where a ball point contact is required.
GN 605-NI Stainless steel socket set screws with full ball point GN 606 type AN are used in applications where a ball point is required.
GN 535 The knurling design and lack of underside grooves of GN 535 knurled screws makes them appropriate for hygienic applications.
DIN 6304 The thrust point of these screws DIN 6304 is designed to be used with or without a thrust pad for clamping. The snap ring is a simple and quick method...
DIN 6306 The thrust point of these screws DIN6306 is designed to be used with or without the thrust pad for clamping. The snap ring is a simple and quick method to...
DIN 6332 The thrust portion of these screws DIN 6332 is designed to be used with or without the thrust pad for clamping. The snap ring is a simple and quick method...
KHS This knurled thumb screw is used for jig and fixture work.
GN 431 Where a greater torque is required GN 431 wing screws are a better solution than knurled screws.
GN 433 Where a greater torque is required GN 433 wing screws are a better solution than knurled nuts.
GP Wing screws
GP1 Wings screws expand the applications for economical clamping solutions.