Wholesale Distributor for Brighton Best Screws
Screws are used throughout every industry to fasten all sorts of parts and materials together. Screw fasteners typically feature a raised helical thread, a straight or tapered shaft, and a sharp or flat point. Depending on the style, screws can be secured into a surface by hand or by using a tool, such as a wrench, a power drill, or a screwdriver. We supply an extensive range of Brighton Best screws, including socket head cap screws, machine screws, self-tapping and self-drilling screws, hex cap screws, and more.
RC Fasteners partners with Brighton Best International to supply our customers with a variety of imported and domestic screws at wholesale prices. Brighton Best is a leading provider for a wide range of RoHS compliant fasteners in a wide range of materials, coatings, thread and head types, and sizes. Click into any of the categories below to request a quick quote. Contact us today with any questions.
Types of Screws from Brighton BestAll Brighton Best screws are available with Manufacture Test Reports. Request at the time of purchase, at no additional charge.
Concrete ScrewsBrighton Best concrete screws are used to secure medium to high loads into concrete, brick, or stone surfaces. We offer concrete screws in 3/16” or ¼” size options and ¼” or ¾” length options. Constructed from low carbon steel with a blue finish to protect against corrosion.
Construction ScrewsBrighton Best construction screws are strong fasteners used for heavy structures and supports that require durable, long-lasting connections. We stock a variety of construction screw styles, including deck screws, drywall screws, floorboard screws, and more. Choose from a wide assortment of materials, coatings, and sizes.
Flat Countersunk Cap ScrewBrighton Best flat countersunk cap screws are fully threaded with an internal hex and a low-profile flat head, allowing them to sit flush in mechanical applications. Available in sizes up to 7/8”-9 and lengths up to 6”.
Head Set ScrewsBrighton Best square head set screws have a square head for tightening by hand or with a wrench and are best suited for light-duty applications. We offer square head set screws in various sizes and lengths with several material options, including stainless steel, black oxide, and hardened black oxide.
Hex Cap ScrewsBrighton Best hex cap screws are general purpose screws with a hex-shaped head and washer face on the bearing surface. Typical applications include fastening machinery and equipment. Select from Grade 2, 5, 8.8, 8, or 10.9 screws in inch or metric sizes. Available hex cap screw materials include plain alloy, zinc coated, medium carbon, and stainless steel.
Machine ScrewsBrighton Best machine screws are characterized by their uniform threads, which allow them to be used as a fastener for a variety of components, including machines, tools, appliances, electronic devices, automotive parts, and more. As one of the most versatile screw types, machine screws are available in a wide range of head shapes, including Philips, slotted, and hex. Zinc CR+3 coated. We also offer stainless machine screws for extra resistance to corrosion and high temperatures.
Self-Drilling ScrewsBrighton Best self-drilling screws do not require a pilot hole to fasten, resulting in reduced installation time and lowered costs. These screws are commonly used in metal building construction applications. We stock self-drilling screws in a variety of head types, including indented, square, flat, oval, and more. Available in sizes up to ¼”-14 and lengths up to 4”.
Self-Tapping ScrewsBrighton Best self-tapping screws have the ability to tap threads into unthreaded material. Unlike self-drilling screws, self-tapping screws require a pilot hole to be pre-drilled before they can be installed. Select from Type A, Type B, or Type AB in a range of sizes. Material options include stainless steel or low carbon steel with a zinc plating.
Socket Head Cap ScrewsBrighton Best socket cap screws have a cylindrical head and internal wrenching features, making them ideal for low clearance applications with limited space for installation tools. Options include button socket, flat slotted, flat socket, low head, socket head, and socket shoulder styles in low carbon, stainless steel, black oxide, and plain alloy material. Inch or metric sizes available.
Socket Set ScrewsAlso known as grub screws, Brighton Best socket set screws are designed without a head and must be tightened with a hex or square key. We supply socket screws in a wide range of inch and metric sizes. Choose from a variety of styles, including brass tip, cone point, dog point, flat point, nylon tip, knurled cup, and more.
Socket Shoulder ScrewsBrighton Best socket shoulder screws consist of a shoulder under the head to act as shaft for bushings and bearings or as an axle for rotating/sliding parts. Available in stainless steel and thermal black oxide constructions with options for nylon pellets. Choose from a range of sizes.
Thread Cutting ScrewsBrighton Best thread cutting screws are a type of self-tapping screw designed to create threads in pre-drilled metal or plastic holes. These screws are commonly used in applications that require periodic maintenance. Options include thread cutting screws and floorboard thread cutting screws in low carbon material with a phosphate or zinc coating.
Thread Forming ScrewsBrighton Best thread forming screws are also a type of self-tapping screw with a tri-lobular shape to form a zero-clearance mating thread in an unthreaded pilot hole. These screws maintain superior vibration resistance compared to thread cutting screws, making them ideal for stressful environments. Select from several sizes and lengths in low carbon, zinc-coated material.
Selecting the Best BBI Screw Fasteners for Your ApplicationWhile most screws feature a head and threaded shaft, each style has a different use. Brighton Best provides screws for a multitude of industry applications, including aerospace, automotive, commercial & industrial, power generation, and more. Before selecting a screw, it is important to determine the requirements for your specific application. Common considerations include:
- Head type (determines which tools can be used to fasten the screw)
- Material and coating requirements (provides corrosion resistance, temperature resistance, etc.)
- Size and length (dependent on the thickness of the material you’re working with)
- Thread style (different thread styles provide different level of torque and hold strength)