Based on individual requirements, many different drive systems suitable for both automatic and manual assembly scenarios are available. Our fastener experts will be only too pleased to advise you on the best choice of drive solution.
An overview of typical drive systems is given below
The distinctive advantages of the TORX PLUS drive system are
TORX PLUS tamper-proof also offers the benefit of inhibiting unauthorised adjustments, because the screws can only be turned with a special tool.
The irius drive was specially developed by SFS intec for use in the construction sector. It offers the following incisive advantages:
The low-profile fastener heads are available in any RAL colour.
The distinctive advantages of the SR drive system are:
To secure fasteners against unauthorised loosening, a range of different drives are available. Find out more about some of the systems which have been developed.
Ingenious four-sided drive
Because of the danger of over-torquing and spontaneous loosening, most conventional power tool screws are unsuitable for use in thin metal plate. SFS intec has developed a special fastener with a four-sided drive for such applications. They are retained securely in special front nozzles. On reaching a defined insertion torque, the drive spigot shears off during the insertion procedure. The installer then knows that the fastener has been correctly inserted.
So many definitive advantages:
Tamper resistant TORX PLUS
The tamper resistant TORX PLUS offers the benefit of inhibiting unauthorised adjustments, because the screws can only be turned with a special tool.
We would be delighted to produce a custom solution for you. Our engineers call on long years of experience in diverse application areas and very extensive development and production capabilities.
To secure fastener connections against manipulation and theft, SFS intec offers specifically designed drives:
Camera cross head drives for miniature designs
Perfect to the finest, tiny detail, fastener drive and bit combinations can enable high torque transfer in screws of less than 1.2 mm in diameter, or with extremely low-profile head geometries of < 0.8 mm.