As Super Screws (P) Limited we are one of the leading screws manufacturers in India offering a wide range of high quality screws. All products manufactured by us come in both regular and metric specifications.

The product profile includes self-tapping screws from M3 to M8 and from No. 2 to No. 14. The machine screws range goes from M3 to M24. As the most formidable screw manufacturing company in India, we also manufacture all types of special screws with spring washers and plain washers.

Our position among India’s top self-tapping screw manufacturers is strengthened by producing screws for globally used drives such as:

  • Phillips head type drive
  • Allen/Socket type drive
  • Slot type drive
Slot type drive

We have earned unmatched reputation among self drilling screw manufacturers in India by employing new-age technologies to enhance quality standards as well as productivity.

As one of the market-leading machine screws manufacturers, we have installed an ultra-modern, well equipped in-house lab to ensure the best standards of wire production, and Spectro-enabled Lab for optimum results.

As a top screw manufacturer company, we offer various heads such as:

  • Binding Head
  • Cheese Head
  • Countersunk/Flat Head
  • Hexagon Head
  • Mushroom/Truss Head
  • Pan Head

The laboratory has all equipment calibrated to both national and international standards. With such infrastructural prowess, we at Super Screws have developed into one of India’s leading stainless steel screw manufacturers.


Where are screws manufactured in India?

Screws are manufactured in India at Super Screws. The company manufactures high-quality screws in different designs, diameters, specifications, lengths, and hardness grades. To ensure that each product in our range meets the quality standards, we have specially designed quality testing labs. We also have a team of CAD specialists who are constantly involved in research activities to enhance product quality and performance.

What type of steel are screws made from?

Screws represent a ubiquitous class of stainless steel fasteners that find wide application across diverse industries. They constitute an essential component of equipment and projects in various domains. Our organization provides a comprehensive guide that details the types and features of screws. Notably, screws can be fashioned from different materials, with stainless steel being the most prevalent due to its cost-effectiveness. Copper, aluminum, and titanium are also alternative materials for manufacturing screws. In order to enhance their durability and resilience, screws are often coated with protective layers, such as copper, zinc, or ceramic coatings. However, it is noteworthy that stainless steel screws are an economical option that performs optimally across all applications.

What is the principle of a screw?

A screw is a fundamental mechanism that transforms rotational motion into linear motion and torque into a linear force. As one of the six classical simple machines, its most common form features a cylindrical shaft with helical grooves or ridges known as threads encircling the outer surface. The screw is inserted through a hole in another object or medium that contains threads on the inside, meshing with the screw's threads. When the screw's shaft is rotated relative to the stationary threads, the screw moves along its axis relative to the medium surrounding it. For instance, rotating a wood screw will force it into the wood. In screw mechanisms, either the screw shaft can rotate through a threaded hole in a stationary object, or a threaded collar, such as a nut, can rotate around a stationary screw shaft. From a geometrical perspective, a screw can be regarded as a narrow inclined plane that is wrapped around a cylinder.