A 16 mm module screw type generally refers to a type of threaded fastener that has a metric thread with a pitch of 1.5 mm and a diameter of 16 mm. The thread profile is typically a symmetrical V-shape or trapezoidal shape, which allows for secure fastening by engaging with the threads of a corresponding nut or threaded hole.
Screw modules are a standard system used to specify the pitch of a screw thread. The 16 mm module screw type is commonly used in machinery, equipment, and construction applications where a large, strong screw is required for fastening or holding parts together. It can also be used in applications where a fine adjustment is necessary.
The length of the screw will depend on the specific application and the thickness of the materials being fastened. Screws of this size can be made from a variety of materials, such as steel, stainless steel, or titanium, and can be finished with a variety of coatings or treatments to improve corrosion resistance or appearance.