Chipboard screws are self-tapping screws with a small screw diameter. It can be used for precision applications like the fastening of chipboards of varying densities. They have coarse threads to ensure the perfect sitting of the screw on the chipboard surface. Most of the chipboard screws are self-tapping, which means that there is no need for a pilot hole to be pre-drilled. It is available in stainless steel, carbon steel, and alloy steel to bear more wear and tear while also making it more corrosion resistant.
The advantages of these screws are numerous. Despite having very high tensile strength, these screws are easy to use and prevent the surface from cracking or splitting even without the use of a washer. In addition to that, they are temperature resistant, which means that they can retain their mechanical and electrical characteristics even at very high or very low temperatures. All
these features drastically increase the service life of these screws.
There are pan head, oval had countersunk flat head and double flat head chipboard screws and so on.
Be widely used in structural steel industry, metal building industry, mechanical equipment industry, automobile industry, etc. Ideal for chipboards and wood, they are often used for cabinetry and for flooring.
Common length (around 4cm) chipboard screws are often used to join chipboard flooring to regular wood joists.
Small chipboard screws (around 1.5cm) can be used to fasten hinges to chipboard cabinetry.
Long (around 13cm) chipboard screws can be used to fasten chipboard to chipboard when making cabinets.
The Feature of Chipboard screws:
Easy to screw in High tensile strength Avoid cracking and splitting
Deep and sharp thread for cutting through wood cleanly
Excellent quality and high temperature treatment for resistance to snapping
Different choices of dimensions and surfaces
Construction authorities approved Long service life chipboard screws