screws

  • Self Drilling Screws

    Self Drilling Screws

    Self drilling screws made of hardened carbon steel or stainless steel are used for fastening . Classified by the pitch of thread, there are two common kinds of self drillingl screw threads: fine thread and coarse thread.
  • Wood Screws

    Wood Screws

    A wood screw is a screw made up of a head, shank and threaded body. Since the entire screw is not threaded, it is common to call these screws partially threaded (PT). Head. The head of a screw is the portion that contains the drive and is considered the top of the screw. Most wood screws are Flat heads.
  • Chipboard Screws

    Chipboard Screws

    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.
  • Drywall Screws

    Drywall Screws

    Drywall screws made of hardened carbon steel or stainless steel are used for fastening drywall to wood studs or to metal studs. They have deeper threads than other kinds of screws, which can prevent them from removing easily from the drywall.