For easy installation of metal and plywood panels to wood, hollow block, and concrete.
Used in conjunction with a collated screw gun to drive the screw well into a hard surface, it’s used in drywall installation, building furniture, decks, steps, and frames.
Dowel screws, also known as lag screws, are heavy duty screws designed for metal-to-wood applications. They have a square or hexagonal head that can be used with standard wrench and pliers. Available in many sizes for many applications.
A thread forming screw with high helix thread for driving or hammering into sheet metals, castings, fiber or plastics for permanent, quick assemblies. Requires a pre-drilled or punched hole.
Sharp point makes it ideal for attaching drywall to wood studs or metal studs.
Curved into a loop at one end and durable threading at the other end, an eye screw allows the shaft to hold securely while the eye anchor allows for many applications.
Floorboard Screws are specifically designed for installing wood floors in truck trailers. These screws have a countersuck six-lobe drive, cut their own threads, a blunt point ending in tapered threads, and multiple cutting edges.
Hex lag screws, also called lag bolts, are used in wood construction.
A straight shank fastener designed to bind metal to metal by going through a hole or opening that is pre-tapped to form the same thread configuration as the threads of the machine screw. Machine screws have threads along the entire length of the shaft, much like their bigger brother, the tap bolt. Popular in electronic applications.
Self-drilling screws, also known as Tek screws, eliminate the need for a pre-drilled hole and allow drilling and fastening to be done in the same motion.
SEMS screws combine two separate parts into one pre-assembled, low cost fastener. With washers under the head, SEMS screws are fast, permanent, and easily adaptable to many applications.
Sheet Metal Screws
Flat Head Sheet Metal Screw Type A, Zinc
Thread Cutting Screws
Designed with a blunt tapered point and multi-cutting edges, thread cutting screws are used in applications ranging from heavy gauge sheet metal to plastic fastening.
Thread Rolling Screws
Thread rolling screws are designed for reliable and secure fastening into materials such as plastic
Used in applications where a fastener is frequently adjusted with easy-grip textured head that allows adjusting and installation to be done simply by hand.
Wing-like projections from the head of the screw, ideal for thumb and forefinger leverage in turning. Ensures rapid assembly and disassembly using only your hand.
Designed specifially for fastening wood to wood, with threads that give the greatest drilling and holding power when screwing into wood. Wood screws come in many head styles to meet the needs of different applications.