Strong screws built with twin lead threads for faster drive times. Usually used in hard woods.
Consists of both a high thread and a low thread that alternate along the screw to help minimize the amount of material displaced and provides a strong grip.Featured Products >
Built to cut deep clean grooves into pre-drilled holes in many masonry materials such as solid concrete, block, and brick.
A serrated pattern on the point and threads of a screw. These serrations help the screw start quicker, reduces splitting, and requires less torque.
Single lead thread with a wide spacing for superior holding in softwoods and particle boards.
A screw point that drills a hole for the screw and eliminates the need for pre-drilling.
Built with a milled slot running from the point to past the heel. Acts like a drill to help cut wood fibers and reduce splitting.Featured Products >
Single lead type "A" threads that drill their own hole into thin metals and create their own threads.
Single lead type "A" threads that drill their own hole into wood or plastics and create their own threads.
A 45° sharp point that looks like the end of a nail. The squared surface helps to pierce wood or other soft materials.