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50mm high 3mm thick Building cement nails

50mm high 3mm thick Building cement nails

A screw refers to parts for construction machinery. It is a kind of small cylindrical or conical metal rod with a threaded part with a sharp end like a nail. It has a slotted or dimpled head and is used alone.

3" Galvanized Concrete Nails

Galvanized concrete nails are designed for outdoor installation of wooden elements, since they are less prone to corrosion due to galvanic zinc coating. May also be used for interior and finishing work.
Galvanized construction nails are the most common and practical. Almost every construction phase requires galvanized nails - without them can not be any repairs or construction. Our company offers a huge range of different nails intended to deal with any situations. Most often on the market are made of steel, brass and bronze nails, but galvanized nails very popular among the professionals. Nails without galvanized types are used in closed spaces, and the zinc nails used in the public and external works, since galvanized nails is a reliable and effective way to bond wooden and other elements.
A screw refers to parts for construction machinery. It is a kind of small cylindrical or conical metal rod with a threaded part with a sharp end like a nail. It has a slotted or dimpled head and is used alone.
 

Specification

Finish Mechanical Galvanized
Length 3"
Material Steel
Shank Type Fluted
Size 3/16"
Type Concrete Nail
Product Weight 3.1
 

Application

Galvanized concrete nails are used in construction such as the combination of any wooden structures. A coating of zinc allows their use in outdoor, as well as almost any painting, decorating and finishing construction work.
 

Feature

anti-corrosion
They are manufactured of hardened steel providing higher rigidity to make sure that it will not bent and break off when penetrating the solid concrete.
Securing furring strips and wood framing to concrete wall and blocks.
Fastening a ledger board to a foundation.
Securing hand rails on a concrete patio.
Finishing off a basement.
Building a garage on a poured slab, etc.
The holding powder of the nails determines which types of nails is the best to be used. The fluted shank with greatest holding surface is the most used one to grip the concrete firmly and avoid the nails from loosening and coming out over time.