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# 2 Phillips Coated Bugle Head Drywall Screws , Stainless Steel Bugle Screws #6x1-5/8 "

    • # 2 Phillips Coated Bugle Head Drywall Screws , Stainless Steel Bugle Screws #6x1-5/8 "
    • # 2 Phillips Coated Bugle Head Drywall Screws , Stainless Steel Bugle Screws #6x1-5/8 "
    • # 2 Phillips Coated Bugle Head Drywall Screws , Stainless Steel Bugle Screws #6x1-5/8 "
    • # 2 Phillips Coated Bugle Head Drywall Screws , Stainless Steel Bugle Screws #6x1-5/8 "
  • # 2 Phillips Coated Bugle Head Drywall Screws , Stainless Steel Bugle Screws #6x1-5/8 "

    Product Details:

    Place of Origin: Jiangsu, China
    Brand Name: crever
    Certification: ISO
    Model Number: drywall screws

    Payment & Shipping Terms:

    Minimum Order Quantity: Negotiable
    Price: Negotiable
    Packaging Details: bulk packing + small box packing+pallet
    Delivery Time: 15-30 working days
    Payment Terms: T/T
    Supply Ability: 600 ton per month
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    Detailed Product Description
    Material: C1022, SS304, SS201, SS316, SS410 Surface: Black Phosphate, Gray, Zinc, Ruspert, Nickel
    Sizes: 3.5x16mm~4.8x157mm Thread: Fine Thread, Coarse Thread
    Drive: Philips Drive Head Type: Bugle Head

     

    # 2 Phillips Coated Bugle Head Drywall Screws , Stainless Steel Bugle Screws #6x1-5/8 "

     

         Drywall screws have bugle heads, which are set a little below the surface of the drywall, with the holes filled with joint compound when the drywall is finished. Drywall screws for trim have a flat head that fits a Phillips head screwdriver or a flat head that fits a square driver.

     

         The right fine thread drywall screw can be invaluable to both commercial contractors and construction professionals, as well as do-it-yourself homeowners who have a slew of projects to work on.

     

          A fine thread drywall screw can be used to fasten several different materials, including plastic, fiberglass, metal and wood. When you find quality fine thread drywall screws, you enjoy countersinking perfection that helps prevent popping heads and torn paper.

     

    2. Specifications:

     

      Product Name
    drywall screws, gypsum board screws
      Material
    stainless steel, carbon steel, alloy steel
      Color
    black phosphate, gray, zinc, HDG, ruspert, nickel white
      Sizes
    3.5x16mm~4.8x157mm   #6--#10
      Grade
    C1018, C1022, SUS201, SUS304, SUS316, A2-70, A2-80, A4-80, 4.8 6.8 8.8 10.9 12.9
      Brand
    Crever Or customer own brand
      Thread
    coarse, fine
      Used
    building industry machinery, decration, eletronical industry, wood and so on

     

     3. Features:   

    • Package quantity less than 15kg per carton
    • For attaching gypsum board to wood studs
    • Bugle-head countersinks
    • Black-phosphate coated
    • Made to conform to ASTM C1002
    • Horizontal or herring-bone indentations for better hold
    • Coarse thread and Fine thread

      4. Applications:

     

          Drywall screws are designed for hanging drywall. General Fastening applications where need high strength and superior corrosion resistance. Typical applications Construction, Machine repairs outdoor. Designed for using in high-stress and high-strength applications. Zinc plated offers corrosion resistance and protection.

     

      5. FAQ:

     

    1. What does "bugle head" mean?

     

        Bugle head refers to the cone-like shape of the screw head. This shape helps the screw stay in place, without tearing all the way through the outer paper layer.

    2. Some drywall screws say "sharp point." Do I need this?

    Yes, most drywall screws have this now. It makes it easier to stab the screw into the drywall paper and get the screw started.

    3. How many drywall screws in a pound?

    This depends on the type of screw, but 1 5/8" coarse thread #6 screws will...MORE yield about 200 per pound.

    4. What type of drill-driver bit should I use?

    Generally a #2 Phillips.

    5. Why are drywall screws black?

    Black drywall screws have a phosphate coating to resist corrosion.

    Some have a thin vinyl coating that make them even more corrosion-resistant and which make them easier to draw in because the shanks are slippery.

     

      6. More Pictures:

     # 2 Phillips Coated Bugle Head Drywall Screws , Stainless Steel Bugle Screws #6x1-5/8 "

     

    # 2 Phillips Coated Bugle Head Drywall Screws , Stainless Steel Bugle Screws #6x1-5/8 "

     

    drywall screws fine thread, black phosphate / zin plated plasterboard screws

     

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