Drywall Screws

Drywall screws are case hardened and are designed with metal piercing points and bugle shaped Philips head which ingeniously and securely fastens drywall to metal stud work without the head pulling thought the paper surface of the drywall.

According to the difference of the thread, drywall screws are be divided to drywall screws fine thread and drywall screws coarse thread. Fine thread screws are mainly used for drywall and general interior applications. Coarse thread screws are for general purpose interior wood applications. Another similar screw is drywall screws self-drilling point. They are used to attach drywall to heavy gauge metal 20-14 gauge.

In many cases, drywall screws provide the kind of torque that will make certain kinds of clamping operations unnecessary. In addition to eliminating some clamping, the creative use of drywall screws can many times eliminate the need for complicated, time consuming and sometimes expensive joinery systems like dovetailing, dowelling and other traditional methods.

Drywall Screws Fine Thread
Drywall Screws Fine Thread
Drywall Screws Coarse Thread
Drywall Screws Coarse Thread
Self-drilling Screws Pan Head Phillips Cross Drive
Self-drilling Screws Pan Head Phillips Cross Drive
Modified Truss Head Screws Sharp Point Zinc Plated
Modified Truss Head Screws Sharp Point Zinc Plated
Drywall Screws with hi-low thread
Drywall Screws with hi-low thread