Common nails are shown as a wide head, a smooth shank and a diamond-shaped point. These nails are ideally for construction, carpentry & framing.
Coiled nails are designed for high volume operations in construction & repairing works. Main types include smooth shank nails, ring shank nails & screwed nails.
Concrete nails, also called masonry nails, are made of heavy duty carbon steel wires. These nails have short and tough nail shanks for greatest grip force.
Roofing nails with umbrella head, smooth or twist shank and sharp point, are used to fasten roof coverings. They are ideally for tropical areas house buildings.
Square Boat Nails
Square boat nails, with square shank and diamond point, are designed for boat and ship construction projects. They are also used for other wooden structures.
Horseshoe nails, commonly worked with lightweight aluminum horseshoe, are designed to reduce fatigue and improve hoof health for the horse.
Ring Shank Nails
Ring shank nails are featured with annular shank and diamond point. These nails can provide 40% more holding power than common nails.
Finishing nails are designed for construction projects where need a decorative effect. The significant feature of these nails is that the brad head.
Corrugated fasteners, refer to corrugated nails, are used for wood corner frame connection or connect the boards without gaps.
Plastic Collated Nails
Plastic collated nails are available in strip styles & coiled style. These collated nails are compatible with most standard pneumatic plastic collated nailers.
Paper Collated Nails
Paper collated nails, a popular used fastener style, are held together with paper strip. These nails can fit all 28° to 34° pneumatic nailer tools.
Duplex nails, with double head, are designed for temporary applications where nail removal is required. E.g. concrete forms, scaffolding & braces.
Clout nails, also called felt nails, are ideally used for roofing materials installation. There are smooth shank, ring shank and screw shank for choice.
U nails, also known as U fence staples, are commonly used to joint or bind materials together. The U nails are available in smooth and barbed shank types.
Hog Ring Staple
Hog ring staples are used for securing wire cloth on cages or fastening wire mesh fencing. They are working well with hod ring pliers & pneumatic hog ring guns.
Cut Masonry Nails
Cut masonry nails are made of hardened steel. They are ideally for attaching wood members to cinder block walls as well as to fresh concrete.
Insulation nails, a kind of special engineering plastic expansion anchor pins, are used to fix the heat preservation board on the wall.
Wood screws are used for connecting wood to wood. There are seven head type provided for different drivers. Click here for more details.
Screw nails, refer to framing nails with screw shank, are designed to provide strong holding power in hardwood construction. There are no predrilling required.