Halsteel® Collated Nails
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TrueSpec® Nail Head Identification System
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21° Plastic Strip Round Head Nails
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For construction, carpentry, framing, and box making. Smooth, thin shank reduces wood splitting. Made to conform to ASTM F1667.
For trim, window frames and decks. Made to conform to ASTM F1667.
For construction, carpentry, and framing. Galvanized coating and larger shank provide greater strength. Made to conform to ASTM F1667.
Cut Flooring Nail
For securing hardwood strip flooring to subfloor and to secure wood framing or furring strips to brick, block or concrete. Wide side of nail should always be driven parallel to the grain of the wood.
Cut Masonry Nail
For attaching wood to cinder block, mortar joints, brick walls, and fresh concrete. Blunt point and tapered shank reduce splitting.
For attaching gypsum boards to wood studs. Cupped saucer-head designed to countersink into drywall for ease of concealment. Long diamond point reduces cracking in drywall. Made to conform to ASTM C514.
Used for fencing.
Extra-thin shank with standard head suitable for working with thin pieces of wood, such as crates or furring. Electrogalvanized nail commonly used to apply chamfer strip. Hot dipped galvanized nail also known as “”lobster pot nails,”” as used to repair lobster crates. Also used for plywood in soffits and with cedar shingles.
For trim and fine finishing work. Small diameter and cupped head for countersinking beneath the wood surface for filling and smooth finished appearance. Made to conform to ASTM F1667.
For securing hardwood strip flooring to subfloor.
Used for foundry casting work, concrete form work and metal sculpturing.
Used for general construction where thinner shank for driving ease is desired. Thinner than a common nail, but slightly heavier than a box nail of comparable length.
For attaching stucco wire mesh to exterior of structure in preparation for the application of stucco mud. Nail with wad used with paper that does not have wadding preattached. Nail without wad used with paper that has wadding already attached.
Grip-Cap® Metal Cap Nail
For applying roofing asphalt shingles, insulation board, and felt-to-wood substrates. Large head and heavier shank gauge provide greater holding power.
Grip-Cap® Plastic Cap Nail
For anchoring housewrap, sheathing, and felt. Wide head and ringed shank for greater holding power.
Masonry “Stub” Nail
Similar to masonry nails, but with larger head. Used for a variety of applications that call for a smooth masonry style nail, including fastening pipe conduit, switch boxes, corner beads or wire mesh to masonry walls.
Long, strong spikes drive well. Oval heads hold firmly, have good appearance. For use with both galvanized steel and aluminum gutters.
Used for fastening antique hinges and face-nailing doors.
Joist Hanger Nail
For attaching joist hangers to wood studs. Short, heavy gauge nail provides increased holding power without fully penetrating wood.
For attaching lathing material. Heat sterilized to create blue oxide film resistant to corrosion.
Lead Head Nail
For metal roofing applications. Lead head flattens out with impact, creating a seal against the metal roof.
For attaching furring strips and floor plates to uncured concrete. Made to conform to ASTM F1667.
Metal Round Cap Masonry Nail
Metal Round Cap Masonry Nail for attaching foam insulation to exterior surfaces. Fluted to penetrate masonry without cracks.
Provides maximum holding power for pallet construction and increased pallet life. Round, well-centered heads feed smoothly and efficiently through automated nailing equipment.
Oval Head Siding Nail
For blind nailing of wood siding and clapboard.
Panel Board Nail
Used to attach panel board to wood furring or studs.
For patio and deck construction. Thin shank reduces splitting of wood. Checkered head reduces hammer slippage. Ring shank for use with softer woods and with permanent heavy-duty construction where vibration can work nail loose, spiral shank reduces splitting in hard woods.
For attaching copper flashing and other decorative copper roofing elements. Large head for greater holding power. Smooth shank for ease of penetration.
Roofing Nail with Neoprene Washer
For applying roofing asphalt shingles, insulation board, and felt-to-wood substrates. Large head and heavier shank gauge provide greater holding power. Electrogalvanized nail also appropriate for use with vinyl siding. Made to conform to ASTM F1667.
For cedar shake applications. Smaller head for concealment. Slender shank minimizes splitting. Checkered head reduces hammer slippage.
For attaching thin sidewall shingles. Sturdy slim shank prevents splitting.
For construction, carpentry and framing. Checkered countersunk head designed to sink flush with surface. Vinyl-coated smooth shank for easier nailing and firmer holding power. Made to conform to ASTM F1667.
Used to secure railroad ties, landscaping timbers and thick members used in log home construction.
Split-Proof® Wood Siding Nail
Thinner shank and blunt point minimizes splitting. Ringed shank for greater holding power. Checkered head reduces hammer slippage.
For attaching furring strips, clips, hangers, etc. to concrete block or mortared joints.
For use with clay roofing tiles. Long shank is sturdy enough to insert through the predrilled hole in Spanish tile, while the oversized head prevents the nail from going all the way through the hole.
For securing landscape timbers. Similar to a spike, but thinner to minimize splitting.
Used with fasteners to create a larger surface area for holding materials in place.
For attaching hardwood mouldings (a.k.a. hardwood trim nail or moulding nail). Brad-style head for ease of concealment.
For attaching truss plates. As multiple nails are commonly used with truss plates, truss nails are thinner than joist hanger nails to minimize splitting of the wood trusses.
For laying plywood or composition underlayment over existing wood floors or floor joists. Ringed shank for greater holding power.
Vinyl Siding Nail
For attaching vinyl siding. Oversized 3/8″ head for increased holding power.
Wood & Hardboard Siding Nail
For attaching wood and hardboard siding. Extra-stiff shank for greater holding power.
Wrought Head Cut Nail
Three-sided head and black oxide coating ideal for authentic restoration and antique effect.
Used for general construction and framing. Similar to coated sinker, but with smooth flat head instead of checkered countersunk. Made to conform to ASTM F1667.
Used for fastening burlap around tree root balls.