|Screw Type||CHIPBOARD SCREW, USED FOR PLYWOOD|
|Size||M-4 TO M-12|
|Quantity Per Pack||100|
A chipboard screw is a type of screw specially designed for use with chipboard, particleboard, and other engineered wood products. These screws are used to fasten wood materials that tend to be more brittle and less dense than traditional solid wood. Chipboard screws have features that make them well-suited for these applications. Here are some key characteristics of chipboard screws:
Thread Type: Chipboard screws typically have coarse, aggressive threads designed to grip the wood fibers of chipboard and similar materials effectively. These threads help prevent the screw from slipping out of the wood.
Double Countersunk Head: The screws usually have a double countersunk (flat) head, which allows them to be flush with the surface of the wood when driven in. This design enables a smooth and even finish.
Self-Tapping: Many chipboard screws are self-tapping, which means they can penetrate and create their own threads as they are driven into the wood, eliminating the need for pre-drilling.
Square or Phillips Drive: Chipboard screws typically come with a square or Phillips drive for easy installation with a suitable screwdriver or power drill.
Variety of Lengths and Diameters: Chipboard screws come in various lengths and diameters to suit different applications and material thicknesses.
These screws are commonly used in woodworking and furniture assembly. They provide a secure and reliable connection in engineered wood products, ensuring that the components remain firmly attached. It's essential to select the right type, length, and diameter of chipboard screw to match the thickness of the material and the specific requirements of the project. Using the correct screw size and proper installation techniques will help prevent over-penetration or splitting of the wood.
|Size||M-4 TO M-10|
|Polish||ZINC BLUE PLATED|
|Quantity Per Pack||100|
Zinc Blue Plated Finish: The "zinc blue plated" finish on the screw provides corrosion resistance. The blue color is often added for aesthetic purposes and can help distinguish these screws from others. The zinc plating helps protect the screw from rust and corrosion, making it suitable for use in potentially damp or outdoor environments.
Chipboard Screw: Chipboard screws are designed with features that make them well-suited for use with chipboard and other engineered wood materials. These features often include fine threads and a sharp, self-drilling point, which allow the screw to penetrate and grip the wood without splitting it.
These screws are commonly used in various woodworking and construction applications where chipboard or similar materials are involved. The zinc blue plating provides durability and a bit of style, while the chipboard-specific design ensures a secure and reliable fastening. The specific size, thread type, and head type of the screw can vary depending on the particular project or application.