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5-1/8" x .148 Screw Hot Dipped Galvanized
5-1/8" x .148 Screw Hot Dipped Galvanized FP454820SHDE1M
Box Count: 1000
In Stock,Subject To Manufacturer Availability
The FP454820SHDE1M, 5-1/8" x .148 Screw Shank Hot Dipped Galvanized Plastic Strip Jumbo Nails:
Compatible Tools: Fasco F91A RHN20-130, F91AC RHN20-160, MAX HS130, Bostitch Big Berta 130, and other 22 degree jumbo nailers.
Suitable Applications: These plastic strip jumbo nails are excellent for heavy-duty framing, retaining walls, pole barns, concrete forms and much more.
Interchangeable Fasteners: Beck America (FP454820SHDE1M).
Please Note: Depending on availability, we may substitute this product with an identical interchange from another name-brand, such as Senco, Spotnails or SureFit. Product specifications, box count and build quality will remain identical, but may arrive in alternate packaging. If you have specific brand requirements for your fastener order, please specify in the comments section during checkout.
WARNING: California residents, this item qualifies for Proposition 65 legislation.
- Box Count 1000
- SKU FP454820SHDE1M
- UPC 714732719191
- Fastener Length 5-1/8"
- Collation Type Plastic Strip
- Condition New
- Fastener Treatment Hot Dipped Galvanized
- Fastener Point Type Sharp
- Fastener Shank Diameter .148"
- Fastener Material Steel
- Fastener Head Type Full Round Head
- Fastener Shank Type Screw
- Country of Manufacture Austria
- Special Offer Available No
- Product Degree/Angle 22 Degree
- Fastener Type Jumbo Nail
What does the "screw" hot dipped mean? I am looking for something similar to ring shank for pole shed construction to fit in my Bostitch BRT 130. range is 4-5 1/8.
Question by: Denton on Apr 29, 2019, 10:04:00 AM
Hot Dipped represents the galvanization of this particular nail. Screw references the type of shank the nail has. It is similar to a ring shank in that it has ridges, but the screw shank is instead shaped to replicate the thread of a screw. The thread forces the nail to turn as it’s driven, essentially forging its own thread in the wood. As with ring shank nails, the threads create a locking effect that makes the nail more difficult to remove. Here's a full article on nail shank types: https://www.nailgundepot.com/blog/understanding-nail-shank.html
Answer by: Customer Service (Admin) on Apr 29, 2019, 10:27:00 AM
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