January 2014

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Tapping screw offers stability

Triangle Fastener Corp. has introduced its WOOD-TO-CONCRETE™ Tapping Screw for attaching wood to concrete, masonry or block.

The 1/4- by 2 3/4-inch tapping screw has a 15/16-inch hex-countersunk drive head said to provide the stability of a hex drive with the flush-mounting feature of a countersunk head wood screw for fast, easy installation. The WOOD-TO-CONCRETE Tapping Screw is coated in TRI-SEAL®'s 1,000-hour salt spray for corrosion protection, has case-hardened dual-thread taps, screws into concrete with nail-point guides and assists with removing debris from a hole. Each box contains 100 pieces and a carbide drill bit.

Website: www.trianglefastener.com

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