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Hex Lag Screws

Lag bolts are large wood screws with hexagonal heads often called a lag screw. Hex heads are six sided for use with a wrench.

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A Hex Lag Screw, also called a lag bolt, is a full-bodied threaded bolt with a hex head,  spaced threads and a gimlet point. They are used mainly in wood construction.

Finishes:

  • Zinc plating, slows the corrosion rate in a normal atmosphere.
  • Galvanized plating protects the bolt from corrosion.
  • Stainless Steel material. Grade 18-8 has the same design advantages as a low carbon bolt, however can be used in environments that require greater atmospheric corrosion resistance.

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ZINC

  • Drive: Hex
  • Finish: Zinc
  • Grade: A
  • Head: Hex
  • Material: Steel
  • Point: Gimlet
  • REACH: Y
  • RoHS: Y

HDG

  • Drive: Hex
  • Finish: Hot Dipped Galvanized
  • Grade: A
  • Head: Hex
  • Material: Steel
  • Point: Gimlet
  • REACH: Y
  • RoHS: Y

Stainless

  • Drive: Hex
  • Finish: Plain
  • Grade: 18-8
  • Head: Hex
  • Material: Stainless Steel
  • Point: Gimlet
  • REACH: Y
  • RoHS: Y

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