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  • BUTTON HEAD SOCKET CAP SCREW

    The button head version of socket cap screws are commonly used for removable panels, machine parts, die fixturing, and clamping. The socket head enables driving where there is not sufficient space for wrenches or sockets. The button head offers a wider bearing surface and high tensile strength, but offers lower profile than standard socket cap screws.
    Button Head socket cap screws are available as an alloy with black oxide finish, or as stainless steel. 

  • WOOD SCREWS

    Wood screws are made to join two pieces of wood together and securely hold them. There are many styles of wood screws available today, from various driver tools to what material the wood screw is made from.

  • WING NUTS

    Wing nuts are a type of specialty nut with a pair of wings to enable it to tighten without tools. The wings provide a grip for the thumb and finger for turning. They are commonly used where frequent adjustments or removals are needed, and can be made quickly at a later stage.
    An alternative form of the wing nut has a washer built in, and is used to storm-proof the windows of a building. This washer face allows the wing nut to be used to secure plywood onto fixed anchors, where the hole in the plywood will be larger than the anchor studs it and the wing nut are being mounted on. This provides the advantage of having a larger surface bearing the pressure, while also eliminating the need of a separate washer that will often fall and get lost during storm-prep installation.

  • ALUMINUM KEY HOLE WASHER

    Aluminum key-hole washers are commonly used with combo truss machine screws and sidewalk bolts. They are used as an additional backing plate when storm panels keyways do not line up correctly. They are also often used to provide additional backing when sidewalk bolts have been changed out to truss head screws. They can be placed on after panels are installed.

  • T-NUTS

    T-nuts are barrel shaped fasteners with internal threading, and are used to provide an anchor point for a bolt in a piece of wood, whether a flat board or a dimensional piece. They are especially useful when a flush surface is wanted. T-nuts have a flat base with prongs bent up at 90° angles, parallel to the barrel. After pre-drilling a hole, the t-nut can be fixed in place either by tightening a bolt into it from the top, which pulls the prongs into the wood, or using hammer to pound the locking prongs into the wood until flush.

  • F-TRACK BOLTS

    The square head of these F-Track Bolts fits perfectly into all flat and angled storm panel F-Track.

  • SIDEWALK BOLT, STAINLESS STEEL

    Also known as shutter screws, the ultra-wide truss head distributes the load over a large area for excellent holding pressure when placing plywood, metal, and fabric hurricane panels or removable track. Made of 18-8 stainless steel, these screws are chemical resistant and may be mildly magnetic.

  • SQUARE NUTS, ZINC

    As the name implies, square nuts have a 4-sided, square design. This square profile provides a greater bearing surface when installing onto a bolt. Square nuts are designed for use with square headed bolts, and the large surface provides better resistance to loosening. When using square nuts, as with hex nuts, use flat washers of the correct size and material.

  • DEKFAST ROOF SCREWS, 10″ TO 18″

    Dekfast XHD High Strength Fasteners are ideal for insulation attachment to wood and light gauge steel. The SD#1 point cuts through gravel, BUR and metal up to 18ga. Black Sentri SP long=life coating provides extended corrosion protection. The #3PH pan head is compatible with all Dekfast insulation stress and membrane seam plates.
    Longer sizes are available by special request.
    FM and Dade County Approved.

  • BUILDEX TRUGRIP ROOF SCREW, 1″

    Buildex® TrueGrip timber screws are suitable for fixing metal roofing into both hardwood and softwood timber battens. Their sharp point prevents screw-walking when starting to insert them. They also engage the material faster, and need less effort, for a safer installation environment.

  • SQUARE PLATE WASHER

    Square plate washers are made from low carbon steel and have a larger surface area than round washers. Since they develop more friction when tightened against wood, they are often found in timber construction.
    Often, square plate washers are used to attach treated lumber sill plates to concrete foundations. Another common use is using square plate washers to attach wood beams to the walls of a garage, and them mount the garage door rails and equipment.

  • PRO-TECT SYSTEM FOR POOL ENCLOSURES

    PRO-TECT Fastener Protection System consists of a nylon sleeve and a cap that, together, cover and protect the anchor screw. The PRO-TECT nylon sleeve gives protection from electrolysis, providing worry-free installation while extending the life of the product. This is very important for the harsh conditions of the coastal environments and extreme temperatures.
    The PRO-TECT cap snaps onto the top of the nylon sleeve, covering the head of the Blue-Tap anchor screw. Due to its special design, the cap will not come off easily. Caps are available in White and Bronze.
    By repelling water and preventing penetration, PRO-TECT reduces or eliminates the need for warranty work, increasing life expectancy of the structures.