Shop fabral #10 x 1-1/2-in brick red painted galvanized self - tapping roofing screws (100-count) in the roofing screws section of here Sheet Metal, Self Tapping Self Drilling Screws Sharp Point and Drill Point Screws with Cutting Threads for Metal, Plastic or Wood. Sheet metal screws have sharp threads, sometimes referred to as self cutting or self threading screws , that cut into sheet metal, such as aluminum, plastic or wood. Self Drilling Screws Also Known as TEK Screws , Drill Point, Self Drillers and Self Tapping . Self Drilling Screws are used primarily when fastening into steel or other metals and are typically used to join materials like sheet metal.

Alternating high and low threads minimize driving torque and allow the screw to hold more material between threads for a stronger hold and better strip-resistance than standard drywall screws for wood. From inception Leland concentrated on domestic manufacture of Bolts, Nuts and Screws using only North American Steel and Labour herepeting herepetitors both at home and internationally. Offering all types of structural fasteners including galvanized structural bolts and screws . Get a structural fastener quote today

These sheet metal screws or tapping screws are These sheet metal screws or tapping screws are highly versatile and are used to attach metal wood fiberglass and plastic. The sharp threads draw material together and ensure a secure hold. Made from hardened steel the threads create their own mating thread in pre-drilled holes. Black Oxide / Black Zinc Fasteners - Machine Screws - Tapping Screws - Thread Cutting Screws - Thread Rolling Screws - Self Drilling Screws - Hex Nuts Screws : A-286 Corrosion Resistant Nickel Screws Aerospace Screws Aircraft Screws Alloy Steel Screws Alloy Steel Large Size Screws Alloy-20 Screws

These wood screws are thread forming screws with These wood screws are thread forming screws with larger threads and sharp points for ease of installation. Used for directly fastening 2 wood surfaces. The smooth tapered shank under the head prevents the wood from pulling or splitting and allows for a more flush placement against the surface.