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Recommended for all types of wood or metal to wood construction where standard wood or deck screws or nails are too short or light. Used in concrete with Lag Shields. Steel is zinc plated for moderate protection against rust.
Wood joiners are used for fastening wood joints in both finished and rough carpentry. The sharp sides along the length of the fastener keep it hidden in the connected pieces, while offering exceptional holding power. The corrugated design fits snugly into wood. Common applications include wood furniture and picture frames. These fasteners work well in hard and soft wood. Use a standard hammer for installation.
Threaded inserts provide permanent machine screw threads in wood, plastic, soft metal or other porous materials. Threaded inserts are often used to replace worn wood screw or metal screw holes that have become oversized due to wear. Installed with a machine screw, bolt, hex key or screwdriver for those types available with a slotted head. Use flanged type inserts to prevent pull-through. Threaded Inserts prevent wood splitting and the need to use large screws in wood only applications. Use of the correct drill size is very important in order to allow the nut to collapse properly.
Pick up and transfer nails, screws, nuts or any small ferrous metal objects, then pull the handle to release in desired location. Prevents injuries from sharp metal objects. Lifts up to 1 lb of 2-1/2 inch. nails. Maximum holding power is determined using a flat 1/4 inch. steel plate. Thin, uneven or painted objects will reduce capacity.