Although fiberboard nails and drywall nails are both nails, there are differences between them in fastener products. So what's the difference between fiberboard nails and drywall nails? Let's take a look.
I. Introduction of fiberboard nails
Fiberboard screws, whose full name is fiberboard screws, are heat-treated products suitable for electric tool installation. They are mainly used for connecting and fastening wood plates and between wood plates and thin steel plates. To a large extent, it can replace the use of ordinary wood screws (wood screws are not heat treated).
Two, dry wall nail is introduced dry wall nail is a kind of nail, its name is directly translated from English DrywallScrew, dry wall nail on the appearance of the biggest feature is the horn head modeling, points double line fine teeth dry wall screw and single line thick teeth dry wall screw, the biggest difference between the two lies in the former thread is double thread, It is suitable for the connection between gypsum board and metal keel with thickness not exceeding 0.8mm, while the latter is suitable for the connection between gypsum board and wooden keel.
Three, the difference between fiberboard nails and dry wall nails first from their diameters, fiberboard nails include 3 mm, 3.5 mm, 4 mm, 4.5 mm, 5 mm, 6 mm six specifications, of which 4 mm, 5 mm, 6 mm is the most common. The diameter of the dry wall screw is not so many specifications, only 3.5 mm this kind. Both drywall screws and fiberboard screws come in countersunk, semi-countersunk, or rounded heads. The grooves for drywall screws are deeper and more attractive. It is usually half-tooth, while fiberboard screws are generally full-tooth. The biggest feature of the dry wall screw in the appearance is the shape design of the horn head. If it is divided according to the thread, it can also be divided into two kinds of single thread thick tooth dry wall screw and double thread fine tooth dry wall screw. So much for today's introduction of the differences between fiberboard nails and dry wall nails.