Concrete Screw Styles
Concrete Screws, or anchor screws, are externally threaded screws with a double lead, consisting of alternating raised and lowered threads with notches cut into the raised threads, and a diamond-shaped, nail-type point.
Concrete screws cut their own threads and are used in concrete, block or brick. They eliminate the need for an anchor when used in light or medium-duty applications. When used in concrete, they can be removed and re-driven into the same hole. Special carbide bits are recommended for driving concrete screws into masonry. The ruspert finish on our concrete screws is a ceramic coating that helps drive them into pressure-treated lumber.
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