Decking Screws

By: Deck-Max Decking  29-Sep-2015
Keywords: Timber Floors, Timber Decking, Deck Construction

Class 3 corrosion rated. Self Drilling Type Screw Tip 17 x 8 gauge x 50mm Suitable for 19mm > 22mm decking 350 per box, coverage approx. 5sq.m. Trade Tip - Use with the Counter Sink tool #DM4260 Trade Tip – Use these with the screws @ x 100mm square drive bits - # DM 4154

Keywords: Composite Decking, Deck Construction, Decking - Outdoor, Decking Screws, Screw, Timber Decking, Timber Floors, Wood Decking

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