In engineering, woodworking, and construction, nails re […]
In engineering, woodworking, and construction, nails refer to pointed hard metals (usually steel) that are used for fixing wood and the like. The hammer nailed the nail into the item, and recently there was an electric nail gun and a gas nail gun. The nail can stabilize the item, and it is hooked on it by its own deformation, and relies on friction. Nails have different shapes due to their numerous uses. The most common nails are called “wire nails”. In addition, there are common nail names and tacks. Drywall nail manufacturers take us to understand the nails:
The shape is very similar to a round nail, and the head is slightly thicker. However, cement steel nails are made of high-quality steel and have the advantages of being hard and bending, and can be directly nailed into concrete and brick walls. Common specifications are 7~35mm. Also known as the wood screw. It is easier to combine with wood than other nails and is used in combination with metal and other materials and wooden materials.
The body is twisted like a twist, the head is round and flat, with a cross or a head, and the bottom is a pointed bottom. The nail force is particularly strong. It is suitable for some places where strong nailing is required, such as drawers, wooden ceiling hangers, etc. Common specifications range from 50 to 85mm. It is a nail with pointed ends and a smooth surface in the middle. Studs are easier to combine and fix wood than other nails. They are especially suitable for pinning when the board is flat.
The common specifications are 25~120mm. The drywall screws are deeper, have higher hardness and are cheaper, and can better combine two metal parts than other nails. It is often used for the connection of metal components, such as the manufacture of aluminum alloy doors and windows. The shape is similar to cement nails, but it is shot in the gun. Relatively speaking, nail fastening is better and more economical than manual construction. At the same time, it is easier to construct than other nails. The nailing is mostly used in the construction of wooden projects, such as fine wood making and wooden photo engineering.