What kind of nail fastening is good for drywall nails


Different drywall screws have different uses, and diffe […]

Different drywall screws have different uses, and different nails produce different effects and environments. Now, let's introduce a nail that has a good fastening effect, that is, a dry wall nail. Why is the fastening effect of this nail better? In general, because the nail is not a smooth structure, the nail has obvious characteristics in appearance - the shape of the horn is used, and the nail itself uses a thread shape. This special structure makes the nail and The bite force and friction between the connectors are greatly increased, resulting in a better fastening effect.

This type of nail can be subdivided into three types: two-line fine teeth, single-line coarse teeth, and self-drilling nails. These three types of nails belong to the drywall nail series and are classified into three types through specific use requirements. So, where are these three nails suitable for use? The first type of double-line fine teeth, because of good lubricity and high attack speed, is suitable for use on gypsum boards or joints between metal keels, but the thickness of these metal keels should be controlled within 0.8 mm.

Otherwise it will be out of scope. The second single-line coarse tooth, compared to the first one, is suitable for the connection between the gypsum board and the wooden keel. For the third type, it is more suitable for use in gypsum board or metal keel with a thickness of not more than 2.3 mm.

These three kinds of nails belong to the series of dry wall nails, which have superior fastening effect. Moreover, the nail is the most important and popular category in the fastening series. It is widely used in ceilings, ceilings, gypsum board and metal connections, and is safe and reliable.