Spencer Western Bugle Batten Hex Head Zinc Plated Screws have a coarse tapping thread and a special long sharp fluted point to capture chips in timber. 14g x 75 TPI Coarse Thread Zinc Yellow Bugle Batten In/Hex T17 Timber Screws are most commonly used for structural framing, roofing battens, furniture, gates, fences, workbenches, pergolas, carports, decking planks and landscaping. Easy to use, can be installed using 5mm hex/Allen key or 5mm hex drive bit, which comes inside the box, in a power tool. The special long sharp self-drilling point with a flute (Type 17) that cuts the timber fibres as it is screwed in. Timber fibres are collected in the flute and reduces the potential for splitting. The self-drilling type 17 point can pierce light gauge steel up to 0.6mm without predrilling. The ribbed bugle head self embeds and can be driven flush or countersunk below the timber surface and are used where the finish is a primary concern.
- Plus 2x 5x50mm Drive Bits
- Hex shaped head designed specifically to prevent stripped heads and cam-outs
- Heavy-duty self-embedding head
- Type 17 Self-drilling point for fixing timber without the need to pre-drill
- The slot at the end reduces splitting of timber
- Easy to screw in
- High tensile strength
Avoid cracking and splitting
Deep and sharp thread for cutting through wood cleanly
Excellent quality and high-temperature treatment for resistance to snapping
Different choices of dimensions and surfaces
Construction authorities approved
- Long service life
|Quantity||500 + 2x 50mm Drive Bit|
|Screw Point||Type 17|
|Head Type||Bugle Batten Hex
|Drive Type||Hex Head|
BUGLE BATTEN HEAD - A heavy-duty type fixing that has 4 ribs under the head for self-embedding. It has a 5mm internal hex drive.
Type 17 Self-drilling point for fixing timber without the need to pre-drill. The slot at the end forms a cutting edge which reduces splitting of timber.