Nails

Annular ring or ring shank nails have rings on the shank providing better grip and additional resistance when used in timber. This type of nail can also be used for stud walls or deck boards because of the resistant feature of the annular rings on the nail shank.
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The larger flat heads help to ensure the material remains secure and in place. This means that clout nails are most commonly used to secure roofing felt, sheeting materials and other roofing materials to roof structures, without needing to be driven deep into the structure.
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Typically used in joinery and carpentry where the overall appearance of the finished product is important. Oval nails can be easily driven into the wood and provide a professional finish.
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Panel pins are perfect for fixing the back of cupboards and wardrobes. Generally used for for cabinet and joinery work, Panel pins are fine and delicate, but provide strength when in place.
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These U shaped nails are usually used for attaching mesh fences to wooden posts and rails . Suitable for fixing single wires, barb wire, chicken and rabbit netting to round or square posts and posts and rail fencing.
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Round lost head nails are used when concealment is required or where there is risk of splitting the timber. Ideal for use in door jambs, floor boards and skirting boards.
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These large round head nails are mostly used for rough carpentry where appearance is not important but strength is essential. Most commonly used for roof battens and fencing applications etc.
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Spring Head nails are most commonly used for securing corrugated sheeting. They absorb movement in the structure and the shaped washer head covers the hole made by the nail.
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Twist Nails are a unique twisted shank nail for attaching metalwork joists, hangers, straps etc. The Twist Nail is the most popular construction nail used in fixing of joist hangers, restraining straps and Galvanised banding
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