Phillips Truss Head Screws
Installing and attaching sheet metal takes special care. Due to the thin walls of sheet metal, you need to choose a sharp point that can easily pierce the sheet metal without deforming it. You also need strong threads that hold the sheet metal in place and keep it from separating or sagging.
For all of your sheet metal projects, turn to All Points Fasteners. We have a range of Phillips truss head screws with the quality and features you require. Ask us when you need truss head screws made right here in the USA. This is our way of supporting local manufacturers and guarantee the consistency and quality of our screws and fasteners. We’ve trusted the same manufacturers for years to supply us with a reliable product that we can in turn supply to you.
To add even more value and give you domestic quality at an imported price, we can sell you large cases of 5,000, 6,000, 8,000, 10,000, 12,000 and even 14,000 pieces. These bulk orders give you real value for your money and allow you to carry a large stock of truss head screws so that you always have them handy.
A Variety of Truss Head Screw Dimensions
When you shop at All Points Fasteners, you’re getting our unbeatable customer service and large selection. We offer stainless steel truss head Phillips screws in popular diameters and lengths for all of your sheet metal projects:
•Available in #6, #8 and #10 diameters •Available from ½” up to 1 ½” lengths •Available with 12, 15, 16 or 18 diameter heads, depending on the size, for greater load-bearing surface
With so many choices available, you’re sure to find the right Phillips truss head screws here at All Points. Our experience in the business has taught us that our customers appreciate the quality and selection we can offer. If ever you don’t find the screws you’re looking for, we invite you to let us know. We’ll do our best to locate the right truss head screws in the dimensions you need.
Truss Head vs. Pan Head Screws
At a glance, it’s easy to confuse truss head and pan head screws. But under closer inspection, you’ll see that the truss head screw, while gently rounded like the pan head screw, has a slightly lower profile. Combined with a flat bearing surface, the truss head screw is the perfect fastener for sheet metal, where a discrete and snag-free head is desirable.
We invite you to browse our catalog and identify the Phillips truss head screws you need. You can request a quotation by phone or online, using either our message window or online contact form. We'll get back to you quickly with a free quote featuring our best prices on the quantities you're interested in buying. Let us know if you're interested in free samples and we'll send those along, as well.