Reamer Tek wood to metal screws are valuable fasteners for a range of applications. These screws use a special design to work through wood without splitting, and they can drill through thicker metals. At All Points Fasteners, we can teach you everything you need to know about wood to metal screws and what you can use them for.
Reamer Tek screws have a flat head with a Phillips drive. These fasteners have fine threads leading to a drill bit end. The drill shape punctures materials, so users don’t have to pre-drill a hole before applying the fastener. Small wings at the bottom of the screw ream out the wood to prevent early thread contact.
The metal wings are designed to break off once they connect with steel that’s 16-gauge or thicker. The threads per inch (TPI) range from 16 to 24, allowing the screw to move through various metal thicknesses without snapping. A slot in the shank collects metal shavings as the screw moves through the steel, preventing any interference with the threads as they tap the metal.
When you choose a Reamer Tek screw, you’ll have the option of #3, #4 or #5 shank sizes to work with varying steel gauges. There are also various material options, including:
Wood to metal fastening is a common occurrence in many builds, so Reamer Tek screws have various applications. Possible uses include:
With a range of sizes and material options, there is a Reamer Tek screw for almost every application.
All Points Fasteners is your source for wood to metal screws of all sizes. In addition to our Reamer Tek screws, we also carry a range of other self-drilling screws that are useful for building projects. Explore our selection today, or contact our experts to learn more about these durable fasteners.
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