With so many fasteners on the market, it is essential to understand the unique features of each type so you can find the right fit for your needs. One crucial factor is the screw’s head. The head drives the shaft into your material, and the shape of the head affects the finished look of your project.
Bugle head screws offer a smooth, flush finish that works well for a wide range of applications.
A bugle screw is a form of self-drilling screw that’s specifically designed for drywall applications. Bugle head screws feature a countersunk head with a flat top and a concave under-head bearing surface. This unique design enables the distribution of the bearing stress over a much wider area than is possible with a flat head screw.
These screws are especially useful in applications where the screw must lie flush in the material and eliminate the need to predrill a countersinking hole.
Most bugle head screw have phillip drive but you can also get a bugle head drywall screw with a square drive.
While bugle head screws are normally used to fasten drywall to wood or metal studs, they also offer the versatility for use in numerous construction fastening tasks and a host of other applications.
As with other types of self-drilling screws, bugle screws are easy to use. They eliminate the need to drill additional pilot holes, which saves time and effort. Another key bugle head screw benefit is that they can sufficiently depress the surface of wood material without breaking it, which minimizes the risk of damage to the finished product.
Bugle head screws come in Phillips, slot, torx and square drive types. Of these styles, Phillips bugle head drywall screws offer the best performance and fastest installation with reliable results.
Bugle head screws offer greater precision than flat-head, multipurpose screws. Bugle head screws also have a smoother transition between the shank and the head, so materials are less likely to get caught, resulting in a more attractive finish.
Round and pan head screws are entirely different from bugle head screws, as round and pan head screws rest above the surface. This design makes them a better fit for sheet metal applications and other situations where a flush finish is unnecessary.
At All Points Fasteners, we’re known for offering domestic-quality fasteners at imported prices. Our self-drilling bugle screw selection features #2 Phillips/#2 self-drilling point products made from durable, corrosion-resistant, zinc-plated steel. Screws are available in numerous #6, #8 and #10 sizes to meet just about any job requirement.
Case quantities range from 1,000 to 10,000 screws, depending on which item you select. Can’t find the exact bugle head screw you need? Just let us know and we’ll use our vast resources to locate it for you as quickly as possible.
While some of our competitors also offer many types of bugle head screws for sale, they come up short when it comes to service and support. As an All Points Fasteners customer, you’re served by a knowledgeable, approachable, service-oriented company committed to providing the best possible customer experience. We’re the only fastener supplier that offers a live online chat feature — and our staff looks forward to answering your questions and offering useful advice that will help you make a sound buying decision.
We also make a point of getting your fasteners to you quickly, so you can keep your projects on schedule. No wonder we have so many long-term repeat customers!
There’s no better way to be sure you’re getting the right product for your needs than trying it out before you buy. We can supply you with free bugle screw samples so you can gain valuable hands-on experience with the item. Just make a no-obligation quote request, and upon quote approval, we’ll send your samples to you without delay. You can test out your screws without risk. Contact us for additional details today!
At All Points Fasteners, we do much more than simply offer domestic quality products at imported prices. We also deliver an unmatched level of customer support. Unlike our competitors, we provide a live chat feature so you can contact our support staff directly to ask questions or receive additional product information.
We also have the expertise to help you weigh your options and choose the right trim head screw for your needs. Our goal is to make sure you’re making your purchase with a high level of confidence, instead of just taking a wild guess and hoping for the best.
If you want some hands-on experience with your trim head screws prior to making a buying commitment, we’ll be happy to provide you with a free sample. Simply contact us to request a no-obligation quote. Once you approve your quote for an order, we’ll immediately send the samples to you at no charge. If the product doesn’t quite meet your job requirements, you’re under no obligation to place an order. It’s the risk-free way to ensure your trim head screws will get the job done.
Available in 1”, 1-5/8”, 2-1/4” and 3” lengths, our bulk trim head screws offer strength and durability you can count on.
In our quest to become the most trusted online source for screws and fasteners, our entire team here at All Points Fasteners works hard to satisfy all of your requests. Our customer service is second-to-none, because your satisfaction is our success. Give us a call at 800.483.6354 and tell us about your trim head screw needs. We can offer a no-obligation quotation for bulk orders of screws and even send you free samples.
|PART #||SIZE||LBS/M||CASE QUANTITY|
|160Z||#6 x 1″||3.3||10,000|
|162Z||#6 x 1-1/8″||3.7||10,000|
|164Z||#6 x 1-1/4″||3.9||8,000|
|166Z||#6 x 1-5/8″||4.8||5,000|
|160Z||#6 x 1-7/8″||5.5||4,000|
|162Z||#6 x 2″||6.0||3,500|
|180Z||#8 x 2-3/8″||9.2||2,500|
|184Z||#8 x 2-5/8″||9.6||2,500|
|188Z||#8 x 3″||11.5||2,000|
|192Z||#10 x 3-1/2″||19.0||1,000|
|196Z||#10 x 4″||20.0||1,000|