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Wovar Wood construction screws

These wood construction screws are commonly considered to be the successor to the lag screws. After all, these can be processed faster thanks to the Torx 40 head. More and more handymen are discovering this screw when building roofs and verandas made of Larch Douglas or impregnated wood. Counter-head screws are also referred to as cabinet screws or wafer head timber screws. Due to the large screw head, these screws also provide a great clamping ability and an enormous support surface, ideal for timber constructions. Wovar also provides galvanized wood construction screws, these are stronger than stainless steel, but we can oxidize slightly over time.

Wovar supplies cabinet screws made of blue galvanized, yellow galvanized and stainless steel throughout Europe, which are delivered in 2-5 business days.

wood construction screws galvanized

Wovar supplies wood construction screws made of galvanized steel and stainless steel A2 quality. The galvanized wood construction screws are stronger than stainless steel wood construction screws. Galvanized wood construction screws are therefore recommended for heavier constructions. Galvanized cabinet screws can oxidize slightly when damaged. Therefore, use the high-quality torx 40 bits from Wovar when mounting. These have a perfect fit on the wood construction screws and therefore extra grip during screwing in. By using bits with a perfect fit, you reduce the chance that the cabinet screws will be damaged when screwing in. For extra convenience when mounting our wood construction screws, Wovar recommends magnetic bit holder with 2 free TX 40 bits.

Wovar has 2 different types of cabinet screws / wood construction screws. Namely gray galvanized wood construction screws and yellow galvanized wood construction screws. Yellow galvanized wood construction screws color better with larch douglas wood. In terms of strength, the wood construction screws are the same. Yellow galvanized wood construction screws are slightly better protected against rust and oxidation. This is due to the yellow zinc layer.

Wood construction screws stainless steel

Stainless steel wood construction screws are more suitable for less stressful constructions such as a roof or wood shed. With stainless steel cabinet screws you can be sure that you will not suffer from oxidation. Stainless steel A2 steel is softer than galvanized steel. As a result, the stainless steel cabinet screws have less force than galvanized cabinet screws. The screws have a handy cutting point. Because stainless steel wood construction screws are softer than galvanized wood construction screws, pre-drilling is recommended. This is easy with our 6 mm hardwood drill bits.

Discover the wood construction screws from premium brand Wovar! Many wood construction projects opt for cabinet screws with Torx head. This allows you to work much faster than with lag screws. In addition, Wovar cabinet screws with torx are available in sizes up to 30 cm. The cabinet wood screw has threads at an oblique angle. This makes it easier to screw the screw through the wood. cabinet screws with a flat head are also nicely concealed in your material.

wood construction screws of stainless steel A2 quality are extremely suitable for constructions with oak wood. Oak wood contains very extreme tannic acids. It can corrode galvanized wood construction screws. This does not happen with stainless steel wood construction screws!

wood construction screws, quick delivery!

Order these galvanized wood construction screws from premium brand Wovar now. We deliver to private individuals, the timber trade, gardeners, construction companies, carpentry companies and other DIY companies. With a business account, companies in the wood, construction and garden industry receive extra benefits such as discounts.

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