Masonry Nails / Galvanized Cut Masonry Nails / Mechanical Masonry Nail
The mechanical galvanized cut masonry nails are four sided nails with a square point, most often used to attach ACQ lumber to concrete subflooring. The square point prevents splitting of the hardwood boards. With its think shank, the versatile masonry nails are popular among architects, and are commonly used in building construction and home improvement projects. For more information, please see the chart below.
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1. Wire is drawn from a coil and fed into the nail making machine. The subsequent deformed wire will form the head and point, then the nail is cut free from the rest of the wire fed from the roll. Nails with helical twists, serrations, or other surface configurations will be sent into another machine to be rolled, twisted, stamped, or cut into the required form.
2. The nails are then cleaned in a rotating barrel filled with hot caustic soda. This removes any oil from the forming machine and cleans away any small metal scraps that may cling to the nails. Finally, the nails are given a final bright finish before packaging.
3. Magnetic elevators convey the finished nails to the weighing machines, where they will then be drop ped into open cardboard boxes. As the masonry nails are drop ped in, a magnetic field aligns them so they stack in neat rows.
Packaging & Shipping:
25kg/carton with pallets or according to customer requests. There are many kinds of packaging available for customers to choose from.