Mechanical Galvanized Cut Masonry NailThe 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.
Bright Ring Shank Underlayment NailBright underlayment nails feature a flat head with a ringed shank and diamond point. They are widely used for laying plywood or composition subflooring over existing wood floors or floor joists.
Electro-Galvanized Concrete Stub NailThe electro-galvanized concrete stub nails feature a large, flat head and a smooth shank. Each is made from temper hardened steel, and are similar to masonry nails, the exception being the larger head.
Electro-Galvanized Fine NailElectro-galvanized fine nails are widely used in shale shingles and chamfer applications. For more information, please see the chart below.
Furring Nail (with 3/8 inches WAD)Furring nails with a 3/8inch WAD feature a flat head and a smooth shank and diamond point, as well as an electro-galvanized coating to protect against weathering. Furring nails are useful for attaching stucco wire mesh to the exterior of a structure in preparation of stucco mud applications.
Collated Strip NailCollated strip nails are an accent nail for framing applications, and fits with most major brands of nail application tools.