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Phillips Bugel Head Drywall Screws

Related Standard: DIN18182-2 (TN) - 2010 Head: Buggle head Recess: Phillips, Pozi, 6-lobe Piont Type: Sharp point, Type 17 Material: Carbon steel, Stainless steel Case hardness: Steel/Rockwell C44 min Finish: black/grey phosphated. Packing: carton/
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Drywall is a type of building material made from gypsum and other minerals pressed between sheets of heavy paper.

It is installed on walls and ceilings using a type of fastener known as a drywall screw.

This fastener can be used to secure the drywall to either wood or metal framing members, and is designed to minimize dimpling on the face of the walls.

Traditional nails tend to leave small holes in or divots in the drywall, and can even come loose over time. Drywall screws are threaded to grip both the drywall and the framing members tightly, and provide a much more secure and long-lasting installation over time.

Drywall screws are a type of self-tapping fastener, which means that there is no need to pre-drill holes. These screws almost always have a Phillips head rather than a slotted head, which provides additional control for installers. Instead of a standard drill, installers use a tool known as a drywall dimpler, which has an adjustable nose to install a drywall screw without tearing the paper on each sheet.