Drywall Screws are ubiquitous in the construction industry for attaching drywall to wall studs or ceiling joists. They usually have a bugle or trumpet shaped head, and have either coarse or fine thread. Coarse thread screws are used for attaching drywall to wooden studs, and fine drywall screws are used for attaching drywall to metal studs.
Drywall Screws Diameters
Drywall Screws are available on the FCH Network with Imperial/US diameters that range from #0 to 4 1/2 and with Metric diameters that range from M5 to 4 1/2. The length of Drywall Screws is usually measured from the point to the underside of the head.
Drywall Screws Finishes
Drywall Screws are available on the FCH Network in finishes or coatings that range from Plain to Phosphate
Drywall Screws are available on the FCH Network with head types that range from bugle to wafer.