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Steel Wood Common Nails All Sizes Available

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Description

Construction Polish Or Galvanized Steel Wood Common Nail for wood

Steel Wood Common Nail for wood

We Have Construction Polish or Galvanized Steel Wood Common nails for Wood in All Sizes Like 2 inches 2.5, 3, 3.5, 4 And also we can manufacture with your requirement.

Features:
Common nails are strong and stiff, and their shanks have greater diameters than other nails. Both common and box nails have
notches near the head of the nail. These notches allow the nails to hold better. Some will have screw-like threads at the top of
the nail head for extra holding power. Box nails have thinner shanks than common nails and shouldn’t be used for framing construction. When nailing two boards together, both types of nails should completely penetrate one piece of wood and should penetrate the other piece with half its length. This ensures the nail is strong enough for the job.

Specification

Common Nail
Material
Q195, Q235
Shank diameter
1.2mm-10mm
Length
19mm-300mm
Head
flated head, checkered head, round head
Finish
polish/bright, electro galvanized, hot dip galvanized
Payment term
30% TT in advance and 70% TT before shipment
Usage
building construction, decoration field, bicycle parts, wooden furniture, electrical component, household and so on
INCH
MM
BWG
1/2″
12.7
20/19/18
3/4″
19
19/18/17
1″
25.4
17/16/15/14
1 1/4”
31.7
16/15/14
1 1/2”
38
15/14/16
1 3/4″
44.4
14/13
2”
50.8
14/13/12/11/10
2 1/2”
63.5
13/12/11/10
3″
76.2
12/11/10/9/8
3 1/2”
88.9
11/10/9/8
4”
101.6
9/8
4 1/2”
114.3
8/7
5”
127
7/6
6”
152.4
6/5
7”
177.8
5/4

Generally, nails have a sharp point on one end and a flattened head on the other, but headless nails are available. Nails are made in a great variety of forms for specialized purposes. The most common is a wire nail.

The nails are made of beech wood, compressed with a resin to make them hard.

Did you know that fasteners originally were made of wood? Archaeological excavations of early Germanic sites have shown traces of wooden nails used as far into the past as 7,000 years ago. It wasn’t until the era of the ancient Egyptians that the first recorded use of bronze nails showed up around 5,000 years ago.

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