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Drywall Screws - Bugle Phillips Drive


Why use Bugle Phillips Drive Drywall Screws

Phillips drive (or cross recessed drive) drywall screws are the most common style drive used for drywall installation. The phillips drive allows for a quick and easy insertion of the bit into the screw and allows for the bit to easily slip off the screw once driven into the sheet rock. This allows for less over-penetration of the screw into the sheet rock and the fastest application speed.

Applications:

Coarse Thread - For attaching drywall to wood or 25 gage thick metal studs.
Fine Thread - For attaching drywall to 25 to 20 gage metal thick studs.
Drill Point - For attaching drywall to 14 gage thick metal studs.
Sharp Point (Hi-Lo or High-Low) - For attaching drywall to wood or metal - allows for less torque - reduced vibration and reduced breakage.


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