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FOCUS ON DECKING, WOOD & COLLATED


March 2011 Decking, Wood & Collated Screws/Nail Systems


This issue’s Focus On is dedicated to Decking, Wood & Collated Screws/Nail Systems. Suppliers of products within this market sector have provided details of their capabilities along with up to date contact and product information.


Coming up in the next issue… Stainless steel & non-ferrous


Contact Claire Lake Tel: +44 (0)1727 739 150 email: claire.lake@fastenerandfixing.com


Concept Distribution


Concept is a supplier of – - Collated Drywall / Wood screws


- Gas Fired Nails and Nailers - Hand Tools - Li-ion Power Tools - KTX Professional Woodscrews


This year sees interesting developments in the professional woodscrew range and in marketing for their merchant customers. KTX is precision engineered perfection in a screw suitable for all wood types from hardwood to softwood. The range includes -


- KTX Gold , an internal woodscrew for all woods - KTX Silver , an internal woodscrew for all woods but in a silver zinc finish


- KTX Bronze , an external long life woodscrew salt spray tested beyond 2000 hours and available in a range of sizes from 25mm to 100mm suitable for all woods included treated woods


The company is offering FREE starter packs to new customers, sample bags, marketing materials and special deal packs for end users.


To learn more about Concept and their ranges please contact us at:


Tel: 0845 6026 230 email: sales@conceptdistribution.co.uk E.U.R.O. Tec GmbH


E.u.r.o.Tec - Hardwood Decking - and Wood Screws are created to offer the professionals most possible benefits which are guaranteed by the main characteristics as: Cut point cutting fibre immediately for easy grip without pilot- drilling. Thread geometry to reduce the screwing time by approx. 40%. A milling thread between thread and shank to reduce screwing torque for stressless and fatigue-proof working. Ribs under the head to avoid splitting and guarantee flush countersinking. Special case hardening to offer a bending angle of more than 40° to follow movement of the wood. Tec-waxing for easy drilling. Available also in outdoor coating resisting more than 1.000 h saltspray. Dimensions: 3.5-10 mmØ, 6, 8 and 10 mmØ also with flanged head (also in hardened stainless).


Hardwood Decking Screws with the same characteristics and available in hardened inox, A4 (acid resistant) or A5 (chlorine resistant) “Terrassotec” screw types with cylindrical head design to pull the hardwood fibre into the drill hole to have a clean surface without supplementary operation.


Hidden fastening systems for hardwood deckings in weatherproof composite material for easy fastening without special tooling.


A lot of new assembly equipment has been added to the range like f.i. “Big/Small Foot” for decking assembly without concrete foundation. Samples and full details are available by calling us or by visiting our web-site.


All screws also as collated screws available Tel: + 49 (0) 2331 6245 140


www.e-u-r-o-tec.de


136 Fastener + Fixing Magazine • Issue 68 March 2011


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