Stainless Steel has a strong reputation for it's visual appeal and structural integrity in a wide range of applications and environments.
It is recommended that stainless steel nails are routinely cleaned and maintained.
Handy Tips – Smooth Shank Nails / For Common Fixing
A rule of thumb that can be used for determining the length of nail required is three times the thickness of the timber being fixed. e.g. 25mm Timber = 75mm Nail.
Stagger nails where close nailing is necessary to prevent timber splitting.
When nailing near the edge of the work surface it may be necessary to drill pilot holes using a slightly smaller diameter drill than the nail shank to stop the timber splitting.
Wherever possible, skew nail to maximise joint strength.
Stainless Steel 316 Hardiplank Nail
This nail is commonly used for fixing various James Hardie products. (Please refer to manufacturer guidelines for application instructions for these nails).
Suitable for exterior use.
Easy To CarryTotal Weight 0.500kg
We will gladly assist with returns and exchanges of this product in accordance with our returns and exchanges policy.