1. Durable & Reliable chipboard screws Manufacturer in China
Goldensea is a famous China chipboard Screws Manufacturer and Supplier, our products are mainly used in engineering machinery, general machinery, municipal construction, and other fields, including wholesale Stainless Steel Chipboard Screws and other sizes of screws, Dutch Industrial Standard (DIN), American Standard (ANSI), British Standard (BS) and Japan Industrial standards (JIS) and other products are also exported to many countries in North America, South America, Europe, South Africa, and the Middle East.
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2. What are chipboard screws used for?
A chipboard screw or particleboard screw is a self-tapping screw with a thin shaft and coarse threads. Chipboard is made up of resin and wood dust or wood chips, so chipboard screws are made to grip this composite material and to resist withdrawing. The screws solidly fasten chipboard to chipboard or chipboard to other materials such as natural wood.
3. Specification of Chipboard Screws:
Chipboard screws were created to fasten low, medium, and high-density chipboard. Because chipboard has no natural grain to resist the screw from withdrawing, these screws often have grippers around their head called nibs. The screws are skinny to avoid splitting with a coarse grain to lock the board in place. Many of these screws are self-tapping, so there is no need to bore holes first. Some even have special ridges around their heads that remove the chipboard material when countersinking.
Chipboard screws come in a variety of lengths and can be used to fasten chipboard in a variety of applications. Average length chipboard screws are often used to join chipboard flooring to regular wood joists. Smaller screws may be used to fasten hinges to chipboard cabinetry. Very long screws may be used to butt chipboard to chipboard when making cabinets. Average screws are 1.5 inches (around 4 cm), small screws are usually ½ inches (around 1.5 cm), longer screws are 5 inches (around 13 cm).
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