The stainless-steel Strong-Drive SD Connector SS screw (SD SS) is specifically designed to replace nails in certain Simpson Strong-Tie stainless-steel connectors. The load-rated SD SS screw has been tested and approved for use in many popular Simpson Strong-Tie products. In certain applications screws are easier and more convenient to install than nails, and the single-fastener load values achieved by the SD SS screw exceed those of 10d common nails. In addition, the Type 316 stainless steel provides excellent corrosion resistance appropriate for severe-exposure environments.
- Specifically designed to replace nails in certain Simpson Strong-Tie stainless-steel connectors and is the only screw approved for that application
- The single-fastener load capacity of the #9 SD SS exceeds the capacity of a 10d common nail
- Ideal for use in connector applications where more control is desired or using a hammer is inconvenient installation
- 1/4" hex head with 0.370"-dia. integrated washer is stamped with the Simpson Strong-Tie "?" sign and the fastener size for easy identification after installation
- Shank is specifically designed to match the fastener holes in Simpson Strong-Tie connectors
- Hex driver included
- The load-rated SD SS screw has been tested and approved for use in many popular Simpson Strong-Tie stainless-steel connector products.
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