Model No. SDS25300
Coating/Material Double-Barrier Coating
Length (in.) 3
Shank Diameter (in.) 1/4
Drive Type 3/8 in. Hex
Head Type Hex Head
Thread Type Serrated Threads
Thread Length 2
Point Type Type-17 Point
Manufacturer Name: Simpson Strong-Tie
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The Simpson Strong-Tie Strong-Drive SDS Heavy-Duty Connector screw is a 0.250"-diameter high-strength structural wood screw ideal for various connector installations as well as wood-to-wood and engineered wood applications. It installs with no predrilling and has been extensively tested in various applications. The SDS is improved with an easy-driving Type-17 point and a corrosion-resistant double-barrier coating.
The SDS Strong-Drive 1/4" wood screw line has expanded to include stainless-steel SDS screws in 1 1/2" to 3 1/2" lengths, suitable for fastening Simpson Strong-Tie stainless-steel products. Offering the same easy-driving, split-reducing installation of the standard SDS screw, these screws are made from Type 316 stainless steel. The stainless-steel SDS screws are appropriate for higher-exposure environments where maximum corrosion-resistance is required.
- Type-17 point enables easy driving with no predrilling
- Available with a double-barrier coating and Type 316 stainless steel
- 3/8" hex head with 0.500" integrated washer
- Head is stamped with the Simpson Strong-Tie " ≠ " sign and fastener length for easy identification after installation
- Replacement driver bit BITHEXR38-R1
- Heavy-duty Simpson Strong Tie connectors
Note: The image displayed is a generic representation of the type of product. Product dimensions and/or thread length may differ from picture. Please see above item description for specifications.
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