Concrete nails

Concrete nails

concrete nails
  • Origin: China
  • Material: carbon steel, stainless steel, copper, aluminium
  • Head: flat head, round head, umbrella head, brad head
  • Shank: ring shank, smooth, screw
  • Point: diamond point
  • Finish:  bright, electro-galvanized, hot dip galvanized

Whether you are searching for masonry nails, concrete T-nails, and other types of nails for concrete, we got you covered.

Types of Concrete Nails

masonry nailAmong others, one of the most popular is galvanized concrete nail, which are used for securing objects in masonry and other materials characterized by being brittle and hard. With such, it is also known as masonry nail. It comes with a thick shank, which is also sometimes twilled, depending on what you need. There are also galvanized nails with no head. Another popular option would be black concrete nails, which are made with the use of black carbon steel wires. They are known for having a simple design and for being useful in connecting scaffolding, formwork, and rough wood, among. It also comes in various types of shanks, including twisted, ring, smooth, and twilled. It is important to choose the shank properly because it will be indicative of how strong the nail will hold the material. Ring shanks are often better because they have better clenching power.

Safety when Using Concrete Nails
common concrete nailsWhether it is in a huge construction project or quick DIY task at home, caution must be observed in the use of nails for concrete. To be assured of your safety, make sure to buy only from a trusted supplier. Quality control of raw materials is important, which entails the need to check the yield strength, chemical composition, corrosion resistance, hardness, and other properties that will be indicative of its quality. More so, you also have the responsibility to practice safety in the use of these nails. Make sure that you are using the right size and type of concrete nails, depending on where it will be drilled or nailed.

Using Concrete Nails

First, drive the nail on the concrete or masonry with the use of a hammer and make sure to be ready to use the power of your elbow. It should be hammered straight on the surface. If you are the type of person who does not have the patience to do the nailing manually, an excellent alternative is to use an electric power drill. The best option, however, is the use of a powder actuated gun. It has a cartridge filled with gunpowder, which will make it easy to drill concrete nails on the surface. Nonetheless, this should not be done by beginners, and this will require the need to carefully read instructions from the manufacturer of the powder-actuated gun before using it.

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Model No.Length(L)Shank dia.(D)Cap diaCap thick≥
Size customization available

3.4 x 50mm concrete nails size check

concrete nails size check

Packing details:

  1. 20-25k per carton or wooden box in bulk .
  2. 75 or 100 pieces/box then cartons.
  3. 400 gram/box, 50boxes/paper carton.
  4. 500gram/box 40boxes/paper carton.
  5. 1kg/box,25box/carton.
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