Siding nails

Siding nails

siding 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

Types of siding nails

coil siding nailsWhen putting siding on a house or any other kind of building, choosing the right material for the job is crucial. Will this house be using wood, aluminum, vinyl, or something else entirely? Something people often overlook when considering which siding to use is which kind of siding nails you need for this siding. Nails for siding aren’t always your typical wood nail and hammer. Most people use a nail gun these days. The nails involved here come in a tightly wound coil that is loaded into an air powered gun that quickly and efficiently drives the siding nails through its surface.

stainless steel siding nailsMost nails for siding are stainless steel. This is because stainless steel siding nails won’t rust with moisture. This is a very good attribute considering that, by definition, siding is outside and exposed to the elements. A coil of stainless steel siding nails is strong and durable and can be utilized for many purposes. Siding nails are also usually longer than your average wood nail. This is, again, because of the sidings exposure to the elements. You wouldn’t want your siding blowing off in the wind just because the nails weren’t secure enough.

Safety when using siding nails

aluminum siding nailsCaution must be taken when using a gun and nails for siding. In order to secure some of your thicker sidings such as aluminum, a lot of force is required. This much force coupled with the puncturing nature of nails can pose a safety hazard. The person installing the siding should be wearing safety goggles to protect his or her eyes from any flying debris or ricochets. He or she should also be sure of where they are placing the siding nails at all times. If you know where you want the nail and what is in that location, you have a better chance of predicting an unfortunate outcome before it happens.

nails for sidingWhether you use wooden shingles, aluminum, vinyl, or any other kind of siding it is always best to know what you are getting into. You should find the best nails for siding, the best kind of siding for you, and the best tools for the job. Do some research. Sometimes the best idea is to talk to a professional about your project to find out whatever it is you need to know. Always exercise caution when dealing with tools, materials, and any other potentially dangerous aspects of the job. No one needs to get hurt for the sake of siding. Consider these things and make that building look to everyone else as you picture it in your head.

steel nails drawing

Unit:millimeter(mm)

Model No.Length(L)Shank dia.(D)Cap diaCap thick≥
50#503.4±0.045.8±0.41.4
60#603.7±0.046.6±0.41.4
70#704.1±0.047.4±0.41.4
80#804.5±0.048.1±0.41.4
90#904.8±0.048.6±0.41.4
100#1005.0±0.059.0±0.51.4
130#1305.5±0.059.9±0.51.4
150#1505.5±0.059.9±0.51.4
Size customization available

3.4 x 100mm siding 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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