Wood façade screw


  • Head type: Raised countersunk head
  • Material: Stainless steel A2
  • Thread design: Partial thread
  • Shaft diameter: 3 mm
  • Surface: Plain
  • Drive type: Internal hexalobular

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The wood façade screw is used for fastening wood façade profiles to the wood substructure. It is used for visible and invisible mounting and is suitable for both horizontal and vertical mounting. In this case, weather boarding or tongue and groove profiles can be worked with. The raised countersunk head draws the profiles firmly into the substructure, thus ensuring a permanently secure fastening of the façade. Milled ribs on the raised countersunk head allow the screw to be countersunk cleanly.
The user is responsible for design considerations.

The screw length should be approximately twice the profile thickness (depending on the type of wood and the substructure).
The screw head should be flush with the surface of the profile board to prevent moisture from penetrating

  • Head type: Raised countersunk head
  • Material: Stainless steel A2
  • Thread design: Partial thread
  • Shaft diameter: 3 mm
  • Surface: Plain
  • Drive type: Internal hexalobular