Drywall screws are made of steel. In order to drill them into the drywall, a power screwdriver is needed. Sometimes plastic anchors are used together with drywall screws. They help balance the weight of a hung object evenly over the surface.
Coarse thread drywall screws are good at gripping into the wood because of their wide threads. This pulls the drywall against the studs. If used on metal, this type of screw will tend to chew through the metal and not gain proper traction. Since fine thread screws are self-threading, they can work with metal well.
M4-M36, CUSTOMIZED AS YOUR NEED.
STAINLESS STEEL, STEEL, OTHERS
BRIGHT, ZINC PLATED, COLOR E.G, HOT DIPPED GALVANIZED, BLACK ETC.
5000TONS PER MONTH
SMOOTH, FLUTED, BARBED, SQUARE, SPIRAL, TWIST ETC.
DIN, ASME, ANSI, ISO UNI, JIS
Drywall screws are used for fastening sheets of drywall to wall studs or ceiling joists. Compared to regular screws, drywall screws have deeper threads. This helps prevent the screws from being dislodged easily from the drywall.