Coarse Thread Drywall Screws

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Coarse Thread Drywall Screws are specifically designed to affix plasterboard to light steel or timber studding. What sets coarse thread screws apart from fine thread screws is their deep set and broad threading. This wider thread pitch offers maximum grip and holding power. Furthermore, screws with coarse threads are less likely to strip or cross thread due to the fact that they have more space between the threading to hold material. All of the coarse-thread screws we stock at Materials Market showcase a rust-resistant phosphate coating. 

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What Are Coarse Thread Drywall Screws? 

Coarse thread drywall screws are specialised screws designed specifically for attaching drywall or gypsum board to timber or metal studs. 

They feature coarse threading along the shank, which allows for quick and efficient installation. The coarse threads provide better grip and pulling power, ensuring a secure attachment of the drywall to the studs.

How To Differentiate Between Fine Threads & Coarse Threads

The threading must be deep set and broad in order to be deemed 'Coarse'. 

Fine-threaded fasteners, on the other hand, will have narrower, shallower ridges and a greater number of threads per axial distance.

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