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Simpson Strong-Drive SD Screws

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Simpson Strong-Drive SD Screws

Simpson Strong-Drive SD Screws

The Simpson Strong-Tie SD Strong-Drive load-rated screw is for use with Simpson structural connectors. Designed to replace nails in certain products, the SD9 and SD10 have been designed, tested and approved for use in many popular Simpson Strong-Tie® products. In certain applications screws are easier and more convenient to install than nails, and the single-fastener load values achieved by the SD screws exceed those of typical 10d common or 16d common nails. In addition, the galvanized coating makes the SD screw ideal for interior and most exterior conditions.

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The SD screw features an optimized shank which is specifically designed to match the fastener holes in Simpson Strong-Tie connectors. The hex head virtually eliminates cam-out and helps avoid stripping of the head. The sharp point of the screw enables fast starts, and the serrated threads reduce torque for improved driveability.

SD Screws for Use with Simpson Strong-Tie Connectors:

  • Tested and approved for use in many popular Simpson Strong-Tie connectors for interior and most exterior applications
  • The single-fastener load capacity of the SD9 exceeds the capacity of a 10d common nail, while the single-fastener load capacity of the SD10 exceeds that of the 16d common nail
  • Ideal for use in tight spaces where using a hammer is inconvenient
  • Optimized heat-treating for ductility, strength and reduced hydrogen embrittlement concerns
  • Mechanically-galvanized coating meets ASTM B695 Class 55, is recommended for use with certain preservative-treated woods and is compliant with the 2006 International Residential Code® (R319.3) and 2009 International Residential Code (R317.3.1)

Comes in 100pc packs or 500 pc packs.

SD9 (0.131") or SD10 (0.161") shank; 1-1/2" or 2-1/2" screws

SKU's: SD911R100, SD911R500, SD9212R100, SD9212R500, SD10112R100, SD10112R500, SD10212R100, SD10212R500

UPC: 707392462103 - #10 x 1-1/2" 100pk #56535

UPC: 707392103509 - #9 x2-1/2"

Package Quantity Comes in 100pc or 500pc packs
Manufacturer Simpson Strong Tie
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Simpson Strong Tie Hardware

Just like your home, it's important to make sure your deck is built right. Most experts agree that the average life expectancy of a wood deck is 10 to 15 years. It is estimated that there are millions of decks in the U.S. that are beyond their useful life and may be unsafe. In fact, the number of deck collapses has increased in recent years. Since 1999, there have been more than 850 reported injuries and 20 deaths as a result of deck failures. Simpson Strong Tie supplies all the correct deck framing hardware, like joist hangers, needed to create safe, strong, and code compliant deck & porch framing.

If you're building a deck or have an existing deck, you should know how to evaluate its construction to make sure it's structurally sound and safe. Using the proper structural connectors and fasteners (like nails and screws) as well as regular maintenance are the keys to a safe, strong deck. At The Deck Store we invite you to learn more about how to make your deck safe. We are the deck experts, come in or contact us with your deck framing connection questions.

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