Screws

Modern screws employ a wide variety of drive designs, each requiring a different kind of tool to drive in or extract them. The most common screw drives are the slotted and Phillips in the US; hex, Robertson, and Torx are also common in some applications, and Pozidriv has almost completely replaced Phillips in Europe. Some types of drive are intended for automatic assembly in mass-production of such items as automobiles. More exotic screw drive types may be used in situations where tampering is undesirable, such as in electronic appliances that should not be serviced by the home repair person.

Top Sellers At Celtic

  1. Grip-Rite Coarse Thread Sharp Point Drywall Screw
  2. #9 x 3 in. Star Flat-Head Wood Screws
  3. Grip-Rite 5000 1-1/2 in. 18-Gauge Finish Brad Nail
  4. #8 2-1/2 in. Phillips Bugle-Head Coarse Thread Gold Screws
  5. Porter-Cable 2 in. x 18-Gauge Brad Nail