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ITW Buildex TFC61 61mm CSK Ribbed Timber-Fix Teks Screws (Per 100)
ITW Buildex TFC61 61mm ITW Buildex TFC61 61mm CSK Ribbed Timber-Fix Teks Screws
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"No need to pre-drill, this fastener has it's own drill bit"

These Tek screws are suitable for fixing timber to steel, the countersunk head leaves a flush finish . The "wings" on the drilling tip overbore the timber and then snap off as soon as they start to pass through the steel or metal, resulting in a very high grip.

The Phillps recess head allows for fast fastening using a Tek Gun or Drill/driver


Case hardened carbon steel self drilling screws featuring "wings" to drill clearance hole in timber. Climaseal finish.

Philips 2 Countersunk Ribbed Head.

Suitable for use on Steel 1.5 - 3.0mm thick.

Timber thickness 13 - 40mm.

(£5.79 ex VAT)
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