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PowerHead Wood Screws

PowerHead Wood Screws

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The PowerHead Screws main advantage is its large, oversized flat head. The oversized head has 4x the holding power than a conventional screw head. Comes with a tip to easily self-drill into studs. See the entire PowerHead Screw Family.

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Powerhead Screws with Torx Drive
Torx Drive Test
Load Test
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Butt Joint
Pool Table
With Drywall
Workshop Addict Review

Shear Load Rating: 300 lb.
Shear Load Peak: 500 lb.

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  1. Triston Zismer08/03/2020

    These are exactly what i was looking for

    These screws are life savers pairing them with the flush mount drill bit system its a match made in heaven definitely gonna be using this for a long time

    Response: Thanks, Triston!

  2. These used to be my go to screws

    I’ve been a long-time user of these screws for cabinet installation work, going through many thousands per year. Since this cruise of been switched from Square to torque drive they are virtually useless for me. Within just a few screws I have broken drivers for him nearly every major manufacturer, including high-end beds from We i’ve been a long-time user of these screws for cabinet installation work, going through many thousands per year. Since the screws have been switched from square to torx drive they are virtually useless for me. Within just a few screws I have broken drivers for him nearly every major manufacturer, including high-end bits from Wera. I use Makita drills and impacts, though I had to give up on the impacts early on with the Torx head. If Fastcap would go back to square, I’d go back to being a huge fan and very loyal customer. Response: We to have PowerHead Screws Square for Wood. Glad you like them!

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How well do PowerHead Screws fasten to MDF board? Do I have to pre-drill?

PowerHead Screws will fasten to MDF boards and there is no need to pre-drill. However, it is recommended to test drilling a screw into a sample piece of MDF before beginning the final project. Depending on the manufacturer of the MDF board, varying amounts of glue are used in different boards. If a large amount of glue is used in the board, there is a greater chance that the board will crack and/or develop a bump when the screw is drilled into the board. If the tested area does crack or bump, it is recommended, in this case, to pre-drill.