The name of drywall screw is directly translated from English, and its biggest feature in appearance is the shape of a bugle head. It is divided into two kinds of drywall screws with double fine teeth and single coarse teeth. The biggest difference between the two is that the thread of the former is a double thread, which is suitable for the connection between the gypsum board and metal keel with thickness no more than 0.8mm, and the latter is suitable for the connection between the gypsum board and wood keel.
Recess: Phillips, Square
Head: Flat Bugle
The product is mainly used for various gypsum boards, light partition wall,s and ceiling series installation.