Simpson Strong-Tie, the industry leader in engineered structural connectors and building solutions, now offers Strong-Drive® structural-connector nails that have been designed as a pneumatically driven alternative to hand-driven nails.
The Strong-Drive® 33° SCN Smooth-Shank nails and 33° SCNR Ring-Shank Connector nails are approved for use with Simpson Strong-Tie® connectors and serve as replacements for 8d, 10d and 16d common hand-driven nails. These collated structural-connector nails are available in several sizes and coatings for installations in a variety of connector applications and environments, including interior, exterior, dry-service or corrosive.
“We really strive to listen to our customers and design products that meet their needs for a wide variety of applications and environments. This is a great example. These structural-connector nails have been engineered to be compatible with the Simpson Strong-Tie line of structural connectors,” said Dr. Ed Sutt, vice president of Fastening Systems. “The addition of these collated nails to our line of Strong-Drive fasteners gives our customers an even more comprehensive selection of stainless steel, hot-dip galvanized, bright and electro-galvanized collated nails.”
Key features include:
- • Full round head with embossed identifiers on both SCN and SCNR Connector nails for easy recognition on the jobsite
- • SCN Smooth-Shank Connector nails are available in bright, hot-dip galvanized and electro-galvanized
- • SCNR Ring-Shank Connector nails are available in Type-316 stainless steel, and are the best choice for achieving maximum load values when used with Simpson Strong-Tie stainless-steel connectors and provide the highest corrosion resistance
- • Both are available in paper-collated strips and are compatible with popular pneumatic nailing systems.
Learn more: www.strongtie.com/scn
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