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Wing-type drilling screw, countersunk milling head with AW drive pias®
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Wing-type drilling screw, countersunk milling head with AW drive pias®

The self-drilling screw with up to 50% time savings when fastening wood to metal sub-structures

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  • Hardened C1 (not stainless steel!)

  • RUSPERT® coated (silver)

  • Countersunk milling head for use with hard and soft wood

  • AW® drive for optimal transmission of forces and preservation of corrosion protection


Advantages in comparison to traditional drilling screws made of case-hardened steel


  • For use with steel sub-structures with a strength of up to 700 N/mm2

  • Faster cutting speeds possible

  • The drilling tip is more hard-wearing in applications with "false edges" of the steel substructure

  • pias® wing, nominal ∅ 6.3 mm, facilitates use in steel substructures made from A2 stainless steel up to 4 mm thick
Notice

Wing-pias® must be appropriately tested for usability for each application case. Only install using equipment with depth stop and claw coupling.


*Wood thickness and substructure thickness lu = max. attachment length lB

Drilling screws may only be used where dampness is not to be expected. For fasteners with a construction permit, the permit, and in particular Part 2 "Special regulations", must always be observed.