Timber Screw Range

Timber Screws

Zenith self-drilling timber screws are suitable for fixing into timber and thin steel thicknesses of up to 0.6mm.

They are available in a variety of finishes and unique product features to suit a wide range of environmental conditions.

Selection Guide

Wafer Head

Suitable for jobs needing a low profile head, e.g., metal deck clips, electrical fittings, signs, etc.

Wafer Head Pan Head

Suitable for general fixing to Timber, e.g., brackets, fittings, etc.

Pan Head
Countersunk Head

Suitable for jobs requiring a flush finish, e.g., furniture, hinges, brackets, etc.

Counter Sunk Head Countersunk Rib Head

Suitable for jobs requiring a flush finish, e.g., furniture, flooring, etc.

Counter Sunk Head Ribbed
Bugle Head Batten

Suitable for fixing roofing battens to timber rafters or fastening heavy timbers where a flush finish is required, e.g., fencing, furniture, pergolas, boardwalks, etc.

Bugle Head Hexagon Head with Seal

Suitable for crest fixing roofing profiles to timber battens and valley fixing wall cladding

Hex Head With Seal
Hexagon Head - No Seal

Suitable for fixing timber or thin steel, e.g., furniture, pergolas, gates and fences, etc.

Hex Head No Seal   

How to use

How to use Zenith Timber Screws:
  1. Select a screw with the correct head style for the job.

  2. Choose a screw long enough to provide 30mm embedment into the wood being fastened to.

  3. Choose the correct driver for the screw being used.

  4. Fix driver to a power screwdriver set to at least 1500rpm.

  5. Put screw onto driver and place at fastening position.

  6. Push sharply on screwdriver to create a starting point.

  7. Squeeze screwdriver trigger and maintain firm end pressure until screw has drilled and fastened.

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