0.220" x 11" Strong-Tie SDWS Log Screw, E-Coat, Pkg 50

SKU: SDWS221100-R50

$62.11

SDWS Log Screws are designed by Simpson Strong-Tie for log-home construction and general interior applications. Available in longer lengths, these screws also include a low-profile head for easy countersinking, and the large diameter head eliminates the need for extra washers. The new Sawtooth point ensures an easy, fast start and less required torque.

SDWS Log Screws are designed by Simpson Strong-Tie for log-home construction and general interior applications. Available in longer lengths, these ...

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SDWS Log Screws are designed by Simpson Strong-Tie for log-home construction and general interior applications. Available in longer lengths, these screws also include a low-profile head for easy countersinking, and the large diameter head eliminates the need for extra washers. The new Sawtooth point ensures an easy, fast start and less required torque.

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Diameter:
.22"

Quantity:
50

Finish Spec:
E-Coat

Head Diameter:
.75"

Length Spec:
11"

Manufacturer Name:
Simpson Strong-Tie

Point Type:
Sawtooth

Drive Type:
T-40 Star

Thread Type:
Serrated

Color Spec:
Black

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Bill Holton
11" Heavy Timber/SIP fasteners

The Simpsons have a slightly larger diameter head, heavier shank, beefier threads and lower head profile, making them a better choice for roofing systems going under metal roofing through 9 inches of foam.

The larger diameter helps with avoiding 3/8 OSB pull -through, the heavier shank makes them less susceptible to wandering off vertical, the coarser/beefier threads are a better match for timber fastening beneath the roofing envelope.

They are too expensive. The competition's spider drive is better than the T30, but for light duty (through OSB/Foam to Lumber roof deck) drive integrity isn't really as important as other qualities. The competition is pretty much the same price. When you need 3000 fasteners, a dollar a screw is too much. Poor current availability and lack of 1/2 incremental longer size choices create difficulties when you are concerned about screw tips showing through cathedral structural T&G roof decking under envelope. Essentially had to use extra 1/4" OSB intermediate sheathing to get "enough bite, but not too much".



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    Bill Holton
    11" Heavy Timber/SIP fasteners

    The Simpsons have a slightly larger diameter head, heavier shank, beefier threads and lower head profile, making them a better choice for roofing systems going under metal roofing through 9 inches of foam.

    The larger diameter helps with avoiding 3/8 OSB pull -through, the heavier shank makes them less susceptible to wandering off vertical, the coarser/beefier threads are a better match for timber fastening beneath the roofing envelope.

    They are too expensive. The competition's spider drive is better than the T30, but for light duty (through OSB/Foam to Lumber roof deck) drive integrity isn't really as important as other qualities. The competition is pretty much the same price. When you need 3000 fasteners, a dollar a screw is too much. Poor current availability and lack of 1/2 incremental longer size choices create difficulties when you are concerned about screw tips showing through cathedral structural T&G roof decking under envelope. Essentially had to use extra 1/4" OSB intermediate sheathing to get "enough bite, but not too much".