Twisted Nails


Twisted Nails can be driven like a nail but also offer a strong holding power like a screw. These affordable screw nails are typically used in hardwood and dense materials construction for increased withdrawal capacity. When the screw is driven into the substrate, it forms a screw-shaped hole for better gripping and holding. This prevents nails from loosening as well as minimizes splitting. Twisted nails are not recommended for softwood uses.



  • Easy to drive without predrilling.
  • Offer greater grip force, resistant to withdrawal.
  • Easy to remove if necessary.
  • Various corrosion coatings for durability.
  • Complete styles, gauges and sizes are available.
  • These nails are available in wire diameter from 3.80mm to 4.50mm.


  • flooring.
  • Plumbing.
  • Tiling.
  • Vinyl siding.
  • Truss building.
  • Subflooring.
  • Aluminum floor metals.
  • Sheet metal cornices, gutters, flashing.
  • Flat or corrugated metal roofing .
  • Pallets & crate assembly.