Model # BT4H22BR050

Internet #205568576

Blue-Tap 1/4 in. x 2-1/2 in. Bronze Hex-Head Concrete Screw (50-Pack)
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Blue-Tap

1/4 in. x 2-1/2 in. Bronze Hex-Head Concrete Screw (50-Pack)

$12.10 /each

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Blue-Tap is a 25-year veteran in the construction industry. These super-strong masonry anchors are manufactured of case hardened carbon steel. Ceramic coated for superior corrosion resistance. ACQ certified for installation in pressure treated lumber. Use to attach screen enclosures, electrical equipment, plumbing fixtures, hurricane shutters, lumber and more.

  • Excellent for fastening into concrete, brick, block and wood
  • Miami-Dade Co. approved for installations in hurricane zones
  • A perfect choice for attaching steel and wood with a unique thread that gives exceptional pullout resistance
  • Specially designed to hold strong into most building materials
  • Hardened carbon steel with high performance ceramic coating giving excellent corrosion resistance
  • Only fastener brand approved for use with our Pro-Tect cap and sleeve system
  • Use to attach screen enclosures, electrical equipment, plumbing fixtures, hurricane shutters, lumber and more
  • Drill bit included

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what is the reason for the shape of the point on this screw?

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It has sharp angles instead of being rounded like most screw tips. Does it help keep it in place when screwed into the concrete?
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The point helps cut its own threads into concrete and masonry and are good for anchoring materials to cement walls or foundations.
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