|Screw Length||1-1/2 in||Size||#6|
|Thread Pitch (mm)||8 mm||Threads Per Inch (TPI)||0.143|
|Drive Style||Phillips||Fastener Color||Black|
|Fastener Material||Alloy Steel||Fastener Plating||Phosphate|
|Fastener Type||Drywall Screws||Features||No Additional Features|
|Head Style||Bugle Head||Included||Driver Bit|
|Package Quantity||200||Product Weight (lb.)||1 lb|
A: There are approximately 304 screws per 1 lb box.
A: Specifications on website say approximately 304.
A: Yes, 1-5/8" screws are good for hanging 5/8" drywall on the ceiling.
A: That depends on the thickness of the drywall you are putting up. I would suggest 3/4” screw length in the ceiling joist. So if you’re putting up 1/2” drywall then you should use 1 1/4” drywall screws.
A: 1-1/4 inch is fine for 1/2 inch drywall in conjunction with a good construction adhesive and space the screws 8 to 10 inches apart along the joists. 5/8 inch drywall, required in garage ceilings with living space above should have 1-5/8 inch screws along with good construction adhesive.
A: 1-1/4” is recommended at least. You can do 1-1/2” too. Longer screws are good for ceilings. These 1” screws are good if you are putting drywall onto 3/4” furring strips and have concrete on the other side. A longer screw would hit the concrete
A: The recommended length screw for ceiling drywall is 1 5/8”.
A: 1 1/4
A: there are approximately 199 screws in this pack