A: Fastening where high strength is required and or reinforced concrete should be made with a screw, lag bolt, or another concrete anchor. Please check with local building codes for more guidelines in your specific area.
A: Grip-Rite Fluted Masonry Nails are intended for use in concrete, without knowing what is being attached we can not make a recommendation.
A: I had better luck with cut nails. My plaster was brittle and these nails cracked it pretty good.
A: Fluted Masonry Nails do not need to be predrilled.
A: no, not recommended for exterior applications. We would recommend our Pro-Twist Concrete Screw Anchors as the better replacement.
A: Yes! I use these for concrete and also wood siding. Very versatile and easy to grip. However, they are not real thin-if you use thin nails they will bend easily when hammering. These do not bend- very stable.
|Name||#10 x 5/8 in. Galvanized Steel Concrete Nails (1 lb.-Pack)||#9 x 3/4 in. Fluted Masonry Nails (1 lb.-Pack)||1-1/2 in. 4-Penny Steel Cut Masonry Nails (1 lb.-Pack)||#9 x 2 in. Fluted Masonry Nails (1 lb.-Pack)|
|Nail Length (In.)||5/8 in.||3/4 in.||1 1/2 in.||2 in.|
|Shank Type||Smooth Shank||Fluted Shank||Smooth Shank||Fluted Shank|
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