|Screw Length||2-1/2 in||Size||#10|
|Thread Pitch (mm)||9 mm||Threads Per Inch (TPI)||0.130|
|Drive Style||Torx||Fastener Color||Silver|
|Fastener Material||Stainless Steel||Fastener Plating||Polymer|
|Fastener Type||Wood Deck Screws||Features||ACQ Rated|
|Head Style||Flat Head||Included||Driver Bit|
|Package Quantity||75||Product Weight (lb.)||1 lb|
A: No, we would recommend our PrimeGuard MAX Composite Deck Screws
A: there are approximately 75 screws per pound.
A: Type 305 Stainless Steel certainly DOES exist. I do not know where you get the idea that it does not. I suggest that you Google "Type 305 stainless steel" and see just how many fastener manufacturers disagree with you on the existence of Type 305 SS - hint: It is many more than just PrimeSource. I have used these screws with excellent results in both decking projects and on two community owned swim platforms which are moored in slightly brackish water for 5-6 months per year; the platforms are stored outside on land for the winter months. Some of these screws are used to attach wooden battens holding the platform's indoor/outdoor carpet coverings in place; the battens are at the very bottom edge of the platform sides and are constantly either submerged or awash (if there is sufficient wave action in the bay) when the platforms are moored. I change the carpet every 2 years - my "batten screws are now 6 years old and still look new - that is certainly good enough performance for me!
A: the stainless steel screws are apart of ASTM F1667-17