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INTRODUCING THE NEW
Manufacturers of Masonry Nails,
Cartridge Tool Nails,
Washered Nails and Capping Nails
Double countersunk
reduces the likelihood
of head shear
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Drive Recess
(T10, T20, T25, T30) recess
6 Ribs on the second
to reduce driver wear, offer
countersink to assist completion
more positive drive
of countersinking and prevent
and prevent camming out
damage to furniture hardware
Partially threaded above
25mm to improve
clamping effectiveness
Special Feature:
The Timco Classic Plus
Lubricated with Gleitmo
J.H. de Wit en Zonen B.V., P.O. Box 60,
has ribs only on the second
605 to enhance screw
countersink; this allows the
insertion time and a
Gerstdijk 17, Industrial Zone No. 9081,
5700 AB Helmond, The Netherlands.
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greater resistance to
a hinge countersink and pre-
corrosion
Tel: +(31) 492 - 588888 Fax: +(31) 492 - 547585 vents the ribs from
E-mail: info@don-quichotte.nl
damaging the plating
www.don-quichotte.nl
Plated in Zinc 5-8 microns and
Wave-Thread serrations
yellow passivated to give a high
on 1/3 of the thread
resistance to corrosion
reduces driving torque
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to give a rapid installation
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pull-out resistance
Type 17 Slash Point
eliminates the need for
pre-drilling and prevents
the wood from splitting
Suitable for all these substrates
‘The unique thread
Hardwood
design gives an
impressive speed
of insertion time and
Plastic
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resistance in both soft
Softwood
and hard timber.
Additionally, the Type
17 slots relieves
MDF
the insertion torque and
reduces the likelihood of
Plywood
the timber splitting.’
Thin Sheet Metal

Peter Owen - Quality
Control Manager
Chipboard
Tel: 01829 261111)D[01829 261102 Web: www.TIMcouk.com
Email: sales@timcouk.com
T.I.Midwood & Co Ltd, Green Lane, Wardle, Nantwich, Cheshire, CW5 6BJ
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