Chipboard Screws are made to fasten best on chipboards or particleboards. Chipboards are made with a thinner shaft to make the coarse threads wider for a better grip.
Chipboard Screws are usually made with a flat or bugle head to create a smooth finish when fastened into chipboards. The common slot for the screw is Philips, Pozi, or Square drive. Usually the neck of the Chipboard Screws is made with nibs to help hold the grip onto the boards.
Chipboard Screws are usually made with sharp points because no pilot holes are needed when drilling into the boards. Different coatings are utilized to help Chipboard Screws resist corrosion, such as zinc and yellow zinc.
Different length and sizes are made for different kind of furniture’s. Smaller ones can be used for fastening hinges on desks or cabinetries.
Longer Chipboard Screws can fasten two chipboards together while making larger furniture’s, such as a cabinet.