A drywall screw is a type of screw used to attach drywall panels to wooden or metal studs. It has a sharp, pointed end that pierces the drywall panel and a threaded shank that is screwed into the stud, securing the panel in place. Drywall screws are typically made of steel C1022, with a black or gray phosphate coating to resist corrosion.
Drywall screws have a variety of applications, including in the construction and remodeling of homes and buildings. They are used to attach drywall panels to studs, creating a smooth, even surface for painting or wallpapering. They are also used to attach other types of wallboard, such as cement board or greenboard, to studs. In addition, drywall screws can be used for other purposes, such as attaching wood trim to walls or ceilings.
Drywall Screw Quantity Per Kilo
Below are the quantity-weight table of drywall screw in different sizes:
|Size||Material||Length||Diameter||Quantity per Kg|
|3.5x16||1022A||16 mm||3.5 mm||880 pcs|
|3.5x20||1022A||20 mm||3.5 mm||760 pcs|
|3.5x25||1022A||25 mm||3.5 mm||710 pcs|
|3.5x30||1022A||30 mm||3.5 mm||580 pcs|
|3.5x35||1022A||35 mm||3.5 mm||520 pcs|
|3.5x40||1022A||40 mm||3.5 mm||440 pcs|
|3.5x50||1022A||50 mm||3.5 mm||400 pcs|
|3.5x60||1022A||60 mm||3.5 mm||276 pcs|
|3.5x70||1022A||70 mm||3.5 mm||250 pcs|
|3.5x80||1022A||80 mm||3.5 mm||200 pcs|