Eurotec GmbH is able to supply a wide range of wood construction screws that can be used for a number of different applications – including load-bearing timber frame joints, timber engineering, multiple hall constructions or renovation of ceilings.
The company points out its range of wood construction screws feature high corrosion resistance; applicability in service classes 1 to 3; as well as a good resistance to mechanical loading. The screws can also be utilised for carpentry work.
Eurotec’s range of wood construction screws includes the Paneltwistec range, which Eurotec mentions is known for being an ‘all rounder’ among screws. It is available in different steel grades, head shapes, and screw tips, and each screw has special properties that are suitable and necessary according to the application.
In load-bearing timber constructions, for connecting timber wood or steel wood joints, Eurotec offers its KonstruX screws. They are characterised by a full thread that increases the thread extraction resistance in the components. Also available is the Topduo roofing screw, which can be used for above rafter insulation applications.
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