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Drywall Screws Bugle Head Philips Fine Thread Zinc Plated



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3.5x25 Dry Wall Screws Bugle Head Phillips Fine Thread Zinc Plated (Pack of 1,000)*


Part No: FM3.5-025DWBH-Z

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£7.26
Excl VAT: £6.05
10 Packs
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3.5x32 Dry Wall Screws Bugle Head Phillips Fine Thread Zinc Plated (Pack of 1,000)*


Part No: FM3.5-032DWBH-Z

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£11.98
Excl VAT: £9.98
99 Packs
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3.5x38 Dry Wall Screws Bugle Head Phillips Fine Thread Zinc Plated (Pack of 1,000)*


Part No: FM3.5-038DWBH-Z

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£13.64
Excl VAT: £11.37
48 Packs
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3.5x50 Dry Wall Screws Bugle Head Phillips Fine Thread Zinc Plated (Pack of 1,000)*


Part No: FM3.5-050DWBH-Z

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£9.67
Excl VAT: £8.06
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4.2x60 Dry Wall Screws Bugle Head Phillips Fine Thread Zinc Plated (Pack of 500)*


Part No: FM4.2-060DWBH-Z

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£10.19
Excl VAT: £8.49
115 Packs
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4.2x75 Dry Wall Screws Bugle Head Phillips Fine Thread Zinc Plated (Pack of 500)*


Part No: FM4.2-075DWBH-Z

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£20.14
Excl VAT: £16.78
94 Packs
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4.2x100 Dry Wall Screws Bugle Head Phillips Fine Thread Zinc Plated (Pack of 200)*


Part No: FM4.2-100DWBH-Z

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£6.96
Excl VAT: £5.80
66 Packs
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  • Drywall screws with a bugle head.
  • Coarse thread.
  • Zinc plated for increased resistance to corrosion.

Zinc coatings prevent oxidation of the protected metal to create a longer lasting finish. It does this by forming a barrier and by acting as a sacrificial anode if this barrier is damaged. Zinc oxide is a fine white dust that (in contrast to iron oxide) does not trigger a breakdown of the substrates surface integrity as it is formed. The zinc oxide, if left intact, can act as a barrier to further oxidation, in a way similar to the protection afforded to aluminum and stainless steels by their oxide layers.