Head & Point Styles

Hex Washer Head

Available in 1/4”, 5/16”, 3/8” and 12mm (across the flats) with large washer to accommodate a sealing washer. The hex head provides good application torque and is used for fixing roof profiles through the crest and wall cladding through the valley. Currently the Australian standard for roofing and is also used for walling and fencing profiles and general fixing.

Countersunk Head

For applications requiring a flush finish such as window frames, gates and door hinges.

Countersunk Undercut Head

Specially designed for hinge applications where a flush finish is essential.

Bugle Head

For fixing plasterboard walls and ceilings where a flush finish is required. Main advantage of the bugle head is that it doesn’t tear the paper like film on the plasterboard sheet, which an ordinary countersunk head can do.

Trim Head

Small countersunk head for skirting and architrave applications with a square drive recess for positive torque application.

Pan Head

Versatile head for various sheet metal applications.

Mini-Fixx (small pan head)

Special designed head for fixing small profile steel sheeting, such as mini-cori to steel or timber.

Button Head

A broad head for steel stud partitioning and electrical applications. Although it is also known as a large wafer head, it has many different names throughout the industry.

Countersunk Ribbed Head

For applications requiring a flush finish with ribs under the head to assist embedment into soft timbers and cement sheeting.

Flower Head

A self embedding head with special ribs to assist in producing a flush finish in high density cement sheeting.

Wafter Head

A low profile broad head for fixing metal deck clips and electrical fittings.

Bugle Batten Head

A self embedding countersunk head with an internal hex drive recess, ideal for joining heavy timbers and provides a flush finish.

Flat Head

Flat head for extra flush finish, thinnest head available. Designed for steel frame connection where cladding is placed directly over fixing.