Heavy Duty Baz Fixing
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- Material - Galvanised
- Available Lengths - 120mm, 145mm, 175mm & 200mm
- Head - 8mm Hex
- Capability - Fixing into steel 3mm to 12mm thick (hot rolled)
- Thread - Expansion wings and gap
- Screw Diameter - 6.3mm
- Weight - Up to 3.2kg per pack
- Bag of 100
- Heavy Duty BAZ Fixings are the most efficient fastener for installing profiled fibre cement sheeting into hot rolled steel from 3mm up to 12mm thick such as RSJ's or angle iron
- These self tapping drillscrew allow for easy and quick top fix without the need to pre-drill.
- A Baz fixing features an 8mm hex head with a galvanised washer and rubber doomed sealer washer.
- On the shank of the screw there are specially designed wings which drill out a wider diameter hole to allow for expansion and contraction of the fibre cement sheet.
- Should be fixed through the crown of the sheet profile, not in the valley.
- If you are drilling into steel thinner than 3mm thick (Cold Rolled), you will require a Light Section BAZ Screw instead.
- Available in 120mm to Suit Profile 6 Fibre Cement Sheets, 145mm, 175mm and 200mm Lengths
- Galvanised material
- Fixes into steel 3mm up to 12mm thick
- Self Tapping – No need to pre-drill
- Expansion wings so Fibre Cement Wont crack with temperature changes
What product is a BAZ screw used to fix?
BAZ screws are a self-tapping screw used to fix corrugated Fibre Cement profiles.
Do I need to Pre-Drill this screw?
No, BAZ screws are self tapping screws.
What material does this Heavy Duty fix into?
This Heavy Duty Drill screw will fix a fibre cement sheet into Hot Rolled supports (Steel 3mm – 12mm Thick)
What are the wings at the sides of the screw for?
These wings are specially designed to self-tap an expansion gap for the screw, this prevents the sheet cracking when the screw expands and contracts through different temperatures.
Do I need a cap for these screws?
No, these screws are designed the self-seal and therefore do not require any cap to go over the top of the screw.
Where are these screws fixed?
These screws are fixed into the crown of the corrugated profile.
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