Which Type of Nail or Screw Has the Most Holding Strength? Let's find out!
- Published on: 25 March 2019
- The difference in holding strength among different types of nails and screws is amazing! The type of coating used on nails and screws makes a huge difference. In the video, 5 types of nails and 2 types of screws get tested for tensile strength in untreated 2x4s. Each type of fastener is tested 7 times and the highest and lowest strengths for each fastener is "thrown out". The types of nails include 16D coated, uncoated, galvanized, spiral shank, and ring shank. The types of screws include 3.5 inch drywall and coated deck screws. The Project Farm channel offers 100% unsponsored content and doesn't try to profit from Amazon products using the affiliate program. The goal is to provide viewers with unbiased reviews to help them save time and money. 100% of video ideas come from viewers. Thank you all very much for offering video ideas. It keeps things fun and interesting. Also, thank you very much for supporting the channel by watching the commercials and through Patreon support. https://www.patreon.com/projectfarm
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