Clavos supplies full options of common iron nails for industrial general fastening and construction uses. Two categories of our nails: Common Nails and Special Nails.


Common Nails

Common nails are classified into following types:

Collated Nails: Also called coiled nails, designed in 15 degree angle, 16 angle, 21 and other angles for easy operation with nailing tools and guns. Coiled steel nails save labor and cost in uses due to the continuous working. Due to specific uses, wire coiled nails can be divided further into: Drywall Construction Collated Screw Nails, Galvanized Steel Wire Collated Roofing Nails and Strip Collated Framing Nails.

Construction Nails: Common nails are popularly used in building construction as well as various wooden structure constructions. The buildings can be concrete, brick or wooden structures. The nails are used in fastening wooden panels, insulation sheet, roofing as well as wooden cases and crafts. Construction nails can be further classified into: Masonry and Cement Building Nails, Common Steel Construction Nails, Square Shank Boat Construction Nails, Concrete Nails, Interior Construction Fastener Nails and Roofing Nails.

Common Round Nails: Common nails for general fastening uses, made of carbon steel, with zinc plating galvanized treatment.
Fence Staples: U type nails fasteners for attaching mesh panels to wooden posts, and other connecting uses.
Flat Head Nails: Flat cap common round nails.
Ring Shank Nails: Steel nails with ring or twisted thread shanks. Increased holding powder is offered with this screw nails.

Special Nails
Brass Nails Series

Special screw nails can be divided into following types:
Copper, Brass, Phosphor Bronze Plated Steel Nails For Furniture framing and other wooden structure fixing uses.
Galvanized Steel Staple Wire Nails: for binding, stitching uses. Oval wires or flat wire. Supplied in U strips or spool wire.
Stainless Steel Nail Fasteners: Excellent corrosion resistant property. For concrete building, roofing and other special uses.