Strengthened and ready to take on the toughest projects, concrete form nails prove their worth when it comes to fastening frames of wood or metal to concrete surfaces. Carbon-steel crafted and designed to perforate concrete in a breeze, these nails not only boast a sharp head but a barbed shank that secures the nail in place. Easily sourced in various lengths so you can select the ideal size for your needs, these nails are ready to get the job done.
Concrete form nails are a must-have for any concrete building venture. Featuring an ultra-tough carbon steel build and a sharp point to penetrate the concrete, as well as a barbed shank to keep it in place, these nails secure wood or metal forms for use in pouring concrete. Plus, you’ll find a variety of lengths to fit various concrete thicknesses.
To start, you must firmly drill a hole into the concrete with a hammer drill; it should be sightly slimmer than the diameter of the nail. Afterwards, slide in the nail and give it a few taps with a hammer, so it’s level with the concrete surface. Lastly, grab a nail set and push the nail head underneath the level of the concrete.
Once the concrete has hardened, the formwork can be deconstructed, with the nails disappearing from sight. Fastening forms to concrete is simple and effective through the use of special concrete form nails, forming a solid and long-lasting connection.