Chipboard Screws

Chipboard screws are best when used with softwoods, chipboard, plastics, and some hardwoods. Many builders and carpenters use these as their “go-to” woodscrews for general timber use.

Chipboard screws have been purposely designed for fastening into wood. They generally have a thinner shaft and a single coarse thread, which cuts into soft materials quickly. The thread of a chipboard screw is self-tapping - the screws are fully threaded up to and including 75mm in length, and anything longer is partially threaded with 70mm of thread.

These screws have an exceptionally high resistance to pull-out forces. We offer stainless steel chipboard screws, as well as BZP and YBZP options.