Spax-D Wirox coated decking screws - more corrosion resistant than the competition

Published:  25 September, 2012

BURTON-ON-TRENT: An independent test carried out on Spax-D Wirox coated decking screws has proven that the corrosion resistance of the product out-performs competitor offerings.

In August 2012, Burton-on-Trent-based ESG Ltd carried out the testing on behalf of Spax UK, comparing its Spax-D Wirox coated decking screw against those from four competitors.

Salt spray tests conducted concluded that competitive products showed greater corrosion than the Spax-D after the same period of testing, confirming the superior quality of the Spax-D Wirox coated screw.

The protective coating on the Spax-D Wirox decking screw is accredited with corrosivity category C4 classification giving the product an estimated working life of 15 years.

The 4.5mm x 60mm Spax-D WIROX decking screws are available in packs of 250pcs or 500pcs. The screw features a small cylindrical head that allows fixing into the groove of the deck board, countersinking easily and providing a superb finished appearance. Ground serrations on the lower thread remove a need to pre-drill and prevents splitting or splintering. The non-threaded shank pulls the deck board down tight with the upper thread locking the board securely. The screw features a T-Star Plus head which aids a firm bit hold and prevents slipping. Both pack types include a free T20 bit.

While other companies have migrated to low-wage countries, Spax-D continues to manufacture in Germany at the Spax International GmbH & Co facilities, focusing on producing products of uncompromised quality with constant availability. If you would like further information about the range, accreditations or the testing that was carried out on behalf of Spax, please contact Spax UK Ltd on sales@abcspax.co.uk.

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