Is SCRAIL® the Greatest Fastener of All Time? (With Video!)

Posted by Brett McCutcheon on Aug 15, 2020 9:29:00 AM

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Sometimes the biggest game changers to come along are no bigger than a screw, and in the case of SCRAIL®, they're actually revolutionizing the functionality of other fasteners. For construction crews, contractors, manufacturers, and more, SCRAIL® fasteners not only speed up work, they boast 80% more holding power than screws. So, whether you're constructing a pallet, building a subfloor, or installing new siding, you can get the work done more quickly, knowing that each fastening is doubly secure. As an added convenience, SCRAIL® fasteners are compatible with existing nailers. Why on earth would you bother with traditional screws?

The Maximum Holding Power of SCRAIL®

SCRAIL® fasteners are different from ordinary screws. They feature an 'aggressive thread design' that is suitable for just about any screw application. When holding power matters (and when doesn't it?), SCRAIL® fasteners outperform other screw-type and nail fastenings. These fasteners come in five different styles:

  • Fine and coarse threads for soft wood applications
  • Patented SteelThread for steel / aluminum studs
  • BeckDeck® for composite material composition; ideal for preventing cratering
  • SubLoc® PRO double threads with patented diamond-coating adhesive
  • Patented RoofLoc® StealThread for metal roofing systems

Choose the ideal SCRAIL® fastener for your application and enjoy their maximum holding power.

Speed and Flexibilit

Improve work efficiency with SCRAIL® fasteners. These products perform two times quicker than collated screws and eight times faster than bulk screws. Because they work with existing pneumatic nailers, you don't have to invest in new equipment to enjoy their efficient functionality.

In addition, SCRAIL® fasteners aren't just quickly driven; they're adjustable and removable after you place them. Unlike collated screws, you get reliable flexibility that's suited to a wide array of applications.

Use SCRAIL® for Multiple Applications

Designed by BECK, SCRAIL® fasteners can be used for an expansive range of applications. They are popularly used for:

  • Commercial metal roofing
  • Residential roofing
  • Siding installation
  • Subflooring
  • Pallet and crate construction
  • Fencing
  • Outdoor furniture assembly and more

SCRAIL® are more dependable than other screws. Their holding power gives you greater peace of mind than you'd enjoy with other less powerful fasteners.

Watch the Video

Ready to see these fasteners in action? Watch the video to witness the speed and holding power of SCRAIL® fasteners. Discover why construction crews are embracing this fastening above all others. Once you invest in SCRAIL® fasteners, you won't want to rely on any other screws.

Patented SCRAIL® are among the most useful and innovative solutions for today's builders, installers, and even do-it-yourselfers. Whether you're roofing a commercial warehouse or replacing siding on a residential garage, you can rely on the holding power and efficiency of SCRAIL®. After watching the video, visit the website to learn more about each type of SCRAIL® fastening and its ideal applications.

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Topics: Construction Fasteners, Scrail Fasteners

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10% Discount on Your First SCRAIL® Fastener Order

SCRAIL®, Fast like a Nail, Strong like a Screw, are incredibly versatile collated fasteners that can be driven with a pneumatic nailer at a rate twice as fast as collated screws and eight times faster than bulk screws. You can rely upon SCRAIL® fasteners to hold strong, without callbacks to fix a squeak or a nail pop.

Give SCRAIL® a try, and enjoy 10% off your first order.

  • Use SCRAIL® almost anywhere ordinary screws are used
  • Save time and labor costs 
  • Twice as fast as collated screws, eight times faster than bulk screws
  • Easily adjusted, quickly removed
  • Dramatically increased holding power vs. nails
  • Making projects easier since 1998

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