Non-Collated Masonry Nails
AFT carries a several fastener styles that are engineered for nailing into concrete, brick and other masonry base materials. Contact us with any questions you may have about masonry nails or request a quote to receive a competitively priced quote. Our friendly and experienced sales staff is here to help.
Masonry Nail Types
Non-collated masonry nails, also referred to as concrete nails, are suitable for attaching furring strips and floor plates to uncured concrete. Tempered, hardened steel gives this nail the strength necessary to penetrate solid concrete surfaces while the fluted shank offers additional holding power. Choose 7, 8 or 9 gauge nails in a range of lengths from 1/2 to 3 inches. Masonry nails from Grip-Rite are made to conform to ASTM F1667, a specification that covers required standards for nails, spikes, staples, and other fasteners driven by hand tools.
Stub masonry nails differ from standard masonry nails in that they have a larger head and a smooth shank which makes them ideal for fastening pipe conduit, switch boxes, corner beads and wire mesh to masonry walls and surfaces. These 9-gauge nails are available in lengths ranging from 3/8" to 2-1/2" and a choice of tempered and hardened steel or electrogalvanized finish.
Round metal cap masonry nails are crafted from tempered and hardened steel with a 1" metal cap that creates the added surface area which is beneficial when attaching foam insulation to exterior surfaces. The fluted shank allows the nail to penetrate masonry without creating cracks. Available lengths span 7/8" to 4" with an 8-gauge diameter.
Use 1-1/8" electrogalvanized tension pins for securing furring strips, clips, and hangers to concrete blocks or mortared joints.