Nails & Clips
Nails can be for pole dating, which means that they are used to indicate the year in which poles are set. Some of their heads are 5/8″ in diameter. They are also hot dip galvanized to protect them from weathering. The year determines catalog number with the pole dating. While they may all look similar, there are a multitude of different nail types, each designed for a specific job. Common, box, hard-cut masonry, and hot-dipped roofing nails are just a few of the available options.
Clips are made to be long lasting, the body of each clip is galvanized ductile iron designed to fit the strand, which is protected by smooth-rounded contact surfaces. Bolts are made of high-strength steel.
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