Lag Screws - sometimes called lag bolts - have a hex head, a gimlet or cone point, and a thin, sharp, coarse pitched thread. They are designed for insertion into wood and produce their own mating thread. Threading is usually 60% to 67% of the length.
Length is measured from under the head to the tip of the screw. Lags are installed with a washer.
Available in both 18-8 & 316 stainless steel. Type 316 Stainless Steel
should always be specified for salt water applications.
Type 316 stainless steel contains molybdenum for superior corrosion resistance in salt water and other highly corrosive environments.
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