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   Common Nails       
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   All Common Nails       Common nails are frequently manufactured and used wires nail with a disk-shaped head typically 3 to 4 times the shank diameter. Common nails have larger shanks than box nails of the same size.   
   Bullethead Nails       General-purpose permanent fasteners with small heads. This head style allows bullethead nails to be punched below wood surfaces. The volume displaced by the nail's insertion is then filled to hide its appearance in the primary material. 
   Ring / Helical-Thread Nails       Permanent fasteners used to create very strong joints. Their shank's sharp, annular-shaped ridges become embedded in wood. 
   Twisted / Spiral Nails       Common nails designed for easy penetration into dense materials. Their spiral shank also prevents the nail from backing out. 
   Wire Nails       The most common nail type, wire nails are cut and shaped from iron or steel wire. Material used to make wire nails is either elliptical or round in shape. Wire nails often include a finish or are galvanized to avoid corrosion. 
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   Wood Casing and Finishing Nails       
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   All Wood Casing / Finishing Nails       Wood casing and finishing nails are used for the careful and secure installation of decorative wood flooring, cabinetry, coverings (moldings) and other fine interior woodwork. Their use avoids damage to softwoods, and improves the overall aesthetic result. 
   Casing Nails       Wire nails with a slightly larger head style than finish nails, often used to affix flooring. 
   Finish Nails       Joining fasteners used to drive wood below surfaces, and for fine detail work. 
   Floor Brad Nails (Stigs)       Higher-strength permanent fasteners used to affix hardwood floor boards. Includes "cut floor brad nails" used to join floorboards to joists. 
   Lost-head Nails       Also known as "round head nails", and stronger than oval wire nails. Lost-head nails are easily punched below wood surfaces. Sizes typically range from 12 - 150 mm (0.5 - 6 inches). 
   Oval Brad Nails       Elliptical joining fasteners used to avoid splitting the grain of softwoods. 
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   Large Head Nails       
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   All Large-head Nails       Large-head nails are special-purpose fasteners whose head diameter to length ratio is significantly greater than other typically-used nails like common nails or finishing nails. 
   Cap / Springhead Nails       Used for roofing and often galvanized to avoid corrosion, cap (spring head) nails include a large, cup-shaped head that can be either integral or free-floating. They are used to affix corrugated sheeting and similar materials to wood, and sometimes include a twisted shank to improve material penetration. 
   Clout Nails       Usually made of galvanized steel, clout nails include a large, flat retaining head, and are suitable for soft materials like plasterboard and roofing felt. 
   Joist Nails (Hanger Nails)       Long, permanent fasteners used to affix, either with or without additional metal hanger hardware, horizontal structural members (usually made from wood) supporting ceilings, roofs, or floors. 
   Teco Nails       Permanent fasteners - having approximately 0.148 inch diameter shanks and 1 1/2 inch lengths - used to affix metal connectors with wood elements (for example, hurricane ties), for structures needing to comply with strict building codes. 
   Upholstery Nails       Permanent fasteners, available in chrome, brass, and other aesthetically-pleasing metallic finishes, used to affix decorative fabrics to chairs, couches and other furniture. 
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   Heavy Duty Nails       
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   All Heavy Duty Nails       Heavy-duty nails are high-strength, large-sized fasteners used in applications where extreme or frequently repeated loads are expected, and where tough environmental conditions might be present. Railroad tie joining, masonry / concrete penetration, roof gutter fixing, and similar applications are common for heavy-duty nails. 
   Gutter Spikes       Large, heavy-duty permanent fasteners, often galvanized, designed to secure rooftop water channeling systems. 
   Masonry Nails       Often made of hardened steel, masonry nails are used to affix wood to brick, concrete, and most types of masonry materials. They are sometimes fluted to allow for difficult hard-material penetration. 
   Rail Spikes       Large permanent fasteners having an offset head and used to secure rails, tie plates, or baseplates to mating ties in a rail track. Rail spikes are driven into wooden ties using a manual spike hammer or an automated spiker. 
   T Nails       Permanent fasteners with long shanks and thick heads used to secure metal and wood flooring. Because of the shape of its large head, when viewed from the side, the nail forms the letter "T". 
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   Pins, Tacks and Small Nails       
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   All Small Nails       Tacks, pins and small nails are fasteners with short shanks used for lighter-duty applications like glass, carpet and felt-roofing installation.   
   Brass Tacks       Short fasteners with a large head, made from metal alloy, and used to affix carpets to floorboards and for stretching fabric onto wood. 
   Carpet Tacks       Smalls nails with large heads and a sharp point used to secure carpeting to floors, stairs, or walls. 
   Panel Pins       Round, lightweight permanent fasteners used for cabinet-making and for affixing small moldings. 
   Roofing Tacks       Short, sharp-pointed nails used in roof construction. 
   Sprigs       Small, headless nails primarily used to hold glass in place before applying putty. 
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   For Powered Nailers       
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   All For Powered Nailers       Nails for powered nailers are fasteners designed specifically for use with tools that allow builders to quickly drive a large-quantity of nails into wood and other materials for large construction projects. Nails for powered nailers can be driven by electrical or pneumatic sources, combustion engines, or by explosive-charges. 
   Coil Nails       Permanent fasteners sold in a spiral bundle and designed for high-speed continuous feeding for various powered nailing devices. 
   Dhead Nails       Permanent fasteners sold in a flat bundle (often a glued strip) and designed for high-speed continuous feeding for various powered nailing devices. The D-shape of the nail's head avoids jamming during automated feeding.   
   Fiber Cement Nails       Bundled fasteners used with nailers and designed for use with rugged composite building exterior materials made from sand, cement, cellulose and other natural and man-made fibers. 
   Powder-Actuated Nails (Explosive Charge)       Rugged projectile-fasteners designed for use with nail guns. Powder-actuated nails are made from metal materials strong enough to penetrate hard concrete, stone, rolled steelwork, and similar hardened materials. 
   Wire-weld Collated Nails       Bundled fasteners provided on flat or coiled strips and designed for more precise application by a powered nailer device. Manufacturers tack-weld strips of thin wire to the side of each nail to maintain superior alignment in tough working environments. 
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   Other       
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   Other       Other type not already described. 
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Specifications
   Penny Sizes (U.S.)       
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   2d       U.S. penny size. 
   3d       U.S. penny size. 
   4d       U.S. penny size. 
   6d       U.S. penny size. 
   7d       U.S. penny size. 
   8d       U.S. penny size. 
   9d       U.S. penny size. 
   10d       U.S. penny size. 
   12d       U.S. penny size. 
   16d       U.S. penny size. 
   20d       U.S. penny size. 
   30d       U.S. penny size. 
   50d       U.S. penny size. 
   40d       U.S. penny size. 
   60d       U.S. penny size. 
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   Length       Length in inches, measured from the bottom of the head to the point of the nail. 
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   Diameter       Nail's shank diameter in inches. 
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