Press Release Summary:
Collated fasteners for company's Fastening Autofeed Screw Gun fit state building codes that call for two nails or one screw per tile. Fasteners have extra sharp points to pierce roofing glaze, and let builders combine speed of nail gun with fastening capabilities of screws. Combined with countersinking screw gun, they help builders reduce broken tiles. Other fasteners include wood to steel screws for attaching sheathing to steel structures.
Original Press Release:
New Roofing Fasteners Make Easy Work Of Tile Projects
CHARLOTTE, NC---PAM Fastening Technology has recently released a line of collated fasteners ideal for Spanish tile roof projects.
These collated fasteners are designed to work with the PAM Fastening Autofeed Screw Gun, yet are compatible with other industry tools. Many state building codes call for two nails or one screw per tile. With the use of PAM fasteners, builders utilize the speed of a nail gun with the fastening capabilities of a screw.
PAM fasteners are ideal for increasing proficiency and reducing tile waste. Fasteners are designed with extra sharp points to pierce roofing glaze. Combined with PAM's countersinking screw gun, these fasteners will help builders reduce broken tiles.
Other new fasteners include wood to steel screws that are excellent for attaching sheathing to steel structures.
These screws are part of the PAM Fastening Technologies' family of fastening systems that include a wide variety of collated screws for use in their Autofeed Screw System. The Autofeed Screw System is ideal for various building applications including decking, drywall and roofing installations. With speeds averaging 2-3 seconds per driven screw, the system reduces work hours and ensures uniformity.
About PAM Fastening
PAM Fastening is a leader in autofeed screw system technologies with corporate and research offices located in Charlotte, NC and Bremen, Germany. The company has a broad line of autofeed screw systems and accessories. PAM also manufactures hot melt products for industrial applications, as well as frame assembly and miter saws for the furniture and picture framing industry. For more information contact PAM Fastening at 2120 Gateway Blvd., Charlotte, NC 28208, telephone: 704-394-3141, fax: 704-394-9339, email: firstname.lastname@example.org. The company's corporate website address is www.pamfast.com.