|Item Weight||6.3 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||7.8 x 7.3 x 7.3 inches|
|California residents||Click here for Proposition 65 warning|
|Item model number||06A162P|
|Discontinued by manufacturer||Yes|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Head Style||Round Head|
|Cutting Diameter||1.625 inches|
|Warranty Description||Warranted against manufacturers defects.|
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Senco 06A162P DuraSpin Number 6 by 1-5/8-Inch Drywall to Wood Collated Screw (1,000 per Box)
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- This product is easy to use.
- This product is highly durable
- This product is manufactured in China.
- Collated screws for drywall-to-wood applications
- Features gray phosphate coating for greater productivity
- Packaged in an easy-to-carry tub with a convenient handle
- Packed in strips of 50 and 1,000 total screws per box
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Collation technology minimizes waste and saves money. View larger.
Includes 1,000 6" x 1-5/8" screws for attaching drywall to wood.
These screws boast collation technology, which means no more partially used strips, no more waste, and more money in your pocket. In fact, in repeated tests, Senco's collation technology far outperformed competitive brands.
Duraspin Design for Easy Spinning and Strong Attachments
Designed for high productivity, the 06A162P features a Duraspin design for easy spinning and strong attachments. Gray phosphate coating makes for high productivity and dependable performance.
These screws arrive conveniently packaged in an easy-to-carry see-through tub, which makes it easy to keep track of your supply. And with 1,000 screws per package (50 screws per strip), you'll be able to tackle and finish even the biggest jobs without running out of screws.
More Completed Drives
Like all Senco screws, the 06A162P is guaranteed to fit any compatible tool brand that's listed on the label. That means no jams, and no jams means less down-time and increased productivity.
The 06A162P screws are compatible with the Senco Duraspin Cordless Screw Driver 800001N, the True Value #572153, and the following models: DS300-AC, DS300-24V, DS300-S2, and DS300-S4.
About Senco: Innovation Backed by Experience
For over 50 years, Senco has been setting quality and performance standards for the fastener industry. In fact, Senco was the true inventor of the pneumatic fastening industry way back in 1950, and they've been the leading innovator in fastener technologies ever since. As a company, Senco has achieved an unheard of ten thousand hours of fastener engineering expertise.
In just one year, their plant in Cincinnati alone uses enough wire to make 18 trips to the moon and back. Even more impressive is the fact that since 1996, Senco has sold over 500 trillion fasteners to trusted companies like Fleetwood, Champion, Merillat, Ashley Furniture, and other major manufacturers.
What's in the Box
06A162P (1,000 count) 6 x 1-5/8-inch drywall-to-wood collated screws in see-through container.
Top Customer Reviews
Senco makes the best nail and screw guns. These screws are right on size and never jam like the cheap ones you get from China and the cheap tools stores.
There are none better then these screws and they have a huge selection for all your needs. Cheap tools and supplies are not worth the aggravation or the cheaper price.
I have a Senco Screw gun and after 30,000 screws, i prefer these..
I thought at first, one time job (large attic job) and i'll be done with this, but the fact I can get the screws at my local Lowes now at the same price means i can use this when i need to do decking, drywall etc..
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Good price,received product in a timely manner.Product was exactly as described.Would definitely recommend.Published 6 months ago by greg heller