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British Gypsum Drywall Screws

Corrosion resistant self-tapping steel screws for fixing board to metal framing less than 0.8mm thick.

Black phosphate coated corrosion resistant self tapping steel screws with countersunk cross head. Supplied with screwdriver bits. Designed for fixing plasterboard to Gypframe ‘C’ Studs (and associated framing) less than 0.8mm thick, Gypframe ‘I’ Stud framing less than 0.6mm thick and board to timber supports. Minimum order quantity is one carton. Conforms to EN 14566.

Suitability

For use with Gypframe metal framing less than 0.8mm gauge ('I' studs less than 0.6mm gauge). For thicker gauges of Gypframe use British Gypsum Jack-Point Screws.

Penetration

Ensure a minimum penetration of 10mm into metal framing or 25mm into the timber substrate, through the board.

Additional Information

Complies with BS EN 14566, the European standard relating to drywall fixings.

Order CodeSize (mm)Max Board Thickness (mm)Quantity
29445/72515 (metal) N/A (timber)1000
29446/43525 (metal) 10 (timber) 1000
29447/14030 (metal) 15 (timber)1000
29448/84535 (metal) 20 (timber)1000
29449/55040 (metal) 25 (timber)500
29450/15545 (metal) 30 (timber)500
29451/86050 (metal) 35 (timber)500
29452/56555 (metal) 40 (timber)250
29453/27565 (metal) 50 (timber)250
29454/98070 (metal) 55 (timber)250
29455/69080 (metal) 65 (timber)250
29456/310595 (metal) 80 (timber)250
29456/3120110 (metal) 95 (timber)250

Notes

(C) Also available as a Collated Drywall Screw via British Gypsum.


Coating information: All screws up to and including 60mm are zinc plated. All screws over 60mm are grey phosphate coated.

What screw lengths do I use for fixing to metal & timber?

The screw should be the thickness of the board plus a minimum 10mm penetration into Gypframe metal or the thickness of the board plus a minimum 25mm penetration into timber using our British Gypsum screws. Please refer to the SITE BOOK for more information.