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KORTICK LAG SCREWS are used to attach Pole line Hardware and Specialties to pole, crossarms, and wood structures.
CONE POINTED FETTER DRIVE THREADS on Lags speed up installation because they can be driven into the wood like a nail, and develop all of the holding power of a regular Gimlet lag thread.
The 3/8-inch diameter and larger FETTER DRIVE SCREWS have a SHOULDER UNDER THE HEAD upset to the same diameter as the threaded section, thus insuring a snug fit in the hole of the hardware installation.
PILOT POINT screws allow the screw to be “tacked” into place before driving the screw into place. This makes for both increased time savings and easier installation.
Fabrication from carbon steel bars or cold heading wire of suitable grade and quality.
Hot dip galvanized per latest revision ASTM Specifications A153, threads cleaned of excess zinc by the Centrifugal Method.
Conform to latest revision EEI Specification TD-3. Heads are American Standard Regular and conform to the minimum body strengths noted below.
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