302 Pieces. T30 TIM drive. High strength tensile steel. Zinc and yellow-passivated. Fully threaded. For fixing of window and door frames, timber beams, battens, wooden lathes, façades, metal profiles, and panels. Suitable for concrete, bricks, hollow blocks and natural stone.
Average Customer Rating:
(32 Reviews) 32
Rating Snapshot(32 reviews)
31 of 32(97%)reviewers would recommend this product.
Customer Reviews for TIMco Concrete Screw Trade Pack
"Fixing panels to an uneven brick wall was a pain using wall plugs: drill panel, drill through and mark wall, remove panel, drill holes for plugs and insert plugs. Replace panel and try and line it up with all the plugs' NO MORE! Long 6 mm drill through panel into wall, 7.5 mm through panel, insert screw - an impact driver helps - and on to the next with perfect alignment every time. And the screws can be easily loosened to allow panel adjustment. Pro: Quicker, easier Con: More expensive, impact power screwdriver advisable"
"A fast and secure way to fix to concrete and masonry surfaces. I initially experienced some loose connections but used a bit that was 0.5 mm smaller then recommended and they worked a treat. Great for securing a plywood subfloor to an uneven concrete slab."
"I use these screws a lot for fixing wall plates, I have had several customers ask why am I not using rawpulgs and I said these don't need them. I have never had any fail on me so far and find a impact driver is the best is to drive them in as they are driven home with a constant speed and force."
"As far as I can tell they are great. Didn't fix perfectly every time into mortar, but when drilled into brick or concrete block they were fantastic! Cant really comment on reliability and performance as only oinstalled in the last month or so, but hopefully will be great."
"These screw are brilliant, I have secured a number of door frames screwed into natural slate walls. No hastle, just drill 6mm pilot hole. no need for plugs - great time saving kit and gives a very secure fixing."
"Has anchored really well into brick and block for me. I'm finding it very useful over plug type fixings because you can add additional fasteners with whatever piece you're fixing already in place. The Torq head is also a nice touch."
"I had to put up a heavy barn door and the hinges were a worry... I drilled the stone and screwed these screws straight in, no raw-plugs .... solid and so easy. I can use these all over my property, in stone and concrete. Perfect."
I use them for fixing all sorts of things to concrete and masonary, not just in upvc window and door fitting, which is where i first came across them.
They are expensive compared to the 'plug and screw' alternative but i think that the price difference is more than compensated for by the far superior performance and reliability. If you want to be double sure that what you are fixing doesnt come loose then these are the screws to go with.
A couple of things to be wary of however are, that the torq bit supplied is not of the greatest quality and will wear out, so have some back-ups ready. And if you are drilling a lot of holes keep an eye on your 6mm masonary drill bit, as if it wears down and starts drilling 5.5mm holes then you are going to really struggle to get the screws in."
"I needed to screw framing to concrete so i used Nylon Hammerfix, but i found then to be to short and not secure enough. So i used these to finish the job. I should of used these from the start. Only problem is when screwing in you have to back them off now and again before continuing."