FastenMaster Collated Cortex for VERSATEX Trim - 250 LF - 2"
- Compatible with VERSATEX Trim
- Collated Cortex plugs minimizes handling and saves valuable time on the jobsite
- Plugs are made from manufacturer OEM trim boards, ensuring plugs match the trim
- 2" length offers versatility to use for deck fascia, exterior baseboards, and window surrounds
- Includes screws, plugs and setting tool
- TORX ttap Drive System
- Easy to use
FastenMaster Collated Cortex for VERSATEX Trim - 250 Linear Feet is a fast and easy way to conceal fasteners and screw heads when installing PVC trim Boards and now it is 50% faster. FastenMaster Cortex plugs are now available on a collated strip. This minimizes handling and saves valuable time on the job site. The fastener not only delivers high levels of holding power but now with the shorter 2" length it offers versatility to use for deck fascia, exterior baseboards and window surrounds. With the TORX ttap Drive System it is almost impossible to strip-out and the fasteners are easily removed. The stability button keeps the fastener straight through the installation process. The setting tool is industrial grade and enables you to install 350 fasteners on one Cortex setting tool. Cortex is easy-to-use and includes everything needed, including screws, plugs and setting tools. FastenMaster recommends installing with an 18 volt cordless impact drill.
|Compatible Materials||Versatex Trim Board|
|Coverage (Linear Feet)||250|
|Head Type||TORX ttap Drive System|
|Included Accessories||(375) Screws, (400) Plugs, and (3) Setting Tools|
|Material||Carbon Steel Screws, Koma Trim Board Plugs|
|Number of Plugs||400|
|Number of Screws||375|
|Recommended Spacing||16" OC or Closer|
|Screw Drive Type||#20 TORX ttap|
|Screw Head Style||TORX ttap Drive System|
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