For most exterior applications 304 is the most appropriate grade of stainless you’ll need. Stainless Steel 316 – This is the mac-daddy of exterior fasteners. 316 steel has chromium, extra nickel and added molybendum (whatever that is) mixed in with the steel to make sure it can stand up to the most brutal conditions.
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Frequently Asked Questions
What do you use for exterior walls?
Five common structural exterior sheathing options include wood-based, gypsum, glass mat, cement board, and Barricade® Thermo-Brace®. Plywood sheathing is made from whole sheets of wood that are cross-laminated, which give the boards strength and stiffness. This helps with expansion and contraction.
What kind of nails do you use for wall sheathing?
Using 6d (2-inch) galvanized nails, fasten panels (usually horizontally) to wall studs, spacing nails 6 inches apart along the panels' edges and 12 inches apart mid-panel (or as specified by your local building codes).
How to choose the best wall fastener for your RV?
So when it is time for the next item to go up on your wall in your RV you have this list of guides for choosing which is the best fit for you given the space you have to work with, the weight rating of the RV wall fastener, and the overall wear and tear of the area your fastening in. There are many walls to anchor items to the wall of a RV.
What kind of fastener to use on drywall?
Metal toggle bolts can support heavy loads in drywall, plaster and hollow-core concrete block. Plastic versions hold medium loads in drywall and plaster. To install: Bore a hole in the wall large enough to accommodate the toggle.
Which is the best steel for exterior fasteners?
Stainless Steel 316 – This is the mac-daddy of exterior fasteners. 316 steel has chromium, extra nickel and added molybendum (whatever that is) mixed in with the steel to make sure it can stand up to the most brutal conditions.
What's the best way to install a fastener on a wall?
To install: Bore a hole in the wall large enough to accommodate the toggle. Fit the item to be anchored over the bolt, then insert the toggle and tighten. You can trim a plastic bolt flush with its nut after installation.