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Starborn Industries expands DECKFAST epoxy coated line of screws

Now available with a star recess in gray, green, red and tan

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Deckfast epoxy coated screws now are available with a star recess in gray, green, red and tan.

Deckfast epoxy coated screws now are available with a star recess in gray, green, red and tan.
Starborn Industries Inc., a manufacturer and distributor of fasteners and related products for the building industry, has expanded the Deckfast line of screws for decks and exterior use. Deckfast epoxy coated screws now are available with a star recess in gray, green, red and tan, in addition to the green and gray square drive versions, which have been popular for years.

“Our company prides itself on listening to our customers’ needs and being on the cutting edge of fastener technology,” says Larry Crossley, VP of sales at Starborn Industries. “Over the past several years, star drive fasteners have grown in popularity and new colors of pressure treated lumber have been introduced. This is our way of addressing these changes to the decking market.”

Deckfast fasteners incorporate an epoxy-based polymer resin coating over zinc plate to provide excellent corrosion resistance in many types of decking, including ACQ treated lumber. They also feature reinforced flat heads with nibs to ensure greater strength and better countersinking, as well as an auger point for faster, easier entry.

For more information, visit www.starbornindustries.com.

Originally published in Masonry magazine.


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