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Wafer Head Framers
Last Modified: 2017-12-28

Wafer Head Framers


  • Grabber's new Vector screw significantly reduces drive time and increases productivity with its much sharper and steeper-angled point compared to traditional framing fasteners. Competitive tests have demonstrated that Vector point screws drive up to eight times faster than IFI SAE J78 fastener penetration standards and 50% faster than competing fasteners. In a drive comparison with standard framing fasteners, the VectorTM performed considerably better across the board in multiple drive test comparisons. 

ItemPackageApprox PiecesQTY
7x9/16" Sharp Point5LB Box2,000Add To Quote
7x9/16" Sharp PointMaster Box10,000Add To Quote

Wafer Head Framers

Designed specifically for metal framing, the Vector™ fastener drives through light-gauge metal with ease. Competitive tests compared the Vector™ screw against 9 other fasteners through two layers of 25-gauge metal—and the results were dramatic. The Vector™ screw performs eight times faster than IFI SAE J78 penetration standards—and 50% faster than the average time for other fasteners.

Gauge:                #7
Length:               9/16"
Head Type:          Wafer Head
Recess Type:       #2 Phillips
Thread Type:        Twin lead
Coating:              Gray phosphate
Point:                  Vector Point

Installation Guidelines:
Use a standard screwgun with a depth-sensitive nose piece. Suggested screwgun specification for optimal performance – 4 amps minimum and RPM range of 0 to 4,000.

  • The wafer head is fully seated when the head is flush with the work surface.
  • Overdriving my result in fastener failure or strip out.
  • The fastener must penetrate beyond the metal three full thread pitches.

All GRABBER® screw products are manufactured in facilities that are ISO 9002 and ISO 14001 certified and approved. The fasteners comply with ASTM C1513, as referenced in ICC ESR report ESR-1271, are approved for use in structures governed by the International Building Code 2006, 2009, 2012, International Residential Building Code 2006, 2009, and 2012.

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