Faster to install than standard Drive Screws:
Place the DriveTack on the magnetic tip of the Hand Drive or the Gripnail 211 low impact pneumatic tool which securely holds the fastener during application.
Align the nameplate and base material holes with the tapered position point which works like a drift pin.
A secure fastening is created when the DriveTack's helically knurled shank is impacted and cuts into the base material, creating its own threads.
The Singulator is an optional accessory for quick and easy installation of DriveTacks by individualizing them for quick loading onto the magnetic tip of a Hand Driver. (Featured Picture - Right)
Typical attachments include name plates, covers, and small assemblies.
A DriveTack will fasten into most solid material with the proper size hole. They are best suited for cast iron, steel, aluminum and hard plastic.
A standard DriveTack is manufactured from carbon steel adn are bright zinc plated. It will pass a minimum of 120 hour salt spray test in accordance with ASTM B117.
If the exact fastener for your application does not appear, call us to see if we might be able to make it for you. Many custom sized DriveTack fasteners have been produced with a variety of sizes, shank diameters and point lengths for specific applications. Special plating is available to meet particular corrosion or cosmetic requirements.