Point Types

RUIFENG has a variety of nail points available. 

 

  • Diamond point

The diamond point is a type of nail tip characterized by its diamond-shaped tip. This design provides excellent penetration and holding power, making it well-suited for use in hardwoods and dense materials. The sharp edges of the diamond point allow for easier driving into the material and help prevent the nail from bending during installation. Diamond point nails are often used in applications where superior holding strength is required, such as in heavy construction, framing, and woodworking projects.

  • Long point

The long point nail has an extended, sharp tip designed for easy penetration of thick or hard materials, making it ideal for heavy-duty construction and carpentry. Its extended length allows it to pierce dense materials effectively, providing a strong grip and reducing the risk of bending during installation. This design also minimizes splitting in dense or brittle woods, ensuring a secure and stable fastening without causing damage.

  • Medium Point
Nails with a medium point have a standard point length, making them versatile for general-purpose applications across various materials. They strike a balance between penetration and resistance to splitting.
  • Short point

Short point nails, with their reduced point length, are ideal for delicate or thin materials where splitting is a concern. Their shorter point minimizes the risk of damage during installation, making them well-suited for softwoods, thin boards, and fragile materials. The reduced length allows for controlled penetration, preventing the nail from protruding through the opposite side and ensuring a clean, professional finish.

  • beveled point

The beveled point is a type of nail point characterized by a sloping or angled edge. This design helps reduce splitting and allows for easier driving into the material. Beveled point nails are often used in applications where splitting is a concern, such as when working with delicate trim or finish work. The sloping edge of the beveled point enables the nail to penetrate the material with reduced resistance, minimizing the risk of the wood fibers splitting apart during installation. This makes beveled point nails particularly suitable for fastening tasks involving softwoods, thin boards, and other materials prone to splitting.

  • Clinch point

Clinch point nails are nails that have a specially designed point that is meant to be bent over after the nail is driven in. This bending of the point secures the nail in place, providing additional holding power. Clinch point nails are commonly used in applications where extra strength and resistance to withdrawal are required, such as in framing and heavy-duty construction.

 

 

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