Flooring nail

Flooring nail

A steel nail with a mechanically deformed shank, often threaded helically, having a countersunk head and a blunt diamond point.
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flooring nail

flooring nail
A steel nail with a mechanically deformed shank, often helically threaded, having a countersunk or casing head and a blunt diamond point.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Architecture and Construction. Copyright © 2003 by McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Fellers masked the slab with oak flooring nailed to sleepers embedded in the slab at pouring.
The best-known brands are Primatech and Portanailer, which drive home the flooring nails into the base at the correct angle.
Oak planks can be fastened with flooring nails. Better are old-style hand-cut nails (leave the heads poking up).