Pocket hole joinery is all about making strong joints that are fast and easy to produce with a hidden joint. They are produced using a jig and drilling a hole at an angle into one workpiece. This is then joined to a second workpiece with a hardened steel self-tapping screw.
SPEED – eliminates the need to pre-drill the mating workpiece.
STRENGTH – screw acts as an internal clamp and is stronger than a biscuit, dowel or tenon.
GRIP – constant clamping force combined with today’s glue technology makes for an incredibly strong wood-to-wood bond.
Material: Zinc plated steel screws made to DIN 1.1133
Thread Type: The coarse thread screw suits softwood such as MDF, melamine, plywood and pine.
Head Style: All UJK screws use Torx T20, chosen to provide the best grip possible. Washer Head style provides the largest amount of surface area to seat firmly in the bottom of the pocket, especially for plywood or pine and ensures that the screw is not overdriven.
Material thickness: Use 25mm screws to join 13mm to 19mm thick timber, 32mm screws to join 19mm, 38mm screws to join 22mm to 32mm, 50mm for 32mm to 35mm timber and 62mm long screws to join 38mm thick workpieces. Suitable for use with pocket hole jigs including Kreg®.
N.B. Please remember to always use a drill driver with fitted with a clutch, using the lowest clutch setting required to do the job