Wood Screw Sizes Explained

Wood Screw Sizes Explained

Wood Screw Size Chart. With thanks to Boltdepot.com. Screw No. Shank Diameter*, Root Diameter*, Maximum Head Diameter, Threads Per Inch. Nearest .
Screw Number, Max. Head Diameter, Shank Diameter, Root Diameter, Threads Per Inch. Basic Decimal Size, Nearest Fractional Equivelant, Average Decimal
Size, Major Thread Diameter*. Decimal, Nearest Fractional Measurement. #0 .060", 1/16". #1 .073", 5/64". #2 .086", 3/32". #3 .099", 7/64". #4 .112", 7/64". #5 .125 .
Standard Wood Screw Sizes and Predrilling Recommendations Wood Screw. Screw Size (Gauge). #2. #3. #4. #5. #6. #7. #8. #9. #10. #12. #14. #16. #18.
For example, an 8 gauge screw with 32 threads per inch and 1" in length would be written as: 8-32 X 1". However, most wood screws do not include the threads .
A wood screw is sized by two different numbers. First is the Gauge of the screw which refers to the diameter – the larger the number, the larger the diameter.
2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 12. 14. 6. 8. 10. Gauge. Head-Bore Size. Shank-Hole Size. Pilot-Hole. Size. Hardwood. Softwood. Available Lengths. Phillips-Head Point .

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