- Spax Screws
Spax screws smack down the competition thanks to their high quality build, innovative engineering and adaptability. In this special Spax screws category, you’ll find universal screws for any task and specialised screws for more specific jobs. You can also pick up Spax assorter kits to get a selection of screws at once!
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About Spax Screws
Spax takes its name from the Spax screw, first developed in 1967 by legendary German screw makers Altenloh, Brink and Co. The original Spax screw was the first universal screw of its kind, and became a must have part for DIY enthusiasts and craftspeople across the globe.
Not happy with their domination of the screw market for over fifty years, Spax have continued to innovate and develop new fasters for their customers. As a result of Spax’s dedication to their craft, our trusted retailers can offer you a range of Spax screws that’s bigger and better than ever!
Spax screws for every occasion!
While Spax (literally!) made their name with their universal screw, they’ve gone on to produce a variety of specialised screws for every material and need you could think of. We’ll start off with the eponymous universal Spax screws. With a distinctive six pointed screw head that ensures a secure fit for your drill bit and ground serrations that quickly bore through wood and metal, these strong screws require no pre-drilling and are suitable for all applications.
The universal Sax screw is a fine choice for most DIY applications, and is always handy to have around in an emergency or a quick fix. But if you need screws that are sure to work for your material and job, you can choose from a selection of specialised Spax screws in this category as well.
Among the more specialised types of Spax Screws are wood screws that have a smaller thread that reduces the screw’s torque and prevents soft timber like pine and yew from splitting. Others in the specialist category include deeply threaded screws for fastening fixtures to plastic profiles, flooring screws whose design minimises the creaking of floor boards and more!
You can also get stainless steel versions of the universal Spax screw. This rust-free, corrosion resistant variant is perfect for building sheds with, putting together garden tables or any other furniture that is exposed to the elements.
Spax assorter kits
With so many fantastic Spax screws to pick up, it can be hard to choose between them. The simple solution is to choose a Spax assorter kit! A Spax assorter kit comes with a box of different Spax screws that give you a starting point to pursue any project.
Not only that, but many Spax assorter kits you can shop at OnBuy come with additional accessories that help you get the job done. Accessories you can find in these assorter kits include drill bit heads for manual screwdrivers, plus electric drills and pneumatic wrenches as well.