Coach Screws

Coach screws are available in a variety of sizes at competitive prices. Also known as lag screws or lag bolts, they are hexagon head heavy duty wood screws that have a hexagonal head allowing them to withstand much higher insertion torque. With a cylindrical shaft that carries a coarse thread that tapers to a point. Commonly used in the construction industries and are designed for heavy-duty fixing, including timber to timber or metal to timber.

Available from Fusion Fixings in A2 stainless steel, A4 stainless steel, and steel with a bright zinc plating (BZP).

What are coach screws?

Hex head coach screws are a heavy-duty type of fastener used primarily for wood. With a hexagonal head that allows much higher insertion torque.  Hex headed with a cylindrical, part-threaded shaft that tappers to a point. A thick thread for ease of insertion into wood.

What are coach screws used for?

A versatile screw and widely used, the coach screw is primarily used with wood and is seen as a heavy-duty wood screw. Often used with the construction industry to join heavy duty timber to timber and metal to timber.

What are coach screws made from?

Here at Fusion Fixings the hex head coach screws are manufactured from A2 stainless steel, A4 stainless steel, and steel with a bright zinc plating (BZP). All offer certain levels of corrosion resistance with the A4 stainless steel varieties offering the most robust corrosion resistance.