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UKFR - ROOFING AND INSULATION SPECIALISTS

Masonry & Concrete Screws

Whether you are fixing flat roofing materials into concrete, securing structures to concrete or need a temporary concrete fastening you can be sure to find a high performance fixing for your application in our selection of EJOT concrete screws. Browse our extensive range and ensure you have a long lasting secure fix.
 

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UKFR - ROOFING AND INSULATION SPECIALISTS

Masonry & Concrete Screws

Whether you are fixing flat roofing materials into concrete, securing structures to concrete or need a temporary concrete fastening you can be sure to find a high performance fixing for your application in our selection of EJOT concrete screws. Browse our extensive range and ensure you have a long lasting secure fix.
 

Shop All Masonry & Concrete Screws

 

 
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EJOT Concrete Screw JC2-KB

£47.40 inc. VAT

£39.50 ex. VAT

EJOT Concrete Screw JC2-KB Plus 8

£102.30 inc. VAT

£85.25 ex. VAT

EJOT Concrete Screw JC2-KB Plus 10

£169.80 inc. VAT

£141.50 ex. VAT

EJOT Concrete Screw JC2-KB Plus 14

£303.00 inc. VAT

£252.50 ex. VAT

EJOT Concrete Screw JC2-FR

£41.40 inc. VAT

£34.50 ex. VAT

EJOT JC2-ST Concrete Screw

£47.99 inc. VAT

£39.99 ex. VAT

EJOT JC2-IT M8/M10 Concrete Screw

£93.30 inc. VAT

£77.75 ex. VAT

EJOT Concrete Screw JC6-KB

£1044.60 inc. VAT

£870.50 ex. VAT

EJOT 4H Carbon Steel

£16.50 inc. VAT

£13.75 ex. VAT

EJOT Concrete Screw BS R 6.3

£65.40 inc. VAT

£54.50 ex. VAT

EJOT Concrete Screw FBS R 6.3

£10.80 inc. VAT

£9.00 ex. VAT

EJOT aerated Concrete Screw FPS E 8.0

£145.19 inc. VAT

£120.99 ex. VAT

Bi-Met Masonry Anchor

£101.10 inc. VAT

£84.25 ex. VAT

EJOT Concrete Screw JBS-R 7.5

£187.19 inc. VAT

£155.99 ex. VAT

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Masonry & Concrete Screws

Use a strong and versatile screw for your concrete and masonry.

At UKFR, we sell a wide range of concrete screws from reputable & trusted brand EJOT, and can be used for a variety of applications.

Browse our full range today.

Buy Self-Drilling Concrete Screws Online

We supply a wide range of screws for concrete and masonry applications, all with varying lengths and pilot holes. 

These are durable, heavy-duty and high-torx screws used mainly for brick and concrete applications, but can also be used in blockwork.

Compared to regular screws, masonry screws are significantly stronger and designed to withstand much higher loads. They are also quick and easy to install, requiring no wallplug at all; simply drill a hole, blow out the debris and fasten the screw in place to secure.

To ensure the best installation possible, make sure to check out the full range of fixings, including flat roofing fasteners, facade screw anchors, sleeve anchors, and more.

Which masonry screw do I need?

Concrete screws can be used for a variety of applications, however, they are best suited for different jobs

Self-Tapping Masonry Screws: As self-drilling screws, they create their own threads for a secure grip and hold, eliminating the need for drilling pilot holes. Used for a variety of concrete applications including battens, brackets, cable racks, facade scaffolds, roofing membranes, formworks, hand rails, pipe brackets, profile rails, steel sections, and as a temporary fastening used for shelves and cable racks.

Self-tapping masonry screws include: 


Concrete anchor bolts: These heavy-duty fasteners are used alongside a nut and washer to secure large structures to concrete masonry, providing a strong and long-lasting connection. They are typically used for facade scaffolds, temporary fastening, contact surfaces, cable racks, handrails, battens & formwork.

Anchor bolts include:


Flat roofing fasteners: These are used to secure roofing materials such as roofing membranes to concrete surfaces.

Flat roofing fasteners include:

  • FBS R 6.3: Length: 35-300mm, Pilot Hole: 5mm
  • FPS E 8.0 (for aerated concrete): Length: 100-240mm, Pilot Hole: 8mm
     

How to use Concrete Screws?

Concrete screws, also known as masonry or tapcon screws, are fairly easy to install but should be done so correctly and safely, wearing eye and ear protection before drilling.

  1. Determine the appropriate hole size and screw length
  2. Using a hammer drill, start drilling the hole until you reach the desired depth.
  3. Clean the hole with a brush or hoover to remove all concrete dust to ensure proper fastening.
  4. Position the fixture over the hole, ensuring the hole in the fixture is large enough for the screw to pass through.
  5. Using a drill (or hand tools such as a spanner or wrench),insert the concrete screw into the fixture and then into the hole, allowing it to tap threads into the base material.
  6. Avoid turning the screw too fast, as it may strip the base material and cause the screw to spin in the hole.

Why Buy From UKFR?

UKFR is a trusted supplier of concrete and masonry screws for bricks, serving happy and returning customers across the UK.

With over 50 years of experience in flat roofing and construction, we're confident you can find everything you'll need and more in our range so your project can go to plan. Get in touch with our team of experts today and we'll be here to help.

 

Frequently Asked Questions

Masonry screws, also known as concrete and tapcon screws, are durable heavy-duty screws for brick and concrete applications. They are stainless steel and designed to withstand very high loads.

Most concrete screws are self-tapping screws which are very easy to install. Simply drill a hole to your required depth, clean out the debris with compressed air or a hoover, line-up the fixture and fasten the screw in place to secure. 

Concrete screws vary in size and head type, including countersunk head, hex head & panhead.

The required screwdriver bit depends on the specification of your screws, however, as a general guideline, the drill bit should be slightly smaller than the diameter of the screw threads (typically 1mm smaller).

  • What size drill bit for 6mm concrete screws? Use a 5mm drill bit.
  • What size drill bit for 7.5mm concrete screws? Use a 6mm drill bit.
  • What size drill bit for 8mm concrete screws? Use a 6.5-7mm drill bit.
 

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