Tomorrow’s Innovations Today!
The strength of sheetrock
relies on maintaining the
Three-Point Bond
of the components shown:
Sheetrock Structure
A - Face...
Typical Installation Problems
Nails:
Driving the nail too
deeply fractures the
gypsum and cuts
through the face paper.
Typical Installation Problems (Cont’d)
Screws:
the face paper is cut
due to driving the screw
too deeply or is torn
from f...
Typical Installation Problems (Cont’d)
Sharp edges on
rotating screws can
result in lacerated
fingers, resulting in
lost t...
Solution To Installation Problems
The shoulder on the Pre-Set limits nails & screws to a
constant depth, thereby limiting ...
The Pre-Set Device
• Material:
Polycarbonate
• Properties:
• High impact strength
• Temperature range –
40F to 212F
• Good...
Color-Coding
Pre-Sets are color
coded to make size
recognition immediate.
Pre-Set Nails
• Friction between the Pre-Set and the face paper draws
the paper down in a smooth arc, maintaining the
pape...
Pre-Set Screws
• Face paper is not damaged by overdriving because of
positive stop provided by Pre-Set.
• No cut fingers b...
Finishing
Pre-Sets provide a
1/16” recess of the
screw or nail head
below the surface of
the sheetrock to
ensure an adequa...
Temporary Positioning of Sheetrock
• Sheetrock may be
positioned using the
Pre-Set but not driving it
home.
• As such, it ...
Changing the Industry Standard
• Hand installation of nails and screws is time-
consuming, therefore expensive.
• Pre-Sets...
Pre-Set’s For Vinyl Siding Applications
Nail Gun Application
Simple modification
of current nail gun
design permits easy
adaptation to Pre-
Set technology.
Modified To Pre-Set Pneumatic Gun To
Include Stud-Finder & Laser Level
Pneumatic Cartridge Option
Time Considerations
• If a plain screw misses
the stud, the screw will
still advance through
the sheetrock.
• A Pre-Set sc...
Pre-Set Screw Specifications
Pre-Set Nail Specifications
Summary
• A Perfect Fit For Screw-Nail Fasteners
• Maintain 3-point bond of sheetrock
• Screw & nail heads all recessed 1/...
Specifications - BX
Specifications - CF
Specifications - DG
Specifications - SR
Specifications – Screw-Nail
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INNOVATED PRE-SET POWER POINT DRYWALL FASTENERS SHOW

Pre-Set Fasteners are changing the way Drywall is secured. We are keeping up with the changing properties of the wallboard industry. Times are changing and so are we with Our Brand New Innovative Fasteners to help eliminate failure of securing Drywall to it's member
Published on: Mar 4, 2016
Published in: Devices & Hardware      
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Transcripts - INNOVATED PRE-SET POWER POINT DRYWALL FASTENERS SHOW

  • 1. Tomorrow’s Innovations Today!
  • 2. The strength of sheetrock relies on maintaining the Three-Point Bond of the components shown: Sheetrock Structure A - Face paper B - Gypsum C - Back Paper Conventional Installation methods can’t accomplish this. A. Face Paper B. Gypsum C. Back Paper
  • 3. Typical Installation Problems Nails: Driving the nail too deeply fractures the gypsum and cuts through the face paper.
  • 4. Typical Installation Problems (Cont’d) Screws: the face paper is cut due to driving the screw too deeply or is torn from friction between the paper and the rotating screw head.
  • 5. Typical Installation Problems (Cont’d) Sharp edges on rotating screws can result in lacerated fingers, resulting in lost time.
  • 6. Solution To Installation Problems The shoulder on the Pre-Set limits nails & screws to a constant depth, thereby limiting fracture of gypsum and avoiding cut face paper. A Small Innovation With Huge Implications
  • 7. The Pre-Set Device • Material: Polycarbonate • Properties: • High impact strength • Temperature range – 40F to 212F • Good dielectric strength • Inexpensive
  • 8. Color-Coding Pre-Sets are color coded to make size recognition immediate.
  • 9. Pre-Set Nails • Friction between the Pre-Set and the face paper draws the paper down in a smooth arc, maintaining the paper’s structural integrity. • Pre-Set minimizes fracture of gypsum.
  • 10. Pre-Set Screws • Face paper is not damaged by overdriving because of positive stop provided by Pre-Set. • No cut fingers because Pre-Set is stationary while screw is rotating.
  • 11. Finishing Pre-Sets provide a 1/16” recess of the screw or nail head below the surface of the sheetrock to ensure an adequate depression to receive joint compound. 1/16”
  • 12. Temporary Positioning of Sheetrock • Sheetrock may be positioned using the Pre-Set but not driving it home. • As such, it allows the choice of relocating the piece or driving the screw to depth.
  • 13. Changing the Industry Standard • Hand installation of nails and screws is time- consuming, therefore expensive. • Pre-Sets provide a bridge to the future of sheetrock installation by enabling the use of pneumatic nailers.
  • 14. Pre-Set’s For Vinyl Siding Applications
  • 15. Nail Gun Application Simple modification of current nail gun design permits easy adaptation to Pre- Set technology.
  • 16. Modified To Pre-Set Pneumatic Gun To Include Stud-Finder & Laser Level
  • 17. Pneumatic Cartridge Option
  • 18. Time Considerations • If a plain screw misses the stud, the screw will still advance through the sheetrock. • A Pre-Set screw will stop advancing when the shoulder contacts the sheetrock. • Driving a nail (3 strokes) • Driving a screw • Nail gun 4 Seconds 4 Seconds 1 Second (Nail & screw times include accessing them from a pouch or apron.)
  • 19. Pre-Set Screw Specifications
  • 20. Pre-Set Nail Specifications
  • 21. Summary • A Perfect Fit For Screw-Nail Fasteners • Maintain 3-point bond of sheetrock • Screw & nail heads all recessed 1/16” • Provide most uniform contact with studs • Greater load bearing capacity • Fastest installation • Lowest labor cost Advantage of Pre-Sets over conventional nails & screws:
  • 22. Specifications - BX
  • 23. Specifications - CF
  • 24. Specifications - DG
  • 25. Specifications - SR
  • 26. Specifications – Screw-Nail

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