If you are using one of the collated drywall screw guns from Hilti, Milwaukee, DeWalt or Makita, you know they can save some serious time.  Now you can mount the tool on a pole tool for overhead use.  Check the video below and see if the SGP Screw Gun Pole would make your life a little easier.  Available in two different lengths.  Click here to learn more on the  SGP Screw Gun Poles for collated drywall screw guns.


Extension Pole For The DeWalt DeWALT® DCF620We now offer an extension to fit the DeWALT® DCF620. When couple that with the DCF6202 Magazine attachment, you can quickly screw off drywall overhead. The SGP screw gun extension pole tool comes in two lengths. The SGP-3 extends from 3′-6′ in 2″ increments. The SGP-4 extends from 4′-8′ in 2″ increments.

So you may think what is the advantage of a screw gun like the DeWalt DCF620 on an extension pole? After all, you have to go the ceiling to install the drywall. That is true, but consider a couple of points. First off, if you can have one crew tack up the panel, move along and then have a second crew on the floor screwing it off, you have cut your man hours on ladders, carts and lifts substantially. Holding a screw gun overhead generates a lot of fatigue especially in the shoulders and neck. With the SGP extension poles for your screw gun, you won’t be holding your screw gun overhead and then bracing with your other hand on the ceiling. With the screw gun on a pole tool you will also be further away from the work surface as well as any debris or dust that may result.

The drywall application is just one of the uses for the SGP extension poles for screw guns. One thing we have found with any of the specially extension poles we have offered is that our customers are very resourceful and find many uses that we have never thought of! While we don’t currently offer the DeWALT® DCF620 or the DCF6202, you can rind them easily online at Amazon or other retailers. The SGP screw gun pole has been tested to fit the following tools: Hilti® SD 5000-A22 w/ Magazine attachment, DeWALT® DCF620 w/ DCF6202 Magazine attachment, Milwaukee® M18 Fuel 2866-20 w/ Magazine attachment 49-20-0001, Makita° XSF03 w/ Magazine attachment 01519.  Visit our online store, to shop for the SGP Screw Gun Poles.
Screw Gun Pole Tool. Extension Poles


If you are looking for extra long self drilling screws, often called TEK screws, you know that after about a 2″ length they can be hard to find.  Most big box stores will handle some of the smaller sizes but some applications will call for a longer screw.  For instance, you may be fastening foam to steel or you are going through a void before you hit the steel you need to attach to.  Whatever the case, sometimes you simply need a longer length self driller.  We stock #14 self drillers or TEKS in lengths up to 8″.  Usually with the longer screws you will only find them in #14 diameter.  The drill point is a #3 which has a drill drill capacity .060 – .220.  Correct socket size for the # 14 self driller is 3/8″.    If you are going to thicker steel, say 3/16″ or more you would need a screw with a #5 point.  From time to time we get stock of 10″ screws when we do a mill run.  We have a few customers that buy pallets at a time and so when they order, we add a few cases for our stock but when they sell out, we need to wait for the next big order.  There are a lot of self driller screws online to choose from.  We are proud to offer a top quality self driller you can rely on.  We don’t just sell them online, we sell them face to face to our contractors.  Rest assured, if they don’t like the quality, we will here about it!  We have been supplying these screws for decades.    On our site you will find the longer hex self drill screws set up in packages of 100 or 50 depending on the lengths.  If you have a need for larger quantities, feel free to email us for case or pallet pricing.  Shop our extra long self drillers here.


Tamper resistant security srews for faceplates, wall jacks, outlets, switch plates and more. There are a few common types of tamper resistant screws in use.  Most common is the torx security type which is a torx drive with a pin in the middle.  Usually a faceplate screw is a 6-32 thread and if you are using a flat torx security screw, you would likely use the #T-10 with the recess for the pin.  Another very common tamper proof screw is the spanner or snake eyes.

Construction Fastening Systems, Inc.

Specialty tools & fasteners for the trades.
952.230.7725Toll Free 1.877.212.2377

Serving the entire U.S.

Based In Twin Cities, MN

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