We recommend 300 series stainless steel; N2000®; Quik Guard©; and Mechanically Galvanized, class 55 as materials/coatings that can, in appropriate environmental conditions, be used with the following pressure treated lumber: ACQ-C, ACQ-D, ACQ-D Carbonate, CBA-A, CA-B, SBX and CCA. Prior to deciding on a coating, always refer to www.strongtie.com/info for use recommendations and additional important information.
Quik Drive auto-feed systems offer the following benefits:
Quik Drive collated fasteners bring unique benefits to the job site, including:
Quik Drive manufactures tools and collated screws for applications including:
See a full list of our systems and their applications here.
Not really. Training can usually be done in less than a minute. As with any tool, there are good and bad operating methods and efficiency will increase with experience. Click to our Troubleshooting Guide to see the more common mistakes and speed your efficiency.
Just feed (or slide) in a new strip. Most of the rigid strips have a pointed end so there’s no doubt which way they go. There's nothing to loosen, tighten or adjust. Slide the strip into a short channel until you hear it click and continue driving.
Our drivers are built of hardened steel and engineered polymer. We have field tested several generations of our current basic design to deliver a trim, light weight tool durable enough for the job site.
The Makita® and Hitachi® screwguns included in our systems are chosen for their ability to meet the heavy demands of auto-feed driving. Each is built to the high standards maintained by these manufacturers and carries the manufacturers full warranty.
Quik Drive offers the widest variety of any collated screw system. Click to Fasteners to view the entire line.
Quik Drive sells through distributors. For a list of distributors near you please visit our online Dealer Locator, or contact our Sales Department at (800) 999-5099.
Additional bits can be purchased from your distributor. However, free bits come in each box of genuine Quik Drive screws. In general, we provide enough bits to drive a full box of screws. It is a good habit to install a fresh bit as soon as you open a new box of screws.