Classification of nails
1.Ordinary round nails: for nailing wood.
2. Nail shooting: machine nails, wood nails (closely arranged like staples, but straight).
3. Floor setting: dedicated for floor.
4. Threaded nails: there are rifle-shaped threads on the surface, but they are not screwed in components, but hammered in, mainly used for packaging boxes and other large wooden structures
5. Collar nails: Mainly used for the surface of fiberboard and gypsum board.
6. Concrete steel nails are used to connect concrete walls, ground and surface materials.
7. Nail shooting: use bullets as power to shoot into concrete walls, or even into cast iron with nails
8. Bubble nails: Decorative nails are used to fasten soft bags, such as sofas, and do drum nails.
9, stapler nail
10. Saddle stitch: (similar to stapler staple) for corrugated cardboard boxes
11. Riding stitch nails: nails for wood and ships
12. Nail: (one end is straight, the other end is 90 degree bent, but both ends are pointed) nails for wooden boats
13. Shoe spikes: the cross section is square