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Tremont Steel Cut Nails

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  1. Boat Nail
    Boat Nail

    Boat Nails are widely used for wooden boat construction and face-nailing floors.

    Use the Hot-Dip Galvanized nails only for this application Standard Finish Boat Nails are often used for face-nailing floors. Available in Standard Finish and Hot-Dip Galvanized. 

    All our nails are made on original 19th century and early 20th century nail machines, this may lead to variation in head shape and slight differences in nail length.

    As low as $10.77
  2. Common Nail
    Common Nail

    Common Nails are popular for framing, roughing in, and face-nailing floors.

    Also used for cabinet work, interior and exterior siding, furniture repair, batten doors, and paneling. We highly recommend hot-dip galvanized for exterior applications. Available in Standard Finish, Hot-Dip Galvanized, and in select sizes, Black Oxide Finish. 

    All our nails are made on original 19th century and early 20th century nail machines, this may lead to variation in head shape and slight differences in nail length. Tremont Nails are proudly manufactured and packaged in Mansfield Massachusetts. 

    Cut nails posses great durability. They are hard to pull out because the shape causes the wood fibers to push downward and wedge against the nails, greatly strengthening the holding power. Once you have used them you will prefer to use them for all of you projects. 

    As low as $9.20
  3. Common Rosehead Nail
    Common Rosehead Nail

    Common Rose-Head Nails are popular for framing, roughing in, and face-nailing floors.

    Also used for cabinet work, interior and exterior siding, furniture repair, batten doors, and paneling. We highly recommend hot-dip galvanized for exterior applications. Available in Standard Finish and Hot-Dip Galvanized. 

    All our nails are made on original 19th century and early 20th century nail machines, this may lead to variation in head shape and slight differences in nail length. Tremont Nails are proudly manufactured and packaged in Mansfield Massachusetts. 

    Cut nails posses great durability. They are hard to pull out because the shape causes the wood fibers to push downward and wedge against the nails, greatly strengthening the holding power. Once you have used them you will prefer to use them for all of you projects. 

    As low as $12.26
  4. Common Siding Nail
    Common Siding Nail

    Common Siding Nails are used in wood fences and applying siding over sheathing.

    Although very similar to our Common Nail, Common Siding are made from a low-carbon steel. Hot-Dip Galvanized nails are recommended for exterior applications. Available in Standard Finish and Hot-Dip Galvanized.

    All our nails are made on original 19th century and early 20th century nail machines, this may lead to variation in head shape and slight differences in nail length.

    Cut nails posses great durability. They are hard to pull out because the shape causes the wood fibers to push downward and wedge against the nails, greatly strengthening the holding power. Once you have used them you will prefer to use them for all of you projects. 

    As low as $14.38
  5. Fire Door Clinch
    Fire Door Clinch

    Fire Door Clinch Nails are used in the fabrication of laminated doors.

    Also used in clapboard siding, face-nailing wide board flooring and wood fencing. Available in Standard Finish, Hot-Dip Galvanized, and Black Oxide Finish.

    All our nails are made on original 19th century and early 20th century nail machines, this may lead to variation in head shape and slight differences in nail length.

    As low as $12.74
  6. Fine Finish Nail
    Fine Finish Nail

    Fine Finish nails are popular where a slim brad-head nail is appropriate.

    Often used in furniture repair, cabinet work, batten doors, paneling, and countertops. Available in Standard Finish only. 

    All our nails are made on original 19th century and early 20th century nail machines, this may lead to variation in head shape and slight differences in nail length. Tremont Nails are proudly manufactured and packaged in Mansfield Massachusetts. 

    Cut nails posses great durability. They are hard to pull out because the shape causes the wood fibers to push downward and wedge against the nails, greatly strengthening the holding power. Once you have used them you will prefer to use them for all of you projects. 

    As low as $13.42
  7. Headless Brad
    Headless Brad

    The Headless Brad is used in applications where a slender nail will minimize splits.

    Often used for furniture repair, cabinet work, picture framing, and casement work. Headless Brads are only available in Standard Finish.

    All our nails are made on original 19th century and early 20th century nail machines, this may lead to variation in head shape and slight differences in nail length. Tremont nails are proudly manufactured and packaged in Mansfield Massachusetts.

    Cut nails posses great durability. They are hard to pull out because the shape causes the wood fibers to push downward and wedge against the nails, greatly strengthening the holding power. Once you have used them you will prefer to use them for all of you projects.

    As low as $24.26
  8. Flooring Nail
    Flooring Nail

    Flooring Nails are recommended for laying tongue and groove hardwood flooring.

    Do not use this nail for face-nailing softwood flooring because the head is too small. Available Hardened in Standard Finish or Hot-Dip Galvanized.

    All our nails are made on original 19th century and early 20th century nail machines, this may lead to variation in head shape and slight differences in nail length. Tremont nails are proudly manufactured and packaged in Mansfield Massachusetts. 

    Blind Nailing

    Nailing at a 45 degree angle from the butt-end of the board, which may be flat-surface, ship-lap, or tongue-and-groove. Nails used in this fashion usually have small heads and are not visible when the installation is completed. Also called toe-nailing, the sole purpose of nailing in this manner is functional rather then aesthetic. 

    Determine the nail spacing requirements for your hardwood flooring, based on the width of the floorboards. Boards 2 to 2 3/4 inches wide need one nail every 8 to 10 inches. Boards 3 to 3 3/4 inches wide require a nail every 6 to 8 inches. Boards 4 to 7 inches wide need one nail every 6 inches

    Cut nails posses great durability. They are hard to pull out because the shape causes the wood fibers to push downward and wedge against the nails, greatly strengthening the holding power. Once you have used them you will prefer to use them for all of you projects.

    As low as $10.02
  9. Sheathing Nails
    Sheathing Nails

    Sheathing Nails are used for attaching sheathing to wood studs.

    Also used for face-nailing thick board flooring, similar to Cut Spikes but with flat heads. Available in Standard Finish only. 

    All our nails are made on original 19th century and early 20th century nail machines, this may lead to variation in head shape and slight differences in nail length. Tremont Nails are proudly manufactured and packaged in Mansfield Massachusetts. 

    Cut nails posses great durability. They are hard to pull out because the shape causes the wood fibers to push downward and wedge against the nails, greatly strengthening the holding power. Once you have used them you will prefer to use them for all of you projects. 

    As low as $11.58
  10. Cut Spikes
    Cut Spikes

    Cut Spikes are used for heavy construction work.

    They drive well through planking and heavy timber for deck and bridge work.

    They are made on our oldest nail machine (circa 1865) by heating the steel plate to a reddish hue and feeding it by hand into the massive machine. Spikes are cut at a rate of 40 per minute. Available Hardened in Standard Finish or Hot-Dip Galvanized.

    All our nails are made on original 19th century and early 20th century nail machines, this may lead to variation in head shape and slight differences in nail length. Tremont nails are proudly manufactured and packaged in Mansfield Massachusetts. 

    Cut nails posses great durability. They are hard to pull out because the shape causes the wood fibers to push downward and wedge against the nails, greatly strengthening the holding power. Once you have used them you will prefer to use them for all of you projects.

    As low as $12.95
  11. Cut Slating Nail
    Cut Slating Nail

    Slating Nails are used to fasten slate roofing and has a larger head than most cut nails.

    Can be used in any application where a larger head is desired. Available in Standard Finish only.

    All our nails are made on original 19th century and early 20th century nail machines, this may lead to variation in head shape and slight differences in nail length. All of our nails are proudly manufactured and packaged in Mansfield Massachusetts. 

    Cut nails posses great durability. They are hard to pull out because the shape causes the wood fibers to push downward and wedge against the nails, greatly strengthening the holding power. Once you have used them you will prefer to use them for all of you projects. 

    As low as $10.02
  12. Clinch Rose-Head Nail
    Clinch Rose-Head Nail

    Clinch Rose-Head Nails have a button head and are malleable enough to be clinched.

    Often used for furniture repair, cabinet work, interior walls, face-nailing wide board flooring, batten door construction, paneling, and for countertops. Available in Standard Finish, Hot-Dip Galvanized, and in select sizes, Black Oxide Finish. 

    All our nails are made on original 19th century and early 20th century nail machines, this may lead to variation in head shape and slight differences in nail length. Tremont Nails are proudly manufactured and packaged in Mansfield Massachusetts. 

    Cut nails posses great durability. They are hard to pull out because the shape causes the wood fibers to push downward and wedge against the nails, greatly strengthening the holding power. Once you have used them you will prefer to use them for all of you projects. 

    As low as $11.04
  13. Masonry Nail
    Masonry Nail

    Masonry Nails are hardened for nailing into masonry.

    Heat-treating cut nails and are ideal for nailing furring strips to cinder block, mortar joints, new concrete, and other brick walls.

    Also used for face-nailing hardwood flooring. Available Hardened in Standard Finish only. Masonry Nails are available to buy in large quantities and ship worldwide. If 50lb boxes are not enough call our office for a quote.

    All our nails are made on original 19th century and early 20th century nail machines, this may lead to variation in head shape and slight differences in nail length. Tremont Nails are proudly manufactured and packaged in Mansfield Massachusetts. 

    Cut nails posses great durability. They are hard to pull out because the shape causes the wood fibers to push downward and wedge against the nails, greatly strengthening the holding power. Once you have used them you will prefer to use them for all of you projects. 

    As low as $8.84
  14. Hinge Nail
    Hinge Nail

    Hinge Nails are ideal for fastening antique hinges and for face-nailing floors.

    The head style is similar to a Boat Nail but Hinge Nails are made from a slightly lighter gauge of steel providing more nails per pound. Available in Standard Finish only. 

    All our nails are made on original 19th century and early 20th century nail machines, this may lead to variation in head shape and slight differences in nail length.

    As low as $13.31
  15. Shingle Nail
    Shingle Nail

    Shingle Nails have blunt points to reduce wood splits.

    Available in Standard Finish and Hot-Dip Galvanized. 

    All our nails are made on original 19th century and early 20th century nail machines, this may lead to variation in head shape and slight differences in nail length. All of our nails are proudly manufactured and packaged in Mansfield Massachusetts. 

    Cut nails posses great durability. They are hard to pull out because the shape causes the wood fibers to push downward and wedge against the nails, greatly strengthening the holding power. Once you have used them you will prefer to use them for all of you projects. 

    As low as $15.60
  16. Clout Nail
    Clout Nail

    Clout Nails are similar in design to Shingle Nails but made from lighter gauge steel. Useful for box and crate construction and for the application of thin siding and paneling. Clout Nail are also used in furniture repair, cabinet work, batten doors, and countertops. Available in Standard Finish only. All our nails are made on original 19th century and early 20th century nail machines, this may lead to variation in head shape and slight differences in nail length. All of our nails are proudly manufactured and packaged in Mansfield Massachusetts. 

    Cut nails posses great durability. They are hard to pull out because the shape causes the wood fibers to push downward and wedge against the nails, greatly strengthening the holding power. Once you have used them you will prefer to use them for all of you projects. 

    As low as $16.49
  17. Decorative Wrought Head
    Decorative Wrought Head

    This nail is designed to simulate the hand-forged nails of the 1700's.

    The black-oxide finish and the three sided head furthers the antique look of the nail. Ideal for authentic restoration and antique effect. Uses include rough sawn interior and exterior siding, face-nailing flooring, batten doors, paneling, countertops and cabinet work.

    Pleas note that the galvanized version is not finished in black oxide but has a shiny sliver finish. 

    As low as $16.15
  18. Box Nail
    Box Nail

    Box Nails are lighter than Common Cut Nails but are used for similar applications.

    Designed originally for the construction of wood boxes and crates, Box Nails are also used for nailing fences, siding, face nailing floors, framing, and roughing. Available in Standard Finish and Hot-Dip Galvanized. 

    All our nails are made on original 19th century and early 20th century nail machines, this may lead to variation in head shape and slight differences in nail length. All of our nails are proudly manufactured and packaged in Mansfield Massachusetts. 

     

    As low as $12.26
  19. Foundry Nail
    Foundry Nail

    Foundry Nail or Tie Keys are used in foundry casting and concrete forms.

    All our nails are made on original 19th century and early 20th century nail machines, this may lead to variation in head shape and slight differences in nail length. Our Foundry Nails are available in five lengths and standard finish. All of our nails are proudly manufactured and packaged in Mansfield Massachusetts. 

    Cut nails posses great durability. They are hard to pull out because the shape causes the wood fibers to push downward and wedge against the nails, greatly strengthening the holding power. Once you have used them you will prefer to use them for all of you projects.

    As low as $9.62
  20. Glasgow Boat Nail
    Glasgow Boat Nail

    The Glasgow Boat Nail is a reproduction of a boat nail that used to be made by Mustadfors Bruk in Västra Götaland, Sweden. Used throughout Scandinavia for traditional boat building and restoration projects, also called an Oakwood Nail, Ekspik, or Timmerspik. Boat Nails have a long-tapered shank and a slightly rounded head. The original Swedish nails were made from square wire, these nails are sheered from sheets of steel. All of our Boat nails are hot-dipped galvanized for rust protection. Glasgow Steel Nails were originally produced in Scotland until being purchased in 2013 by Tremont Nail Company. Please note that Glasgow Steel Nails are now sold by pound. Larger quantities and self-color by request only, please contact our sales team for prices and lead times.

     

     

    Size In MMs Approximate Nails Per Pound
    50 x 5 x 4 309
    65 x 5 x 4 269
    75 x 6 x 5 121
    100 x 8 x 6 75
    125 x 10 x 8 44
    150 x 10 x 8 31
    175 x 10 x 8 26
    200 x 10 x 8 22

     

    As low as $11.32
  21. Glasgow Cut Floor Brad
    Glasgow Cut Floor Brad

    The Glasgow Cut Floor Brad is traditionally used in the UK and Ireland for tongue and grooved floors. The head can easily be punched through the surface of the wood for a tight grip and the design of the nail prevents the wood from splitting. Glasgow Steel Nails were originally produced in Scotland until being purchased in 2013 by Tremont Nail Company. Please note that Glasgow Steel Nails are now sold by pound. Larger quantities by request only, please contact our sales team for prices and lead times.

     

     

    Size in MM Brads per Pound
    50 x 2.6 456
    60 x 3 337
    65 x 3.2 287
    75 x 3.2 251
    100 x 4 146
    As low as $9.12
  22. Glasgow Furniture Brad
    Glasgow Furniture Brad

    The Glasgow Furniture Brad is designed for use in antique furniture repair.

    Often the antique furniture market attempts to use original brads removed from pieces of furniture that are beyond repair. Since these brads are manufactured in the same way as the original, authenticity is maintained and time spent looking for old nails is saved. There are approximately 3500 brads per pound.

    Glasgow Steel Nails were originally produced in Scotland until being purchased in 2013 by Tremont Nail Company. Please note that Glasgow Steel Nails are now sold by pound. Larger quantities by request only, please contact our sales team for prices and lead times.

    $71.65
  23. Glasgow Moulder's Brad
    Glasgow Moulder's Brad

    The Glasgow Moulder’s Brad is a headless nail for use when the holding power of a cut nail is required but no head. It is used in timber-to-timber fixings and also to fix timber to aerated concrete block. The nail is a traditional nail in Scandinavia where the it usually receives a color finish to match the color of items being fixed. Also, can be used for castings if a smaller fastener is required. Glasgow Steel Nails were originally produced in Scotland until being purchased in 2013 by Tremont Nail Company. Please note that Glasgow Steel Nails are now sold by pound.

     

     

    Size in MMs Approximate Brads per Kilogram
    50 x 2  1050
    60 x 2 790
    As low as $9.12
  24. Glasgow Rosehead Fine Shank
    Glasgow Rosehead Fine Shank

     The Rosehead Fine Shank is used in its self color form for restoration and conservation projects worldwide. It is distinguished by its rosehead and long taper down the shank. This nail is used in its hot-dipped galvanized form for boat building in Europe. Glasgow Steel Nails were originally produced in Scotland until being purchased in 2013 by Tremont Nail Company. Please note that Glasgow Steel Nails are now sold by pound. Larger quantities and hot-dipped galvanized by request only, please contact our sales team for prices and lead times.

     

    Size in MM Approximate Nails Per Pound
    50 x 3  496
    65 x 3 386
    75 x 3.2 298
    100 x 4 154
    As low as $9.12
  25. Glasgow Rosehead Flat Point
    Glasgow Rosehead Flat Point

    The Glasgow Flat Point Rosehead Nail is used for restoration projects worldwide and for boat building in the UK and Ireland. For boat building please choose galvanized for rust protection. Glasgow Steel Nails were originally produced in Scotland until being purchased in 2013 by Tremont Nail Company. Please note that Glasgow Steel Nails are now sold by pound.

     

    Size in MM Approximate Nails Per Pound
    50 x 5 247
    65 x 5 216
    75 x 6 106
    90 x 6 84
    100 x 6  75
    115 x 8 44
    125 x 8 40
    150 x 10 22
    175 x 10 20
    200 x 10 13

     

    As low as $9.12
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