Simpson Strong-Tie EB-TY Hidden Deck Fastener
An inventive way to build your family's outdoor space with a fastener-free deck surface, the EB-TY fastener from Simpson Strong-Tie conceals the hidden deck fasteners onto the sides of the deck boards. Made from long-lasting polypropylene and fastened down with a corrosion-resistant stainless steel screw, the EB-TY biscuit fastener inserts perfectly into the pre-grooved or slot cut openings in the sides of the deck boards for a hardware and screw-free appearance that is safe for barefeet and snow shovels without worry. Make your deck work for you no matter the deck board material you love with the long-term performance of the EB-TY Deck Fastener by Simpson Strong-Tie. Choose between the impressive corrosion resistance of Grade 305 stainless steel screws or the near-indestructible Grade 316 stainless steel screws perfect for coastal and saltwater applications.Use the 3/16 inch deck board spacing with thicker kiln-dried decking.
Simpson Strong-Tie EB-TY Deck Fasteners will include the biscuit fasteners, plugs for starter and end deck boards, and all installation hardware.
EB-TY Hidden Deck Fasteners are available in packs of 100 to cover approximately 50 square feet, a pack of 175 to cover approximately 100 square feet, and a pack of 275 to cover approximately 160 square feet.
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EB-TY Product Details (234 KB)
|Screw Length||1-5/8 in and 2-1/4 in|
|Decking Compatibility||Use 3/16 in spacing for thicker kiln-dried decking|
|Material Type||Polypropylene connector with 305 or 316 stainless steel screws|
|Pack Size||100 pack, 175 pack, and 275 pack|
|Coverage Estimate||The 175 pack covers approximately 100 sq ft (assumes 6 in wide boards installed perpendicular with joists 16 in on center)|
|Package Contents||100 pack: (100) EB-TY Fasteners, (6) plugs, hardware |
175 pack: (175) EB-TY fasteners, (12) plugs, hardware
275 pack: (275) EB-TY Fasteners, (20) plugs, hardware
|Warranty||View Simpson Warranty Information|
|Other||Can use color matching screws for starter board instead of Ipe plugs|