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Hitachi
Subfloor
 
Changing out bits every 1,000 screws or less was common in the subfloor business and workers had to exert much more energy to get the final life out of their bits. Because it required much more effort and broke up their screwing rhythm many screws would not seat properly. The workers had to go back and rather than screwing them in they would just hammer them down destroying their holding power, thus leading to squeaking floors.
Hitachi introduced the LOX Technology in their line of subfloor screws and their customers couldn’t be happier. The bits last 8-12 times longer than square drive bits and they require less effort from the workers so each screw seats down tight and it doesn’t break their stride.
Contact Hitachi: 800.829.4752
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