CAMO has added to their offering with a new clip for metal framing.
The CAMO EDGEXMETAL Clip offers a revolutionary way to fasten any grooved deck board on metal substructure, which installs easily by hand. Installation occurs up to five times faster with the Never-Miss Guide and award-winning CAMO DRIVE stand-up tool, both using the contractor’s drill.
EDGEXMETAL Clips are one-pass fasteners that use the same technology as the CAMO EDGEX Clips for wood framing. The wings of the clip fit into the groove of the board, securing it before fastening. The 304 Stainless Steel gusset holds the boards down.
The key difference between the two clips is the screw — EDGEXMETAL features a drill point screw that engages in less than two seconds, rather than a self-tapping screw for wood.
“Our CAMO innovation team tackles many issues faced by deck builders,” said W. Scott Baker, CEO, National Nail. “EDGEXMETAL Clips are a direct response to slow, expensive hidden fasteners for decks built on metal framing, as well as wood’s rising prices. The clips are also launching at a time when contractors are exploring steel and metal framing options given the current shortage of pressure treated lumber. ”
EDGEXMETAL Clips are incredibly versatile, working with top manufacturer’s deck boards at any angle on 14–18GA metal framing, including Fortress Evolution and Trex Elevations. The clips are available in 90ct and 450ct pails, which include T15 driver bits, and the Never-Miss Guide.
The components are backed by a CAMO warranty to match the longevity of the boards and substructure, when installed according to CAMO guidelines.
Using EDGEXMETAL with CAMO’s family of innovative products can speed deck installations on metal framing without damaging the boards. Lay rows of boards and EDGEXMETAL Clips down, lock them in place with two to four CAMO LEVER board bending and locking tools and fasten while standing up with DRIVE.
The finished result is a fastener-free deck surface secured by a clip that conceals the joist and provides a strong hold that’s going to last.