Rothoblaas KKF Screws

Rothoblaas KKF Wood Screws in Stainless Steel are premium screws specifically ideal for timber facades, timber facia, timber decks in hardwood and softwoods. They come with a specially formed cylinder head that compresses the fibres when inserted, leaving a perfect aesthetic finish. Overall with a torx drive, they come available diameters in 4.0mm, 4.5mm, 5.0mm and 6.0mm and lengths up to 200mm long. They are also made from hardened stainless steel, which is 60% stronger than A2 stainless steel. KKF AISI410 wood screws: an equally durable and attractive finishing for your outdoor environments.

Size (Diameter x Length)Box QuantityUPC
4.0mm x 30mm1008033564766770
4.0mm x 35mm100 8033564765780
4.0mm x 40mm1008033564766794
4.0mm x 45mm1008033564766800
4.0mm x 50mm2008033564766817
4.5mm x 20mm1008053626557610
4.5mm x 25mm100
4.5mm x 30mm1008053626557634
4.5mm x 45mm1008033564766831
4.5mm x 50mm1008033564766848
5.0mm x 40mm1008033874236697
5.0mm x 50mm2008033564762895
5.0mm x 60mm2008033564762901
5.0mm x 70mm1008033564762918
6.0mm x 80mm1008033564766916
6.0mm x 100mm1008033564766930
6.0mm x 120mm1008033564766947
6.0mm x 140mm100
6.0mm x 160mm100
6.0mm x 180mm100
6.0mm x 200mm100

Product Data Sheet



  • The flat under-head accompanies absorption of the shavings, altogether preventing the wood from cracking whilst screwing, ensuring excellent surface finish.
  • The asymmetric ‘umbrella’ thread also has an increased length of 60%, ensuring great grip.
  • Fine thread ensures utmost precision when tightening is complete.
  • KKF is also ideal for fastening standard Rothoblaas Terralock PP Clips in outdoor environments.
  • AISI410 stainless steel also has an excellent balance between mechanical and corrosion resistance.
  • It can also be used without pre-drilling on wooden boards with a maximum density of 780 kg/m3 and with pre-drilling on WPC boards. Additionally, they are suitable for service classes 1, 2 and 3.

If you would like more information on Rothoblaas KKF Screws, then please contact the Swiftfix team.

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