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Metal Deck Framing Clip

CAMO’s new EdgeXMetal Clip provides a revolutionary way to fasten any grooved deck board on metal substructure.

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CAMO’s new EdgeXMetal Clip provides a revolutionary way to fasten any grooved deck board on metal substructure.
The new one-pass fasteners use the same technology as CAMO EdgeX Clips for wood framing. The wings of the clip fit into the groove of the board, securing it before fastening, and the 304 stainless steel gusset holds the boards down. The key difference between the two clips is EdgeXMetal features a drill point screw that engages in less than two seconds, rather than a self-tapping screw for wood.
The clips are a direct response to slow, expensive hidden fasteners for decks built on metal framing, as well as wood’s rising prices. They are launching at a time when contractors are exploring metal framing options due to the current shortage of treated lumber.
Available in 90-ct. and 450-ct. pails, the clips reportedly work with top manufacturers’ deck boards at any angle on 14–18GA metal framing.
 
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