Bryce Fastener’s hardened alloy steel concrete security screws are meant to be used in a pre-drilled 3/16 hole. They effectively secure assets in block, brick, masonry and concrete. BryKote™ Coating is added to these security fasteners for corrosion protection. Our concrete security fasteners are manufactured with oversized Raptor™ Security Heads. This permits the extreme torque required to drive the fastener and provides a better hold. There are simply no better concrete security screws than Bryce.
Applications for these specialty security screws include: protecting repossessed properties, security fencing, security doors, security protection for vacated properties affected by hurricanes, and anything else you might need them for.
Concrete screws, the kind that tap into brick, block, and concrete, are hard to make. The American manufacturer who first created this product (brand name Tapcon®), did so using their own trade secrets. Back in 2014, we were driven when asked to make a concrete security screw using our proprietary Key-Rex drive. Something like this had never been done before. Of course, as you can see, we did it (while learning a few secrets of our own), and they work beyond compare!
- Bigger head = better holding power
- Sharper threads & point = not only limited to concrete
- Harder steel = holds more weight (Rockwell tested)
- Bits fit internally = straighter drive (Our warehouse wall proved it)
- Zero Theft drive = added theft protection