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Brown Oak Colour Fixing Screw for Batten Cladding (100 screws)

Brown Oak Colour Fixing Screw for Batten Cladding (100 screws)
Brown Oak Colour Fixing Screw for Batten Cladding (100 screws)
  • Brown Oak Coloured Screws for Bison Batten Cladding Boards
  • Colour Coded Fixing Screws come in 100 screws per bag
  • 35mm long with 4mm diameter head cladding fixings
  • For the Bison Composite Cladding where the fixings are visible
  • Colour head screws are not suitable for 25mm timber battens
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  • Brand: Bison Composite Batten Cladding
  • Model: Colour Fixing Screws - Brown Oak
  • Weight: 0.57kg
  • Dimensions: 35mm x 4mm x 0.20mm
  • SKU: Colour Fixing Screws - Brown Oak
  • Product code: P1-2973
  • MPN: Colour Fixing Screws - Brown Oak

Colour Coded Brown Oak Fixing Screw for Bison Batten Cladding is a coloured cladding system screw used for the Bison Composite Cladding where the fixings are visible.

These brown coloured screws are a countersunk pozi head stainless steel 35mm long with 4mm diameter head fixings, only required for visible fixings.

With Bison cladding planks screws are usually used just on the last run of boards in the run either vertically or horizontally.

Colour Coded screws used with L Corners or edge boards should be at 400mm centres (so allow 7 per full length).

Most of the fixings are not visible due to the hidden lap detail, using a colour head screw is a more expensive option than lain screws.

It is important to ensure you are using deep enough joists to allow for 30mm screw-in battens (colour head screws are not suitable for 25mm timber battens).

When fixing composite slatted cladding you should always pre drill a pilot hole in any composite material.

Drill within 30mm from the edge of the material to avoid cracking that can occur under stress of expansion and contraction.

Coloured Fixing Screws come in 100 screws per bag.




Colour: Brown Oak

Length: 35mm

Diameter: 4.0mm

Material: Stainless Steel

Quantity: 100no per box

Weight: 0.57kg


Bison Composite Batten Cladding Installation Guide:

 · As for any external cladding system it is recommended that you check with the planning office within your local council to ensure whether you need to submit a planning application.

 · Note that Composite Batten Cladding is a class B fire rating and so not suitable for external cladding above the height of 18m on residential buildings.

 · The diagrams and instructions outlined in this guide are for illustration purposes only and are not meant or implied to replace a licensed professional.

 · When dealing with any type of construction project, it is necessary to wear appropriate safety equipment to reduce risk of severe injury.

 · When handling, cutting, and installing, the following safety equipment is recommended at the very least: gloves, a respiratory protection mask, long sleeves, long trousers, and safety glasses.

 · Standard woodworking tools may be used.

 · It is recommended that all circular saw blades have carbide tips and that all fixings are stainless steel.

 · Bison Composite Batten Cladding should be stored on a flat surface either fully supported or on timber bearers at maximum 400mm spacing.

 · Careful layout planning and preparation is required before starting installation to ensure the best possible cladding effect of your project.

 · Consideration for how the boards will finish at corners, window & door reveals can ensure a better finish, reduce wastage, reduce rip cuts or additional joints.

 · We recommend drawing out a site plan of your proposed project to minimize errors.

 · Bison Cladding products are NOT intended for use as columns, support posts, beams, joist stringers or other primary load-bearing members.

 · WPC products must be supported by a code-compliant substructure.

 · While WPC products are great for retrofits, they CANNOT be installed on existing cladding boards.

 · Bison Cladding products CANNOT be directly installed onto close boarding like OSB or MDF.

 · It must be installed onto a substructure, so there is adequate and unobstructed air flow under the cladding to prevent excessive water absorption.

 · A minimum of 25mm (1 inch) of continuous net free area under the cladding surface is required for adequate ventilation on all wall cladding, so air can circulate between adjacent members to promote drainage and drying.


*Further information may be found in our Downloads section.

Fairly easy access to all PDF files.

Datasheet ǀ Declaration of Performance - DoP ǀ BBA Certificate ǀ Installation Guide ǀ Certificates ǀ Brochure ǀ SPEC Sheets

*Special product non-returnable cancellable.

Colour Brown Oak
Diameter 4.0mm
Length 35mm
Material Stainless Steel
Profile Countersunk Pozi Head Screws
Weight 0.57 kg 
Quantity 100no per pack
Shipping method Courier
Applications Where the fixings are visible
Fixing method Drill driver
ETA Notification Yes
Features Coloured Screws for Batten Cladding
Manufacturer Bison Composite Batten Cladding®

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Brown Oak Colour Fixing Screw for Batten Cladding (100 screws)
Brown Oak Colour Fixing Screw for Batten Cladding (100 screws)
£ 20.68