Grabber Construction Products, an international distributor of professional-grade fasteners and construction products, has received an evaluation report from ICC Evaluation Service certifying that, in addition to meeting 2006 and 2009 IBC and IRC codes, Grabber's DRIVALL and SUPERDRIVE screws now meet the new 2012 IBC and IRC code requirements.

ICC-ES thoroughly examined Grabber's product information, test reports, calculations, quality control methods and other factors to ensure that the products are code-compliant. Building officials, architects, contractors, specifiers, designers and others can utilize this ICC-ES Evaluation Report to provide a basis for using or approving these products in construction projects.

“Top-notch quality control and production processes are key to providing best-in-class products to our customers,” said Jack Kroll, CEO of Grabber. “Acquiring ICC certification for its products is just another example of Grabber's commitment to quality products and to its customers.”

Grabber's DRIVALL and SUPERDRIVE self-drilling tapping screws are used in engineered connections of cold-formed steel framing and of sheet steel sheathing connected to cold-formed steel framing. Featuring a hex washer, modified truss, or pan head, the screws are manufactured from carbon steel and coated with electrodeposited zinc. They're packaged in collated strips and supplied in boxes for use in automated screw installation systems.

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