IKO – Nails

8.3341.65 inc. Vat




IKO Galvanised nails

No shingle roof without nails. IKO offers hot galvanised extra-large head professional steel wire roofing nails, available in 4 lengths: 20, 25, 30 and 35 mm.

Advantages of IKO nails:

  • Top quality nails allow durable shingle installation at minimal cost
  • IKO nails do not rust or damage shingles

IKO nails – 5 kg

Lenght 20 mm 25 mm 30 mm 35 mm
Quantity ± 3450 pcs. ± 2910 pcs. ± 2480 pcs. ± 2150 pcs.
Coverage ± 98 m² ± 83 m² ± 70 m² ± 61 m²
Diameter shaft ± 3 mm ± 3 mm ± 3 mm ± 3 mm
Diameter head ≥ 9 mm ≥ 9 mm ≥ 9 mm ≥ 9 mm
Zinc coating 300 g/m² 300 g/m² 300 g/m² 300 g/m²


Nail Pull Resistance Test

In this “Nail Pull Resistance Test” we will show you how easy or difficult it is to take shingles out of an OSB board. This will show how effective the nails are and which type of nails prevent the shingles from being blown from the roof.

Additional information


20mm, 25 mm, 30 mm, 35 mm


1 kg, 1/2 kg, 5 kgs


Iko International

IKO is a pioneer and leader in the global roofing and related products industry.

The company was founded in 1951. It first manufactured building paper and then expanded to include coated roll roofing. Its first asphalt shingle was made in 1954, and the rest, as they say, is history. The company thrived and grew, first establishing itself in eastern Canada with the opening of the Brampton, Ontario, shingle plant in 1959. Success in Brampton led to further expansion, next into the European market with the construction of a shingle plant in Ham, Belgium, in 1972. Expansion continued in Canada, with the addition of a new facility in Hawkesbury, Ontario, in 1976. IKO entered the U.S. marketplace in 1979 through various acquisitions and has since expanded its presence by building new plants across North America. The most recent plant to open was in Hillsboro, Texas and another is currently under construction in Hagerstown, Maryland. In all of its plants, IKO implements a program of continuous improvement that includes updating equipment and refining systems and processes in order to maximize efficiency and productivity, reduce waste and enhance performance and safety.