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For slates with 3 inches or less of headlap. Black anodized to get rid of the shiny glint.
When you need a stronger, tougher slate hook, go with stainless steel. Stainless steel slate hooks are stronger than copper slate hooks and are recommended whenever the roof decking is hard, as on old oak roof boards, or even old yellow pine, both of which tend to bend copper slate hooks. These black anodized slate hooks are not shiny and are relatively invisible.
0.1200 gauge, by the 25 pound box - (about 81 hooks/lb or about 2,000/box). Blunt points won't poke you like the sharp ones will.
Slate hooks are used to install replacement slates during repairs, and for replacing slates left out during the installation of a new slate roof where the scaffolding (roof jacks) are temporarily nailed onto the roof. Some slaters use nothing but slate hooks for repair work. They are easier than the nail and bib when working with new or especially hard slates. It's always a good idea to have some of these hooks on hand. Can be used on most asbestos roofs too.
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