Wooden Nails - Offers high strength and easy installation


These wooden nails are made from beech wood compressed with a phenolic resin. The wooden nails look good, do not stain the wood surface, protect woodworking tools, and do not create thermal bridges. The nails have a tensile strength similar to aluminium nails and can therefore be driven into solid structural timber with a pneumatic (air powered) nailing tool. The heat generated by friction when the nail is driven in causes the lignin of the nail to weld with the surrounding wood, creating a very strong bond. The use of the nailing tool makes for a very fast and easy installation compared with traditional wooden dowels, which require pre-drilling.

Used for:

The nails are used to mount and assemble wood façades, fences, furniture, floors, saunas, and even coffins.


The nails are available in different sizes. Wooden nails can be driven with a hammer, but a better result is achieved with the pneumatic nailing machine.


Use the nails to assemble sustainable garden furniture that contains neither metal nor glue.

The sample:

You get two nails as seen on the product photo.

All samples come with a laminated information card, which includes contact details for the supplier.


Ask a Question
  • Do you need a special pneumatic nailer to use these nails?

    Yes. The company sells a variety of pneumatic nailers which are used to drive in the wooden nails.

  • Are you asking for €8 for just two single nails, and this is a sample …?

    Yes. The idea with the Material Sample Shop is to supply material samples to product developers, inventors, and students which they use for inspiration, idea generation, and to get a feel for the material. Det material sample has an attached information card with contact information for the supplier, where you can obtain larger quantities if you decide to use the material for production.