Simpson’s new Strong-Drive WSV subfloor screw can be driven faster and with less force, while delivering more holding power than a standard subfloor screw. Its tip and thread pattern provide up to 25% less torque than standard screws, and a deep-recessed, six-lobed ribbed head delivers cleaner countersinking and more secure bit retention for fewer cam-outs. The screw was developed for use with the company’s Quik Drive system. A box of 2,000 collated screws costs $85.