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Intramedullary Nail comes in 10 mm version.
Atlanta, GA 30318
Mar 19, 2013
Offering alternative to external fixators for tibiotalocalcaneal arthrodesis procedures, 10 mm DynaNail® Ankle Arthrodesis Nail expands use of intramedullary nails to patients with narrow bone anatomies that require smaller fusion devices. Eliminating external fixators minimizes surgery time and need for follow-up procedures. Leveraging shape memory properties of nickel titanium, nail sustains compression across joint, which ensures joint bones remain in close apposition and promotes healing.
Stainless Steel Fasteners are completely rustproof.
PrimeSource Building Products, Inc.
Carrollton, TX 75006
Aug 06, 2012
Available in 1 and 5 lb tubs or buckets and bulk boxes, PrimeGuard MAX(TM) stainless steel nails, screws, and collated nails come in array of styles and sizes. All products will not rust for duration of their use and are designed specifically to withstand outside elements when used in decks, fences, roofing, siding, trim, and other outdoor projects. Plastic packaging is see-through, and all tubs and buckets feature re-closable, snap-shut lids.
Compact Gas Finish Nailers are lightweight and maneuverable.
Hitachi Power Tools
Norcross, GA 30093
Aug 01, 2008
Including 3 models each with capacity of 100 nails, gas finish nailers combine lithium ion battery technology and gas fuel cell to hold fasteners up to 2½ in. in length. Model NT65GS applies 16 ga fasteners from straight magazine, while angled 15 ga NT65GA and angled 16 ga NT65GB allow for easy maneuverability in tight corners and spaces. Units feature double actioned nail feed and reciprocating piston system to drive intermittent cycle rate of 2 nails/sec and 1,000 nails/hr.
Nail withstands hurricane and earthquake conditions.
Bostitch; A Division of The Stanley Works
East Greenwich, RI 02818
Jan 16, 2006
Available in .113 and .131 in. dia, HurriQuake(TM) 2½ in., 21° plastic collated nail withstands uplift forces over 271 lb/ft² depending on nail pattern and shank diameter. Head size lends to amount of resistance to vacuum effect of uplift forces, and 50/50 shank configuration features aggressive ring shank to minimize withdrawal failure. With ultimate shear load rating to 9,348 lb, carbon steel alloy construction meets code requirements and exceeds bend yield of 100,000 psi.
Galvanized Nails feature corrosion resistance.
Paslode, An Illinois Tool Works Co.
Vernon Hills, IL 60061
Jul 30, 2003 Hot Dip Galvanized Nails meet or exceed building code requirements for corrosion resistance, including ASTM A-153-Class D. They feature 22° full head and are offered in smooth, ring, and screw shank. Sizes range from 2½â€“3¼ in. in length and .120â€“.131 in. dia. Weather-resistant, plastic collation reduces broken strips and enables year-round production. Nails are suited for coastal framing, pier construction, and other exterior applications.
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