Nailers

Pneumatic Nailer handles asphalt and fiberglass shingles.

Pneumatic Nailer handles asphalt and fiberglass shingles.

Equipped with carbide-tip nose, hardened-steel driver blade, and housing wear plates, Roofer's Choice R175-C Roofing Coil Nailer drives nails flush into all roofing materials. Ergonomic tool drives up to 8 fasteners per second and accepts fasteners with lengths from 7/8-1 3/4 in. and diameters to .120 in. Adjustable shingle guide keeps roofing shingles straight and properly aligned. Features...

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Palm Nailer Kit offers 4 interchangeable nose tips.

Palm Nailer Kit offers 4 interchangeable nose tips.

Model PN650 6 1/2 in. nailer kit includes non-marring finish tip for finish nails up to 3d, magnetic tip for common nails between 3d and 16d, standard tip for common nails up to 70d, and steel hammer tip for moldings and dowels. Multi-bow action provides 2,300 bpm at 100 psi. Once nail reaches desired depth, fluctuating piston disengages to stop driving nail. Kit includes padded glove for added...

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Nailers drive finish nails up to 2 1/2 in. long.

Nailers drive finish nails up to 2 1/2 in. long.

Model FN250B uses 16 ga finish nails between 3/4 and 2 1/2 in., while Model DA250B fires standard 15 ga angled finish nails between 1 and 2 1/2 in. long. Both include internal piston catching mechanism, tool-free adjustable depth control with over 45 pre-set detents, tool-free 360Â-

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Pin Nailer suits detailed woodworking applications.

Pin Nailer suits detailed woodworking applications.

Model PIN100, 23-gauge pin nailer employs magazine that automatically adjusts to different fastener lengths for loading and operation with less downtime. Compatible with SencoÂ-® and Accuset models, it accepts pin nails from 1/2 to 1 in. long. Its bottom load magazine has 170 count capacity, and unit features visual reload indicator. Able to countersink 1 in. pin nails into oak, PIN100...

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Nailer handles conic-tapered steel staples.

Nailer handles conic-tapered steel staples.

Handheld V-nailer Model BM430 K fastens butt and miter joints in woodworking applications. It lets operator fasten AC-style steel staples to ensure tight sealing fit for hard and soft wood. Common applications include joining corners in cabinets, furniture, doors, windows, and picture frames. Nailer weighs 3.8 lb, measures 11.75 x 2.5 x 8.25 in., and holds up to 400 staples with space for two...

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Nail Packs include enough fuel to finish nailing.

Nail Packs include enough fuel to finish nailing.

Cordless TrimMaster 18(TM) is available with fuel and fastener packs that contain 2,000 nails and 2 fuel cells. Fuel cells contain precise amount of fuel needed to deploy all nails in pack. Packs are available in fastener sizes of 5/8, 1, 1-1/4, 1-1/2 and 2 inches.

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Framing Nailer handles lengths from 2-3/8 to 3-1/2 in.

Model NR90AC2 Full Head Framing Nailer has 1-piece solid extruded aluminum magazine, die-cast aluminum body, and air inlet dust filter. It operates at pressures of 70 to 100 psi, and is capable of driving up to 3 round head nails per second. Features include aggressive nail push lever, idling protector, depth-of-drive adjustment dial, and 360Â-

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Framing Nailer fires at up to 3 nails per sec.

NR83AA2 Clipped Head Framing Nailer features push lever that prevents nail jamming, and one-piece rear-loading aluminum magazine which holds up to 96 nails. It weighs only 8.4 lb and includes band rubber grip. Toe push lever resembling a claw grips wood surface being nailed and eliminates slippage when driving nails in slanted direction. NR83AA2 uses 0.113 to 0.131 in. dia nails in lengths from 2...

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Basalt America Announces Stronger, Lighter, and Corrosion-Free FRP's (Fiber Reinforced Polymers)
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Basalt America Announces Stronger, Lighter, and Corrosion-Free FRP's (Fiber Reinforced Polymers)

Fiber Reinforced Polymers (FRP), represents a truly groundbreaking advancement in structural reinforcement. Lightweight, strong, and green, they are changing the way the construction industry thinks about rebar. Unlike steel, FRPs don't rust and are far stronger than standard rebar. To learn why Fiber Reinforced Polymers are poised to change the way the world builds, see our video.

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