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FRAMING Nailers (First fix)

A framing nailer is often used to handle large wood works or projects. This could mean building decks, framing houses or constructing a room. This type of nailer is used for framing, wood siding, fence building, wood sheathing and major carpentry work. This is often the heaviest duty nailer. It will accommodate nails up to 3 ½ inches (90mm) to join 2 x 4s.

DCN692 18V XR Li-Ion Brushless 2 Speed Framing Nailer

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18V XR Li-Ion Two Speed Framing Nailer featuring BRUSHLESS motor technology

  • Two speeds - or power levels - to optimise the nailer for firing all lengths of nails

  • Benefit from longer runtime, quicker readiness to fire, less recoil and more durability when firing short nails

  • BRUSHLESS motor technology offers the power to fire a 90mm Ring Shank nail in Soft Wood and 63mm into Hard Woods

  • The sequential operating mode allows for precision placement and the bump operating mode provides the user with production speed

  • Mechanical rather than gas operation offers consistant performance at temperature between -20 and 50 degrees celcius and minimal cleaning/service requirements

  • Class leading vibration and sound figures, offer fantastic user protection

  • Versatile 30 - 34 degree magazine angle will accept most clipped head, and off centre round head paper tape or wire weld collated framing nails

  • Reversable belt/rafter hook povides increased portability and versatility on the job-site

  • Depths can be easily adjusted using the thumb wheel depth adjuster

  • Increased visibility and durability along with protection for work-surface from the non-mar contact-trip

  • Ergonomic tool design allows the nailer to fit easily between a 400mm centre stud

  • Gas free operation offers a significant saving in running costs

  • Tool free stall/jam clearance minimises user down time

  • Cordless design allows you to work without the inconvenience and safety risk of trailing leads

  • User can engage contact trip lock-off and prevent accidental dis-charge of fastener

  • Dry fire lockout ensures that the tool is protected from firing without nails in the magazine

 

finish nailers (2nd fix)

Second fix and finish nailers are also the same. Second fix nailers are used to complete ‘softer’ jobs; they use smaller nails to reduce any potential impressions or damage to the work area.

That’s the reason that these nail guns are ideal for more delicate interior work such as door frames, general woodwork finishing and household mouldings.

With second fix nailers, you also have a choice between straight and angled. The difference is simply the angle of the nailer. Angled nailers tend to be more popular, as they can be used in harder to reach places.

DCN660 18V XR Li-Ion Brushless 16Ga Second Fix Nailer

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Latest generation 18V XR Li-Ion Brushless 16Ga nailer offers the cutting edge in nailing technology

  • BRUSHLESS motor offers runtime that cannot be beaten in a compact package

  • Compact, lightweight and ergonomic design makes the tool easy and comfortable to use but durable enough for worksite environment

  • Mechanical rather than gas operation offers low running costs and consistent performance at low temperatures

  • Sequential mode allows for precision placement and the bump operating mode provides the user with production speed of up to 4 nails per second

  • Depth of drive can be easily adjusted using the thumb wheel depth adjuster

  • Tool free stall / jam clearance minimises down time

  • Trigger and contact trip lock-off and prevent accidental dis-charge of fastener

Types of nailers / nails

There are many different kinds of nailers out there on the market, it can be hard to know which would be best suited for your needs, these may include:

  • Framing Nailers

  • Flooring Nailers

  • Palm Nailers

  • Roofing Nailers

  • Siding Nailers

  • Pin Nailers

  • Brad Nailers

  • Finishing

  • Staplers

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