NAILER - BRAD (AIR)

NAILER-Brad

Pricing

1 Day Minimum

$12 Minimum Rental

1 Day $12

1 Week $48

4 Week $144

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FEATURES

  • Maneuverable and at 2.3 lb, the lightest on the market
  • Neverlube Design means no tool lubrication to stain fine woods
  • Easy to maintain and service - only two movable O-rings for virtually trouble-free upkeep
  • Includes hard plastic case
Fastener Types

USES

  • Cabinets
  • Decorative Trim
  • Drawers
  • Finishing Apps in Construction
  • Furniture Frames
  • Furniture Trim
  • Mirror and Picture Frames
  • Molding
  • Nailable Plastic Parts
  • Rattan Furniture
  • Upholstery Trim Panels
  • Window Beading
  • Finish and Trim

SPECIFICATIONS

 

Height: 8-1/4"(210 mm)
Length: 9-1/2"(241 mm)
Weight: 2.3 lb( 1.0 kg)
Reg. Operating Pressure: 70—120 psig (4.8—8.3 bar)
Collation: Glue
Mode of Operation: Sequential Actuation

Are Brad Nailers and Finish Nailers the same?

One of the first questions we routinely get from visitors is "Are brad nailers and finish nailers the same?". The simple answer is no, although some woodworkers use both tools to do similar jobs. Essentially the brad nailer is very lightweight and meant for precision work with wood or trim projects.  Brad nailers, also referred to as staplers or tackers, typically drive nails that range between 5/8 inch to 2 1/4 inches, while other models go from 3/4 inch to 2 inches. The smaller nail heads on a brad nailer make them less visible when putting them into furniture or baseboards. Expert woodworkers and carpenters say the brad nailers are great when working with small furniture and craft projects. One common use for a brad nailer is to hold objects together while the glue dries. Many woodworkers that do craft projects swear by their brad nailers as an essential power tool.