Pneumatic Framing Tools
Pneumatic framing nailers use air power to drive a nail into wood with a single action. These tools reduce the total project timeline and increase worker safety since there's no chance of missing and striking your hand, such as with a hammer. All you need is an air compressor to power these nail guns.
Pneumatic framing nailers drive large nails into 2 x 4s and other boards used for studs. A model with contact-fire mode shoots nails into a frame once the nose guard is compacted, which lets you drive several nails a second. Using pneumatic framing nailers in contact fire mode requires extra attention to your surroundings to make sure that you don't hit yourself or others. Many nailers offer both the contact-fire mode and sequential-fire mode which allows you to operate the tool more safely.
A larger magazine means you can finish more work before you need to reload. Coil framing nailers carry their nails in large drums that feed and load very quickly. Grab a nail gun with an ergonomic grip to increase your control over the gun and your comfort as you work.
If your work calls for a flooring install, you should pick up a flooring nailer, which provides similar performance but includes a long handle to keep you off your knees as you work. Pneumatic framing nailers deliver such high power and large fasteners that they don't work well for precision pieces. If you're working with hardwood or other decorative pieces, buy a finish nailer that doesn't split wood and leaves inconspicuous, flush nails.
Pneumatic framing nailers are easy to use and leave you with less fatigue at the end of a long day. These nailers feature multiple options to suit virtually any project. Research our selection of framing nailers for sale to see which one makes the ideal match for your project needs.
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