Bostitch Cordless Nailers
Many Bostitch pneumatic tools have contact triggers. They need pressure on the tool's tip and pressure on the trigger before they fire nails. Sequential triggers need to be lifted off the work surface between each nail. They prevent accidental fires and ensure workers take a few extra seconds to position their tools. Many Bostitch cordless framing nailers have multi-purpose triggers that adjust to suit either firing style so you can choose whichever you prefer for your jobs. Cordless flooring nailers often feature mallet-actuated firing devices instead of triggers. These tools connect with Bostitch air compressors and air hoses for pneumatic power. Many cordless framing and finishing nailers use mechanical firing systems instead of external compressors to drive fasteners.
As with Bostitch hand tools, the size of the nailing hammer plays a significant role in its use. Low-profile framing nailers fit between studs and in tight spaces where other nailers might not. Some Bostitch cordless nailers have Dial-A-Depth™ controls as well. These knobs quickly adjust firing depth without extra tools. Many also have jam-clearance levers. Like depth knobs, these don't need tools to function. Just pull the lever to clear jams, and get back to work with minimal delay. Some Bostitch cordless finish nailers have Smart Point® tips, too. These special nose pieces have thin bodies that show exactly where your nail will fire so you get consistent results every time.
Most Bostitch cordless nailers have cushioned or ergonomic handles for comfort. These specialized grips help workers maintain control on long projects and minimize kickback after every blow. Bostitch cordless nailers have the power and precision you need to work on intricate finish work. Consider them for projects in compact spaces and on work sites without electrical access.