Nails for finish work are the narrowest gauge options from Bostitch, one step up from a full line of Bostitch staples. The finish nails consist of 18-gauge brads and 23-gauge headless pins. Bostitch nails then move all the way up in size to 6-inch framing nails. Nails come in both straight-pin packages, including collated and wire-weld strips, and coil packages. Bostitch coil nails consist of a variety of smooth, screw or ring shanks, as well as diamond, blunt and chisel point tips.
Bostitch framing nails include 15-degree stainless-steel or galvanized nails with either diamond or blunt chisel points. Framing nails also include 21-degree plastic-collated nails, hot-dipped or coated, as well as 28-degree wire-weld, coated galvanized nails. Other framing nails include paper collated metal connector nails for metal materials and smooth-shank T-nails for fastening wood to concrete.
Standard Bostitch roofing nails consist of 15-degree smooth-shank nails with a galvanized finish. These nails come in coil packages. Bostitch coil nails also include 15-degree siding nails consisting of ring shanks with an extra-thick coating to accommodate contraction and expansion. Like Bostitch roofing nails, the siding nails have diamond points to prevent splitting fastening material.
The company manufactures hundreds of nails for its pneumatic and cordless nailers. The nailers form the core of the Bostitch reputation for the reliability, efficiency and durability of all Bostitch tools. One look at the entire gamut of gauges, points, shanks and composite materials of Bostitch nails is enough to make you consider using their full range of tools for the workplace or home workshop.