Fischer 16G Brad Nails Galvanised

Fischer

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    SKU: 11688
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148 North High Street, Musselburgh, EH21 6AS

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Available In Straight Or 20° Angled

2nd Fix Nail Gun Compatibility

Supplied In A Box Of 2000 Nails

Gasless Nails

Straight Nails: 

Will fit any straight magazine 16G Finish nailer. 16G galvanised brad nails are ideal for securing corners or near the corners of the wood. Brad nails can also be used in both soft and hard woods to fix in place or to hold two pieces together and may be removed carefully when the glue dries, offering a variety of applications based on personal choice and the type of project. They are least likely to split the wood or damage the corners because they have blunt ends and lost heads on the nails provide an aesthetic finish that cannot be seen when fixed deeper into the substrate.

  • Suitable for use in cordless & pneumatic second fix brad nailers.
  • T Head to give concealed fixings. Ideal for internal applications.
  • Shank Design: Low penetration resistance in to all materials.
  • Diamond Point for maximum penetration.
  • Manufactured to conform with EN792-13:2000 7.2.1a and comply with the requirements of all major tool manufacturers.

Compatibility:

  • DeWalt DPN1664/DPN1664PP.
  • Bostitch SB1664/FN16250K/FN1664/GFN1664K.
  • Paslode IM65/F16.
  • Hikoki NT1865DBSL/NT65GS.
  • Senco S250SM/FinishPro - All RX Versions/GT65RHS/F-16S.
  • Tacwise GFN64V/DFN50V/Ranger 2 18 v 16G Brad.
  • Makita GF600SE/DBN600ZJ.
  • Will fit any straight magazine 16G Finish nailer.


Angled Nails:

16G angled 2nd fix brad nails with galvanised finish. These nails are ideal for securing corners or near the corners of the wood and can be used to fix wood in place or to hold two pieces together and may be removed carefully when the glue, between, dries. They are least likely to split the wood or damage the corners because they have blunt ends.


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