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Coil Roofing Nailer
This Coil Roofing Nailer has a durable aluminum housing and a one-door loading system for fast reloading. It has a dry-fire lock out to prevent dry firing and to alert the user to reload the magazine. Depend on this Coil Roofing Nailer for durability and comfort.
Dry Fire Lockout: true Firing / Acutation Mode: Sequential with Contact Trigger Included Magazine Angle: 15 Degree Operating Pressure: 70 -120 psi Tool Height: 10.625 in Tool Length: 10.5 in Tool Weight: 4.9 lbs Tool Width: 4.625 in
- Lightweight aluminum housing for job site durability
- Zero nail lockout feature eliminates dry firing and indicates when to reload the magazine
- Nosepiece features carbide inserts for long-life performance
- Aggressive wear guards and skid pads protect the tool from damage on abrasive surfaces
- Quick-set adjustable depth guide sets nails to desire depths quickly and conveniently
- Patented single-action side load canister for fast, one-step nail loading
- Adjustable shingle guide for quick shingle spacing
- Overmolded grip for comfortable use
15° Coil Roofing NailsFastener Details
Sku Length Diameter Point Finish Quantity CR19GAL 3/4 - Diamond Point Galvanized 7200
The Coil Roofing Nailer is covered by our 1-7 Year Limited WarrantyWarranty Details
Frequently Asked Questions
How often should I oil my pneumatic tools? Can I add too much?For the professional that uses the tools every day, the tool should have oil added daily. Just a drop or two a day will assure that the oil keeps the internal components moist and well lubricated.
Too much oil can cause some feeding problems due to the pooling of excess oil in air ports and chambers. This will create worse problems in cold weather because the oil will naturally thicken a bit, slowing the reaction of the moving parts. If you suspect that too much oil is in the tool, prop the tool up with the air fitting pointing downward and allow excess oil to drain into an oil pan. This is usually enough to allow the tool to cycle smoothly again. Avoid oiling for a few days when this action has been taken. Keep in mind that too much oil is far better than not enough. Dry tools can cause many malfunctions and can cause component damage.