With these new finish nailers, along with our existing stapler and brad nailer, Senco’s ultralight, magnesium-body tools are everything users need to do the job.
Grand Rapids, MI (PRWEB) April 10, 2012
Tool reviews remain at the forefront of the ToolSelect.com member-driven community with the release of pneumatic air tools like Senco’s FinishPro 33Mg and 35Mg finish nailers, the two newest additions to the Senco line of magnesium tools.
Both tools use oil-free motors to protect work surfaces from carryover, metal cylinders designed for increased durability and selectable triggers for fingertip control of the fastening method. Rotatable exhausts and belt hooks are meant to help keep work surfaces clean and over-molded rubber grips also add to the durability of the tools.
“We’re expanding our line of magnesium tools to accommodate more applications our customers demand,” says Melissa Emery with Senco. “With these new finish nailers, along with our existing stapler and brad nailer, Senco’s ultralight, magnesium-body tools are everything users need to do the job.”
The 33Mg 16-guage nailer was built for finish and trim work and holds 110, 20-degree 1 ¼”-2 ½” fasteners. The tool operates at 70-120 PSI (4.8-8.3 bar). The 35Mg 15-guage nailer, also built for finish and trim work, holds 110 34-degree, 1 ¼”-2 ½” fasteners and features the same operating pressure as the 33Mg. Both tools have ¼” NPT air inlets, tool-free depth-of-drive adjustment to help countersink fasteners into multiple materials and push-button air blowers for dusting excess debris.
Senco’s existing line of magnesium tools includes the FinishPro 18Mg brad nailer, designed for working on chair rail, baseboards, ornamentals, cabinetry and craft assembly, and SLS18Mg stapler is suited for cabinets, soffit, picture frames and drawer assembly.
“Pneumatic air tools are popular with our members,” says Tom Klein, vice president of marketing and merchandising with ToolSelect. “As Senco continues to expand its line of magnesium tools, we’re excited to see what our members think, through unbiased tool reviews, of each tool individually, as well as the line as a whole.”
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