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Demos & Comparisons
Demos & Comparisons
  • What Size Air Compressor Do I Need For My Tool?

    If you're using pneumatic tools, there's no avoiding the need for an air compressor. But when it comes to compressors, you'll find they come in a variety of shapes and sizes - so how much compressor do you really need? Use these simple guidelines to determine which air compressor suits your needs best.

    In most scenarios, a portable hand-carry air compressor will provide more than enough power to keep your pneumatic fastening tool up and running. Take this for instance - a small 1HP portable unit (delivering 2.0 CFM – cubic feet of air per minute) allows a large nail gun to operate at about 15 nail drives per minute. That same compressor will run a medium-size finishing nailer at about 30 nail drives per minute, and will run a small brad nailer at over 70 drives per minute. So as you can see, the specs of the tool will ultimately dictate the air compressor's performance.

    Senco PC1131 Workshop

    Each tool takes a “breath” of compressed air, which then provides the driving force necessary to sink each fastener. The larger the pneumatic tool, the more air it requires to operate, which is also known as “air consumption per cycle”.

    PRO TIP: If you divide the air consumption per cycle into the CFM of any given air compressor, you will determine the possible drives per minute. This simple calculation should tell you if the compressor is able to properly power the tool you are intending to use.

    Senco Compressors

    All that's left to do is determine how quickly you're planning to run the tool. A professional construction contractor may need the extra juice to operate one - or more - large tools at a high rate of speed. In this instance, a wheelbarrow compressor (either gasoline or electric depending on preferred power source) will provide the necessary power required. If similar output is required, but the application is in a fixed location (think assembly line), a large stationary compressor may also work.

    For those running one or two smaller air tools, a portable electric compressor should provide more than enough energy - especially if used with an additional expansion (holding) tank of air. If you are running several small to medium-size air tools, you'll want a compressor rated for 4.0+ CFM. If you're looking to run a finish and trim tool (or similar) individually, a 2.0+ CFM compressor should provide ample power.

    For easy reference, we've included this handy chart below, provided by Senco.

    Senco Compressor Chart

    Which compressor will best suit your project?

     

    ~The Team At Nail Gun Depot

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  • Corded Power – Cordless Freedom – Dewalt FLEXVOLT

    The folks at Dewalt have outdone themselves again, introducing an entirely new line of cordless batteries – coined the FLEXVOLT System. The first of their kind, these Dewalt batteries feature an intelligent design, capable of changing voltage when you change tools. The FLEXVOLT system is compatible with 20V MAX, 60V MAX and 120V MAX tools.

    FlexVolt Lightning

    The Dewalt DCB606 20V/60V MAX FLEXVOLT 6.0 Ah battery pack is designed with fifteen 4V MAX cells. Designed to run in either parallel or series mode, this battery is currently the most versatile in its class. In parallel mode, three sets of five cells connect in a parallel circuit. Each set provides 2 Ah (Amp Hour). Keep in mind, Ah is the amount of energy charge in a battery. This mode gives you a total of 20V MAX and 6 Ah for an increased run time.

    FLEXVOLT Chart

    The FLEXVOLT battery is engineered to run four times longer than a compact 20V MAX battery. To see a quick video demonstration of FLEXVOLT, click here.

    Dewalt FlexVolt Text Promo

    The series mode works a bit different. All 15 cells connect in a series to provide power for 60V MAX tools. The DCB606 automatically switches to this mode when you slide it into Dewalt’s 60V MAX brushless tools.

    parallel_battery

    The DCB606 battery pack can power all Dewalt 20V MAX cordless tools, including the DCN693B cordless metal connector nailer (DCN693M1 model if purchased with 20V battery), DCN692B cordless framing nailer (DCN692M1 model if purchased with 20V battery), DCN660B cordless finish nailer (DCN660D1 if purchased with 20V battery), as well as 60V and 120V MAX cordless tools. Additional features on this FLEXVOLT battery include an LED display that shows you the state of charge, single piece cell holder, and durable construction.

    series_battery

    For a quick, 60-minute charge of the FLEXVOLT battery, we recommend the Dewalt DCB118 fan-cooled fast charger. This battery charger is compatible with all 20V MAX batteries.

    FLEXVOLT HD 6AH Battery

    Dewalt has combined the power of corded with the freedom of cordless. Not just convenient, longer run time and more power translates to increased productivity and revenue. The FLEXVOLT system eliminates the constant hassle of charging and recharging your batteries, reducing downtime significantly. The Dewalt DCB606 is now available for pre-order only, with an anticipated release toward the end of August 2016.

    Will you power up with FLEXVOLT?

     

    ~The Team At Nail Gun Depot

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  • Win Your Nail Gun Depot Wishlist!

    Nail Gun Depot is celebrating its new website with a “Win Your Wishlist Giveaway.” That's right, we're giving away $1,000 toward your Nail Gun Depot wishlist! All you have to do is log in or create an account on Nail Gun Depot, fill out the entry form, and start building your dream wishlist.

    Nail Gun Depot Win Your Wishlist

    We kicked things off July 1st, and will continue through September 30th, 2016 - so there's plenty of time to get your entries in! But, the sooner the better - there's more than the grand prize up for grabs!

    We'll be giving away several small prize packs, as we count down to the grand prize drawing for $1,000.00 in Nail Gun Depot store credit. Our grand prize winner will have the opportunity to purchase items directly from their personalized Nail Gun Depot wishlist.

    Nail Gun Depot Wishlist

    Don't forget, the grand prize drawing will take place on September 30th!

    ~The Team At Nail Gun Depot

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  • What Cordless Nail Gun Should I Buy?

    It's hard to ignore the increasing presence of cordless tools coming to market. Today, let's take a look at those different types of cordless nailers. We'll look at brand, product application, and variation(s) of cordless technology available. Let's start by breaking down the core categories of cordless.

    Senco Cordless Battery

    Framing Nailers & Metal Connecting Nailers

     

    Cordless framing nailers have improved quite a bit since the first Paslode Impulse tool was released in July of 1986 - nearly 30 years ago to the day. Today, Paslode cordless tools have improved in every possible way: lighter body, longer battery life, quicker recharge time and more. The CF325XP (905600) is Paslode's current contender in a long running legacy of cordless framing tools. Powered by lithium-ion battery and orange framing fuel cell, the CF325XP is designed for heavy-duty, everyday use.

    Paslode CF325XP

    While Paslode has dominated this segment of the market for many years, another key player is quickly gaining notoriety for their contractor-grade cordless technology. That's right, we're talking about our friends at Dewalt. Currently on their second generation lithium-ion framing tool, Dewalt's MAX XR battery boasts more power and longevity than ever before. Dewalt has also managed to eliminate the need for a fuel cell, without compromising performance. Dewalt's system is as simple as plug-and-play. With the recent release of their DCN693M1 cordless metal connecting nailer - the first of its kind - we've got a hunch this won't be the last cordless nailer from Dewalt.

    Our Recommendation:

    If you don't mind occasionally replacing a fuel cell, Paslode has led cordless framing sales for decades. For tried and tested quality, Paslode is a sure shot.

    Dewalt DCN693 App

    If you're looking for the latest technology, there's no doubt that Dewalt offers a game changer. The MAX XR battery system eliminates the need for fuel cell, and offers improved driving force and length of time between charging cycles.

     

    Finish & Brad Nailers

     

    Unlike the cordless framing market, you'll see a lot more competition when comparing cordless finish and trim nailers. Two main factors dictate the widespread growth for this segment of the industry - market share and tool design. Generally speaking, the market for finish and trim nailers is infinite. Between contractors, weekend warriors, and woodworking hobbyists, there is always a demand for finish nailers. Paired with the fact they require much less energy to drive small finish or brad nails into place, you have a recipe for success.

    Grex Cordless Comparison Side-By-Side

    Just like the framing nailers above, most cordless finish nailers come in the same two variations, either with fuel cell and battery, or powered by battery only. Grex recently launched the GC1850 cordless brad nailer, which is powered by fuel cell and AAA battery power only! Don't worry about constantly replacing those AAA's in the Grex either, this cordless brad nailer is rated to run up to 50,000 shots per battery cycle.

    Looking at fuel cell finish nailers, Paslode once again leads the industry with its lineup of lithium-ion tools. Introduced to replace the aging line of Paslode Impulse nailers, these new lithium-ion powered tools are lean and efficient. The most recent addition to Paslode is their all-new 18 gauge brad nailer, the IM200Li (918000). Featuring several benefits over its predecessor, the Paslode IM200-F18 (901000), the IM200Li lithium-ion brad nailer offers a lightweight design, long-range battery life, battery standby position to conserve charge, tool free depth adjustment, reversible belt hook, and no mar tip - among other benefits.

    Dewalt DCN660D1 App

    Moving away from the fuel cell, Senco and Dewalt continue to battle for control of the battery-only market. A long-time leader in innovation, the Senco Fusion is available in four cordless variations ranging from 15 gauge finish nailer down to 18 gauge brad nailer. The Senco Fusion cordless system continues to receive praise for its innovative features and proprietary design. However, Dewalt recently answered the demand for better, more powerful batteries when they introduced the 20V MAX lithium-ion battery pack. Built to compete with Senco's Fusion, we've seen a growing demand for Dewalt's new product(s) - which includes their DCN660D1 16 gauge cordless finish nailer.

    The Verdict:

    Only time will tell the ultimate winners in this extremely competitive segment of cordless tools. As new technology continues to emerge, we expect to see several new products come to market in the next calendar year. We also predict a full transition to lithium-ion batteries, for those brands still offering NiCad models or similar.

    Senco Fusion F-15

    And, if you're a diehard air tool enthusiast, there's good news for you too. Despite advancements in cordless technology, we don't foresee pneumatic tools fading into the abyss any time soon. With a network of contractors and tradesmen that swear by pneumatic nailers and staplers, we have a hunch these tools will also benefit from enhanced technology and performance.

    So, would you consider cordless?

     

    ~The Team At Nail Gun Depot

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  • Fence Stapler Showdown - Freeman PFS9 vs. Fasco F46

    For several years, the fence stapling market has been dominated by few select brands. Recently, this niche industry received some new competition, as Freeman Tools introduced their PFS9 fence stapler. The Freeman fence stapler offers many of the same features as its Paslode and Fasco counterparts - but at a fraction of the cost. Today, we're going to put the Freeman PFS9 head-to-head with its closest rival, the Fasco F46 40-315 pneumatic fence stapler.

    Fasco Fence Banner

    Arguably one of the most recognizable tools in fence stapling, the Fasco F46 has earned a spot at the top of its class. Loaded with options that include a well-balanced and lightweight design, powerful motor for hardwood applications, form fitting nose designed for wire fence installation, on board adjustable depth of drive, and a comfortable non-slip rubber hand grip - this Fasco bundles a professional setup with tried and tested quality.

    Fasco F46 Fence Stapler

    A new kid on the block, Freeman Tools' PFS9 fencing stapler is quickly gaining notoriety as key competition - earning its own spot toward the top. Very similar to the Fasco F46 pneumatic fence stapler, the Freeman Tools PFS9 is designed specifically for applications in livestock fencing, field fencing, horse fencing and heavy mesh fencing - among other similar uses with wire fencing. This fence stapler features a magnesium housing, one-piece drive blade, adjustable depth of drive, 360 adjustable exhaust, air filter, quick-jam release, T-handle (for added control), top load magazine, wire alignment notch, belt hook, and comes with plastic carrying case.

    Freeman PFS9

    So, what are the major differences between a Freeman and Fasco fence stapler?

     

    • PRICE: Considerably the strongest factor in dictating which of the two tools you purchase, the Freeman PFS9 is less than half the cost of a Fasco F46 fence stapler. Currently on Nail Gun Depot for $349, compare Freeman to the $769 price tag for its Fasco counterpart.

     

     

    • WARRANTY: Don't be fooled, the low price on Freeman's fence stapler doesn't necessarily translate to a lower build quality. To make that known, the PFS9 is backed by a seven-year limited warranty. In comparison, Fasco's F46 fence stapler comes with a standard one-year manufacturer's warranty.

    Freeman PFS9 Fence Stapler

    THE VERDICT: The fact is, both staple guns have their merits. If you're looking for a tool that comes with several years of industry use, recognition and praise, we'd recommend the Fasco F46 fence stapler. For those shopping on budget, or who are only planning to use their fence stapler periodically, we'd suggest giving the Freeman PFS9 a shot. With a seven-year warranty and significantly lower price, it's hard not to give Freeman a second look.

    Fasco F46 Fence Stapler

    Comment below to let us know which one you'd choose!

    ~The Team At Nail Gun Depot

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  • Not Your Father's - Father's Day Gift Guide 2016

    Having a hard time picking out the perfect gift for Dad? Break from the norm and surprise him with a gift he can actually use - something that bundles tech savvy features and functional form. Unfortunately, that means no personalized coffee mugs on our list this year - we had to make room for these popular new gadgets. With price points that meet both large and small budgets, take Dad into the 21st Century with one of our top picks for Father's Day 2016.

      • Cadex Digital Regulator ($55): Budget friendly and compact, the Cadex DAR-02E digital air pressure regulator is perfect for Dad's workshop. Easy to mount and built for precision control, this Cadex regulator can connect directly to air tools and pneumatic spray guns. Designed to regulate the air coming through an air hose, this digital system features an impact resistant housing, electronic gauge shutoff for battery preservation, and a 1/4" universal thread swivel nut that fits most spray guns, nailers and air tools. A 1/4" universal thread male inlet fitting can be found on the opposite end of the DAR-02E.

    cadex digital regulator

      • Senco DuraSpin SG2510 Screw Gun Motor ($105): Next on our list, the Senco DuraSpin SG2510 (6X0002N) electric-powered screwdriver is designed for applications in drywall, wood fastening, and steel - perfect for the dad that has his hands in a variety of projects. This high-performance screw gun motor features a high-torque, 0-2500 RPM variable-speed motor for heavy-duty use. The SG2510 is constructed from industrial-grade metal, rugged enough to handle contractor-grade projects when needed. Features such as a trigger lock for continuous operation and an industrial-grade 10" cord round out the package. A member of the Senco DuraSpin family, the SG2510 screw gun works with Phillips and Square drive bits.

    Senco 6X0002N screw gun motor

    • Stabila 24" Tech Level ($249.99): Not your Father's level, the Stabila 24" Tech/Electronic IP65 level features electronic measuring technology, two digital displays, an audible inclination guide, IP 65 dust and waterproof housing, and removable shock-absorbing end caps with anti-slip wall grips. Get precise slope measurements as needed for ADA 4.8.2 handicap ramp compliance. A dual screen set-up (front & top) allows easy viewing from any angle. Electronic displays illuminate for easy viewing in low light conditions, and include five display modes. Other features include instant measurement conversion to any scale, audible tones for sight free use, one button calibration, and carrying case. Snap in two AA batteries and Dad will be ready to go.

    Stabila Tech Level

    • Dewalt DCN660D1 Cordless Finish Nailer ($399): A big step in cordless nailing, the Dewalt DCN660D1 runs on 20V lithium-ion battery power exclusively - in other words, no more fuel cells. This cordless finish nailer is compatible with 1-1/4” to 2-1/2” 16 gauge angled finish nails. Featuring Dewalt's first-ever 20V MAX brushless motor - enjoy better run-time, a lighter-weight body (27% lighter than the current DC618), and a more compact design for hard to reach areas. Did we mention it drives up to 4 nails per second? Other features include a tool-free depth adjustment, tool-free jam release, tool-free stall release, multi-functional LED lights, select actuation (choose between bump and sequential fire), adjustable belt hook, no mar tips, and trigger lock-out. The DCN660D1 comes with one battery, charger, manual and carrying case - so Dad can plug it in and go straight to work.

    Dewalt DCN660

    • Paslode CF325XP Cordless Framing Nailer ($399): For the dad that dabbles in heavy carpentry, Paslode has our vote for best Father's Day present. The new Paslode CF325XP (905600) Li-Ion cordless framing nailer combines the latest cordless technology with a tried-and-tested design. No hose or compressor required - the CF325XP runs on lithium ion battery-power with orange framing fuel cell. Similar to the Paslode CF325-Li, the CF325XP offers the same benefits from Paslode, but with 15% increased driving power, low temperature usability (tool works in conditions down to 14 degrees Fahrenheit when using all-season fuel cell), and up to 50% longer run time per battery charge. This tool is also eligible for Paslode's 2 Year Service Promise, when registered properly with Paslode. For added peace of mind, the CF325XP also comes with a five-year limited warranty through Paslode. Other features on this Paslode 905600 cordless framing nailer include aggressive teeth for toe nailing, compact design – fits between 16″ o.c. studs, joists and roof trusses, battery standby, tool-free depth of drive adjustment, utility hook, nail lockout to prevent blank drives, and a stainless steel magazine raceway for improved durability and easy loading. This Paslode cordless framing nailer comes with rugged plastic carrying case, rechargeable lithium ion battery and charger, safety glasses, owner's manual and 5/32" hex wrench - and is excellent for applications in framing, sheathing, floor decking and more.

    Paslode CF325XP

    • Grex GC1850 Cordless Brad Nailer ($438): For that sweet spot between the Dewalt finish nailer and the Paslode framer, give Dad a different kind of cordless nailer this year. The first of its kind, the Grex GC1850 cordless brad nailer is powered only by 2 AAA batteries and fuel cell; designed to drive 18 gauge brad nails up to 2" in length. The Grex GC1850 is the only cordless finish nailer that is as small as a traditional air operated finish nailer, while also offering a light-weight metal body, the power to sink 2” brad nails into 2” thick red oak, and a low cost of ownership. Powered by 2 AAA alkaline batteries - capable of lasting at least 50,000 shots - and a fuel cell that lasts approximately 1,300 shots per cartridge, this cordless brad nailer eliminates the downtime that comes with charging a battery - without sacrificing power. Easy to maintain, the GC1850 features a self-lubricating piston ring and cylinder, as well as easy driver replacement. An all-metal body proves best for improved durability, reliability and heat dissipation. No compressor required, the Grex GC1850 cordless brad nailer also features a safety nose with no-mar tip, anti dry-fire lock-out, power adjustment and reversible belt hook. A handy tool for any dad that enjoys weekend woodworking projects including trimwork, cabinet assembly, jig fixtures, light wood assembly, paneling, window beading, door and window casings, or picture frame assembly.

    Grex GC1850

    A Father's Day gift to all, use promo code FIVEOFF during checkout to receive 5% off your entire order!

    Wishing a Happy Father's Day to you and yours,
    The Team At Nail Gun Depot

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  • Tools For Your Trade - The Complete List

    Ever find yourself looking to purchase a new tool, but not quite sure which one will suit your project best? Instead of forcing a square peg into a round hole, take a look at Senco's tool and trade chart below. Then, find the corresponding tools by visiting Nail Gun Depot's "Shop By Project" application builder.

    Step One: Identify Your Application

    Senco Tools For Trades

    Step Two: Narrow Down The Right Tool Using Our "Shop By Project" Application Builder

    Nail Gun Depot Shop By Project

    Finding and comparing the right tool for your project is easier than ever on Nail Gun Depot. Give it a shot, and let us know what you think below!

    ~The Team At Nail Gun Depot

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  • Dewalt Connects Success - Cuts The Cord Again

    The folks at Dewalt are at it again, now to offer North America's first-ever cordless metal connector nailer. Dewalt's hot-new tool for Summer 2016, introducing the DCN693 series cordless metal hardware nailer.

    Dewalt DCN693 App

    Available in two variations, the DCN693M1 comes complete with 20V Lithium-Ion XR Series battery and charger - while the DCN693B gets you the bare tool without battery and charger.

    The first of its kind, Dewalt's DCN693M1 cordless metal connecting nailer matches its competition in range, driving 1-1/2” to 2-1/2” 35 degree paper tape metal connector nails. In the same manner as Dewalt's other li-ion nailers, the DCN693 requires no fuel cell to operate - simply snap the charged battery into place and start firing.

    Dewalt DCN693 Features Diagram

    Other features on the Dewalt DCN693 include selectable firing modes (choose between sequential and RapidCycle modes), nail selector switch (easy switch between 1-1/2” and 2-1/2” nails), tool-free adjustable rafter hook, and dry-fire lockout. A RapidCycle mode keeps the motor running for faster follow-up shots.

    Dewalt DCN693 Action

    This cordless joist nailer includes tool-free depth of drive adjustment, which is quite handy if you find yourself frequently adjusting nail depth for different materials. A stall release lever allows you to release the driver blade in case of nail jam. The DCN693 even comes with an on board hex key for easy magazine removal.

    Another nifty tech feature, this cordless metal connecting nail gun features LED warning lights to alert the user when their tool stalls or the battery is low. Round things out with a speed selector switch, which lets you easily adjust the tool for different nail lengths, and you have the latest innovation from Dewalt.

    Metal Connector Types

    As with other similar tools, Dewalt's DCN693 metal connector nailer is excellent for joist hangers, stud plate ties, hurricane ties, hold down straps and post bases. While we're yet to see some specific ratings from Dewalt, such as battery range and magazine capacity, we anticipate battery life will be similar to the Dewalt DCN692 cordless framing nailer. Although a specific release date is not yet available, preliminary estimates suggest you'll see the DCN693M1 and DCN693B in-stock by early summer.

    So, would you give this cordless nailer a try? Let us know what you think.

    ~The Team At Nail Gun Depot

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  • Q & A: The Difference Between Brad vs. Finish Nails

    Question: "What's the difference between a brad nail and a finish nail? Which one is the best choice for my job?"

    Answer: To start, let's consider the differences between brads (brad nails) and finish nails.

    Brad nails are formed from a fine 18 gauge wire, which means they are smaller in diameter and typically have less holding strength. The benefit to an 18 gauge brad is its size. Thanks to a smaller head and diameter, brad nails are easier to conceal in small pieces of wood trim. With a smaller head size, it's possible that the insertion point may not even need to be concealed with wood putty. Their size also helps prevent surface splitting, which could occur if the fastener is too large for the material it is being nailed into. In other words, 18 gauge brad nails provide a cleaner look without extra touch-up.

    Senco Brad Nails

    The downside to a brad is its holding power. Finish nails are made from heavier 15 or 16 gauge wire, which means they can handle a greater payload. For larger trim, such as baseboards or crown molding, a finish nail is more suitable. Because it leaves a more visible hole in the surface, a fully driven finish nail almost always requires followup attention - which includes being puttied over to conceal the "shiner" [a term representing the exposed insertion point of a nail]. In all, the finish nail offers increased support and withdrawal resistance versus the brad nail, making it the better choice when installing larger trim and woodwork.

    Senco DA Finish Nails

    According to SENCO, "The initial tool purchased by most consumers is typically some kind of brad nailer for attaching finish molding. Most who have used a hammer to drive small brads know the frustration when these nails bend - not to mention the possibility for damage if using too much force. The brad nailer makes these small trim jobs a breeze, with high-quality results."

    Brad vs. Finish Nail Comparison

    The fact is, most carpenters use a combination of finish and brad tools. If you're just getting started, it's probably best to compare your application against the tools you are considering. From there, consider the tool that will suit your overall needs best.

    Want more on these tools and their applications? Be sure to check out our video on brad vs. finish nailers, or you can read more from the Nail Gun Network.

    ~The Team At Nail Gun Depot

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  • A New Way To Do Decking - Senco's Deck Clip System

    It's finally time to shed the winter layers and get back outside. For many, the start of May means the start to decking season - and depending on Winter's wear and tear, that might also mean it's time to give your deck some much needed TLC. If you're considering upgrading your deck, there's a new product on the market you don't want to miss - Senco's Mantis hidden deck clip system.

    Senco Mantis SHD150XP

    A relatively new concept to the deck building industry, hidden fastening systems are leading an increasingly popular trend in decking. The new Senco-Mantis system is no exception.

    Senco Mantis Deck Clips

    Senco's system can be utilized in two ways, either by driving individual screws into their respective Mantis deck clip (with use of screwdriver motor), or by using the all-new SHD150XP (9D0001N) collated nailer, which drives 1-1/2" collated reversible fasteners into the Mantis hidden deck clip.

    Senco Hidden Deck System

    Designed for use with composite, PVC and other grooved deck boards, Senco's hidden deck fasteners employ a three-clip system. A starter clip is used to get the first board locked into place, which then allows the Mantis clip to secure all remaining boards into position. When reaching the final board, finishing clips complete the installation.

    Senco Deckclip Installation

    For those that opt to use the collated fasteners, the Senco SHD150XP looks like most other paper tape nailers, but is designed specifically for use with this Senco deck clip system. A patented EZ slide attachment will guide and align the Mantis deck clips into their proper place. When compared to conventional installation equipment, the SHD150XP is easier to handle - and improves productivity up to 80 percent. This pneumatic decking gun also features an industrial strength magnet to keep the deck clip in place, dry-fire lockout, sequential actuation, tool-free adjustable exhaust reflector and adjustable rafter hook. Bundle that with a five-year limited warranty to keep your tool on the job.

    Senco 9D0001N Deckclip Nailer

    Watch a quick demo video on Senco's Mantis hidden deck system by clicking here.

    So, do you think hidden decking systems are the future? Let us know your thoughts in the comment feed below!

    ~The Team At Nail Gun Depot

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