Metabo HPT NR90AES1M (Formerly Hitachi) Round Head Framing Nailer, 2" to 3-1/2"
Box Count: 1
The Metabo HPT NR90AES1M (formerly Hitachi) air-powered, round head framing nailer, drives plastic collated strip nails from 2" to 3-1/2" in length. A new head guard design featuring exterior head bolts now allows for easier disassembly, reducing downtime for maintenance. Comes with five-year manufacturer's warranty. Box includes safety glasses.
At 7.5 lbs, this powerful Metabo HPT framing nailer is one of the lightest in its class. The NR90AES1M features a selective action trigger to easily switch between contact and sequential operation, two piece aluminum magazine to minimize repair expenses, sawtooth safety for maximum grip, and tool free adjustable depth of drive. The Metabo HPT NR90AES1M round head framing nailer is great for framing, sheathing, truss building, sub-flooring, decking, fencing and pallet assembly.
This item is identical to the Hitachi NR90AE(S1), and replaces the previous generation NR90AE and NR90AEPR. Learn more about Hitachi Power Tool's name change to Metabo HPT.
- Box Count 1
- SKU NR90AES1M
- UPC 717709023956
- Power Type Pneumatic
- Collation Type Plastic Strip
- Application Type Framing, Subfloor, Fencing
- Brand Metabo HPT
- Maximum Fastener Length 3-1/2"
- Condition New
- Case/Bag Included No
- Included In Box Safety Glasses
- Manufacturer's Warranty Five-Year Limited
- Item Width 4-9/10
- Special Features Open Nose Design
- Item Height 12-3/4"
- Item Length 20-3/4
- Magazine Capacity 64
- Country of Manufacture Taiwan
- Item Weight 7.5 lbs.
- Usage Type Exterior
- Minimum Fastener Length 2"
- Operating Pressure 70 to 120 PSI
- Firing Type Selective
- Air Inlet Size 3/8" NPT
- Air Consumption .09 SCFM
- Product Type Nailer
- Depth Control Yes
- Power Source Air
- Special Offer Available No
- Diameter Range .113" to .148"
- Product Degree/Angle 20-22 Degree
- Magazine Type Strip
- Fastener Type Framing Nail
Please note: do not use detergent oil or additives, these lubricants will harm the o-rings and other rubber parts.
- thanks - done thatTried to save money and bought two framing nailers that were cheap (under $100) and they both failed rather quickly. Had I bought the better one I would still have it. Now I am buying the third one, getting the good one.
- cheep green nailerHitachi made a nailer for homeowners and people that shop at the big box stores. Not up to their usual standard sometimes it fails to fire then takes a half of dozen tries then works great for a hour or two. If you are a pro spring for the better nailer and if not buy a different brand