Metabo HPT NV65ANM (Formerly Hitachi) Coil Pallet Nailer, 1-1/2" to 2-1/2"
The Metabo HPT NV65ANM (formerly Hitachi) coil pallet nailer is designed to drive 15 degree 1-1/2" to 2-1/2" wire coil nails, from .090" to .099" in diameter. This pallet and crate building nail gun comes with a five-year limited warranty from the manufacturer. Bringing power, precision and convenience to the pallet manufacturing industry, this nail gun boasts a lightweight design at only 5.7 lbs. Capable of driving nails as large as 2-1/2” x .099 at a rate of 3 per second, the NV65ANM is both powerful and efficient.
Its side load magazine and open nose design offer convenience for reloading and jam removal, while the plastic shield offers safety, deflecting wire collation away from the user. Features such as the 360° adjustable air deflector and high capacity magazine bring convenience to any pallet manufacturing facility. The NV65ANM comes standard with a contact (bump) trigger installed on the tool and an optional sequential trigger and safety glasses in the box.
This item is identical to the Hitachi NV65AN. Learn more about Hitachi Power Tool's name change to Metabo HPT.
- Box Count 1
- SKU NV65ANM
- UPC 717709024212
- Power Type Pneumatic
- Collation Type Wire Weld
- Application Type Crating
- Brand Metabo HPT
- Maximum Fastener Length 2-1/2"
- Condition New
- Case/Bag Included No
- Included In Box Safety Glasses, Sequential Trigger
- Manufacturer's Warranty Five-Year Limited
- Item Width 5-13/64"
- Special Features Adjustable Air Exhaust
- Item Height 12-7/16"
- Item Length 12"
- Magazine Capacity 200, 300
- Country of Manufacture China
- Item Weight 5.9 lbs.
- Usage Type Interior
- Minimum Fastener Length 1-1/2"
- Housing Material Aluminum
- Operating Pressure 80 to 120 PSI
- Firing Type Contact
- Air Inlet Size 3/8" NPT
- Air Consumption .049 SCFM
- Product Type Nailer
- Power Source Air
- Special Offer Available No
- Diameter Range .080" to .099"
- Product Degree/Angle 15 Degree
- Magazine Type Coil
- Fastener Type Framing, Pallet Nail
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