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CODE: 553927

Fischer 16G Stainless Steel Nails – 63mm Angled No Gas

(2000 per pack)

Length: 63mm Gauge: 16 Finish: Stainless Steel (A2/304) Nail Type: Angled Supplied Without Gas Click here for Fuel Cells Suitable for use in cordless & pneumatic second fix brad nailers. T Head... Read more
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  • Length: 63mm
  • Gauge: 16
  • Finish: Stainless Steel (A2/304)
  • Nail Type: Angled
  • Supplied Without Gas Click here for Fuel Cells
  • Suitable for use in cordless & pneumatic second fix brad nailers.
  • T Head to give concealed fixings. Ideal for internal applications.
  • Shank Design: Low penetration resistance in to all materials.
  • Diamond Point for maximum penetration.
  • Manufactured to conform with EN792-13:2000 7.2.1a and comply with the requirements of all major tool manufacturers.
  • Stainless steel must be used where there is a corrosive environment and/or where the base material has inherent corrosive characteristics, eg: green oak or cedar.
  • Length: 63mm
  • Gauge: 16
  • Finish: Stainless Steel (A2/304)
  • Nail Type: Angled
  • Supplied Without Gas Click here for Fuel Cells
  • Suitable for use in cordless & pneumatic second fix brad nailers.
  • T Head to give concealed fixings. Ideal for internal applications.
  • Shank Design: Low penetration resistance in to all materials.
  • Diamond Point for maximum penetration.
  • Manufactured to conform with EN792-13:2000 7.2.1a and comply with the requirements of all major tool manufacturers.
  • Stainless steel must be used where there is a corrosive environment and/or where the base material has inherent corrosive characteristics, eg: green oak or cedar.