New Senco® SCP40XP Standard Pressure Pneumatic Concrete Pinner Delivers High Pressure Performance without the Proprietary High-Cost

CINCINNATI (February 1, 2012) – Senco, the leader in professional power fastening
technology, is introducing the SCP40XP 1½” standard pressure pneumatic concrete
fastening system to its product line-up.

The SCP40XP tackles tough concrete and steel fastening applications with the
power and speed of a high pressure nailer, but at a fraction of the cost of a
proprietary high pressure compressor system.

Instead, the SCP40XP works with conventional air compressors, hoses and fittings
on applications including drywall track, furring strips, hat channel and ceiling grid.

Designed to perform in extreme temperatures at any altitude, the SCP40XP’s highly
efficient motor drives ½” to 1½” long concrete and steel collated pins into concrete,
concrete block and steel with 66 foot pounds of energy – up to ten times faster
than competitive powder-actuated systems.

The tool’s lightweight, durable aluminum housing, low profile design and long
narrow nosepiece make it easy to maneuver in tight spaces. A patented trigger
selector gives the user control to switch between contact and sequential firing

Other convenient features include quick, two-step rear fastener loading, an exhaust
cap that directs air downward, away from the user, and a comfort grip to reduce
vibration fatigue.

The SCP40XP is backed by a five-year limited warranty and is available from Senco
professional tool distributors nationwide. For locations, visit

MSRP: $469

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About Senco

For nearly 60 years, Senco has been recognized around the world as the leading
name in fasteners and power fastening tools for use in wood-to-wood construction,
remodeling and a variety of industrial applications.

Senco’s comprehensive line of air-, battery- and gas-powered nailers, staplers and
screwguns are available through professional distribution outlets in more than 40

The company proudly manufactures more than 750 styles, types and sizes of
fasteners in its Cincinnati, Ohio facility.