Senco offers new construction stapler

Senco offers new construction stapler

CINCINNATI, Ohio, September 25, 2012– Senco® Brands has expanded its line of pneumatic construction staplers with the introduction of its SNS200XP for driving 16- and 17-gauge, 7/16″ crown, 1″ to 2″ staples.

The new stapler offers greater durability and power for use in a variety of applications, including sheathing, furniture framing, roof decking, sub-flooring, crate and box assembly, pallets, cedar shingles, furring, metal tie-down straps, fascia and soffits, and ridge beam assembly.

“The SNS200XP has been engineered for maximum efficiency and precision, and it’s well-balanced and ergonomically designed for all-day use,” said Joe Knueven, product manager for Senco’s pneumatic tools. “It weighs just 5.3 pounds, yet it’s 15 percent more powerful than other professional construction staplers in its class because of its high-speed motor design.”

Operating at 70 to 120 psi, the SNS200XP is equipped with a high-capacity, all-metal magazine that holds 160 staples. The magazine’s innovative removal mechanism provides a clean, narrow site line for precise staple placement into all substrates. In addition a precision-machined drive track prevents jamming.

A dual-action trigger allows continuous “bounce” firing along a work surface at a rate of more than 10 staples per second for high-volume production. Other convenience features include an open magazine design for monitoring fastener level; tool-free adjustable depth of drive; long, narrow nose for access to tight corners; rotatable belt hook; and a soft comfort grip to reduce vibration and fatigue.

The SNS200XP carries a limited five-year warranty and a MSRP of $239. For more information visit


About Senco Brands, Inc.
Senco Brands, Inc. manufactures a broad line of air-, battery- and gas-powered tools, including nailers, staplers and screwguns, for professionals involved in wood-to-wood construction and remodeling and a variety of industrial applications. Its tools are available through professional distribution outlets in more than 40 countries. The company also manufacturers more than 750 types, styles and sizes of fasteners in its Cincinnati, Ohio facility.