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SENCO® SHFS200 Wins Industry Innovation Award


CINCINNATI (October 27, 2014) – For a second straight year, SENCO has been named a Pro Tool Reviews Innovation Award winner. A panel of judges representing tool professionals from across the United States weighed in on entries from top global manufacturers, and the SENCO SHFS200 flooring stapler was selected as the leader in the pneumatic stapler category.

Here’s what the judges had to say about this new flooring nailer, “There is a lot we love
about the Senco SHFS200. Simple tool-free change between 1/2 inch and 3/4 inch
flooring is a start. The non-marring base plate is outstanding for easily setting up
the tool to nail correctly every time. This flooring nailer made installing our pine
floor a breeze.”

The SENCO SHFS200 is a professional-grade, mallet-actuated hardwood flooring
stapler that supplies best-in-class power with 547 inch-pounds at 100 PSI and uses
1” – 2” 15.5 gauge, ½” crown staples with a magazine capacity of 102 fasteners. At
21-1/2” in height, users find it easier and more comfortable to use while providing
increased control.

When coupled with SENCO’s made in the U.S.A., class 1 galvanized staples
featuring an innovative coating that spans the fastener up to the crown, the
SHFS200 system offers better drivability coupled with increased holding power.
Because each staple grips the wood with two prongs, staples provide a tighter initial
grip than cleat nails.

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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- and battery-powered
nailers, staplers and screwdrivers are available through professional distribution outlets in
more than 40 countries. The company proudly manufactures more than 1,000 styles, types
and sizes of fasteners in its Cincinnati, Ohio facility.