CINCINNATI (July 26, 2013) — Senco® has won a Visionary Award for its next-generation Duraspin auto-feed screw systems at the 2013 Association of Woodworking & Furnishings Suppliers (AWFS) Fair in Las Vegas.
The AWFS Visionary Awards recognize innovation and leadership in product development for the woodworking industry. Entries were evaluated in five categories – environmental, ergonomics, safety, innovative technology and productivity.
A panel of judges selected a total of seven winners out of 66 new products submitted by 49 companies. Duraspin took top honors in the power tools category for innovation in productivity.
“Whether you’re installing cabinetry, drywall, subfloor, sheathing, wood or composite decking, or tackling metal to metal applications like roof decking, framing or wall panel construction, Senco’s Duraspin auto-feed screwdrivers increase productivity by at least 30 percent simply by eliminating the need to load and position individual fasteners,” says product manager Mike Desmond.
Senco recently updated the Duraspin line, introducing new corded and 18V Li-ion battery-powered models that can drive 200 to 700 1” to 3” long screws per charge, depending on the substrate. The tools come in one of two application specific speeds – either 2500 RPM or 5000 RPM. Other features include a tool-free screw length adjustment, a locking depth of drive adjustment and a patent-pending corner-fit feed system for better access and screw placement in tight spaces.
Visit www.senco.com for information on Senco’s full line of Duraspin auto-feed screw systems and to find a Senco dealer near you.
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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 auto-feed 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.