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2-1/2” METAL CONNECTOR NAILER

34°

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  • Best-in-class power, designed to consistently drive through engineered lumber
  • Single strip, allows for increased maneuverability in tight spaces
  • Innovative nosepiece design
  • Tool-free depth of drive
  • Dry fire lockout
  • Rugged, rotatable rafter hook
The JN91P1 delivers the power to drive 1-1/2” to 2-1/2” nails into the toughest substrates, including engineered lumber. This small and compact metal connector nailer fits easily between rafters and joists and the nosepiece design leads with a metal point for accurate nail placement into prepunched holes.

2-1/2” METAL CONNECTOR NAILER

Features
1

Lightweight and well-balanced

Compact design, maneuverable in hard to reach areas

2

Powerful

Drives through structural hardware into engineered lumber, like LVL or OSB

3

Nosepiece Design

Provides accurate nail placement into metal connector holes

4

Tool-free Depth of Drive

Quickly and easily set drive depth

5

Dry Fire Lockout

Reduces tool wear and indicates the need to reload fasteners

6

Rugged Rafter Hook

Rotatable, aluminum design keeps tool secure when not in use

7

Overmold Grip

Increases control of the tool

Applications
  • Joist hangers
  • Anchors
  • Straps
  • Metal framing

SPECIFICATIONS

  • Item #: JN91P1
  • Tool Weight: 7.53 lbs (3.41 kgs)
  • Height: 14.38" (365 mm)
  • Length: 14" (355 mm)
  • Width: 5.25" (133 mm)
  • Warranty: 5 years
  • Technology: PNEUMATIC
  • Trigger Type: Sequential Actuation
  • Capacity: 35
  • Power Type: Pneumatic
  • Operating Pressure: 70 - 120 (PSI)
  • Operating Pressure: 4.8 - 8.3 (Bar)
  • Air Consumption: 6.4 (SCFM)
  • Air Inlet NPT: 0.25"
  • Range: 1-1/2" - 2-1/2"

FASTENERS

Compatible Fastners
Type: 34° Metal Connector Paper Tape Non-Heat Treated Nails
Degree: 34°
Range: 1-1/2" - 2-1/2"
Collation: 34° Angled Strip
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