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2-1/2” METAL CONNECTOR NAILER EXTENDED MAGAZINE

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  • Best-in-class power, designed to consistently drive through engineered lumber
  • Double length, provides less downtime and higher production rates
  • Innovative nosepiece design
  • Tool-free depth of drive
  • Dry fire lockout
  • Rugged, rotatable rafter hook
The JN91P2 delivers the power to drive 1-1/2” to 2-1/2” nails into the toughest substrates, including engineered lumber. The tool comes fitted with an extended magazine to hold two full racks of nails for less downtime and higher production rates. The nosepiece leads with a metal point to ensure accurate...
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2-1/2” METAL CONNECTOR NAILER EXTENDED MAGAZINE

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

Reduces tool wear and indicates the need to reload fasteners

7

Overmold Grip

Increases control of the tool

8

Extended Magazine

Capable of holding two racks of nails

Applications
  • Joist hangers
  • anchors
  • straps
  • metal framing

SPECIFICATIONS

  • Item #: JN91P2
  • Tool Weight: 7.92 lbs (3.59 kgs)
  • Height: 14.38" (365 mm)
  • Length: 19" (482 mm)
  • Width: 6.13" (155 mm)
  • Warranty: 5 years
  • Technology: PNEUMATIC
  • Power Source: Pneumatic
  • Capacity: 55
  • 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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