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JoistPro 250XP
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JoistPro 250XP_35L

JoistPro™250XP

34°

2-1/2" Metal Connector Nailer

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The JoistPro™250XP is specifically designed for fastening pre-punched metal connection hardware into dense engineered lumber. This metal connector nailer is ideal for when code dictates larger nails are to be used, driving up to 2-½” metal connector nails through joist hangers, seismic and hurricane ties, and rafter straps. The innovative...
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JoistPro™250XP

2-1/2" Metal Connector Nailer

Features
1

Increased Power

To drive through the toughest substrates, including engineered lumber

2

Lightweight and Well-Balanced Design

Perfect for extended use on the jobsite

3

Innovative Nosepiece Design

Ensures accurate nail placement on each drive

4

Tool-Free Depth Adjustment

For consistent flush or countersunk drives

5

Dry-fire Lockout

Prevents dry firing and signals when to reload

6

Adjustable Rafter Hanger

For added accessibility and convenience

7

360° Adjustable Exhaust

Directs air away from the operator or worksurface

8

Ergonomic Overmold Grip

Reduces fatigue and increases control of the tool

Applications
  • Joist Hangers
  • Rafter Straps
  • Anchors
  • Hurricane Ties
  • Metal Framing

SPECIFICATIONS

  • Item #: 6K0001N
  • Tool Weight: 5.9 lbs (2.68 kgs)
  • Height: 14.1" (359 mm)
  • Length: 13.8" (350 mm)
  • Width: 4.3" (110 mm)
  • Warranty: 5 years
  • Technology: PNEUMATIC
  • Trigger Type: Sequential Actuation
  • Capacity: 20
  • Power Type: Pneumatic
  • Operating Pressure: 70 - 120 (PSI)
  • Operating Pressure: 4.8 - 8.3 (Bar)
  • Air Consumption: 4.1 (SCFM)
  • Air Inlet NPT: 1/4"
  • 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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