Framing nailers help minimise downtime 05 June 2024

DEWALT, a Stanley Black & Decker brand, has announced the new 20V MAX XR® Brushless Cordless 21º Plastic Collated Framing Nailer and 30º Paper Collated Framing Nailer, each delivering powerful performance in a wide range of applications.

Designed with an innovative flywheel, these nailers help minimise downtime between shots by allowing the tool to stay active after the trigger is released.

“Productivity is vital on the jobsite and the new DEWALT nailers will keep pros working at optimal efficiency with the new flywheel that eliminates ramp-up time between shots in rapid sequential mode,” says Tyler Knight, senior product manager, Stanley Black & Decker. “The nailers are lightweight and provide the convenience and mobility of cordless without the hassles of compressor and hose hook-up that extend setup and breakdown time.”

The nailers allow pros to install up to 530 sqaure foot of subflooring and complete up to 100 feet of wall framing per charge for enhanced productivity. Each model, DEWALT states, also drives nails up to 72% more sub-flush than previous nailer model.

The next-generation nailers are compatible with newly introduced optional extended magazines, DZN920 and DZN930, that are constructed from high-strength magnesium and hold two strips of nails. Users can align and drive up to 3½ inch nails at aggressive angles with the redesigned nose that is engineered for ‘toe nailing’ applications. With field serviceable springs and a driver blade, the nailers also require less delay inducing maintenance.  

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