Gain excellent performance with heavy duty Bostitch 28 degree stick nailers. The F28WW framing nailer performs great in construction, industrial, packaging and shipping environments. Order wire collated 28 degree nailers online at packagingandfastening.com today. We carry more of your air framing nailer solutions! Ask Us!...
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Buy air stick framing nailers, sheathing nailers, pallet nailers and pneumatic stick nailers for construction online. The Bostitch F28WW is also used for siding, trusses and bridging. This pneumatic nailer also fastens wood to masonry, engineered lumber, fencing and exterior decks.
|Collation Type:||Wire Weld|
|Dry Fire Lockout:||no|
|Fastener Type / Gauge:||28 degree wire weld|
|Firing / Acutation Mode:||Sequential with Contact Trigger Included|
|Length:||2 - 3 1/2 in|
|Driving Power:||1050 inch lbs.|
|Power to Weight Ratio:||138|
|Magazine Angle:||28 Degree|
|Magazine Loading:||Bottom Load|
|Operating Pressure:||80 -120 psi|
|Tool Height:||14.25 in|
|Tool Length:||20.0 in|
|Tool Weight:||7.6 lbs|
|Thread Fitting Type:||1/4" NPT|
Important - You and others working around you instructions provided on the tool and in the operations manual. Used properly, these tools provide easy, safe and efficient methods for driving nails. Contact Trip - best suited for high volume rapid fastening where exact placement of the fastener is not important. Sequential Trip - best suited when rapid fastening is not needed or when exact fastener placement is important. Evaluate your application to determine the correct tools.
F-series framing nailers allow users to decide which type of firing mode best suits their needs. A sequential trigger comes standard on each unit; however, it includes an additional trigger that converts the tool into either a “Smart mode” or “contact trip mode.” The exclusive Smart Trigger operates in contact (bump-fire) mode when the trigger is pulled before the nose is depressed; however, it drives nails individually if the nose is depressed before the trigger is pulled. This minimizes the recoil effect that sometimes causes double firing.