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Factory Reconditioned: 2 - 1/2 inch Angle Finish Nailer 35 degree (MODELS/COLOR MAY VARY)
Ideal tool for finish and trim work, which helps improve the value of your home. Whether you want to install molding or assemble cabinets, this nailer can help you finish the project faster and easier than traditional hammer and nails. It drives 1-1/4 inch to 2-1/2 inch length 15-gauge finish nails. Note that color may vary.
Use for trim work, interior molding, baseboards, paneling, cabinet assembly and installation
Drives 1-1/4 inch to 2-1/2 inch length 15-gauge finish nails
Patented trigger design lets you drive fasteners in either contact or single cycle mode for better tool control
Depth control mechanism for countersinking fasteners
Quick clear nose for easy access to jammed fasteners
This product is listed under the following manufacturer number(s):
Campbell Hausfeld NB3565MVRB NA
*Denotes a finish or option that has been discontinued
Soft Grip Handle
Nailers & Staplers
What is the minimum and max. air pressure it uses
A. REQUIRES: 1.8 SCFM with 10 nails per minute @ 90 psi. MAXIMUM PRESSURE: 110 psi PRESSURE RANGE: 70 - 110 psi
Will this work with other nail brands like bostitch and hitachi nails?
A. The Campbell Hausfeld NB3565MVRB will work with other brands.
what type of nails does it use. brad nail or standerd finishing
A. The Campbell Hausfeld NB3565MVRB uses the standard finishing nail
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