Axminster Air AWHP Headless Pinner
Axminster Air AWHP Headless Pinner
£42.46 (£35.38 Ex. VAT)

Axminster Air AWHP Headless Pinner

Code: 010016

  • Drives 24 gauge headless pins up to 20mm long
  • Fast fixing of mouldings, decorative trim, glazing bead, etc
  • Almost invisible holes left behind nail
  • Lightweight and comfortable for all day use
  • Suitable for use with small compressors
  • Supplied with 1/4" BSP Quick Release bayonet fitting
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£42.46 (£35.38 Ex. VAT)

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Frequently Bought Together

  • Axminster Air AWHP Headless Pinner
  • Axminster 24 Gauge Headless Pin - 12mm (Box 10,000)
  • 18mm Firing Pin for Axminster Headless Pinner
  • Axminster Air AW50N 18G Brad Nailer
Total: £126.51
Description

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Axminster Air 3 Year Guarantee

This lightweight trade-rated air tool, which drives 24 gauge headless pins from 12mm to 20mm long, is great for furniture, mouldings, decorative trim and glazing beads. It has a 1/4" BSP female fitting and is suitable for use with smaller compressors. Supplied with a 1/4" BSP Quick Release bayonet fitting. Details of suitable airlines and fittings can be found in the Airline Fittings section.

Firing pins for this pinner are available in two sizes. 18mm piston head size for pre 2015 models (100140) and 22mm piston head size for post 2015 models (101805).

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Specification

Specification

Air Consumption 4cfm
Inlet 1/4" BSP
Load Capacity 100 nails
Model AWHP
Nett Weight 0.8kg
Operating Pressure 95psi
Rating Trade
Reviews (10)

Customer Reviews

Overall rating 4.3 out of 5 based on 10 reviews

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Noel Thomas

13 June 2017

Excellent tool, it's basic, but does all that is required

I was initially put of by it being advertised as 24 gauge, when the standard appears to be 23. Thinking about the difference, 0.06mm, I thought this can't really matter.
A quick call to 'technical' confirmed that either can be used, and the order was placed.

I use PCL XF air line fittings and set about changing the 1/4" BSP fitting supplied with the tool. All that happened was that the end of the gun unscrewed instead of the coupling. Fortunately I have a vice with padded jaws and with the aid of a suitable deep socked I was able to unscrew the coupling. Examination of the threads showed a thread lock product had been used during assembly, and as the webpage suggests the coupling can be changed, makes it unnecessarily difficult.

Once done and set up, the tool worked perfectly and made the construction of a vacuum sanding box a doddle.

The plastic box is good, my only suggestion is that it would be a lot more useful if it had space for one or better still two boxes of pins.

I would also recommend purchasing a box of the 12 and 20mm pins Axminster stocks.

All in all well pleased
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Sid

15 February 2017

Nice

The only thing wrong with this nailer is the opening catch sticks out to much and if you lay it on its side on the bench opens the carrage and the pins fall out and maybe the trigger safety needs to be more positive on or off and not floating about where it wants too.
Great little nailer otherwise good value.
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mark

19 November 2016

Does The Job

I bought this for fixing glass beading in cabinet doors. While it does work well and sinks the pins nicely it has a very annoying problem. It fires 3-4 pins ok, then the carriage slides open. I'm holding the beads/work piece with one hand then I have to stop work to close the carriage. Further more I have to hold the internal sliding bit in to re close the carriage. This means a simple job takes much longer than it should. I also have the axminster 18g brad nailer which is fantastic, so a little disappointed with this one.
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Parquet Kev

17 September 2016

great value but would pay a little more for certain features

had this for over 2 years now and its still going well and i punish it laying 10mm parquet as a professional wood floor layer!
It is stupidly cheap compared to other makes of headless pinner.
But i have some gripes that i would happily pay a bit more to get such as better safety catch on trigger as the one on there was pointless and fell off anyway after a while making it a bit dangerous as it can be triggered by picking it up if you're not careful. Also would like to be able to fit 2 runs of pins in to the loading area as this only fits 1 unlike others on the market and runs out quick.
If they could do this at a moderate increase in price it would be the best value in the world at pro/trade standard!
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C,M,Buckingham

14 January 2015

Excellent must have tool

Having struggled with a pin punch and tack hammer for years I thought it about time to buy one of these, there is no going back, I have used this little gun on so many projects it has become an essential tool for me, jobs are now easy that would have been a chore in the past, all I have had to replace is the striker assembly, and I have fired it thousands of times.
The one BIG grouse I have is with the safety catch! this is an awful afterthough thing which I am sure most people will tear off and discard, which is not good with this tool, all that is required is a simple turn key valve on the incoming air supply, then it would be completely safe.

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