This is a heavy duty on-site-use nailer, just the job for trusses, decking, framing and sheeting. Exceptionally light and strong due to its magnesium alloy casing. The FN2890D Framing Nailer fires collated 28° clipped head nails from 50mm to 90mm with a diameter from 2.9mm minimum, to 3.3mm maximum. The nailer has a fast loading magazine with load sight and maximum capacity of 84 nails (2 strips). It's handle has a rubberised grip for user comfort, especially useful for shock absorbing and a variable position air exhaust vent. Supplied with 2 triggers to allow single action firing only (to prevent a double firing) or the faster bump feed firing action. Also comes supplied in a sturdy case with safety goggles, service tools and lubrication oil.
Please note that this nail gun requires a compressor capable of delivering 7cfm minimum. The tool has a 1/4" BSP female inlet; refer to the Airline Fittings section for details of suitable airlines and fittings.
|Load Capacity||84 Nails|
|Overall L x W x H||215 x 82 x 135mm|
19 April 2014
great time saverhad a timber framed garage and shed to build and this was a great help at getting the job done in a fraction of the time,
8 September 2011
cant fault itStraight out of the box this tool did what I needed it to do. We made 60 scenery flats using CLS timber on its first outing and its was a dream to use. At the end of the day it reflects good value for the money and works well. I didnt have any issues with the magazine....... Its a big framing nailer !!
7 May 2011
Great Product poor backupI bought this product to build a number of timber frames and so far it has served me well. My only gripe is the lack of information with the nailer. I wanted to adjust the nailer but after calling technical due to lack of instructions I am no further forward. I feel the lack of technical information on this product could cause people to dabble and put themselves at risk of injury.
26 April 2011
Good valueI bought this when I was erecting a stud wall. It's absolutely great with loads of power. Build quality is okay - not as good as the Bostitch 18ga nailer I've got - but certainly fine for occasional use. As other reviewers have said, the magazine is massive and gets in the way but overall a good bit of kit.
Mr Hugh Edwards
1 January 2009
Time SaverI have only used it for a week and can say its a great piece of kit. I cannot comment on its robustness but time will tell.