Collated nails

Collated nails

Collated nails

Collated nails

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Collated nails

Collated nails, also known as stripnails or coilnails, are nails that are joined together in a strip or band using a plastic or paper carrier. These nails are used in pneumatic nail tools, such as collated nail guns, which automatically feed and drive the nails with each stroke.

Here are some features and applications of collated nails:

  • Construction and Carpentry: Collated nails are widely used in the construction and carpentry industry for various applications. They can be used in building wooden structures, such as walls, floors, roofs, and for attaching framing, joists, beams, and sheet material.
  • Furniture Manufacturing: Collated nails are also used in the furniture industry for assembling and connecting wooden furniture components. They can be used for attaching seatings, backrests, armrests, legs, and other parts of furniture.
  • Wood Cladding and Finishing: Collated nails are suitable for attaching wood cladding, such as siding, baseboards, decorative moldings, and other finishing details. They provide a fast and efficient way to keep the cladding in place and ensure a strong connection.
  • Packaging and Pallets: Collated nails are also used in the production of wooden packaging, crates, and pallets. They ensure a strong attachment of the wooden planks and contribute to the stability and durability of the packaging materials.

Collated nails are available in various lengths, thicknesses, and finishes, depending on the application and the type of material being attached. The strips in which the nails are collated can vary in length and capacity, depending on the specific nail tool being used.

The use of collated nails offers benefits such as quick fastening, increased productivity, and fewer interruptions for nail reloading. Additionally, collated nails can be placed accurately and precisely, resulting in a uniform finish.