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A powered nail gun that fires 18-gauge brads is known as a brad nailer (small nails). To install casing and base trim up to 3/8 inches thick, woodworkers, particularly finish carpenters, employ brad nails.
The Global Cordless Brad Nailer market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
The 18V MultiVolt 18-Gauge Compact Brad Nailer by Metabo HPT was introduced as the newest model in the company’s series of cordless nailers. With a weight of only 4.4 lbs., this brushless cordless nailer is 30% more compact and 31% lighter than its predecessor, making it simpler to squeeze into small spaces and nail crown overhead for extended periods of time without becoming weary. With no ramp-up time, it can achieve a driving speed of three nails per second, saving crucial time and boosting production.
The launch of the new 18 Gauge 2″ Brad Nailer is proudly announced by Makita U.S.A., Inc., the industry innovator in power tools and accessories. The AF506 has better ergonomics and an integrated air duster to easily deliver air flow to clean work surfaces. For trim work, baseboard and crown moulding installation, cabinets, flooring, and other wood finishing applications, this new 18 gauge brad nailer has plenty of force.
A strong cordless brad nailer for professionals is the BN50. The best option for finishing construction tasks like panelling and installing skirting boards and trim. Using an 18 V Li-ion battery for power.
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