About this item – MAK/AT1225BZ
- Accurate and precise.
- Durable and lightweight die-cast housing.
- 360-degree multi-direction exhaust ports.
- Rubber handle.
- Uses 21 gauge staples from 13/32” to 1” (10 mm to 25 mm), crown size 1/5” (5.1mm).
Item Includes with MAK/AT1225BZ
Oil Supply, Hex Wrench.
Technical Specification of MAK/AT1225BZ
|Operating air pressure||60 PSIG (4.5 kgf / cm² G)|
|Staple size||Crown: 11.95 mm (1/2”)|
|Width: 0.95 mm (0.037”)|
|Thickness: 0.66 mm (0.026”)|
|Length : 10 – 25 mm (13/32” – 1”)|
|Overall length||250 mm (10”)|
|Net weight||1.3 kg (2.86 lbs)|
General Details: A staple gun or powered stapler is a hand-held machine used to drive heavy metal staples into wood, plastic, or masonry. Staple guns are used for many different applications and to affix a variety of materials, including insulation, house wrap, roofing, wiring, carpeting, upholstery, and hobby and craft materials. These devices are also known as trigger tackers. There are generally three different types of staple guns distinguished by the power source used to operate the gun: manual, electric (From a cord or battery), and pneumatic (Compressed air). Power staple guns can set staples at a somewhat quicker rate than hand-powered models, but their main advantage is that they can be used continuously for hours with comparatively little fatigue.
Also, check out Pneumatic Staplers by Makita.