JAACO CORPORATION  

Redmond,  WA 
United States
http://www.jaaco.com
  • Booth: 532


NailPro® Ballistic Hardened Steel & Stainless Pins,Air Tools

NailPro Ballistic Pins (ICCES) & Air Tools for plywood to concrete/steel, cement fiberboard/stucco mesh to block/steel, drywall track to concrete and insulation board to steel

Brands: NAILPRO®


 Products

  • NPCN-7312
    Leave your Screw Gun in the Truck ! Cut installation Times in Half ! Attach Rigid Insulation to Concrete, CMU & Steel...

  • The most powerful air coil pin tool on the market, the NPCN-7312 is designed to drive ballistic pins into concrete, block, and steel. This is the only standard air tool on the market that has an operating pressure rated from 80psi to 175psi (normally 80-120 psi for other air tools).

    Attachments available to install NailPro 1 7/8” Poly Washers

    In addition, this tool drives any 15 degree wire coil nail from .099 to .145 shanks to 3 ½” lengths

    Typical Applications

    EIFS continuous insulation panels to concrete, block, steel, and wood with any of our poly or metal washers
    Lath to rigid insulation panels to concrete, block, or steel
    Plywood/OSB® to steel framing, concrete, and block
    Cement fiberboard siding or panels to steel framing, concrete, and block
    Zip Board® System R Sheathing
    Attach DensGlass® to heavier gauge steel, concrete, or block
    Attach 2 x 4 and 2 x 6 plates to concrete exterior walls

    Specifications

    Shank diameter 0.100" to 0.145" & 1-3/8" to 3-½" smooth or knurled  pins
    Adjustable Dial A Depth control to easily adjust for flush or slight set
    Nail Collation: 15 degree wire
    Load Capacity: Up to 200 pins
    Weight: 8.5 lbs
    Operating pressure: Up to 175psi

  • NPCT-3040
    NPCT-3040 Concrete Track Pin Tool, A Specialty Tool that Saves HUGE Time & Labor...

  • A light and powerful tool that attaches multiple materials to concrete and steel. It comes with a patented 0 deg. plastic collation. Ballistic pins for this tool are available in smooth and knurled shanks. A sequential fire system allows the use of washer attachments to install metal washers. The most common magnetic attachment holds our 1 ¼” MW114 metal stucco washers. When the tool is activated it drives the pin & washer to secure the stucco lath or mesh to block, concrete or steel. The simple dial a depth control assures the lath is secure to the wall.

    When working with plywood, cement board or backer board this feature allows for a flush or slight set.

    Typical Applications

    Stucco lath or mesh to block, concrete and steel
    Drywall track to concrete

    Hat cap channel to concrete and block
    Plywood underlayment to concrete and steel
    Tack-less carpet strip to concrete
    Plastic wrap to concrete, block, and steel
    Wood or metal furring strips to block or concrete
     

    Specifications

    Shank: 0.106"  drives from 1/2" to 1 1/2" X .106 Strip Pins      

    Long Magazine Load Available
    Dial-A-Depth Adjustment for easy flush set
    Nail Collation: 0 deg. plastic
    Load Capacity: 30-40 plastic strip pins
    Tool weight: 5.6 lbs

    Interchanges with many gas concrete pin tools.

  • NPCN-75
    The Most Versatile Pin Tool in Its Class...

  • One of our most popular air tools because of its size and power, this coil pin tool is designed to attach most siding materials to steel and wood framing. This tool drives ballistic pins or standard wire coil siding nails from 1 1/4" to 3" lengths. It can easily drive up to 12 gauge steel and comes with sequential fire. Its seismic force design and hurricane wind loads comply with current ICC-ES testing standards.

    One of the most typical applications is attaching lath with MW114 metal stucco washers to concrete, block, and steel. This tool also comes with Dial-A depth adjustment for flush or slight set. 

    In addition, this same tool can drive any 15-degree wire coil nails. For wood siding simply load .083 to .113 ring shank nails. For wood  applications load  3” x.131 coil framing nails.

    Typical Applications

    Lath to DensGlass® & SecuRock® to steel or block
    DensGlass® to steel
    Plywood to steel

    Cement board to steel
    Insulation panels to steel
    HardiePlank® to steel
    Lath to plywood and steel
    Regular wood to wood siding

    Specifications

    Shank Size for steel: 0.100", 0.145" Pins 

    Shank Size for wood: .083 to .131 siding or framing nails
    Length: 1 1/4" to 3"
    Nail Collation: 15 degree wire
    Load Capacity: 200 pins
    Tool weight: 7 lbs

  • NPCN-8350
    NailPro NPCN-8350 2” to 3 ½” Combo Roofing Coil Nailer...

  • NailPro introduces the first One of a Kind Roofing Coil combination tool.

    This multi task tool will usually get the job done in half the bid time of any screw system.

    One Tool Drives 3 different fasteners for multiple applications

    Roofing Nails – 2” to 3 ½”

    1 Hour Firewalls - Code requires a minimum 1 7/8” Roofing Nail

    2 Hour Firewalls - GP® Densglass now requires a minimum 2 3/8” Roofing Nail

    Rigid Insulation Panels for walls and roofs to wood - 2” to 3 ½” coil nails

    Lath to rigid insulation to wood – 2” to 3 ½” roofing nails

    Standard ridge vents - 2” X .120 roofing nails

    High Cap ridge vents - 2 ½” x .120 roofing nails

    Zip Board® R Sheathing to wood - 2” to 3 ½” roofing coil nails

    Ballistic Pins – 2” to 3 ½”

    EIFS Rigid Insulation Panels to steel framing

    Zip Board® R Sheathing to steel framing – 2” to 3 ½” Ballistic Pins

    ROXUL® insulation panels to steel

    Lath to rigid insulation to steel

    Framing Nails – 2 ½” to 3 ½” X .120 or .131 shank

    Any 15-degree wire coil framing nails for wood to wood applications

    Specifications

    Shank: 0.120", 0.131"
    Length: 2-1/2" ~ 3-1/2"
    Nail Collation: 15 degree wired
    Load Capacity: 120 nails
    Tool weight: 8.3 lbs


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