Air Nail Gun
Air Nail Gun

Air Nail Gun

✔ More than 20 years of Experience in Tools industry
✔ Own Factory Enables Cost Competitiveness and Production Flexibility
✔ Good quality, Low MOQ, fast delivery
✔ 2 in 1 Brad&Stapler nail Gun
✔ Ga18 Nailer, Humanized design, operation stability
✔ Compact, lightweight design for continuous use
✔ ODM&OEM air impact wrench Service Available
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Product Details ofAir Nail Gun

SHALL 8 GA Air Nail Gun and Crown Stapler gun,2 in 1, 18 Gauge Pneumatic Brad Nailer, 1800 Counts Brad Nails (3/8", 1-1/4") and Narrow Crown Staples (1/2", 1-1/4") Included, for DIY Project, Upholstery

18 Gauge Pneumatic Brad Nailer


Air Nailer are widely Applications, a great ideal for wood working, upholstery Installation, flooring, molding, roofing, picture framing, door and window installation. Perfect for DIY projects ,building pet houses.

Air Nailer are widely Applications

Why Choose SHALL Air Nail Gun?

✔ 2 in 1 pneumatic stapler / air nail gun,Multiple tool-free settings make this nail gun easy to use.

✔ Heat treated aluminum Housing.

✔ Selective actuation switch for convenience.

✔ Tool-free precise adjustable depth of drive.

✔ Comfortable over-molded rubber grip.

✔ Comfortable body design for better balance and control.

✔ 360° adjustable exhaust cover deflector.

Why Choose SHALL As Your Supplier?

✔ More than 20 years of experience in the tools industry

✔ Full range of tools, power tools, power tools accessories, garden tools, hand tools, tools set, Hardware, Automotive accessories, Fastener, etc. More than 10,000 items, can satisfy all the tools requirements, bring wide market benefits to customers

✔ Professional R&D and Sales Service Team

✔ Self-owned factory with competitive and reasonable price, lifting our production quality

✔ High quality production and design standards for safe and reliable use. Built to international standards CE/GS/EMC/ETL/ROHS/UL

✔ ODM&OEM Customization services

✔ Strict Quality Control

✔ Low MOQs, fast delivery


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Air Nail Guns For Sale

Framing Nailer

Framing Nailer

Ga11-8, φ2.87- 3.33mm RHF9021

Coil Siding Nailer

Coil Siding Nailer

φ5.5- 5.7mm

Operation Pressure: 5.8-8 Bar 85-115 Psi

Loading Capacity: 300-350pcs

Industrial Nailer

Industrial Nailer

Ga14, φ2.2mm/ Ga16, 1.4x1.6mm/Ga18, 1.05x1.25mm

Medium Crown Stapler

Medium Crown Stapler

Ga16, 1.4x1.6mm

Ga20, 1.20x0.60mm

Narrow Crown Stapler

Narrow Crown Stapler

Ga20, 1.20x0.60mm

Ga21, 0.90x0.70mm

Ga22, 0.75x0.55mm

Headless Pin Nailer

Headless Pin Nailer

Ga23, 0.64mm

Load Capacity:100pcs

Nail Gun Buying Guide

What is a nail gun?

A nail gun, nail gun or nailer is a form of hammer used to drive nails into wood or other materials. It is usually driven by compressed air (pneumatic), electromagnetism, highly flammable gases such as butane or propane, or, for powder-actuated tools, a small explosive charge. Nail guns have in many ways replaced hammers as tools of choice among builders.

What is a brad nail?

Brad nails, or brads, are made of 18-gauge steel wire. Nail gauge sizes indicate the thickness of the nail. Thinner nails have higher gauge numbers. In addition to being thinner than standard nails, they also feature a smaller head. The slender profile of brad nails helps to prevent splitting on delicate material.

What is the working principle of pneumatic nail gun?

The gun body is composed of gun body, cylinder, balance valve, switch assembly, firing pin assembly (gun tongue), buffer pad, gun mouth, gun groove, etc. The difference between compressed air and atmospheric pressure is used to make the firing pin (piston) through the trigger switch. Reciprocating movement in the cylinder;

The clip part is composed of gun head, gun cover, fixed clip, movable clip and other accessories. The nail is sent to the groove of the gun cover through the compression spring or tension spring. When the firing needle comes out of the gun mouth, the nail is driven out.

Is a nail gun better than hammering?

Nail guns are powerfully driven forces that can get you working through a job quickly and fairly efficiently. They may not always be accurate for the jobs you need them to be on, however. Hammers have been around for as long as humans have, and have proven to be an effective design.

nail gun vs than hammering

How many Types of Air Nail Gun?

The 9 main types of Nail Guns:

1. Air Stapler Guns

2. Brad Nail Guns

3. Pin Nailer

4. frame nail gun

5. Siding Nailers

6. roofing nail gun

7. Flooring Nail Guns

8. Finishing Nails Guns

9. Palm Nailers

How Many Nail Guns Should I Have?

Quality counts when it comes to nails guns, meaning that a thoughtful purchase is necessary. We believe that having a few different varieties to start can suffice, and these are our top three picks for your starter kit:

✔ A pneumatic stapler gun : The versatility this allows, as well as the varying strengths of staples you can choose makes this an ideal starter tool.

✔ A framing gun: We believe that a heavy-duty option is essential, and this is likely your best bet. Any difficult projects need the strength and hold of this tool.

✔ A brad gun: As far as lighter projects go, the brad gun lies somewhere between the pin gun and a finishing gun. As such, we think it’s optimal for when you need a smaller nail with a good hold.

Choosing the right gun for your needs doesn’t have to be difficult, so long as you’re aware of your different options. We hope our guide will help you make the perfect choice for all of your future projects.

How do I choose a Air nailer Gun?

Different types of nail guns can be used with different nail lengths. A typical brad nailer, for example, shoots nails that are 3/8 inch to 1 1/4 inches in length, while a larger framing nailer typically shoots nails from 2 to 3 1/2 inches in length. For woodworking projects, a brad nailer is a good choice.

What's the Difference Between a Brad Nailer vs Finish Nailer?

The main difference between these two different nail guns is the size of the nail they shoot. The lower the gauge number, the thicker the nail. The brad nailer fires 18 gauge nails, and the finish nailer fires 16 gauge nails.

Brad Nailer vs Finish Nailer

Which is better 16 or 18 gauge nail gun?

With a thickness of 0.0625-inch, 16-gauge finish nailers can hold better when compared to 18-gauge brads. It is supplied in lengths of 1 to 3.5-inch. 16-gauge finish nails are perfect for dense pieces of wood.

How to use the air nail gun?

1. Before starting work, inject a small amount of lubricating oil from the air inlet to ensure the working performance and working life of the rivet gun.

2. Maintain the specified intake pressure. If the intake pressure is too small, the power of the riveting hammer will be reduced, not only the riveting efficiency is low, but also the rivet head may crack due to too many hammering times.

3. Press the button after the punch is on top of the rivet. Otherwise, the piston will move back and forth, which will consume a part of the energy, and the piston will hit the housing and damage the rivet gun.

4. Use the protective spring to connect the punch to the gun body firmly to prevent the punch from flying out and damaging people or products.

5. Hold the handle with the right hand, press the button with the index finger to start the rivet gun, and use the button to adjust the size of the compressed air to ensure the smooth operation of the rivet gun. At the beginning of riveting, due to the long rivet rod, the gap between the rivet rod and the rivet hole is large, and the rivet rod is easy to bend when hammered.

Therefore, the button should be pressed lightly to make the power of the rivet gun smaller. After the rivet rod is filled with the rivet hole, press again to increase the power of the rivet to quickly form the pier head. When the head is nearly completed, gradually loosen the button to prevent the pier head from hitting the pier head. is too low.

6. The tail of the punch is prepared according to the model of different rivet guns. It should not be used in combination to avoid damage to the parts and reduce efficiency.

7. The empty gun should not be shot at will during use to avoid damage to the parts.

Finishing Nailer vs Framing Nailer?

I hope that if you were on the fence as to what nailer you should buy, that this guide has been useful. In summary:

● Framing Nailer: For heavy duty projects like building construction, fencing and decks.

● Finishing Nailer: For light-duty works like installing decorative trims, window paneling, building furniture, cabinets, home improvement and small woodworking projects.

Is There A Nail Gun Without A Compressor?

The battery-powered motor drives a piston that compresses air and this is released to drive the nail home. Electric nail guns in use without the problem of hoses and compressors to worry about.But the air tools that must need an air compressor to support working. For a air nailer gun, it must have a compressor.

Can a Air nail gun use any size nails?

Different types of nail guns can be used with different nail lengths. A typical brad nailer, for example, shoots nails that are 3/8 inch to 1 1/4 inches in length, while a larger framing nailer typically shoots nails from 2 to 3 1/2 inches in length. For woodworking projects, a brad nailer is a good choice.

How to use the air nail gun safely

1. Before using the tool, please read the manual carefully.

2. Please wear safety goggles and earmuffs to ensure safety.

3. Do not aim the gun mouth at the body to avoid injury.

4. Do not use flammable and explosive gases such as oxygen and gas as the power source of the tool.

5. Please use the nail specifications correctly to avoid jamming and damage to the tool.

6. Do not pull the trigger while stapling.

7. When the tool is out of use or repaired, be sure to remove the air connector and remove the unfinished nails in the magazine.

How to maintain the air nail gun?

1. Please add 1-2 drops of lubricating oil to the air joint before use to keep the internal parts lubricated and increase the work efficiency and tool life.

2. It is forbidden to shoot empty guns, empty guns will shorten the lifespan

3. Please keep the magazine and gun nozzle clean inside and outside without any debris or glue.

4. Water and dust in the air are the main reasons for the wear of the nail gun. The air compressor needs to be drained for a long time and an oil-water separator should be installed, and it should be cleaned frequently to avoid dust blockage, reduce the air pressure and affect the nailing effect.

5. If the tool does not work properly, please entrust the maintenance of the tool you purchased.

What Air Nail Gun Do I Need?

A air nail gun is a convenient pneumatic tool that reduces the manual effort needed to perform tasks like framing a home, tacking on a new roof, or installing baseboards.

The pneumatic nail gun uses the difference between compressed air and atmospheric pressure to make the firing pin (piston) reciprocate in the cylinder through the trigger switch, and the nail is sent to the groove of the gun cover through the compression spring or tension spring. hit out. It saves time and effort, is fast and efficient, and is deeply loved by decoration masters...

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Air Nailer Vs Electric Nailer

Air nailer also called pneumatic nailer uses air pressure to drive the nail. They are connected to a charged air compressor via an air hose. These are very powerful due to the amount of pressure that builds within the guns prior to firing. This is due to the pressure behind the piston that releases. After the trigger has been released, pressure builds back up to reset the piston and ready it for firing once again.

Electric nailer are subdivided into two separate categories, corded nailer and cordless nailer. Corded models need to be plugged into an outlet to operate are not as widely available anymore due to advances in technology that allow for powerful cordless options that most people prefer. A cordless electric nailer is powered by a rechargeable, lithium ion battery. These are very portable, and generally have a very acceptable run time before needing to be recharged...

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How To Choose An Air Nailer

When purchasing pneumatic nail gun, you can start from three aspects: low noise, rebound force and small air consumption. You can judge the noise level by listening to the sound. When adding nails to wood, you can feel the rebound force. The smaller the better. When nailing, you can observe and listen to the amount of air escaping from the gun head. The less the better. There should be no scratches and burrs on the surface.The best air nailer the more exquisite the work is.

Air nailer stapler gun have diffrent size and type.For example size with 18 gauge 2 in 1 air nailer stapler,15 gauge air nailer,16 guage air nailer,18 gauge air nailer,2 in 1 flooring air nailer stapler,3 in 1 air nailer,15g air nailer,21 angle full head framing air nailer,23 gauge air nailer.Type with Roll nail gun, plastic row nail gun, code nail gun, straight nail gun, mosquito nail gun, C-shaped gun, clip nail gun, spring fixed gun, etc...

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How Does An Air Nailer Work?

Air nailer is a common pneumatic nailing equipment in construction, decoration, packaging, furniture production and other fields. It is powered by compressed air and uses the principle of impact cylinder to shoot nails at high speed.

The inside of the air nailer gun adopts safe air pressure, does not consume fuel, no any pollutants in the exhaust gas. It is a high-speed automation tool for safety and environmental protection,also widely used in industrial production and home decoration.

Let’s figure our today how an air nailer work...

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How To Oil Air Nailer

The Air nailer has pistons which help the nails to go through woods. The pistons are moving parts, and they will cause frictions while working. Therefore, regular oiling is necessary if you want to reduce the friction of those pistons. That is because, with less friction, the nail gun will work accurately.

How Often Should I Oil My Air Nail Gun?

You definitely need to oil it before using it. And if you’re working on an extended project, oil the tool before you start working and again mid-way through the day (after a lunch break, for instance)...

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Buying Guide For The Best Air Nailer For Woodworking

The commonly used air nail guns for woodworking include F30 straight nail gun, st64 steel nail gun, air steel nail gun, F25 grain nail gun and u1030 steel nail gun. Air nails include steel nails, needle nails and U-shaped nails. Generally, these types are mixed. You should use them according to your work requirements to see what types will be used...

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Types Of Air Nailer And What Size Air Nailer For Framing

Air nailer, known as nail guns, have changed the way builders work, are as common on the job site nowadays as circular saws and cordless driver/drills. These handy tools use compressed air to hammer or shoot nails into wood. Typically, air nailers are dedicated to specialty uses, such as framing and sheathing, finish, or roofing.

Before Use an Air Nailer, there Are Some Things to Consider,as Follows: things to Consider...

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How To Choose The Best Air Nailer Manufacturer

Before you start searching for an air nailer manufacturers, you should have a clear idea of the air nailer you want to sell.

If possible, your product should already be designed or even have a sample plate,you should know its materials, dimensions and functionality you envision. If you’re not sure how to approach this, you can always find an engineer to help you flesh out your idea...

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