The GCN-MEPMAGKT gas-actuated concrete nailer is a portable fastener tool for attaching light-duty fixtures to concrete, steel, concrete block (CMU), lightweight concrete over metal deck, and cold-formed steel. As a magazine tool, GCN-MEPMAGKT is ideal for attaching drywall track, furring strips, hat track and angle track using GDP and GDPS collated pins.
GCN-MEPMAGKT offers you the flexibility of having two tools in one convenient package — a magazine tool and a single-shot tool, since the magazine is easily removed without additional assembly tools. As a single-shot tool, the GCN-MEPMAGKT is great for attaching mechanical, electrical and plumbing fixtures with pre-assembled pins/accessories such as washer pins, ceiling clips, tophats and threaded studs. The pre-assembled pins for the single-shot tool use 0.300"-headed fasteners with 0.125"-diameter shanks for stronger fastening performance.
– Length 12.5" (317.5 mm), 17" (432.8 mm)
– Tool weight: 6.6 lb. (3 kg), 8.3 lb. (3.7 kg) with magazine
– Height 15.3" (389 mm)
– Length: 1/2" (12.7 mm) to 1 1/2" (38 mm)
– Head diameter: 0.250" and 0.300"
– Shank diameter: 0.106" to 0.125"
Average number of shots per fuel cell: 1,200
Average cyclic firing rate: 2 shots per second
Average battery charge time (6V NiMH): 2 hours
Operation temperature range: 20°–120°F (–6°–49°C)
Magazine capacity: 42
Maximum fastenings before reloading: 40
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