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Simpson Strong-Tie Anchor Systems® Introduces New Cordless Gas-Actuated Nailer to Keep Jobs on Track

Simpson Strong-Tie Anchor Systems® Introduces New Cordless Gas-Actuated Nailer to Keep Jobs on Track

Pleasanton, Calif. - Gas-actuated fastening tools are used on job sites everyday because of their speed and reliability. Simpson Strong-Tie Anchor Systems® has launched its first gas-actuated nailer, the GCN150, a cordless fastening tool with a two-shot per second firing capacity.

 

Fast and efficient, the GCN150 is ideal for light-duty applications, such as fastening drywall track to concrete flooring, steel, CMU and metal decks. Other common uses include attaching hat channel, furring strips, drywall rack and plywood underlayment. The nailer is simple to load and use, and does not require operators to be licensed or certified. It features a 40-pin magazine and 1,200-shot fuel cell to maximize fastening time.

Since the GCN150 is cordless, it eliminates the need for compressors, hoses or an external power source. It also is lightweight, making it a portable as well as a versatile tool. To learn more about the GCN150 gas-actuated nailer, visit simpsonanchors

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