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Porter-Cable

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6 Gal. 150 psi Air Compressor and 16-Gauge Nailer Combo Kit

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  • Includes compressor, finish nailer, air hose, nails and belt hook
  • Oil-free pump eliminates need for maintenance
  • Easily portable at just 30 lbs.

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This Porter-Cable combo kit is ideal for crown moulding, staircases and interior trim work. Included in this combo kit is a C2002 6 Gal., 150 psi compressor, FN250SB: 16-Gauge 2-1/2 in. finish nailer, 25 ft. of 1/4 in. air hose with a coupler and plug, 2 in. length finish nails and belt hook accessory. The compressor features two regulated, factory-installed air couplers to easily support two users. Its body is made with steel for strength and has an upgraded shroud and console cover to protect its vital components. The compressor features an oil-free pump to eliminate the need for maintenance. The tank is designed to operate at 150 max psi.

  • 6 Gal. tank allows users to drive a large quantity of nails on a single tank charge
  • Innovative shroud allows for better protection and portability
  • 150 psi max allows users to drive more nails than a traditional 135 max psi compressor
  • 30 lb. weight allows compressor to be easily carried and stored
  • Compressor features a long life, oil-free, maintenance free pump for convenience
  • Porter-Cable high-efficiency motor on compressor for easy startup in cold weather or extension cord application
  • 120-Volt electric unit allows user to run compressor on standard household current
  • 10 Amp current draw allows use of compressor with a 16-Gauge or heavier extension cord (50 ft. or less)
  • FN250SB uses standard 16 Gal. finish nails from 1 in. to 2-1/2 in. long
  • Tool-free depth-of-drive adjustment with detents for proper setting of nail heads
  • Tool-free jam release mechanism for easy nail removal
  • 2.6 SCFM at 90 psi allows for quick compressor recovery time
  • Tool-free adjustable exhaust
  • A $350 value compared with if items are purchased separately
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Nailer used to install wood flooring?

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Reviewers keep saying they used this nailer to install wood flooring. But does this nailer's head fit well into T&G flooring? I looks like you just have to hold it in the right place (you hope) if you're using it for this purpose. Has anyone used this for T&G flooring?
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I used it to finish off the end row when installing 3/4in oak and it worked just fine.
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I haven't used and wouldn't use this nailer to lay flooring.
From many sq ft of laying 3/4" T&G flooring, you want a nailer designed for the job ... the fasteners are much more robust than 16 ga "nails" and they're consistently driven at the proper angle and proper depth.
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I did put down a floor with this compressor and gun, but I was unable to use the grooves to secure the floor, I set and filled the nails after putting the floor down.
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whats the difference between brad nails and finish nails

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Brad nails are smaller and typically used for things like trim while finish nails are a larger gauge and can be used to fasten floor boards and the like
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One way of looking at this is to say 'brad' nails is the size between 'pin' and 'finish' nails.
Pins nails have no heads and are meant to position and hold trim while glue dries.
Finish nails in 16 ga are medium-duty fasteners; great for attaching casings and heavy trim to cases; most/all are galvanized and have serious holding power by themselves.
Brad nailers/staples fall in between. Some will call Read More
One way of looking at this is to say 'brad' nails is the size between 'pin' and 'finish' nails.
Pins nails have no heads and are meant to position and hold trim while glue dries.
Finish nails in 16 ga are medium-duty fasteners; great for attaching casings and heavy trim to cases; most/all are galvanized and have serious holding power by themselves.
Brad nailers/staples fall in between. Some will call them finish nailers when were the nails are an inch or less.
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Brad nails and finish nails are both used in carpentry. Both are driven into the surface of wood materials through the use of air compressor-powered nail guns. Most of the time, brad nails are often called finish nails or finishing nails because their sizes do not really differ that much. A brad nail is the second-to-the-smallest nail that can be used in a nail gun. It has a gauge or thickness of 18 with Read More
Brad nails and finish nails are both used in carpentry. Both are driven into the surface of wood materials through the use of air compressor-powered nail guns. Most of the time, brad nails are often called finish nails or finishing nails because their sizes do not really differ that much. A brad nail is the second-to-the-smallest nail that can be used in a nail gun. It has a gauge or thickness of 18 with a 1.22 mm diameter, while finish nails have gauge numbers 15 and 16, with corresponding diameters of 1.63 to 1.83mm, respectively. With the differences in sizes and lengths come the differences in their uses or functions. Read Less
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Can it be used to inflate tires

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Absolutely
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No, the gauge nailer cannot be used to inflate tires.
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Is air pressure adjustable

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A complete user manual is available for viewing via a link on the product page in order to help you determine if this product will suit all of your needs.
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Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 54 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great Compressor/Nailer Combo I went to Home Depot to buy a nail gun to use for the wood base and door casing that I was changing out in my home. Originally, I thought that I was going to have to buy a compressor and nail gun separately. The associate that helped me was very knowledgeable and showed me this combo kit. A 16-gauge nail gun was exactly what I was looking for so for $199 I grabbed this and was out the door. This product works great. I have to admit, the fitting was leaking air where the hose connects to the nail gun. After every nail that I shot, I had to go to the tank and adjust the pressure back up so that I could shoot another nail. I took it back to the store and they swapped it out for another one. This one works great. The compressor is VERY easy to use, as well as the hose and the nail gun, especially for someone that had never used one before. So instead of borrowing one of these, I now own an awesome air compressor (that I can use to inflate my car tires) and an awesome nail gun. Highly recommended. July 12, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by awesome deal I built a privacy fence in our backyard this spring and this tool was invaluable to the process. I decided to buy instead of rent and couldn't be happier with this product. It will really come in handy for future projects. the only con I have is that it is a little loud at times but get ear plugs. May 3, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Awesome for fence lattice repair Awesome never used one and it was so easy find he'd job in record time. This is fantastic, I'm hooked April 3, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Gets the job done Very loud compressor (wouldn't expect otherwise) but lightweight and gets the job done. It has intuitive controls and helped me install 800 sqft of flooring with no qualms. Same goes for the finish nailer -- gets the job done. The only suggestion I'd have is for a little bottle of lubricating oil to be included as was with a floor nailer I bought separately. March 17, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Works Well I have been working on a project to install a hardwood floor and associated trim. I used the nailer for the trim and the portions of the floor that had to be top-nailed. I had no problems with the nailer jamming, and it was very simple to load and operate. The compressor also worked flawlessly and was easy to use. Make sure you properly drain it at the end of the day, as otherwise internal condensation could eventually rust it out. I also bought a Mumax flooring nailer from Home Depot on-line, which also worked without any issues during the flooring install. Even though it's possible I may never use the flooring nailer again, it was cheaper than renting one, and I didn't have to rush through the work to get a rental back. December 8, 2015
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by This B&D Unit is Fine for the Hobbyist The compressor: it's compact; draws 10 amps; regulator is smooth but slow; takes 3 minutes to pump the tank from 0 to 150 psig; biggest issue so far ... it produces noticeably WET air [even with the shop at 55F 45%RH] and to protect attached tools, I'll be installing a trap between the pump and the tank in addition to a few drops of oil in the gun; the pump works hard [about two dozen shots per 100-to-150 cycle]; label says to toss the unit after Year 2024 [I should be so lucky]. Labels implies it might be made in Jackson TN? The nailer: it's a chore to sink the provided 2" 16ga 'nails' below the surface 1/32" in soft pine at less than 100 psi [the gun's rated 70-100 psi] ... the piston on my older gun must be larger since it'll do this 'test' at 75 psi [the new gun is half the weight]; since I primarily will be using it to attach oak trim to casework with 1.25" nails, it should be okay; there's an included "belt hook" which I won't be using. Made in China. December 6, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great product! Happy husband My hubby mentioned this compressor by name so when I found the combo package with the nailer, I had to get it. Two shop items he's been needing at a good price and he absolutely loves them. Compressor charges quickly and runs like a dream. Very satisfied. January 19, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Works like it's supposed to I'm not much of a tool expert, actually the opposite. I used the compressor and nailer to finish a wood floor and quarter round trim. Both tools worked as they were intended. Not rocket science, but it was nice to try something new and not be frustrated by the tools. Less $ than renting, and I have them for future projects. December 31, 2013
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