A framing nailer is a heavy-duty tool that pounds nails into various materials such as plywood or concrete. These tools can be powered by compressed air or electric battery. As the name suggests, framing nailers are used for joining pieces of material such as wood together to create a stable structure or frame. However, they are an extremely versatile tool, and their usage cannot be limited to framing projects like decking or fencing. They also come in handy in projects involving tough surfaces like concrete or plaster.
What types of motors are available for products within RIDGID Framing Nailers?
Nail Guns can have a brushed, brushless or air motor, and the primary difference lies in the mechanism through which the motor powers the tool. Brushed tools use carbon brushes to power the motor mechanically. On the other hand, brushless motors do not have brushes and use an electronic circuit board with magnets to spin the rotor. Between the two, brushless motors last longer, require less maintenance and are also more efficient. The third type, air motor, produces rotary power from a compressed air system and is very powerful and energy-efficient. Within RIDGID Framing Nailers we carry 23 brushless models.
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