Yes you can. I use mine with a Porter Cable finish nail driver and a Porter Cable framing nail driver without a problem. If you're driving a bunch of studs in place, just let the compressor catch up after driving a bunch of nails, say about 5 studs.
The DWFP55126 is for use with pneumatic tools that require between 1-165 psi for operation.
Yes, is good compressor. I used for to paint 2 gate and worked good.
You can plug the compressor in. Longer it is plugged in, the fuller the tank will be (until completely full). You don't need to have the unit plugged in to provide air to the air line; until the tank is empty.
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The gauge number refers to the size of the nails that the nailer holds and shoots. 16 gauge nail is larger than the 18 gauge brad nails.
No, it is a brad nailer. Brad nailers only drive brads (finish nails), a stapler drives staples. I wouldnt use a narrow crown stapler for fencing. Just get galvanized fence staples and hand drive them.
I would suggest a larger compressor for sandblasting
No. I have a sprinkler system too, with 19 zones. This compressor has too much pressure and not sufficient volume. You need only 5-10 psi but lots of volume to blow out the sprinkler heads. The pros use a trailer mounted compressor like they use for jack hammers.
Put the unit against the wall with a price of rubber or thick cardboard between them