Yes, is good compressor. I used for to paint 2 gate and worked good.
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.
The DWFP55126 is a 10 amp , 60 Hz, 120V compressor.
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 stick with only name brand nails for your gun. Other usally dont work perfectly.
Put the unit against the wall with a price of rubber or thick cardboard between them
You "can" but small compressors struggle to keep up with high volume air tools that use constant streams of air like paint guns and impact wrenches ..... small compressors are more for nail gun applications ... A nail gun just uses a quick burst of air to drive a nail , paint sprayers , texture hopper , air driven impact wrenches use high volumes of air to operate ..... You CAN use it for impact wrenches , but your compressor will struggle to "keep up" with high volume air tools .... You really need a bigger motor and bigger air tank to run those kind of tools properly
The compressor will power most tools. The finish bailer and brad nailer would not use roofing nails. You need a larger flat head nail and a special nail gun.
I do not think your 1000-watt inverter will be capable of supplying enough AC electrical power to run this unit. In a perfect world, this unit will still draw at least 1200 volt amps (not Watts since this is an AC motor) . In reality, the VA consumption is 25-60% greater than the wattage when a Power Factor (a measure of a motors efficiency when operating) is added into the calculation..
go to Home Depot and compare whatever you want , all the specs are written on the boxes ....