A: You can't, they're manually installed the good old fashion way with a hammer, and sore thumbs
A: The staple gun these can drive is low-volt staple gun #MSG-301.
A: Hello and thank you for your question. These staples are unable to be used in a staple gun. Staple gun staples use an inline design, basically like an office stapler staples, and do not fasten using individual staples like our MSI-200JT. This style of staple is intended for hammering in. Our MPS-2125 is moreso used in a staple gun, MSG-501. This is a plastic staple, inline to use in a staple gun. For any further questions, please refer to our customer service at email@example.com
A: Yes you can stack wires and I use them specifically for this application.
A: Not in Mass.
A: If the package has a UL listing as acceptable for stacked installation, then yes. Keep in mind many municipalities do not allow this in their jurisdictions, listed or not. Legality aside, most professionals will not stack cable runs as it is considered unprofessional and lazy.
A: Yes you can. I wouldn’t go any more than 2 runs of romex due to staples not being long enough to hold 3 runs.
A: You could but it’s not correct. MC cable takes a metal clamp, however if it isn’t permitted you could use them. Problem is you run the risk of crushing the MC conductors hammering them down. I would definitely avoid using them if possible.
A: This product can be used with metal cable.
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