Porter-Cable 2 in. x 18-Gauge Glue 1M Steel Brad Nails are constructed from durable steel material and measure 2 in. long. These durable, glue-collated steel fasteners are built for indoor applications. Manufacturing a full line of power tools, equipment and accessories, Porter-Cable provides a product for every situation. From new home construction to building maintenance. From farms to upscale woodworking. Everyone from seasoned professionals to casual weekenders are putting Porter-Cable tools to work whenever they want the job done right.
|Assembled Depth (in.)||6.31 in||Assembled Height (in.)||.56 in|
|Assembled Width (in.)||2.69 in||Fastener Head Width (in.)||.048 in|
|Fastener Length (in.)||2.00 in||Nail Angle||0 degree|
|Nail Gauge||18 gauge||Nail Length (In.)||2 in.|
|Collation Material||Glue||Fastener Callout Size||18|
|Fastener Material||Steel||Fastener Type||Collated Finishing/Casing Nail|
|Features||No Additional Features||Finish Family||Metallic|
|Nail Coating||Bright Finish||Nail Head Style||Round Head|
|Nail Penny Size (d)||6d||Nail Type||Finishing/Casing Nail|
|Package Quantity||1000||Product Weight (lb.)||1.25 lb|
|Returnable||30-Day||Shank Type||Smooth Shank|
A: Yup, use it on all brands. Just check the length and Guage and make sure your gun can accept them
A: Yea it does. I use these with my ryobi nail gun.
A: These are compatible with DEWALT: D51238K, DC608K; Porter-Cable: BN200B. The specifications are 2 in. x 18-Gauge For use with 18-Gauge Brad Nailer. Please see your units requirements and compare for compatibility.
A: I use these and the Dewalt brand with a Hitachi brad nailer. I think they should work with any nailer that accepts 2 inch, 18 gauge brads.
A: Not recommended. Use 6d nails
A: These brad nails are finishing nails. Used them for baseboard trim in the kids bedroom. I would suggest torque screws, especially for outdoor applications for your patio
A: I would not, it’s more for small projects like trim, moulding and small furniture
A: Hi REWJ. The Brad Nails are ideal for fastening case corners, drawers, cabinets, picture frames, molding, and decorative trim. They are not recommended for outdoor siding. Thank you. Lee, PORTER-CABLE Social Media Team
A: I wouldn’t, too small, very small head.
A: I use different brands and the nailer works fine
A: Yes they will
A: The application of the nails is not limited specifically to PORTER-CABLE. However, you would need to contact the manufacturer of the nailer for specific compatibility,.
A: PS to my answer. Watch the pressure being used by your gun so they do not go too deep Good luck
A: The pin nails are ideal for fastening decorative molding, casing, and shoe molding.
A: You need to be more specific in what you are asking. If you mean a 3/4 inch 4/8 plywood panel, yes, but you need to use a lot of them if you want any structural support. However, they will hold it in place fine. If you mean tacking up something light, they will work fine. Make sure you have the right depth for what you are trying to hold up. Further, make sure you are putting them in a beam. Remember, these are not designed to replace nails or screws. However, they do not create large holes either. I would not use them to frame a house or major support structures. They are what they are and to be used appropriately.
A: The PBN18200-1 Brad Nails are to be used with 18-Gauge Brad Nailer
A: Just with the substance used to keep nails together
A: COLLATION TYPE Glue
A: Yes I did used the Brad nailer for baseboard by using 1& 3/4 “ or 2” nails!
A: I used them for that very purpose in a Ryobi 18V nail gun
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Nail Length (In.)
1 1/2 in.
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