|Product Depth (in.)||1.4 in||Product Height (in.)||5.5 in|
|Product Width (in.)||2 in|
|Fastener Type||Powder Actuated Fastener||Package Quantity||100|
|PAT Pin Use||Steel & Concrete||Product Weight (lb.)||.002 lb|
A: Hi Matt, we would like to get some more information regarding your specific application. Please contact our Customer Experience team at (877) 489-2726 so we can better help you out. Thanks!
A: Hi Kyle, the Ramset Powder Actuated System may be too powerful to install PVC trim and may cause damage to the trim during installation. If you have any further questions, please contact customer service at 877-489-2726.
A: The better question would be if the concrete will hold them up under extreme moisture? If the concrete holds, the pins will hold. Concrete breaks easy under extreme moisture.
A: Derek, The drive pins you reference are made from carbon steel and are plated with zinc for corrosion resistance. However, exposure to moisture below grade will accelerate the rate of corrosion and ultimately degrade the pin. Alternates: 1. The use of 300 series stainless steel screws, screw anchors or inserts will prevent this degradation, but come with a higher cost and require pre-drilled holes. 2. Hammerset anchors. These are 2 part anchors comprised of a body made of solid zinc/aluminum and a drive pin made of zinc plated steel. A hole is drilled through the barrier and the anchor assembly hammered into place. The zinc/aluminum body provides greater resistance to corrosion versus the drive pins. Ultimately, they will degrade as well in below grade conditions. I hope you found this helpful.
A: Thank you for your question. Ramset Drive Pins are recommended for use with Ramset tools but they are compatible with Hilti tools. If you have additional questions, feel free to contact CCNA Tech Support at 800-848-5611 from 8:30 - 5:00 CT Monday - Friday.
A: It depends what kind of Hilti you have. Hilti has the new guns that have a magazine that can accommodate many pins at once. If you have the one where you can load one at a time, it will work. Some of them have a power adjustment to control how the pin goes into the material being fastened.
A: They might