|Product Depth (in.)||0.375 in||Product Height (in.)||2.5 in|
|Product Width (in.)||0.375 in|
|Fastener Type||Powder Actuated Fastener||Package Quantity||100|
|PAT Pin Use||Steel & Concrete||Product Weight (lb.)||.014 lb|
A: I don’t see why not, they are galvanized. Because they are galvanized they don’t require paint.
A: Yes outside and no to paint
A: Yes it can be used outside,nails are galvanized
A: Yes it will work with this model. I use it as well.
A: To be honest, although they look practically identical except in color, I would definitely hesitate to use the pins from one manufacturer in the powder actuated gun of a different manufacturer. Considering you are using a .22 caliber shell to shoot that pin though a 2x4 into concrete … there is zero room for error and a greater possibility of injury.
A: Yes these pins should work well. Double check manufacturer specs for load and pin size before use
A: I would not recommend. Most likely the bricks would crack from the impact and mortar between may not be deep enough. I would recommend Tapcons in addition to adhesive
A: They should work. I used them to fasten 2x4's onto 75 year old (really hard) cement blocks.
A: 2 1/2”
A: 2.5" worked great for me. Need to think about the power of the blank as well.
A: Use a 2 1/2 pin if you are going into concrete. Make sure you are using the correct color load to drive the pin without shattering the concrete, one or two test shots will tell you what that is. Normally I find green will do it, when that fights me due to the concrete mix I use the yellow. Remember to keep your gun clean, if you do not it will create drag when you are shooting the pin and can give you false results.