|Product Depth (in.)||0.375 in||Product Height (in.)||3 in|
|Product Width (in.)||0.375 in|
|Fastener Type||Powder Actuated Fastener||Package Quantity||100|
|PAT Pin Use||Steel & Concrete||Product Weight (lb.)||.017 lb|
A: Hi Tony, The longest pins that we sell are 3".
A: Using the nails without the washer will give you a more "flush" result.
A: These nails are part of a very special tool that requires training, skill and experience to use. The shot "power" that you use makes an huge difference here and may ruin your wood. If you do choose this tool, use safety gear, do the Internet training and practice on materials that are similar to your final parts ... but are not your final parts. This could work ... but it could also go very wrong.
A: As far as I know the the nails with attached washers are for securing metal electrical boxes and things like that. I would use the nails without the washers. Just make sure to use the proper loads to drive them if you want them to be completely flush. Do the test to confirm the density of your concrete. Good luck.
A: Most websites will show these tools together, so it would seem that they are compatible. Best to try them out in a safe condition and follow manufacturer's instructions before you go into production. Also, be sure to wear safety gear with this tool.
A: They should work just fine in any power hammer. I've used them in an old Craftsman hammer before.