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New Hitachi nailers


Hitachi Power Tools (UK) Ltd has launched a tougher, faster and more advanced range of cordless nailers with brushless motors.

These powerful 18V cordless nailers are for any contractor tired of paying through the nose for fuel cells only to keep them warm in a pocket – or dragging a compressor and hose out for every job. 
For fast and efficient nail driving combined with easy maintenance, the new range of nailers have a unique air spring drive system that uses compressed air to drive each nail, causing less recoil, increased shooting speed, quicker response time between drives and better flush driving. Powered purely by the 18V battery, Hitachi’s new cordless nailers keep that snappy, pneumatic and punchy feel thanks to an integral compressed air cylinder.
The NT1850DBSL/JM brad nailer can drive up to 1,650 brads per charge while the NT1865DBSL/JM 18V straight finish nailer and NT1865DBAL/JM 18V angled fiinish nailer can drive up to 1,500 and 1,100 nails per charge respectively. A simple push button switches between sequential or bump fire mode. Each is powered by super efficient brushless motors, and are supplied with two lightweight 3.0Ah lithium-ion batteries for increased run time, less maintenance and greater durability.
All of these tougher, faster and more advanced nailers come with LED work light, low battery indicator and a handy adjustable joist hook. A lock switch and a 30 minute automatic shutdown feature increase safety and promotes longer battery life. Adjustment of the drive depth and nose release, for quick and easy jam clearance, is simple and tool free.
Each tool carries Hitachi’s three year warranty when registered online within four weeks of purchase, assuring long service and peace of mind.


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