Arrow Fastener Electric Brad Nailer
Introducing the New EBN320R.E.D.™ Professional Electric Brad Nail Gun from Arrow Fastener, Capable of Firing 2” 18 Gauge Straight Brad Nails
Arrow Fastener has come out with an electric brad nailer. This will no doube be a huge hit for homeowners, decorators and DIYers.
The new EBN320 R.E.D.™ Professional Electric Brad Nail Gun, built for the perfect professional finish by Arrow Fastener Company, LLC, the product line leader in manual, electric staple and brad nail fastening tools for the professional building trades and do-it-yourself markets.
The latest addition to Arrow Fastener’s new R.E.D.™ product line, the EBN320 R.E.D.™ Electric Brad Nail Gun is “Reliable, Ergonomic and Durable” as its name suggests, and much more. Using up to 2” (50mm) 18 gauge Brad Nails, the electric firing technology and depth of drive control enables professionals to set nails right on virtually every surface, improving efficiency and reducing re-work on the jobsite. The precision fastener control resists jams, and an easy jam-clearing mechanism reduces downtime if a misfire occurs, with no tools required. A contact safety mechanism ensures safe operation.
The EBN320 R.E.D.™ Electric Brad Nail Gun is available in stores now and is made of durable high-impact composite plastic with an ergonomic soft rubber grip to reduce fatigue and make it comfortable to work with all day long. Its side-load magazine is quick and easy to reload which allows for less downtime. It also features a 10 foot cord, an LED guide light and a rotating belt hook for maximum convenience.
“The EBN320 R.E.D.™ electric brad nail gun is ideal for heavy duty jobs and professionals who expect a lot from their tools. It is the perfect punch list tool for every jobsite” said Bill Newman, Vice President of Sales and Marketing for Arrow Fastener. “Professionals will love this tool for installing flooring, trim and molding with its 2” brad nail capacity, and they’ll also find it handy for everything from general repairs to making picture frames.”