Bostitch Low Profile Framing Nailer LPF33PT

By Robert Robillard on Bostitch

Bostitch Low Profile 30° Paper Collated Framing Nailer:

The Bostitch Low Profile Framing Nailer LPF33PT is the newest addition to the Bostitch framer line and was designed to handle 30° paper collated nails for sheathing and framing applications.

This 7.6 pound,  compact nailer fits between 16 Inch-On-Center spaces and delivers 840 inch-pounds of impact energy at 100 psi, for nailing into laminated engineered lumber [LVL]

Think about how easy it will be to install solid blocking in joists or direct nailing in skylight framing, blocking, etc.   No more angled nails making your connections.

One new feature on the Bostitch Low Profile Framing Nailer LPF33PT is an internal air filter to help keep environmental contaminants from entering the nailers engine and prematurely requiring maintenance.

A tool-free depth of drive adjustment sets fastener depths and a tool-free selectable trigger allows users to switch between bump-fire and sequential fire modes.

The neatest feature on the Bostitch Low Profile Framing Nailer LPF33P  is a magnet in the nailer that secures the last nail in the drive channel preventing it from dropping out of the tool or jambing and a lock out feature to prevent dry fire.

The Bostitch LPF33P accepts clipped head paper tape nails ranging from 2 to 3-1/4 inches (.113 to .131 inches in diameter) and off-set round head fasteners from 2 to 3-1/2 inches and .113 to .131 inches in diameter.

This nailer comes with a seven year limited warranty, and will be available this summer.

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