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AirCraft AT0001 Pneumatic Brad Nailer F-Type 18Ga

(6 customer reviews)

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AirCraft AT0001 Pneumatic Brad Nailer F-Type 18Ga.

  • Works with F-Type 18Ga Brad Nails from 10 mm up to 30 mm.


Working pressure: 4-7 bar (max 8 bar)
Magazine load capacity: 100 nails
Nail type: F nails; 18 gauge
Available nail lengths: 15mm, 20mm, 25mm, 30mm

6 reviews for AirCraft AT0001 Pneumatic Brad Nailer F-Type 18Ga

  1. Branden (verified owner)

    A simple yet durable nail gun. Good build quality. I’m happy with the purchase

  2. Thokozani Mhlongo (verified owner)

    A very good nail gun for DIY, works perfect im happy. Priducts u never find elsewhere

  3. Munki (verified owner)

    Is a very reliable tool. Great addition to my workshop and easy to use. Make sure you oil the machine prior to use. Hard to find another nailer for this price that works so well.

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3 questions for AirCraft AT0001 Pneumatic Brad Nailer F-Type 18Ga

  1. Neville

    What compressor do I need for this for home DIY?

  2. mvdmerwe

    Hi there, I’ve scoured the web to no avail, what is the difference between a F-Type and T-Type brad nailer? They seem to be categorized differently but I’m not sure why.

    • Siphesihle Hato

      Good day, the t-type nails are finish nails which tend to be thicker in diameter than f-type nails and also have a thicker head than the f-type brad nails. The T-type nails would be more appropriate for tougher applications whereas the F-type nails would be great for universal woodworking and trim work.

  3. ericaw

    Hi, Is 32mm nail length long enough for cabinet builds or should I rather get a bigger nail gun

    • Siphesihle Hato

      Good day Erica, please note that for 12mm-16mm boards. The 32mm nails would be sufficient.

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