Senco SCN65XP 15-Degree Coil Nailer: What’s it all About?
The SCN65 XP15-degree coil nailer is one of the most popular and powerful coil nippers in the market today. With its unique design, it allows users to easily cut coils with ease without having to worry about cutting too much or not enough material. Its high speed and power allow it to quickly cut through thick wires, even when they are thicker than a human hair. This makes it ideal for cutting through heavy duty electrical cables, which often contain many twists and turns.
As mentioned above, the SCN65 XP15-degree coil nailer is powered by two 18650 batteries (not included). These batteries are charged via micro USB port. You can charge your batteries using any standard USB charger. If you don’t have a micro USB cable, then you can use a wall adapter.
Just plug the wall adapter into a standard outlet and connect it to your computer or other device that has a micro USB port. Once connected, simply plug in the battery pack to recharge them!
Also, when you are using this tool, be sure to wear safety eyewear and gloves. This tool is not a toy. If you are going to be using it frequently, then you should also wear earplugs and respiratory protection. By taking these precautions, you can ensure that you are using your coil nailer safely and efficiently.
Now, let’s take a look at the specifications for this tool!
WEIGHT: 2.5 Pounds
2.5 Pounds POWER: 18650 Rechargeable Batteries (Not Included)
18650 Rechargeable Batteries (Not Included) DRILL BIT SIZE: 0.11″
0.11″ AMP RATING: 50 AMP
50 AMP SPEED: 40 IPM
40 IPM SHAFT SIZE: 0.25″
0.25″ DRILL SIZE: 1/8″, 5/32″, 3/16″, 1/4″
1/8″, 5/32″, 3/16″, 1/4″ SHANK SIZE: 1/4″
1/4″ POINT SIZE: #21, #23, #27, #29
Now you know everything there is to know about this fantastic coil nipper from Senco. If you are looking to buy a new tool for your toolbox, then this might be the one for you!
This product is made in the United States of America.
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