Hitachi NR90ADPR 3-1/2" Paper Collated Framing Nailer

Hitachi NR90ADPR 3-1/2" Paper Collated Framing Nailer

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Our Price $179.95
UPC Code: 717709014640

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Hitachi NR90ADPR 3-1/2" Paper Collated Framing Nailer
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Weighing in at only seven pounds, the NR90ADPR is 15% lighter than the leading competitive tool, making it easy to use all day, while still providing the power of bulkier, heavier nailers. A selective actuation switch adds the convenience of being able to quickly change between bump or sequential fire and the tool-less depth of drive eliminates the need to adjust the pressure at the compressor. The simple two-step loading makes fastener replenishment quick and easy, reducing downtime.


7 lbs, lightest weight in its class and well balanced for easy maneuverability Selective actuation, allows for either sequential or contact nailing with the flip of a switch for tool-less transitions Superior power, drives 3-1/2" X .131 into engineered lumber Two-piece anodized aluminum magazine, adds flexibility since either the magazine or mounting bracket can be repaired minimizing expense and eliminating unnecessary replacements Tool free depth of drive adjustment, for flush or countersunk drives into varying material Vibration isolation pads, mounted on the nose improve magazine and tool life


Fastener Type: Paper Tape Collation
Magazine Angle: 35 Degrees
Fastener Length Capacity: 2in. - 3-1/2in.
Fastener Diameter Range: .113 - .148
Magazine Capacity (.131): 86 Nails
Magazine Loading: Rear
Operating Pressure: 70-120 PSI
Air Consumtion @ 100 PSI: .09 scfm
Depth Adjustment: Tool-less
Actuation: Selective
Jam Clearing: Open Nose
LxWxH: 18.2in. x 4.9in. x 12.7in
Weight: 7.0 lbs


One (1) Paper Collated Strip Nailer One (1) Pair of Safety Glasses


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Big Sky Tool Reviews
nice and leight and drives the nails in easily
Review by Shayne Godfrey / (Posted on 3/10/2012)