StanleyBosNailGun

Nail Gun, Air Finish, Stanley-Bostitch – N60FN

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Features
The Stanley Bostitch N50FN and N60FN series nailer are precision-built tools, designed for high speed, high volume nailing. These tools will deliver efficient, dependable service when used correctly and with care.

As with any fine power tool, for best performance the manufacturer’s instructions must be followed. Please study the Safety and Operation information before operating this tool, and understand the safety warnings and cautions. The instructions on installation, operation and maintenance should be read carefully, and the manuals kept for reference.

NOTE: Additional safety measures may be required because of your particular application of the tool. Contact your rental dealer representative with any questions concerning the tool and its use.

SPECIFICATIONS:

Model: N50FN
Length: 13.25″ (336.55mm)
Height: 10″ (254mm)
Width: 3″ (76.2mm)
Weight: 4.12 lbs (1.87kg)

Model: N60FN
Length: 14.12″ (358.65mm)
Height: 10.88″ (276.35mm)
Width: 3″ (76.2mm)
Weight: 4.37 lbs. (1.98kg)

FASTENER SPECIFICATIONS:

Tool Model: N50FN

Nail Series: FN1600
Gauge: 16
Wire Size: 0.60 (1.52mm)
Fastener Range: 1-2″ (25-50mm)

Tool Model: N60FN

Nail Series: FN1500
Gauge: 15
Wire Size: 0.72 (1.82mm)
Fastener Range: 1-1/4 – 2-1/2″ (32-63mm)

TOOL AIR FITTING:
This tool uses a 1/4″ N.P.T. male plug. The inside diamter should be .200″ (5mm) or larger. The fitting must be capable of discharging tool air pressure when disconnected from the air supply.

Operating Pressure:
70 to 100 p.s.i.g. (4.9 to 7.0 kg/cm2). Select the operating pressure within this range for best fastener performance. DO NOT EXCEED THIS RECOMMENDED OPERATING PRESSURE.

AIR CONSUMPTION:
Model N50FN requires 1.6 cubic feet per minute and Model N60FN requires 1.7 cubic feet per minute of free air to operate at the rate of 60 fasteners per minute, at 80 p.s.i.g. To calculate the actual rate at which the tool will be run to determine the amount of air required, for example; if your usage averages 30 fasteners per minute, you need 50 percent of the 1.6 c.f.m. or 1.7 c.f.m. which is required for running at 60 fasteners per minute.