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BeA Fastening Systems set to stand out from the crowd

BeA Fastening Systems, the manufacturer of hand-held power tools and suppliers of an extensive range of fixings and fasteners, will be showcasing their Dynamik range of gas fuelled nailing systems at Interbuild.

BeA Fastening Systems set to stand out from the crowd

This will include their latest, lightweight, concrete and steel gas nailer – the ingenious CN60.

Weighing in at only 3.7kg, the CN60 fires pins of 15 to 58mm in length, at a speedy two to three shots per second. A high-precision metering valve with simple click-on mechanism promotes lower fuel consumption and more shots, hence more nails. Not only that, the nailer boasts more than 1000 shots from a single fuel cell, or a huge 6000 shots from a charged battery!

The CN60 is constructed to perform under extreme temperatures of below 0°C, and the fully synthetic oil within the fuel creates constant parts lubrication and therefore no piston jamming.

Also on display at Interbuild will be the recently launched Dynamik ‘Short’ (D90S). Based around the existing D90 tool, meaning the same range of nail lengths and finishes can be used in both tools, the nailer is precision designed for strength and reliability with added manoeuvrability.

With a shooting rate of two to three shots per second, and a superior cooling system, the D90S can fire for longer – meaning less tool downtime. The D90S boasts a depth adjustment of 10 to 12mm, improved battery grip and an overall 10% increase in power – all key factors in the rugged world of construction.

BeA’s Dynamik nail packs are compatible with the majority of leading gas toolsand the company guarantee that their nails have been rigorously tested in comparative gas tools and are deemed safe for use. All Dynamik nail guns accept the BeA 40g fuel cell, which is recognised as offering superior performance and benefits, such as an unlimited shelf life, a cleaner burning system, a precise gas dispensing valve, and a synthetic oil based fuel system. A further breath of fresh air is that there are no strong odours when firing the tool!

BEA are on stand no Hall 4, Stand D114

About Fiona Russell-Horne

Group Managing Editor across the BMJ portfolio.

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