Senco expands cordless framing nailer line

Senco announces the release of the company’s first full round head cordless framing nailer. The F-35FRHXP is the latest addition to Senco’s robust line of cordless nailers, which rely on air power, rather than gas or mechanical flywheels, to drive nails.

The F-35FRHXP drives up to 3-1/2” full round head, plastic collated nails that many users prefer, according to the AWFS exhibitor. The nailer is built with Senco’s proprietary Fusion cordless pneumatic technology, which relies on a sealed compressed air cylinder that delivers the speed, feel and performance of a true pneumatic tool. It is capable of sinking nails fully into the hardest substrates, including engineered lumber such as LVL and OSB.

The release of the F-35FRHXP builds on the successful 2020 launch of the F-35XP, a cordless framing nailer that fires clipped-head, paper tape-collated nails. Both options will be available to users through Senco’s network of distributors in North America, according to the company.

“Last year, we launched the F-35XP to a great deal of enthusiasm. However, users of plastic collated nails quickly let us know they wanted a full round head version that would work with their preferred fasteners,” said Eric Bellman, senior product manager for Senco. “The F-35FRHXP is the answer to that request and the first expansion of Senco’s cordless framing nailer line that provides more options to meet our customers’ needs.”

The F-35FRHXP features a 20-degree magazine that holds 35 fasteners and accommodates nails from 2” to 3-1/2” long and .113” to .131” in diameter.

The F-35FRH XP sells for $549 with two batteries, a 5-amp quick charger, a no-mar tip and a storage bag.

For more, visit Senco Brands at AWFS booth No. 3023.