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Since 1950
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Description

It was in 1951 that the Senco brand definitely took off under the appearance of a pneumatic stapler invented to facilitate the installation of automotive headliner at the General Motors plant. Gradually, the Senco brand settled as the reference in many sectors of the industry, especially in the woodworking and construction sectors.

Today, driving micro-pins ensures clean and accurate work. With only one hand, you can quickly fix delicate mouldings without worry of splitting and hold components in place while glue dries.

The Pro23SXP pin nailer is ideal for driving micro-pins because the hole it leaves is nearly invisible.

  • Can drive 23GA pins from 1/2"(12 mm) to 1-3/8"(35 mm) long and adjusts automatically to different lengths
  • Thin nose design that facilitates access to tight corners
  • Removable non-marring nose tip with on-tool storage to protect sensitive materials
  • Provided with dual trigger actuation system to help prevent accidental firing
  • Loading capacity: 100 micro-pins
  • 2.5 lbs (1.1kg) lightweight aluminum body with ergonomic rubber grip and a practical ¼"NPT swivel fitting
  • Rear exhaust to keep contaminates away from work surface
  • Supplied in a solid plastic carrying case, it's a robust industrial tool that has a 5-year warranty

The PC1010N compressor that completes the combo is ultra-quiet with a sound level of 68dB. Among other benefits:

  • 1/2HP-110V induction motor with pressure switch and 76"(193cm) long electric cord
  • The pump delivers 0.7Cfm at 90Psi and is oil-free for less maintenance
  • The 0ne (1) gallon tank size is equipped with one regulator (135Psi), one tank pressure gauge, one tool pressure gauge, one overload protection, one universal quick coupler and one drain valve
  • Its compact design of 14" x 13" x 10"(35 x 33 x 25cm) makes it lightweight to move (21 lb/10kg)
  • Convenient handle for easy carrying and suction cups for more stability

The Boss really likes red!

A word from the boss 

The Boss found winter long... (19-05-14)

The first snow storm hit us on November 10 and the Boss remembers because he had to finish his autumnal outdoor work in the snow. Since then, the snow and cold settled in and lasted until the end of April. Almost 6 months…

Winter has been long for all but, nevertheless, has had a positive effect on the growth of our internet sales. Woodworkers have used this indoor time to properly equip themselves and keep busy. For those who have not yet completed their projects, there is still two months before closing up shop for some well-earned vacation time.

For the others, like the Boss, have your bicycle tuned and get some fresh air.