Nailers are tools that are used for driving nails into wood , plastic , etc. these tools are almost replaced hammers and help the enthusiastic and professional users to do their jobs quickly , easily , precisely and efficiently. Nailers are especially used by builders in tasks like roofing , framing , etc. If one wants to categorize nailers based on the kind of power source they use , there are three main types include corded , cordless and pneumatic. Usually nail guns are equipped with depth control and enable the user to set the force at which the nail is fires. This feature in some nailers is done easily and in some user needs a separate tool to set the nail depth. Jamming happens in nail guns and the one equipped with a jam clearing mechanism are very easy to work with and user can effortlessly take care of that. Some models of nailers are also equipped with dry firing lockout which prevents nailers from firing when it is run out of nails. Generally there are two types of triggers in nailers. Contact triggers and sequential triggers. Most of them have sequential that are safer because the nails to be fired , both trigger areas must be activated. It means tip of the tool must be pressed to the workpiece and then user should press the trigger with their finger.
Pneumatic nailers are the most popular type of nailers and are powered form air compressors. They are also the most powerful nailers and are also very reliable. Pneumatic nailers are very easy to work with , because they are light weight and the user can effortlessly and with no worries about the probable injuries of wrist and other parts finish the job. These tools are excellent choices if you plan on using the nailer often. The downside of using pneumatic nailers is the necessity of the presence of an air compressor and also limitation of the movement of the user as they need to get connected to the compressor to operate.