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When things get really tough you call for tools you think of as “Workhorses” AND you finish the job! Much like Aerosmith®’s CT90 the newer HN120 fits this ‘bill’ and more! The HN120 is a high-pressure air tool that’s much larger than its cousin the HN25C, yet surprisingly, the HN120 weighs in at only a little over 6 lbs.! The HN120 pin nailer lets you install Aerosmith®’s PowerPin® fasteners with ease; so you can take on the heaviest gauges of steel or aluminum. High-density concrete is a ‘breeze’ with the HN120 and Pre or Post stressed concrete cause you NO stress whatsoever!
|Lightweight - only 6.4 lbs.||Speed - drives 4 pins per second|
|Depth of drive accessories packed with the tool in a duarble carrying case||Quality applications - depth of drive control|
|Magnetic adapter available for 'Washer' Installations||No licensing or 'powder' management needed|
|A "tangle free" swiveling hose fitting comes on the tool||Powerful...this expands you potential to do other tough applications on a job site|
|A large 75 pin magazine cuts down on time!||Simply Faster...Simply Better|
In the Box
|Pin Diameter: .145"||Tool|
|Pin Length: 1"-2-1/2" (25-64 mm)||Manual|
|Head diameter: .312" (7.9 mm)||Bottle for Oil|
|Operating Range: 210-320 psi||Safety Glasses|
|Weight: 6.4 lbs||4 Adapters|
This report, issued by ICC Evaluation Service, Inc. covers the use of Aerosmith pins for: A) Building components to normal-weight concrete, B) Horizontal Diaphragms, and C) Structural Steel Substrates. The fasteners are used as alternatives to cast-in-place anchors described in IBC Sections 1911 and 1912 for placement in concrete and to the welds and bolts used to attach to steel, described in Sections 2204.1 and 2204.2. The fasteners may also be used where an engineered design is submitted in accordance with IRC Section R301.1.3.
The Aerosmith Fasteners (2385AG, 2359NG, and 5454 HPG) are pneumatically driven fasteners used to attach roof and floor sheathing to cold-formed steel floor framing (CFS) members. The fasteners may be used to attach wood sheathing to CFS in structures regulated by the IRC, provided an engineered design is submitted in accordance with Section R301.1.3 of the IRC.
The SurePin® Pneumatic Fasteners are pneumatically driven fasteners used to attach building components such as fiber-cement siding and sheathing materials directly to concrete masonry units (CMUs). The fasteners are used as alternatives to the embedded anchors described in Section 8.1.3 of TMS 402 referenced in Section 2107 of the IBC (Section 2.1.4 of TMS 402 referenced in Section 2107 of the 2012 IBC). For structures regulated under the IRC, the fasteners may also be used where an engineered design is submitted in accordance with IRC Section R301.1.3.
Configure with two standard air tools like ST4200 or two high pressure tools like HN25C and HN120.
Aerosmith® now carries a full line of anchors that meet the criteria for use in cracked and uncracked concrete, Category 1!