Tacker nails

Fasten almost invisibly.

Many tacker work with nails as well as staples. A tacker that works with nails is often faster and easier to handle than a conventional hammer and nail. You have both in a single device, so still have one hand free to hold the workpiece if necessary.

NOVUS E type J
Insulated cable staple forfastening of cable up to 500 volt ~ with the cable tacker J-19 OKY

The right tacker nails

The Novus J type E tacker nails are particularly suitable for fixing decorative trims and corner mouldings. But thin furniture backs can also be attached quickly with a tacker nail. The nail has a very small head, so is barely visible in the material. For this reason, it is often called a pin nail, compressed-head nail or T-nail.

NOVUS E type J

This is the best way to tack with nails

You're always sure of good results with the right nail length. So, with softwood, you should use 1/3 of the nail length for the fastening material, and we recommend 2/3 of the nail length for the anchoring material.

If you are using a hardwood as the anchoring material, a 1/1 ratio is enough.

NOVUS E type J

Tacker nails are used here.

NOVUS E type J

Making furniture backs

With our tacker, DIY work and jobs around the house are very easy. Our inconspicuous pin nails can be used, for example, to securely fasten a back panel on furniture.

NOVUS E type J

Attaching decorative mouldings

Our tacker can work with nails up to a length of 30 mm. So attaching decorative mouldings is straightforward and always possible with Novus tacker.

NOVUS E type J

Putting up trellis

Put up a trellis yourself at home without much effort. The nail head on Novus tacker nails is barely visible in wood.

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