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PS26/38 Air Concrete Nailer

PS26/38 Air Concrete Nailer
WEIGHT:3.3kgs Aluminum body
DIMENSIONS:416mm x 141mm x 363mm
LOAD CAPACITY:250-400 pcs.
OPERATING PRESSURE:80-120psi(5.5-8.3bar)

  • PS26/38
  • KYA
  • KYA-PS26/38
  • 3.3kgs
  • 80-120psi
  • 250-400 pcs
  • 0 Degree Concrete Strip Nails
Quantity:
ps2638-1ps2638-2nc65ac

Product Overview:

PS26/38 Air Concrete Nailer

The PS26/38 is designed for applications fastening wood to concrete or steel, such as furring strips, wire lathe installation, steel banding, decking, fencing, and subflooring.

● Engineered for reliable, consistently high performance.

● Comfort grip handle reduces fatigue and increases control.

● 360° adjustable exhaust allows user to direct air away from face.

● Ergonomically engineered body results in a rugged, comfortable, and lightweight tool great for extended use.

Product Description


concrete nails

0 Degree Concrete Strip Nails

Fasteners Shank Diameter:0.114"(2.9mm)-0.161"(4.10mm)

Fasteners Head Diameter:0.130"(6.4mm)

Fasteners Shank Diameter:0.102"(2.6mm)

Fasteners Length:1/2"(12mm)-1-1/2"(38mm)


Model: PS26/38 Air Concrete Nailer
Air Tool Type: Air Nailer
Tool Diamensions: 416mmx141mmx363mm

Net Tool Weight:

3.3kgs(7.27lbs)

Body Material:

Aluminum Body
Operate Pressure: 80-120psi (5.5-8.3bar)
Load Capacity: 250-400 Nails
Fasteners Type: 0 Degree Concrete Strip Nails
Fasteners Head Diameter: 0.130"(6.4mm)
Fasteners Shank Diameter: 0.102"(2.6mm)
Fasteners Length: 1/2"(12mm)-1-1/2"(38mm)
ps26-38-1
Features

 More powerful with easy operation.

 Big load capacity.

 No gas or battery required

Application

Attaching steel track to concrete, block or steel.

Attaching plywood to concrete or block.

Attaching lath to concrete, block or steel.

Attaching furring strips to concrete or block.

Our Services


No.   Symptom Problems Solutions
1.1 Air Leak  Air leak in the cylinder cap when tools don't work  1.Loose head valve piston seal or o-rings . Check and replace the head valve piston set
2.Worn or damaged o-ring or cylinder cap gasket under cylinder cap  Check and replace o-ring or cylinder cap gasket under the cylinder cap
1.2 Air leak in Trigger area  when tools don't work 1.Damaged o-ring in trigger valve  Check and replace  o-ring
2.Damaged o-ring in trigger valve stem  Check and replace o-ring
3.Dirt in the trigger valve Check and clean the trigger valve
1.3 Air leak in cylinder cap when tools are working  1.Damaged head valve piston o-rings Check and replace  o-rings
2.Damaged seal under cylinder cap  Check and replace seal
1.4 Air leak in nose when tools are working  1.Worn or damaged bumper Check and replace bumper
2.Loose driver(piston unit) thread Check and replace driver(piston unit) 
1.5 Air leak in Trigger area when tools are working 1.Worn or damaged trigger valve head Check and replace trigger valve head
2.Damaged head valve piston o-rings Check and replace head valve piston o-rings
2 Failed to get driver(piston unit) back to the correct position completely. 1.The driver(piston unit) is not straight or the driver guide(nose) is wrong assembled. Straighten the driver(piston unit)  or verify driver guide(nose) and magazine  
2.Worn or damaged nozzle   Check and replace nozzle 
3.The space between piston o-ring and  cylinder is too tight. Check if the cylinder is adequate lubrication or replace the o-ring on the piston.
3 Work weakly and sluggishly 1. Worn or damaged  piston o-ring  Check and replace piston o-ring 
2.Inadequate lubrication for head valve piston o-rings or too tight head valve piston o-rings   Place 2 or 6 drops of oil on o-rings or replace  head valve piston o-rings
3.Dirt in the nozzle Check and clean the nozzle
4 Tool jams frequently 1.Damaged or Worn driver (piston unit) Check and replace driver (piston unit)
2.Damaged or Worn driver guide (nose) Check and replace  driver guide (nose)
3.Driver guide cover is bent,so the space between driver guide cover and driver guide is too big Check and replace driver guide cover 
5 Nail can not be shot 1. Driver (piston unit) can't return to the correct position. Refer to no. 1  Symptom
2.Driver guide(nose) can not match magazine well Check and correct the position between driver guide(nose) and magazine 
3.Worn or damaged nail pusher compression spring  Check and replace nail pusher compression spring 

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