KYA Tools
CORPORATE INTRO
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KYA® was founded in 2012, each boasting decades of success in the world of pneumatic fastening. KYA founded the company with one shared goal in mind—to “build a brand the fastening industry can rely on for consistency and efficiency”.
We have been exclusively in the stapling business for over 20 years and are dedicated to matching customer needs with the best stapler and staple to meet those needs.
KYA® provides a comprehensive array of high-quality pneumatic tools to serve the Pallet and Crate, Furniture, Automotive, Construction and Packaging industries..Major brand names as well as our own KYA brand, all with full warranty and parts and service resources in support of commercial, industrial, and DIY uses.
At KYA never ask how a tool can be made cheaper, instead we ask how we can make it more durable. True professionals depend on their tools to make a living, which is why the design of every KYA tool goes through rigorous destructive tests in the research and development phase. We drag our tools, drop them, pound them, freeze and even overheat them to ensure they endure the harshest field conditions.
FAQS
  • WHAT SIZE AIR COMPRESSOR DO I NEED TO RUN A KYA TOOL?
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    Most small portables will suffice. For instance; a very small 1HP portable (delivering 2.0 CFM – cubic feet of air per minute) will allow you to operate KYA’s largest nailing tool at about 15 nail drives per minute.
  • WHAT IS A AIR NAILER USED FOR?
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    A nail gun, nailgun or nailer is a type of tool used to drive nails into wood or some other kind of material. It is usually driven by compressed air (pneumatic), electromagnetism, highly flammable gases such as butane or propane, or, for powder-actuated tools, a small explosive charge.
  • WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN BRAD NAILER AND FINISH NAILER?
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    The main difference between a finish nailer vs a brad nailer is the gauge of the nail. Finish nailers use a thicker nail of 15 or 16 gauge where brads use 18 gauge only. It ultimately comes down to gauge size for the fasteners each tool is designed to run.
  • DO YOU ALSO PROVIDE SPARE PARTS OF PNEUMATIC TOOLS?
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    Once we confirm the models you'd like to order, we will send you the diagram for checking and also suggest you some easy-broken parts.
  • FINISH NAILERS — ANGLED OR STRAIGHT?
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    The angled magazine is popular for its maneuverability into tight places. The Finish Nailer NT65 drives a true brad-head (rounded-head) "DA series" 15-gauge finish nail, which has always been very popular with finish carpenters. The angled magazine (34 degrees) is highly maneuverable.
    The 16 gauge straight magazine finish nailers drive a slightly thinner 16 gauge square-head nail, which may mean less wood splitting with smaller moldings. The square-head nail is not as appealing as the true brad-head nail, but it does a cleaner job on MDF moldings because the square-head helps prevent the cratering (puckering), which may occur with the true brad-head nail. The 16 gauge nails tend to cost less than the heavier 15 gauge nails, so there is some cost savings.

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