Fine Wire Staples- China Leading Manufacturer 

Fine wire staples are ideal for attaching fabrics, thin metal labels, wire mesh and thin strips of wood, for example.
 
Fine wire staples are thinner thanflat wire staplesand thus destroy as little tissue as possible.

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Staple Material
How to choose the right material for your application​​​​​​​

Galvanized staples

 
Galvanized staples is the most common staple type. The staple is a steel staple that is coated with a layer of zinc to be able to handle general corrosion better. Galvanized staples is comparable in strength and appearance to a stainless steel staple. If you need an all-around staple with a long life expectancy, a galvanized staple could be the right choice for your application.
 
 
 

Copper coated staples

 
Copper coated staples are one of the best choices when it comes to beautiful clean aesthetics. It is excellent for transport packaging due to it works better than regular steel in non-humidity-controlled environments. Copper coated staples can oxidate faster in situations that are salty, hot, and acidic. It is the go-to staple for carton closing.
 
 
 
 

Stainless steel staples

 
Stainless steel staple is for applications that need a higher level of corrosion protection or need to have a higher protection against heat. The standard stainless steel staples are 304 & 316. The 304 stainless steel staple is used for both indoor and outdoor use and protects against corrosion from milder oxidizing acids. The 316 stainless steel staple gives even greater protection against corrosion and is common when the application comes in contact with salty environments.

Aluminum staples

 
Aluminum staples is excellent for applications that need to avoid magnetism. The corrosion protection is more significant than a galvanized staple but has less corrosion protection than a stainless steel staple. Another great benefit of an aluminum staple is that you can easily cut through it without hurting your tool. Therefore it is widely used by sawmills when cutting trough wood.
 
 
 
Staple Wire
The staples wire dimensions. We divide the staple wires into the following three categories, fine wire, medium wire, and heavy wire — all with their specific uses for different applications.

Wire Guage

Staple wire thickness is measured by its “gauge.” This is a measurement of a wire’s diameter. The system of identifying wire by its diameter was originally developed 1857 to specify electrical wires by their current carrying capacity. Oddly, the higher the number, the thinner the wire. Wire is referred to as heavy, medium, or fine:
Heavy wire is typically 10-16 gauge, and used for the toughest jobs on heavy materials, like roofing or other construction materials. Heavy wire staples are also used for subflooring, framing, and for fixing boxes to pallets.
Medium wire measures 18-19 gauge and might be used for materials thicker than paper, but not as thick as wood or roofing used in construction. They’re good for heavy upholstery, paneling, cabinet construction, sheathing, and siding.
Fine wire measures 20-23 gauge. This is the type of wire you’ll see in a standard office stapler, but fine gauge wire also makes staples for trim, picture frames, furniture framing or assembly, and lighter upholstery. A pneumatic upholstery stapler may use 20 or 22 gauge staples, depending on the materials being fastened together.
Staple wire is also worked to create the point or teeth at the end of the staple legs, usually chisel-shaped for best penetration of materials. Divergent staples have chisel points pointing outward in opposite directions, causing them to splay outward when applied for a better hold.
Gauage 22 21 20 18 17 16 15 14 10.5
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Staple Point
Chisel point staples
Chisel point staple​​​​​​​
The staple point is the first part of the staple coming in contact with the fastening material. The staple points come in various designs, where all are specialized to provide the correct holding power for the application. At KYA FASTENERS, we use the most common design, the chisel point design.
Chisel point staple has the design of the letter V, where the two flat inclined side meets at a sharp angle. The design makes it possible to drive the staple straight into the material to the crown of the staple.​​​​​​​
Staple Crown
The staple crown is the top middle part of the staples holding the two legs together. There are three types of crowns (narrow crown staples, medium crown staples, wide crown staples).
narrow crown staples

Narrow crown staples

The narrow crown is the smallest type of crown. It is easy to hide in applications after joining. It covers a smaller area then medium and wide crown staples. Often used for finish and trim and other delicate jobs, but it is also great for wood and panel work. Durable and strong, it is suitable for fastening tongue-and-groove boards, panels, fibreboards and wire mesh, among other things.
 

Applications:

Molding, Cabinets, Trim, Paneling, Drawers, Upholstery, Giftboxes, Fruitboxes
 

Our narrow crown staples:

4J, 97, 90, 92 etc.
Medium Crown staples

Medium crown staples

Medium crown staples is as its name the crown type that comes in between narrow and wide crown staples. Used when you need to cover a larger area on your material than narrow crown allows you to do. It has more uses than a narrow crown staple and is often used in home construction.
 

Applications:


Furniture, Pallet, Crate, Sheathing, Subflooring, Packaging, Bedding
 

Our medium crown staples:

71, 72, 14, 80, 50, A11, 10J, STCR5019, Q, GS16, BCS4, 14, N, M etc.
Wide crown staples

Wide crown staples

Of all the crown widths, this is the broadest crown type. Wide crown staples have a lot of similar uses as medium crown staples. When esthetics is not as necessary, a wide crown staple is a great choice. It covers a large area then narrow and medium crowns.
 

Applications:

Carton closing, Packaging
 

Our wide crown staples:

32, 35, BCS2, GSW16, P etc.
KYA offers the right size and length of fasteners for every task.
Fine wire staples are
particularly suited to these tasks.
Upholstering Chairs​​​​​​​
With fine wire staples, fabrics and padding can be securely fastened with minimal damage when restoring chairs.
Picture Frames
Use a tacker with fine wire staples when making picture frames, to ensure the fabric isn't damaged.
Upholstery
More precise and easier with upholstery staples
Furniture Frames
A made-to-measure furniture frame is quickly built with a tacker and the appropriate flat wire staples.
Vinyl and Trim
It is the go-to wire when you work with breathable membrane or vinyl
Fastening Fabrics
Mainly used for fastening fabrics. The thin staple causes minimal damage to the material.
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Type of Fine Wire Staples

22 Gauge 71 Series Fine Wire Staple

● 22 gauge, 3/8-inch galvanized staples.
● Great for upholstery, screening, crafts, insulation, roofing felt and more.
● Interchanges with Senco C.
● Chisel point staples deliver efficient and dependable performance.
● Straight strip collation.
● Galvanized for greater durability.
71- Wire Dia: 0.67#
GAUGE: 22GA
CROWN: 9.0mm
WIDTH: 0.75mm
THICKNESS: 0.55mm
LENGTH: 04mm - 16mm

22 Gauge 72 Series Upholstery Staple

● 22 gauge, 1/2-inch crown galvanized staples.
● Great for roofing felt, house wrap, upholstery, furniture trim, automotive vinyl and trim, picture frames, bedding, furniture frames, molding.
● Interchanges with BeA 72 .
● Chisel point staples deliver efficient and dependable performance.
● Straight strip collation.
● Galvanized for greater durability.
72-Wire Dia:0.67#
GAUGE: 22GA
CROWN: 12.5mm
WIDTH: 0.75mm
THICKNESS: 0.55mm
LENGTH: 04mm - 16mm

22 Gauge 13 Series Upholstery Staple

● 22 gauge, 3/8-inch crown galvanized upholstery staples.
● Great for roofing felt, house wrap, upholstery, furniture trim, automotive vinyl and trim, picture frames, bedding, furniture frames, molding.
● 5,000 pieces per box, 50 Boxes per case.
● Chisel point staples deliver efficient and dependable performance.
● Straight strip collation.
● Galvanized for greater durability.
13-Wire Dia:0.67#
GAUGE: 22GA
CROWN: 10.5mm
WIDTH: 0.75mm
THICKNESS: 0.54mm
LENGTH: 04mm - 14mm

22 Gauge 14 Series Fine Wire Staple

● 22 gauge, 3/8-inch crown galvanized staples.
● Best for construction, home repair projects such as fabric, upholstery, vinyl, window treatments and light duty wood assembly.
● Interchanges with BeA 72.
● Chisel point staples deliver efficient and dependable performance.
● Straight strip collation.
● Electrogalvanized finish helps resist corrosion and rust, recommended for interior use only.
14-Wire Dia:0.67#
GAUGE: 22GA
CROWN: 10.0mm
WIDTH: 0.75mm
THICKNESS: 0.55mm
LENGTH: 6mm - 16mm

21 Gauge 80 Series Fine Wire Staple

● 21 gauge, 1/2-inch crown galvanized staples.
● Great for roofing felt, house wrap, upholstery, furniture trim, automotive vinyl and trim, picture frames, bedding, furniture frames, molding.
● Staples compatible with BeA 380/16-420, 380/16-429, 380/14-450, 380/25-559 staplers.
● Chisel point staples deliver efficient and dependable performance.
● Glue collation.
● Electrogalvanized finish helps resist corrosion and rust, recommended for interior use only.
80-Wire Dia:0.84#
GAUGE: 21GA
CROWN: 12.8mm
WIDTH: 0.95mm
THICKNESS: 0.65mm
LENGTH: 4mm - 16mm

21 Gauge 84 Series Upholstery Galvanized Staple

● 21 gauge, 1/2-inch crown galvanized staples.
● For upholstering, furniture, fabric, cabinets, crafts, auto seat, picture frame, shoes making, light wood assembly,etc.
● Interchanges with Atro 84, Fasco 84 .
● Chisel point staples deliver efficient and dependable performance.
● Glue collation.
● Made of high-quality galvanized steel, hard and durable to ensure long service life.
84-Wire Dia:0.84#
GAUGE: 21GA
CROWN: 12.3mm
WIDTH: 0.95mm
THICKNESS: 0.65mm
LENGTH: 6mm - 16mm

21 Gauge 97 Series 3/16 inch Crown Staple

● 21 gauge, 3/16-inch crown staples.
● Great for upholstery, screening, crafts, insulation, roofing felt and more.
● Chisel point staples deliver efficient and dependable performance.
● Glue collation.
● Electrogalvanized finish helps resist corrosion and rust, recommended for interior use only.
BeA97-Wire Dia: 0.84#
GAUGE: 21GA
CROWN: 4.50mm
WIDTH: 0.95mm
THICKNESS: 0.65mm
LENGTH: 6mm - 25mm

20 Gauge 4J Series Fine Wire Staple

● 20 gauge, 5.2mm crown staples.
● Great for roofing felt, house wrap, upholstery, furniture trim, automotive vinyl and trim, picture frames, bedding, furniture frames, molding.
● Chisel point staples deliver efficient and dependable performance.
● Glue collation.
● Electrogalvanized finish helps resist corrosion and rust, recommended for interior use only.
4J-Wire Dia:0.88#
GAUGE: 20GA
CROWN: 5.2mm
WIDTH: 1.2mm
THICKNESS: 0.60mm
LENGTH: 6mm - 22mm

20 Gauge 10J Series 7/16 Inch Crown Staple

● 20 gauge, 7/16-inch crown staples.
● Great for upholstery, screening, crafts, insulation, roofing felt and more.
● Chisel point staples deliver efficient and dependable performance.
● Glue collation.
● Electrogalvanized finish helps resist corrosion and rust, recommended for interior use only.
10J-Wire Dia:0.88#
GAUGE: 20GA
CROWN: 11.2mm
WIDTH: 1.20mm
THICKNESS: 0.60mm
LENGTH: 4mm - 25mm

20 Gauge 50 Series 1/2 Inch Crown Staple

● 20 gauge, 1/2-inch crown upholstery staples.
● Great for roofing felt, house wrap, upholstery, furniture trim, automotive vinyl and trim, picture frames, bedding, furniture frames, molding.
● Chisel point staples deliver efficient and dependable performance.
● Glue collation.
● Electrogalvanized finish helps resist corrosion and rust, recommended for interior use only.
50-Wire Dia:0.88#
GAUGE: 20GA
CROWN: 12.5mm
WIDTH: 1.25mm
THICKNESS: 0.50mm
LENGTH: 6mm - 16mm

20 Gauge 73 Series Fine Wire Staple

● 20 gauge, 7/16-inch crown fine wire staples.
● Great for upholstery, screening, crafts, insulation, roofing felt and more.
● Chisel point staples deliver efficient and dependable performance.
● Straight strip collation.
● Galvanized for greater durability.
73- Wire Dia: 0.88#
GAUGE: 20GA
CROWN: 11.3mm
WIDTH: 1.3mm
THICKNESS: 0.50mm
LENGTH: 6mm - 12mm

20 Gauge A11 Series 3/8 Inch Crown Staple

● 20 gauge, 3/8-inch crown staples.
● For fastening carpet pad, insulation installation, roofing and carpentry work.
● Use with A11 Series hammer tackers.
● Chisel point staples deliver efficient and dependable performance.
● Glue collation.
● Galvanized staples resist corrosion.
A11-Wire Dia:0.88#
GAUGE: 20GA
CROWN: 10.55mm
WIDTH: 1.25mm
THICKNESS: 0.50mm
LENGTH: 6mm - 16mm

20 Gauge STCR5019 Series 7/16 Inch Crown Fine Wire Staple

● 20 gauge, 7/16-inch crown upholstery staples.
● For use in STCR5019 series power crown hammer tackers and pneumatic staplers.
● Great for roofing felt, house wrap, upholstery, furniture trim, automotive vinyl and trim, picture frames, bedding, furniture frames, molding.
● Chisel point staples deliver efficient and dependable performance.
● Glue collation.
● Electrogalvanized finish helps resist corrosion and rust, recommended for interior use only.
STCR5019-Wire Dia: 0.88#
GAUGE: 20GA
CROWN: 11.2mm
WIDTH: 1.25mm
THICKNESS: 0.50mm
LENGTH: 4mm - 16mm

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STAPLES FAQ

  • How to choose the correct staple leg length

    Getting the right staple length is crucial when deciding which staple you should choose. The thickness or density of the material you are fastening determines what leg length you should use for your application. 
  • How to choose the correct staple wire

    we talk about the staple wire, we mean the staples wire dimensions. For simplification, we divide the staple wires into the following three categories, fine wire, medium wire, and heavy wire — all with their specific uses for different applications.
  • Can you provide packaging design?

    Yes, we can provide professional outer packaging design.
  • What are crown staples used for

    Great for roofing felt, house wrap, upholstery, furniture trim, automotive vinyl and trim, picture frames, bedding, furniture frames, molding.
  • What size staples for upholstery

    Almost any fine wire and medium wire staples can be used for upholstery.
  • Different types of metal used to make staples

    Aluminum: this softer metal is good for staples that shouldn’t attract magnets. They are easy to remove and soft enough to cut without damaging a saw or scissors.
    Galvanized steel: steel wire with a coating of zinc resists corrosion. Staples made of galvanized steel can handle humid or damp environments without corroding or rusting. As a result, they tend to last a long time.
    Stainless steel: stainless steel staples have higher corrosion and rust resistance than galvanized steel, and they are more protected from heat and have more endurance for salty environments. They also look shiny and modern.
    Copper-coated: most often used for closing cardboard cartons, copper-coated wire looks great and handle humid environments well.
    Colored wire: standard office staples with a color coating for appearance or color-coding.
  • How to choose the staple you want?

    When choosing staples, you must match the type of staple to the tool you are using to the job you’re doing. To do this, you should understand that staple types are defined not just by the type of wire they’re made of, but also by their width and the length of their “legs,” the parts that penetrate the materials you are fastening together.
     
    When selecting a staple, start with the type of work you’re doing and the tools you’ll use, as well as the materials you are fastening together. Make note of any special conditions, such as outdoor exposure to humidity or salt, considerations about the appearance of the result, and the quantity of staples you’ll need to complete the job. If you have questions about which staples match your tool or your project, contact Us for information.

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