These battery-powered nailers are made by Milwaukee. Nail guns hold nail strips or coils that feed nails one after the other to speed installation in framing, roofing, cabinetry, and flooring applications. Tool batteries can often be used with tools of the same brand, battery series, and voltage. Voltage describes the level of power the battery provides. Tools with low-voltage batteries are light and compact, making them suitable for maintenance tasks. Tools with high-voltage batteries are heavy but deliver ample power for demanding tasks. Amp-hours (Ah) describes the amount of power the battery holds (its capacity), which determines how long a fully charged battery can perform before needing a recharge. The higher the Ah rating of the battery, the greater its storage capacity. As voltage and Ah ratings increase so do the weight and bulk of the battery and the tool it powers.
These cordless nailers are made by Ramset and are powered by a compatible Ramset 6V battery and fuel cell. Fuel cells contain combustible gas that the nailers use to generate force for driving nails. They provide driving power that is comparable to air-powered nailers. Nail guns hold nail strips or coils that feed nails one after the other to speed installation in framing, roofing, cabinetry, and flooring applications.
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