Larger Staples:Not In An Office,But In Manufacture

Staples, generally made of galvanized iron wire, are similar to staples in an office, and are a type of pneumatic gun nails. They are mainly used in engineering, home decoration, furniture manufacturing, packaging, leather, shoemaking and crafts and other industries.

Brad nails are a common joining part used to fasten and join wood or other materials. A brad nail is a nail with only one head produced in row. Brad nails are mainly divided into two types: sparse brad nails and steel brad nails. Sparse nails are mainly used to fix wood, while steel nails are used to fix metal and other materials. The characteristics of the code nail are that it is easy to operate, safe and reliable, and not easy to break and deform.

 Brad finishing nails are a type of brad nail that are typically crafted from 18- or 16-gauge steel wire. Due to their slightly thicker diameter compared to regular brad nails, they are capable of providing a stronger hold. As a result, they are often used in finishing work where a secure fastening is required, such as attaching trim or molding.