Product Description


Typically made of heavy wire, 16GA Heavy Wire Staple Nails differ from fine wire staples and are commonly used in construction and upholstery work. These staples are designed to securely fasten materials such as fabric, wood, and insulation with the help of a pneumatic staple gun. The staple width for 16GA Heavy Wire Staple Nails usually ranges from 1/2 inch to 1 inch, and they are available in various lengths to suit different project needs. For more specific requirements, custom sizes can also be made available to fit the intended design or staple gun model. With its versatile range of sizes and reliable hold, 16GA Heavy Wire Staple Nails have proven to be a popular choice for various construction and upholstery projects.


When using fine wire staple nails like the 22GA variety, it is important to select the appropriate staple length for the job. Using a staple that is too short may not provide a secure hold, while using a staple that is too long may damage the material being fastened. It is crucial to use a compatible pneumatic staple gun that is specifically designed to work with the correct size of fine wire staples. This ensures that the staples are applied correctly and efficiently, and also helps to prevent any damage to the material being fastened. It is also important to ensure that the staple gun is properly adjusted to the correct air pressure and depth setting for the specific type and thickness of material being fastened. This will help to ensure that the staples are properly embedded into the material, providing a secure hold without damaging it.


We use high-quality galvanized wire for production, and ensure that the galvanized amount reaches 40g/m2. Such nails are not easy to rust and are corrosion-resistant



Fine wire staple nails, like the 22GA variety, are commonly used in applications that require a strong hold and a low profile. They are often used for securing trim and molding, attaching fabric to furniture frames, and fastening insulation to walls and ceilings. The narrow crown design of these staples allows for a greater number of staples to be used in a small area, resulting in a stronger hold that can withstand a significant amount of weight or pressure. This makes them a preferred choice for many construction and upholstery projects, as they can provide a secure and long-lasting hold without taking up too much space or being too noticeable. Additionally, fine wire staple nails are often less likely to split or damage the materials being fastened, making them a safer and more practical choice for many projects.
Applications: Automotive Upholstery, vinyl, fabric, leather, furniture upholstery, insulation, screens


We can customize the packaging according to customers’ requirements。