Three Types Of Staple Nails In Industry

Sep 23, 2023 | NEWS

Staple nails are a very important and convenient fixing material in industry. Unlike traditional nails, staple nails are produced in rows. Put a  row of staple nails into the stapler gun,and you only need to  press the staple gun, a staple nail is fixed in the required position. Not only does it not require a lot of effort to use tools such as a hammer, but it can also be done continuously.

16 gauge angled nails

Staple nails are often made of stainless steel, and unlike general industrial supplies, staple nails have a lower hardness,because they are straight when they come out, they will be squeezed flat during use to achieve a fixed and closed effect.How can we ensure the fixing quality of materials with low hardness? This requires buyers to choose professional producers.

Let us introduce buyers to our three main types of staple nails:18 gauge brad nail 1 inch,16 gauge angled nails, 2 inch 16 gauge finish nails.

18 gauge brad nail 1 inch

The brad nails used in brad nailers are made from 18 ga brad nail 1 inch, which is much thinner than the regular 15- and 16-gauge nails used in gas-operated or battery-operated finish nailers. Brad nails also have a very thin head, leaving a smaller nail hole after the nail sinks below the surface of the brad nail. This means that you’ll need to use wood filler to reduce the amount of work you have to do to fill the holes before you finish the piece, and in many cases, you won’t need to fill the holes at all.

Brad nails typically range from 5/8 inches to 1-1/2 inches long. Because of their short length and narrow diameter, they do not have the holding power of larger nails or wood screws.

Features&Application of 18 gauge brad nail 1 inch

A brad nail gun is a smaller version of a standard nail gun and is often used to attach small moldings and trim to woodworking projects. Because brad nails are thinner than nails, they can often be used in situations where a typical finish nail might cut the trim piece as the nail goes through. Therefore, the two tools are often considered complementary rather than mutually exclusive.

Brad nails are very handy for joining thin strips and delicate trim. Keep in mind that brads can be difficult to penetrate through some hardwood and engineered wood products, such as plywood or medium-density fiberboard.

18GA Finish Brad Head Nails are typically made from 18 or 16 gauge wire, which makes them slightly thicker in diameter than regular Brad Nails.

16 gauge angled nails

Angled nails,also called 16 gauge angled nails for their shape,are mainly a fixed component used to fix two types of panels. We can see this component on many buildings. Angled nails also belong to the hardware category and are construction materials. There are many types of brad nails, and their main purpose is to fix a building or something. The more common angled nails are the staples we use to bind books,they are rather small and every one has seen them in daily life.

The most common carton closing staple crown dimensions used to close the bottoms and tops of boxes include 1-3/8″ wide crown (or “A” crown) and 1-1/4″ wide crown (or “C” crown).

The length of the angled nails may vary depending on the specific application, so it is important to choose the right length for the job to ensure a secure hold. These staples are versatile and can be used in a variety of applications requiring medium width crowns.

2 inch 16 gauge finish nails

Finish nails are typically made from 18 or 2 inch 16 gauge finish nails and are slightly thicker in diameter than Brad nails. This extra thickness gives finish nails a stronger hold than corner nails, making them a popular choice for a variety of applications. Because of their increased strength and durability, finish square head nails are commonly used for carpentry and millwork projects as well as finishing work. Whether you’re fastening wood framing together or adding the finishing touches to a project, finish nails provide a secure and long-lasting hold.

Finish nails vary in length and width to cater to different needs.2inch is a common version which is suitable for most situation.

Huazhen, China’s expertise in staple nails

  Our nails are manufactured using high quality galvanized wire and we ensure that each nail has a galvanized coating thickness of at least 40 grams per square meter. This process provides excellent resistance to rust and corrosion, making our nails highly durable and long lasting. Our galvanized nails are particularly suitable for use in outdoor construction projects or in areas with high humidity. The galvanization process creates a protective layer that enhances the strength of the nail and ensures that it provides a safe and secure hold. Whether you’re a professional contractor or a DIY enthusiast, you can trust our galvanized nails to provide a strong and reliable solution for all your fastening needs!