Akuzuki floor nailer introduction. The Akuzuki Contractor Pro Series Dual Hardwood Floor Cleat Nailer and Stapler is a pneumatic driven flooring stapler and nailer. The high price point makes this hardwood flooring nailer more suited to contractors and professionals rather than the one time use this may see from a weekend warrior.
The Akuzuki Contractor Hardwood Nailer Stapler is a pneumatic driven flooring stapler and nailer. This engineering feat allows the user to shoot both hardwood staples, as well as cleat nails depending on your flooring. This is actually two nailers in one!
Akuzuki Hardwood Nailer Stapler Specifications
- Nail gun application: Hardwood flooring nailing and stapling
- Power source: Compressed Air / Pneumatic
- Weight: 12.3 pounds
- Unit height: 21 inches
- Unit Length: 19 inches
- Unit Width: 4 inches
- Color: Silver and Black
- Fastener collation: Plastic collated
- Fastener Depth Control: N/A
- Maximum fastener size: 2 inch nails or staples
- Minimum fastener size: 1.5 inch nails or staples
- Nail type: Cleat nails or staples
- Nail gauge: 15.5 gauge staples / Nail size N/A
- Magazine size: N/A
- Unique features: Shoots nails or staples
- Air Inlet: N/A
- Magazine angle: N/A
- Warranty: N/A
- Operating Pressure: 80 – 120 PSI
Akuzuki Hardwood Floor Cleat Nailer Stapler Review
The Contract pro series was engineered to endure the abuse tools are put through on the construction site every day by professionals like yourself. The Akuzi hardwood nailer accepts cleat nails from 1.5 inches to 2 inches. More importantly, you can quickly and easily change to staples ranging in size from 1.5 inches to 2inches. More impressive, the Akuzuki Contractor Hardwood Nailer & Stapler changes from shooting cleats nails to staples with zero adjustments.
The Contract pro hardwood nailer and stapler also features a built in non-marring base plate. The ¾ inch plate protects the finish of your work, creating a professional look. This nailer accepts a wide variety of manufacturer’s nails like porter cable or Bostitch. You are not just limited to the Akuzuki brand. The nailer can be easily adjusted to work with different thicknesses of flooring as well as different tongue positions.
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“I purchased this flooring nailer to install 800 square feet of bamboo hardwood flooring. I ended up using the Bostitch branch l cleat nail. I chose to buy the nailer instead of renting, the price was about the same, and this way I was able to work at my leisure as well as use the tool for future projects. Over the course of the 800 square foot project I encountered zero jams. This nailer works exactly as advertised. I’m really happy I chose to purchase one; I’m now going to install hardwood flooring in our den as well. This gun makes life a lot easier. I would definitely recommend it to any home remodeler.”
Ashton T from Great Plains, Kansas
“Have faith in purchasing this nailer. It’s an extremely well made piece, and if you plan on renting a nailer for more than a couple days, it’s almost the same price to buy. I used the Akuzuki Contractor Hardwood Nailer Stapler to install Brazilian walnut that was ¾ of an inch thick. The walnut is a lot stronger than oak, and the nailer had no problem sinking the nails. Acceptable nails can be found at any local major hardware store, which is an added bonus for convenience. I found 90 PSI on the air compressor worked really well with my project. If you’ve never used a hardwood floor nailer before, you have to find the right strength swing with the hammer. A couple of practice tiles and you should get the hang of it.”
Adam Morgan from Wheeling, Virginia
Final comments on the Akuzuki Hardwood Nailer Stapler
The Akuzuki Contractor Hardwood Nailer Stapler is great for homeowners or contractors. The design is very easy to use, simply line up the flooring and nailer and swing away. We’ve heard reports that some early manufactured models had problems with the piston leaking air, however they have now fixed the problem. We had no issues with the unit we tested; it felt very heavy duty and performed with out any problems. This is definitely a hardwood flooring nailer to consider replacing an older worn out model, or to tackle your first DIY job. We give it two thumbs up.