The Surebonder 9772 Pneumatic 21 Degree Round Head 3-1/2 inch Framing Nailer introduction: The Surebonder 9772 nailer is used in framing and drives collated nails made of plastic from 2 inches to 3-1/2 inches long. The nailer is light weight and made of rugged cast aluminum construction that withstands everyday construction site punishment. The nailer has a soft handle with contoured grip to minimize hand and arm fatigue when nailing for hours at a time.
This is the ideal nailing tool for fastening siding, decking, fencing, roof decking, subflooring, sheathing and any other kind of framing. The nailer comes with a high impact, plastic, durable carrying case, hex wrench and lubricating oil. Keeping the nailer properly lubricated will preserve the inner workings of the nailer.
Surebonder 9772 Pneumatic Framing Nailer Technical Details
- Nailgun application: framing
- Power source: air powered
- Nailgun type: pneumatic
- Operating pressure: 80 to 100 psi, with a maximum of 120 psi
- Weight: 8.2 pounds
- Length: 18.11 inches
- Width: 14.60 inches
- Height: 3.94 inches
- Nail types: Round head and fastener sizes from 2 inches to 3-1/2 inches in diameter
- Payload: 75 nails per strip
- Contains enough power to drive nails into any kind of lumber including engineered lumber
- Compact, durable body is designed for balance, hand fit and style
- Delivers consistent power with every shot, assuring straight and effective nail placement
Surebonder 9772 Pneumatic 21 Degree Round Head 3-1/2 inch Framing Nailer Review
The Surebonder 9772 nailer is just the right nailing tool for framing projects including sheathing, subflooring, siding, fencing and roof decking. The Surebonder is ruggedly built and streamlined to be lighter in weight and easier and more comfortable to use. The body is made of cast aluminum which gives the nail gun durability. It has built in safety mechanism to prevent accidental firing and it has a soft grip, contoured handle for comfortable use.
The nailgun uses 21 degree plastic collated nails, as well as plastic collated round head nails made by other manufacturers. The gun operates at a pressure of 60 to 100 psi and has a maximum operating pressure of 120 psi. The nails shoot straight and true and rarely jam. The Surebond holds 75 nails at a time and are housed in a magazine that keeps them protected from damage before being fired.
The Surebond has an adjustable depth drive and air exhaust cover. The depth drive can be changed by hand rather than with a wrench, minimizing down time when switching gears during the project. The nailer also features sequential or bump fire operation, depending on the application and the nailer is outfitted with a protective tip to avoid damaging any wooden surface while nailing.
The Surebonder 9772 nailer works with a 3 gallon compressor, however, higher capacity compressors may also be used. The nailer is also equipped with a male quick connector, twist on connection with a pressure removal connector. Only use the prescribed connections and tubing when operating the nail gun.
The air filter is designed to remove contaminants and moisture from the compressed air. Changing the air filter regularly will keep the power at optimum levels and prolong the life of the nail gun. This will also preserve the integrity of the nail gun.
Final Comments about the Surebonder 9772 Pneumatic Framing Nailer
Professional contractors or do it yourselfers find the Surebonder 9772 nailer the right nail gun for the job. It is user friendly and designed for durability, efficiency and comfort. It delivers the right amount of power to nail almost any kind of wood with ease and precision.
The contoured handle and soft grip offers a great deal of comfort to minimize arm and hand fatigue. The nail magazine opens and closes with a flip of the switch and loads easily and quickly. The nail gun is efficient to use as it has finger and thumb operated controls making working with the gun efficient. The gun features nail lock capabilities to prevent accidental firing.
The Surebonder 9772 nailer is sure to become the go to piece of equipment on any framing project. Its state of the art design will make it the work horse of the tool box and adds efficiency to any project.