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Desa Remington Powder Actuated Fastening Tools index and price list.  Remington has many great models to choose from for all types of power fastening needs.REMINGTON® Powder Actuated Fastening Tools

Desa Remington Powder Actuated Fastening Tools index and price list.  Remington has many great models to choose from for all types of power fastening needs.

 

 

 



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REMINGTON® Powder Actuated Fastening Tools



ModelDescription Shipping Weight
075707 Remington: 476 Hammer Actuated Tool
(tool only)

3 lbs.
078720Remington: 479  Trigger Tool (tool only) 3 lbs.
078480ARemington: 482 Multi Driver Tool with lockable case, goggles, instructions, 2 hex wrenches, 2 cleaning brushes, 3 spare buffers & spall shield 9 lbs.
098690 Remington: 490 Trigger Actuated Tool
(tool only)

4 lbs.
077550KA Remington: 490 Trigger Actuated Tool 
with lockable case and assortment of loads & fasteners
8 lbs.
101222A Remington: 494 Power Pro Tool with lockable case,
goggles, spall shield, 2 piston rings, 2 buffers, & instructions
9 lbs.
101431A Remington: 496 .27 Caliber Semi-Automatic Power Pro Tool with lockable case, goggles, spall shield, hex wrench, 2 buffers, cleaning brush & instructions
9 lbs.
103524A Remington: 493 .27 Caliber Semi-Automatic Tool with lockable case, goggles, 1 hex wrench, spall shield, cleaning brush, & instructions
10 lbs.
104109A Remington: 498 Fastrack .27 Caliber Semi-Automatic Drywall Tool with lockable case, 1 hex wrench, spall shield, 1 cleaning brush, instructions & goggles 10 lbs.
106765Remington: 500V Variable .27 Caliber Semi-Automatic Tool With Case 12 lbs.





Remington Powder Actuated Tool Information



Remington Training Guide

In low velocity tools, the firing mechanism actuates the powder load creating an expanding gas. The resulting pressure acts on the piston, driving the pin into the work surface.

Always Read and Understand the Owners Manual before using any Powder Actuated Tool for the first time. Start by inserting the appropriate power fastener into the muzzle of the tool, head first, until the plastic collar is flush with the muzzle. The plastic collar holds the fastener in the muzzle. Next, insert the power load into the tool. Then place the muzzle of the fastening tool against the work surface and hold it at a right angle. The fastening tool is ready to use.

Certain safety features have been designed to help prevent accidents while using powder actuated fastening tools. For example, the front end must be completely compressed against the surface before the tool can be operated.

Before staring the job, always know the thickness and type of base material into which you are fastening. Never guess. Test fastenings should always be made starting with the lowest power level. Increase until a satisfactory fastening is made. Failure to start with the lowest power level can result in an overdrive condition and may result in eventual damage to the tool. Never make fastening in spalled or cracked areas or too close to an edge. A Spall Shield should be used to help reduce the amount of surface chipping when fastening directly into concrete or sparking from directly fastening into steel.

Proper care of your REMINGTON® fastening tool will ensure long life and quality performance. Always clean the tool after each extended use. Brush all moving parts, brush inside the barrel, spray with lubricant and wipe off excess solution. All REMINGTON® trigger operation tools are designed for easy service.

 


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