SENCO Launches New Pin Nailers with NeverLube

SENCO Launches New Pin Nailers with NeverLube

Kyocera Senco says that its new 21-gauge and 23-gauge nailers are practically maintenance-free. The Cincinnati based manufacturer has updated its popular pneumatic pin nailers with the company’s proprietary NeverLube® oil-free technology, eliminating the need for daily lubrication. The new pinners will never spit oil onto wood surfaces, which is a common problem with traditional oiled nailers. NeverLube combines components made from a proprietary graphite composite that acts as a dry lubricant with a self-lubricating O-ring that won’t dry out and degrade like standard rubber or plastic seals. Unlike traditional oil-free nailers, which are packed with grease during manufacturing, SENCO’s new pin nailers don’t need to be periodically regreased. The line includes three new tools:

TN11G1 – This 23-gauge nailer fires ½” to 1-⅜” headless micro pins. It replaces the SENCO FinishPro 23SXP.

TN11L1 – This 23-gauge nailer fires ½” to 2” headless micro pins. It replaces the SENCO FinishPro 23LXP.

TN21L1 – This 21-gauge nailer fires ⅝” to 2” slight-head pins. It replaces the SENCO FinishPro 21LXP.

The new tools all have an ergonomic, angled pistol grip handle for comfort and maneuverability, a dual trigger to prevent accidental firing, an ultra-narrow nosepiece for tight corners and hard-to-reach areas, a self-adjusting magazine that automatically conforms to different fastener lengths, last nail lockout and a low load indicator to prevent dry firing, and a reversible belt hook. The manufacturer’s suggested retail prices are $215 for the TN11G1; $305 for the TN11L1; and $329 for the TN21L1. Each nailer comes with a plastic carrying case, a 1/4” swivel air hose fitting, and a five-year warranty.