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Fastening Tools

  Stanley is one of the world’s preeminent manufacturers of fastening tools, and is responsible
for helping to elevate awareness and performance from a niche product to an indispensable,
must-own line of tools.

  This broad category includes four distinct and distinguished tool lines: staplers (manual and
electric), hammer tackers, hand “pop” riveters and electric glue guns. There are nearly 2 dozen
fastening tools, so if you’ve got something to fasten down or hold together, Stanley has the tool
to get the job done right.

  Professional contractors have relied on Stanley manual staplers since the 1970s, and it’s easy
to understand why. These ruggedly built tools are tough enough to survive dusty, dirty job sites
and still provide enough power to drive staples into thick, dense wood – day in and day out, all day
long. There are three types of staplers to choose from: staple-only models, ones that shoot staples
and brads, and another that fires staples and special cable staples to fasten wires and cables up
to 1/4-inch diameter. Some of the many features found on Stanley staplers include easy-squeeze
handles, quick-loading magazines, high/low power switch and anti-jam mechanisms.

  Stanley also makes two heavy-duty electric fastening tools. Its versatile stapler/brad nailer
drives staples and brads up to 1-1/4 inches long. There’s a dedicated brad nailer, as well, which
shoots 18-gauge brads ranging in length from 5/8 inch to 1-1/4 inches. Each electric model features
a high/low power switch, contoured grip for comfort and 8-foot power cord.

  Rounding out Stanley’s stapler line is a pair of heavy-duty hammer tackers. These swing-and tap
tools provide a quick and effective way to staple down sheet materials, such as house wrap,
roofing felt, building paper and carpet padding. To complement its line of staplers, Stanley offers
four different hand riveters, which provide quick, reliable ways to install steel, aluminum and
stainless steel “pop” rivets.

  Some of the many Stanley enhancements found on these tools include extra-long handles for
increased leverage, rugged die-cast metal construction, interchangeable nose pieces that store
in the handle, the ability to install grommets, and a spring-loaded mechanism that automatically
ejects the rivet stem. There’s even a model with a swiveling head for setting rivets straight on or
at an angle.

  If you can’t staple, nail or rivet the parts together, don’t worry; Stanley’s got you covered with
its line of electric hot-melt glue guns. The high-performance, trigger-feed guns are equipped
with many convenient, user-friendly features such as a dual heater for high/low temperature
applications, auto-off light, foldout stand, cushion grip and interchangeable nozzles.

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