RAPTOR Nailes & Staples | Technical Information

RAPTOR® Technical Information

Tech-Specs, Data Sheets, Recommended Lengths,
Wood Species, Tool Instructions and Schematics

RAPTOR® fasteners do not perform the same as metal fasteners, so we have compiled performance data for RAPTOR® nails and staples, information on how RAPTOR® will drive in different wood species and how to select the proper RAPTOR® nail length. Additionally, in this section you can access tool schematics and tool operational instructions as well as the SDS for RAPTOR® fasteners.

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  • Polymer Composite Nails ( "Plastic Nails" )

    RAPTOR® PLASTIC COMPOSITE NAILS hold better than metal nails in tensile, but are weaker in shear strength. RAPTOR® nails are UV resistant and solvent resistant. Continue to see the details. Read More »

  • Polymer Composite Staples ( "Plastic Staples" )

    RAPTOR® PLASTIC COMPOSITE STAPLES hold better than metal staples in tensile, but are weaker in shear strength. RAPTOR® staples are UV resistant and solvent resistant. They do not become more brittle at low temperatures and can be used at high temperatures. Read More »

  • Safety Data Sheets

    The SDS (Safety Data Sheet) is given here for most RAPTOR® fasteners. The SDS shows that RAPTOR® fasteners are inert, unreactive and stable. They do not pose any health hazard. Read More »

  • Species of Wood

    The SPECIES OF WOOD table shows the density of common woods. The drivability of RAPTOR® fasteners depends on the density and hardness of the wood and the shape of the fastener, so the table assists in determining if RAPTOR® will penetrate particular woods. Read More »

  • Tool Schematics & Instructions

    TOOL SCHEMATICS are here for all of our tools. INSTRUCTIONS are shown for loading and operation of a few of our tools to help new users. Read More »

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