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New BOSTITCH Coil Framing Nailer Delivers Performance Like No Other

November 1, 2005 – New York, NY – BOSTITCH announced today the introduction of its new model N89C-1 coil framing nailer during a press conference at the Warwick New York Hotel. Global Product Manager Dan Burgjohann said, “Performance is everything to a professional contractor. That’s why BOSTITCH packed the N89C-1 with more than enough power to countersink 3-1/2" framing nails reliably into high-density building materials. We didn’t stop there, however … these framers are packed with a host of features to deliver performance like no other.”

The trend of using dense engineered lumber products has created the need for a more powerful fastening solution. The BOSTITCH N89C-1 responds with 20% more power than previous models by offering 1,050 inch-pounds of driving force.

The N89C-1 allows end-users to decide which type of firing mode best suits their needs. An all-new factory installed “Smart Trigger” comes standard on the tool. This unique trigger design operates in contact (bump-fire) mode when pulled before the nose is depressed; however, it drives nails individually if the nose is depressed before the trigger is pulled. This minimizes the unintentional double-fire effect caused by recoil. Additionally, the N89C-1 includes a second trigger that converts the tool to sequential fire mode if desired.

BOSTITCH chose magnesium – the same metal used in aircraft design – to construct the nailer’s housing because of its lightweight, durable characteristics. The N89C-1 weighs only 8.1 pounds.  Burgjohann explains, “By using magnesium, our engineers shaved off a third of a pound while redistributing the weight to improve balance and minimize recoil. More power, less weight, increased productivity … those are the key characteristics this tool delivers to professional framers.”  The lightweight design, combined with an over-molded grip, works with the user to offer maximum comfort and minimize fatigue during overhead applications or prolonged use.

With a magazine capacity between 225 and 300 nails, the model N89C-1 accepts coil framing nails between 2" to 3-1/2" in length with a shank diameter of .099" to .148".  The N89C’s patented push button depth of drive mechanism allows users to set nails to desired depths in a matter of seconds while a tool-free 360˚ adjustable exhaust directs blow-back in any direction. Additionally, it provides bolt-on steel wear guards with rubber skid pads to protect the housing from daily wear and tear on the jobsite. Currently available on the market, the N89C-1 is expected to sell for approximately $279.

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