Cordless XP Framing System Offers Peak Productivity
March 22, 2016
Through the introduction of the new Cordless XP Framing System, Paslode redesigned the Cordless XP Framing System (CF325XP) to include a nailer that delivers a power to weight ratio in its category and new formula framing fuel that delivers effective performance down to 14 degrees Fahrenheit.
“Since introducing the industry’s first cordless nailing system 30 years ago, Paslode has continued to innovate its offering to meet the needs – and exceed expectations – of our end-users,” said John Sara, Product Manager, Paslode. “When we asked our pro partners what issues they’ve experienced with cordless nailers, they responded with: power and performance in colder temperatures. That drove us to develop a system that does it all with unparalleled performance, power and reliability regardless of weather.”
The new Cordless XP Framing System is equipped with a nailer that features a reengineered power vent design for the combustion engine. This innovative design change increases power from 85 to 95 Jules. Additionally, the increased power improves overall usability and reduces labor by driving nails flush into laminated veneer lumber and hardwoods, which eliminates time spent removing and re-nailing standing nails.
Further raising end-user productivity, the Cordless XP Framing System includes Paslode’s breakthrough all-season Framing Fuel formula. The newly re-formulated Framing Fuel eliminates time-consuming workarounds to keep fuel warm enough for effective performance. Even when it’s too cold for compressors to operate properly, Paslode’s Cordless XP Framing System is always ready to work without needing to warm a fuel cell or charge a battery.
To learn more about Paslode’s new Cordless XP Framing System, visit www.paslode.com.