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21 Gauge Brads

21 Gauge Brads


 

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21 Gauge Slight Head Brad Nails are a good choice for delicate trim work

The B21 series 21 gauge slight head brad nails are used for finish and trim carpentry applications. Often called "pin nails" by some, these are designed to fill the gap between 18 gauge brad nails and 23 gauge pin nails. Our 21 gauge brads come in a variety of lengths including 1/2", 5/8", 3/4", 7/8", 1", 1-3/16", 1-9/16", 1-3/4", and 2". Designed with with a slight head to minimize the nail entry hole to help reduce the need for spackle and putty. These straight (no angle) brads and are compatible with Omer MG and Cadex M Series tools and similar brad nailers including the Senco FinishPro 21.

Applications on these special brads can be include furniture assembly, door and window beading, decorative trimming, and panel assembly among other types of general woodworking projects.

The B21 series 21 gauge slight head brad nails are currently available in only Electro Galvanized:

Electro Galvanized is best suited for interior trim applications and light exterior outdoor projects where corrosion is not a concern. Electro Galvanization provides a very thin layer of zinc coating with a measure of protection against the elements. Over time these nails may corrode with prolonged exposure to the elements. Not recommended for ACQ Treated Lumber.

For projects that involve joining or installing more delicate pieces of trim, we recommend using our 23 gauge micro pins to avoid splitting or leaving a visible entry hole in the wood.


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