Paslode IM360Ci

£582.00 inc VAT

The Paslode IM360Ci Li-ion Framing Nailer is the ultimate tool for any professional roofer or handyman!
It's easy to charge and has been designed to have optimal balance creating minimal user fatigue while also increasing working hours to their maximum level.

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FRRC now stocks the Paslode IM360Ci Li-ion Framing Nailer!
The kit includes:

  • IM360Ci Framing Gas Nailer
  • High Impact Carry Case
  • Li-ion+ Battery 2.1 Ah
  • Li-ion+ Battery Charger
  • Cleaning Solution
  • Impulse Lubricant
  • Safety glasses to EN166:F
  • Safety Instructions
  • Alien Key

Paslode’s framing nailer is made with intelligent power saving technology, which means that you can increase battery life by up to 25%. The user keeps track of how much charge is left on this device with the one-touch LED indicator, which reveals the remaining power, and also alerts them of when there are only 300 shots of gas remaining. Each charge creates 13,000 shots and at a super fast rate of 200 shots within 2 minutes. To prevent power wastage the product is also designed with a lockable on and off switch.

What also makes the Paslode IM360Ci great is its ability to withstand incredibly low temperatures, so that users can work in temperatures up to -15°C!

As well as being easy to charge, the IM360Ci has been designed to have optimal balance thanks to Paslode’s gas technology and feel like an extension to the user’s arm. Furthermore, it has a fantastic power to weight ratio, consequently creating minimal user fatigue while also increasing working hours to their maximum level.

The Paslode IM360Ci is usable on the following jobs:

  • Timber Frames
  • Truss Work
  • Stud Work
  • Roof Battening
  • External Cladding
  • Joists
  • Floor Boarding
  • Noggins
  • Soffits
  • Roof Decking
  • Roofing
  • Fencing
  • Shuttering
  • Decking
  • Overboarding
  • Hoarding

Overall, the Paslode IM360Ci is the tool of all tools. Due to this, it is the must-have tool of all professional handymen.
Pick one up from FRRC immediately while stocks last.

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