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06/18/2021

Paslode Cordless XP Framing Nailer

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Paslode has introduced their newest model Cordless XP Framing Nailer with fuel-powered performance.

The new Model CFN325XP is engineered, built, and tested with the pro in mind to get the job done right. It addresses pro contractor needs including strong jobsite performance, greater comfort, and consistent power. 

“Our end-user research identified four opportunities for improvement,” explained Morgan Manning, Paslode senior product manager. “Increased efficiency of loading nails, redesigned grip for better comfort and control, improved performance when rapid-firing nails, and easy battery removal. All of these features have been added to this new model solving pro’s key pain points.” 

The Paslode Cordless XP Framing Nailer is perfect for applications such as framing, truss attachment, wall panels, floor joists, decking, fencing, blocking, and more. Its performance is outstanding thanks to the uniqueness of its fuel powered system that drives 9,000 nails per battery charge and 1,200 nails per fuel cell to keep you productive all day. 

It comes with a rear-load magazine with a bypass follower for faster nail loading – just load and pull.  

The Paslode Cordless XP Framing Nailer is also the lightest cordless framing nailer on the market at 7.2 lbs., up to four pounds lighter than the competition, Paslode said. Its new two-sided texturized padded grip provides added comfort and control with improved ergonomics and maneuverability.

This Paslode Cordless XP Framing Nailer delivers consistent power needed for the toughest jobs, and features a longer fan run time keeping the tool cool, especially during rapid firing. Its Fuel System drives nails flush into LVL and other hard lumber, especially when used in combination with our Fuel + Nail Packs.  

Other pro-focused features include a tool-free adjustable depth of drive and a must-have adjustable rafter belt hook that can rotate for either right or left-handed users. A nail lock-out mechanism engages when five nails are left in the magazine to signal that reloading is necessary and help prevent premature driver blade wear.

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