DeWalt 20V MAX Cordless Cable Stapler
The lightweight solution provides speedy, efficient stapling.
DeWalt is debuting a new 20V MAX Cordless Cable Stapler.
The tool is compact, lightweight, and replaces manual cable fastening methods. According to DeWalt, the cordless stapler is twice as fast as manual hammer stapling, helping to provide fast and efficient wire-ups in residential wiring applications.
In addition, the 20V MAX Cordless Cable Stapler is Made in the USA with global materials, the company said.
The 4.7-pound (without a battery) 20V MAX Cordless Cable Stapler is primarily designed for fastening NM-B (Romex) wires and cables, but can also be used for low-voltage applications.
A proprietary cable guide helps to drive staples safely and accurately over the cable. The compact frame and lightweight design are ideal for tight spaces. A center-mounted LED light helps to eliminate shadows and illuminate the work area in low light conditions. It is compatible with the new UL Listed DeWalt DRS1800 1″ insulated cable staples, which are sold separately.
A belt clip that is included with the stapler offers left or right placement, depending on user preference.
The product will be available in early 2019, DeWalt said.
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DeWalt stands up for Lady Liberty
The tool manufacturer has provided funding and tools for the construction of the Statue of Liberty Museum.
DeWalt has launched a partnership with the Statue of Liberty-Ellis Island Foundation.
The manufacturer of industrial power tools, hand tools, and storage solutions will help support the construction of the new Statue of Liberty Museum. Scheduled to be completed in 2019, the museum will allow millions of visitors to experience the history and message of the Statue of Liberty.
Through the partnership, DeWalt has provided funding and donated thousands of premium power tools, hand tools, and accessories, including a variety of contributions from the FlexVolt System, to assist with on-site construction services. DeWalt has also provided infrastructure services through the DeWalt Jobsite WiFi System, enabling connectivity throughout the remote location for both construction crews and visitors alike
“As part of our pursuit to equip extreme jobsites around the world with DeWalt’s premium cordless tools, we are thrilled to support the Statue of Liberty-Ellis Island Foundation’s significant and deserving efforts in constructing the Statue of Liberty Museum,” said Allison Nicolaidis, chief marketing officer for DeWalt. “It is a privilege to take part in honoring Lady Liberty’s continued legacy as a symbol of freedom and opportunity.”
Stephen Briganti, president and CEO of the Statue of Liberty-Ellis Island Foundation, said, “The numerous contributions from DeWalt have been a great value to the Statue of Liberty Museum project. They’ve been a wonderfully collaborative partner and our entire team looks forward to celebrating next year’s opening with DeWalt.”
The museum’s construction is being led by Boonton, N.J.-based Phelps Construction Group.
“We were awarded this project around four years ago and have been doing all of the pre-construction,” said Doug Phelps, president of Phelps Construction Group. “To be out here actually building the museum that’s going to represent the Statue of Liberty and our country is a great honor for all the men working out here. The tradesmen on-site didn’t realize at first that the tools donated were going to be given to them and that they were going to be able to use them on the job. It was a real morale booster for us.”
The tool manufacturer said the marks the beginning of the DeWalt Honors campaign. Through 2019, DeWalt will highlight builders globally who exemplify a lifetime of work in the building and construction trades on sites of historical and cultural significance, like Liberty Island.
The first of these includes Liberty Island as well as Le Château de la Mothe-Chandeniers, a 13th century chateau in Europe that has been abandoned since 1932.
Purchased by 9,000 owners from 120 countries with a vision to restore the castle to its previous glory, more than 60 professionals will work to restore the castle across key trades including masonry, plumbing, electrical, framework, and carpentry. DEWALT will be a key partner supporting trade professionals on these sites, showcasing the ability to tackle tough, largescale renovation challenges around the globe.
Based in Towson, Md., DeWalt is a subsidiary of Stanley Black & Decker.
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