Paslode manufactures their nails from top quality steel. They drive straight and true, regardless of the timber density. The Paslode product design ensures ultra high withdrawal resistance. While the superior collation keeps the nails aligned and firing at speed.
Corrosion Resistance Classes
The Australian Standard for fastener performance
(AS3566) was introduced in 1988, amended in 1990 and ratified in 2002. It currently lists four classes of corrosion resistance.
Class 1 For general interior use where corrosion resistance is of minor importance
Class 2 For general interior use where significant levels of condensation occur
Class 3 For general exterior applications including treated timbers (not suitable for external coastal regions)
Class 4 For external use in marine and moderately severe corrosive environments, generally within 1km from marine surf, although topography and/or strong prevailing winds may extend this distance