19th January 2012 • Categories: Pex to Wood Stapler, Product Introductions

One-Stroke, Magazine Fed Stapling Action for Securing a PEX Layout  used with In-Floor Radiant heating Installations.

This non-jamming, magazine-fed stapler operates from a standing position to secure a layout of PEX (polyethylene cross-linked tubing) to a wooden sub-floor or base of foamboard.  A solid, non-stick, one-piece polymer magazine slide directs tool weight over the stapler head for maximum control and comfortable one-handed, one-stroke staple insertion.  Exclusive Malco staple designs secure layouts of 3/8, 1/2 or

5/8-in. (9.5, 2.7 or 15.1 mm) PEX.  PEX-to-wood staples feature sure-gripping, ring-shank steel nail inserts in a non-abrasive plastic collar.  Staple designs for securing PEX to a base of 1-in. or 2-in. (25.4 and 50.8 mm) foamboard are a one-piece, all-plastic design with molded-in dual barbs for increased bite.

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Let us know what types and number of in-floor heating systems you install per year:  hydronic or electric; wood floor, foam base or wire grid; above floor, suspended floor, floor joist, ledger board, slab on grade or other.