DEWALT’s Innovative Framing Nailers Cut Downtime

DEWALT Unveils New Cordless Framing Nailers for Enhanced Jobsite Efficiency DEWALT, a leading provider of jobsite solutions under Stanley Black & Decker, introduces the latest 20V MAX* XR® Brushless Cordless 21º Plastic Collated Framing Nailer (DCN920) and 30º Paper Collated Framing Nailer (DCN930). These nailers boast powerful performance across diverse applications and feature an innovative flywheel design aimed at reducing downtime between shots, enabling continuous operation even after the trigger is released.

Tyler Knight, Senior Product Manager at Stanley Black & Decker, emphasized the significance of productivity on the jobsite, stating, “The new DEWALT nailers ensure optimal efficiency with their innovative flywheel, eliminating ramp-up time between shots in rapid sequential mode. Weighing just 8.65 lbs. each (tool only), they offer the convenience and mobility of cordless operation without the setup and breakdown delays associated with compressors and hoses.”

These nailers empower professionals to install up to 530 sqft. of subflooring** and complete up to 100 ft. of wall framing per charge†, significantly enhancing productivity. Moreover, both models drive nails up to 72% more sub-flush than previous nailer models††.

The next-generation nailers are compatible with newly introduced optional extended magazines, DZN920 and DZN930 (sold separately), constructed from high-strength magnesium to hold two strips of nails. They enable users to align and drive nails up to 3-1/2 in. at aggressive angles, making them ideal for “toe-nailing” applications. Additionally, with field-serviceable springs and a driver blade, these nailers require less maintenance, reducing downtime.

The DEWALT 20V MAX* XR® 21º Plastic Collated Framing Nailer and 30º Paper Collated Framing Nailer, along with the extended magazines, will be available in April at authorized DEWALT retailers.

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*Maximum initial battery voltage (measured without a workload) is 20 volts. Nominal voltage is 18. **32 nails per 3/4 in. OSB subfloor 4 ft. x 8 ft. panel, using DCB205 5Ah battery (sold separately). †7 nails per SPF wall stud, using DCB205 5Ah battery (sold separately). †† vs. DCN21PL and DCN692, 3.25 in. smooth shank nail into laminated veneer lumber, using DCB205 5Ah battery (sold separately).

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