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Hitachi NV45AB2 Coil Roofing Nailer

by Hitachi
15 customer reviews

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  • Lightweight--only 5.5 pounds
  • Depth-of-drive adjustment
  • Carbide-tipped nose push lever
  • Steel body rails
  • 30 day satisfaction guarantee and one year warranty on parts and labor
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Product Description

Hitachi NV45AB2 Roofing Nailer, Coil, Wire Collation -Side LoadTechnology is the common thread behind the Hitachi brand. It's what makes Hitachi products superior in design and durability. From its birth, Hitachi has pioneered innovative technologies that have improved lives around the world. This knowledge is shared across all Hitachi divisions worldwide and is incorporated into applications that benefit many different products.Hitachi NV45AB2 Roofing Nailer, Coil, Wire Collation -Side Load Features: 5.5lbs, lightweight and well balanced for easy maneuverability Side loading magazine, convenient and easy for quick replenishment Tool-less depth of drive adjustment, for precision nailing/flush driving Carbide tipped push lever, reduces wear Rubber pads, help keep nailer from sliding off roof when not in use Quick driving, for maximum efficiency Pneumatic power feed and return, allows tool to operate in the harshest conditions Long-lasting rubber grip, for added comfort Includes: Safety Glasses

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Many power tools are not designed with protection and consequently spend their lives getting bumped around on the job site. Hitachi's coil roofing nailer is an exception. This nailer has two metal plates, or what Hitachi calls Steel Body Wear Protectors, at the back and front of the machine that act as bumpers to protect the tool's condition and extend its life--which makes sense, when you think of the beating a roofing nailer is subjected to. No question about it, Hitachi's NV45AB is a good gun. We like the way the nailer fires, the guide plate that helps keep nails flush, and how the rubber safety valve in the nosepiece keeps debris out. The grip's great: it's wrapped around the handle and made of a porous rubber that really sticks to your hand so you don't have to worry that sweating will take a toll on comfort or productivity. And of all the nailers we've looked at, this one's definitely in the running for most handsome, with a nice silver finish. But don't buy it for how it looks; this nailer's solid feel and action are reason enough. --Michael Shilling

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Technical Details
Part Number NV45AB2
Product Dimensions13.3 x 12.8 x 6 inches
OriginJapan
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Item model numberNV45AB
Discontinued by manufacturerYes
Power Sourceair-powered
Item Package Quantity1
Maximum Pressure 120 PSI
Included Componentsbare-tool
  
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Additional Information
ASINB0000225JO
Best Sellers Rank #626,041 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight7 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Domestic Shipping Item can be shipped within U.S.
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Date First AvailableDecember 20, 2001
  
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17 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Tim B on February 15, 2001
I own a roofing company in Michigan and for the past 6 years we have been using Hitachi roofing guns. The best thing about them is they are very durable. They have survived many falls, one from 4 storeis up onto a concrete slab and the only thing wrong with it was the top needed to be tightened back down. These guns operate flawlessly, all they require is daily oiling and the ocasional cleaning and O-ring replacement. In a years time we probably install over 5000 squares of shingles and spend maybe $25 per year on each gun to maitain them. These guns are very easily repaired, just a few bolts to get them apart and within a half hour or so you can replace all of the O-rings and gaskets yourself. Wich saves $$$ and when your in business to make money every bit you save only helps. These guns are built to last and perform consistantly from day 1. The only bad thing is trying to find an air compressor to keep up!
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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By stephen carpenter on January 31, 2001
I have been roofing for 15 years and have had my own company for 10 of those years. So tools mean the difference between making a profit or just making it. I owned a few differnt brands of guns for 4 years.When I bought my first Hitachi roofing nailer I wanted to return it right away because it was so much different than any other gun I've used. Boy am I glad I did'nt do that, they are so reliable and the action is so true and fast. Other guns are sloppy in the nose gear and have slow response.When you are putting down 2-3 squares an hour you can't afford delays.We own 4 of the Hitachi's now. I have been very satisfied with the speed and handeling of these guns.Therefore I dub them THE FERARI OF ROOFING GUNS
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By dave whitaker on September 8, 2000
I PERSONALLY OWN 2 OF THESE NAILERS AND THEY ARE BY FAR THE BEST ROOFING NAILER ON THE MARKET. I BOUGHT MY FIRST ONE IN 1990 AND THE LATEST ONE IN 1999. WE RUN BOTH GUNS ON THE JOB AND NOTHING CAN KEEP UP WITH THEM. IF YOU ARE LOOKING FOR A ROOFING GUN, LOOK NO FURTHER!!
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Toolpig on November 26, 2000
I don't personally enjoy roofing.I normally sub that part of the job out. One thing I have noticed is that every reputable roofing company I have seen uses this gun. As the toolpig I asked why. The comments are always the same. This is the best gun money can buy. It is simply the most dependable and most consisent coil nailer on the market. With its overwhelming popularity I never considered any other gun. I bought one to have on hand for small jobs and have never had any trouble with it. I have lent it out several times and so far everyone has loved using it. I highly recommend it.
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25 of 31 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on November 19, 1999
This is the tool the pro's use. Why, because of the day in day out dependability. If you have not ever used an Hitachi pneumatic you do not know what your missing. SIMPLY THE VERY BEST PNEUMATIC MONEY CAN BUY!
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Captain Eddie on October 22, 2000
Easy to load, easy to carry, seldom jams. What more could anyone ask for. This gun has it all and the price is right. If you need a rugged tool for daily use, there is none better than this one.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Nick Kuespert on October 9, 2000
I've been a roofer for about 10 years and I've used almost every brand of gun on the market, but this one has definatley been the best of them all! I've had it for about 3 years, and as long as you don't use 1"3/4 nails, it will keep going untill you can't go anymore without jamming. I would reccomend this lightweight unit to anyone who is serious about nailing a lot of shingles.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on July 20, 2003
just started to take on large roofing projects myself (i used to sub them out)and asked around which gun to buy. the answer was either stanley or hitachi. personally i hate stanley, so went with the nv45. my 1st project with the gun was 27 squares.
it was a reroof so i used 1 3/4" nails. at least 60-70% of the nails needed a little persuasion with my hammer. a real waste of time. but the gun only jammed once which wasnt bad to clear, it only took a minute. had the pressure up to 100 psi so am not sure what the problem was.
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