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Paslode CF325 902200 Cordless Framing Nailer

by Paslode
26 customer reviews

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  • For use only with Paslode Fuel plus Nail Combo Packs
  • New orange QUICKLODE Fuel offers a patented no-step design with no snapping, no twisting, no aligning. Just drop it in and go.
  • New redesigned nose for Toe-nailing at any angle
  • New Faster operation allows for easy firing in hard-to-reach spaces
  • Heavy Duty Utility Hook- Hang the tool on work belt or rafter
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Technical Details

  • Portable

Product Description

Product Description

Cordless Framing Nailer CF325, Drives 2" To 3-1/4" Paper Tape Nails, Orange Fuel Cell Required, No Hose Or Compressor Required, Comes With Rugged Plastic Carrying Case, 1 Battery & Battery Charger, Shoots Both Clipped Head & Round Drive Nails, Features A Lightweight & Well Balanced Design, Tool Free Depth Adjustment & Powerful Motor To Tackle A Variety Of Framing Applications, The Tool Includes A New Redesigned Nose For Toe Nailing At Any Angle, Is Excellent For Framing, Wall Sheathing, Roof Sheathing, Floor Decking & More, Can Drive 3-1/4" Nails Into LVL & Pressure Treated Lumber, Requires Fuel Cell & Battery To Operate.

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Ideal for framers, general contractors, custom homebuilders, and remodelers, the CF325 Fuel-Powered Cordless Framing Nailer (#902200) drives nails fast thanks to steel O-rings, an aggressive nose piece, and an innovative fuel-and-nail combo pack. And with no cords, hoses, or compressors to drag around, you'll save time and get powerful, precise performance everywhere you take this must-have tool.


The CF325 Fuel-Powered Cordless Framing Nailer
At a Glance:
  • Cordless, lightweight portability; no hoses or compressor
  • Drives 3-1/4" PowerBoost Black Tip Coated nails into LVL
  • Tool-free depth adjustment
  • Includes carrying case, rafter/belt hook, quicklode fuel cell, rechargeable 6V battery, battery charger, and more
  • 1-year full warranty; 5-year extended warranty

Cordless and lightweight at 7.5 lbs, the nailer is ideal for work in tight spaces.

Nose acctuation increases speed and facilitates nailing in corners.
Cordless Design for Flexibility on the Job
With the CF325 Fuel-Powered Cordless Framing Nailer, you'll never have to worry about dragging around annoying cords, dirty hoses, or bulky compressors. Instead, you'll get the portability and flexibility you need to move around the jobsite and finish hard-to-reach areas--without the mess and clutter of a pneumatic tool. And because you won't need to set up or break down, you'll save both time and labor costs.

Drive Nails in the Toughest Lumber
Ideal for professionals and remodeling enthusiasts, the powerful CF325 Fuel-Powered Cordless Framing Nailer drives 3-1/4" PowerBoost Black Tip Coated nails (available only with Paslode Fuel + Nail Combo Packs) in the toughest lumber, so you can handle decking, sub-assembly blocking, sheathing, and trussing of all types. And when you're tackling a big job, you'll be grateful for the high-capacity magazine, which holds up to 48 nails (one strip).

What's more, this nailer offers the convenience of a nail lockout feature that prevents blank fires and a tool-free depth-of-drive adjustment. And for durability and speed, the CF325 has an aggressive nosepiece and steel O-rings.

Big Power in a Compact Package
The CF325 Fuel-Powered Cordless Framing Nailer uses a patented fuel plus battery system to give you exceptional power and performance. The included rechargeable battery will drive 4,000 nails on one charge, while one Orange quicklode Fuel Cell (included) will drive up to 1,300 nails. The nailer itself can drive approximately 50,000 nails before it needs cleaning--up to 5x more nails than the previous model.

Lightweight and compact, the 7.5-lb. CF325 is easy on the arms, and it fits easily between 16" on-center studs, joists, and roof trusses. And with a non-slip grip that reduces hand fatigue, it's comfortable to hold, even during all-day jobs.

For easy mobility, the CF325 features a heavy-duty rafter hook that makes it easy to hang the CF325 on a tool belt, ladder, or rafter.

The CF325 is backed by a one-year normal wear parts warranty and a five-year limited warranty.

About Paslode: Providing Professionals with Innovative Solutions
With more than 70 years of experience, Paslode provides the standard by which other pneumatic and cordless fastening systems are measured. With its goal to provide professional users with high-quality fasteners and fastening tools, Paslode has achieved many industry firsts and innovations, including powerful tools that drive through the toughest woods--even LVL--and fuel-cell batteries that save time and energy.

What's in the Box
Nailer; one Orange quicklode Fuel Cell; rechargeable 6.0-volt oval battery; two-hour AC battery charger; rugged carrying case; owner's manual; safety glasses; and 5/32" hex wrench.



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Technical Details
Part Number 902200
Item Weight14 pounds
Product Dimensions19 x 5 x 19 inches
Item model numberCF325
Power Sourcebattery-powered
Item Package Quantity1
Special FeaturesPortable
Included Componentscase
Batteries Included?Yes
Batteries Required?Yes
  
Additional Information
ASINB001FCNN38
Best Sellers Rank #263,832 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight14 pounds
Domestic Shipping Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
International Shipping This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
Date First AvailableJanuary 1, 2007
  
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101 of 108 people found the following review helpful By MicTrik on December 18, 2009
This latest offering from Paslode is the next iteration of their venerable cordless framing nailer (IMCT). The unit has addressed some issues that existed with the original design and has added some new features. Some people found the firing rate of the previous design to be a little slow so this new nailer does fire faster. The nose of this nailer actuates in more positions and with less pressure than the older model making the nailing process a little easier when toe-nailing in tight areas. The fuel cell has been redesigned so that it is a simple drop in as some people apparently had issues with the fuel cell not mating properly with the metering valve; I never experienced this myself. This unit holds more nails per load and the rafter hook has been redesigned so that it can actually be hung on a rafter as the older style was to narrow. Finally they redesigned the combustion chamber with the intent of increasing the time that the nailer will operate reliably before needing to be cleaned. I have no reason to doubt this but it is too early for me to tell if it has been achieved.
All in all the unit itself is a nice redesign that fits well in the hand and addresses a few deficiencies with the earlier design. However this offering does bring a whole new and in my opinion a show stopping issue to the table. Paslode management has decided to package the fuel cells for this product with the nails. This mean that they must be purchased together so if the cell runs out, is defective or you lose a fuel cell you have to get more nails. This also does not bode well for those who have stocked up on nails. The fact that the redesigned fuel cells are not compatible with the older units is a problem in itself and forcing customers to buy nails with the cells just adds insult to injury.
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41 of 42 people found the following review helpful By Michael St Jean on June 24, 2009
the gun works like a charm! toe nailing is greatly improved with this gun because of the new tip that you can change depth with your hands. I used this gun all day for framing a big deck, went through half a box of ACQ 3 1/4" nails and every time I pulled the trigger the nail drove home, not one miss fire. when gun gets hot it still keeps working perfectly (new stainless O rings) the fuel cell is easier to load and unload. Much improved over the previous 900420 cordless Paslode framer. The only reason why this gun gets a 4 star is because you can't buy the fuel cells without buying a box of 1000 Paslode nails. New orange fuel cell is different than the red fuel cells and you can't switch the cap of the fuel cell. they say that you should be able to drive over a 1000 nails with one fuel cell, well from what I've experienced with the 900420, if you don't have the perfect weather conditions (like 15 degrees) your fuel cells don't last that long and you need to keep an extra cell warm in your pocket, so while the one in your gun is getting too cold to work, you can switch with the warm one in your pocket. If they start selling fuel cells separately I will change the 4 star rating to 5.
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27 of 27 people found the following review helpful By S. Willis on October 11, 2009
I recently purchased Palsode's new and improved CF-325 cordless framing nailer when my 10 year old Impulse bit the dust. I like the rubberized hand grip which helps in keeping the gun under control as my hands are dripping with sweat, which is almost all the time down here in southern most Key West, Florida. (hot, hot, hot). I can toe nail like a dream with this gun. The gun hanger has a cool improvement, as it will hang off my tool belt or when switched around can hang on joists. Very handy. The new fuel cell set up keeps the fuel cell firmly in place so that it does not dislodge while firing, like in the older gun. The door for the fuel cell compartment is much beefier with metal parts, rather than just plastic. The depth setting is a breeze as you can do so by hand rather than having to break out the tools. I have gone through 4500 nails with no problems. I was very frustrated trying to find replacement fuel cells. None of the lumber yards in the Keys had heard of this new gun, let alone sell fuel cells. My only complaint is a ditto on the previous reviewer in that Paslode is not selling fuel cells by themselves. You have to buy nails and fuels cells toghter in a combo pack. I had plenty of nails from Home Depot and did not want pay the shipping fee for more nails just to get fuel cells. I hear that Home Depot is going to be selling the combo packs and the new gun in about 1 month. Fortunately, I was able to buy separate fuel cells on ebay and get back to nailing.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By MVR on September 7, 2012
This is late summer 2012, have been using Paslode framing gun for two years now and am thinking it's a good idea to chime in on our experience. We are a long long time general contracting company, have used all manner of nail guns for decades (four decades plus and counting).
Just so you know if you are looking to purchase this gun we are very positive about it.
Others have written previously regarding all the details regarding the nails and gas availability etc so I wont discuss all that and the aspect of getting the nails while not totally convenient is not bad since Home Depots are everywhere for the most part.
Bottom line, our crew always goes for this gun first and foremost simply due to not having to get out the compressor and hose(s) also. Saves time/money/physical energy!
It has been very reliable day to day.
One note that I can add is that so far we cannot get rid of our old Hitachi and Senco pneumatic nailers yet, since we are doing framing with permits/codes/structural engineers/inspectors etc, and the Paslode system (as far as I am aware) does not offer the variety of specific lengths and guages of nails needed to conform with specs on structural designs/plans here in California.
Another point is that before purchase I was worried about the aspect I had heard regarding the exhaust problem indoors. We have had no problem using this gun indoors in terms of that concern.
The gun is somewhat louder than the air guns in general BTW.
OK?
Good luck and safety first!
Max
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