Pneumatic Flooring Nailer for installing hardwood floors between 1/2 - 3/4 inches thick. Used by many contractors and DIY floor installers this tool works well for all skill levels. The sturdy long handle allows for great control and keeps you from breaking your back. The nail magazine holds 100 floor nails, and nail length can vary between 1 1/2" to 2" depending on what you need. The air inlet is standard 1/4". Air consumption is low at 4.5 CFM and allows you to use a small compressor. Input pressure should be controlled between 60 and 100 PSI. With a little practice this tool will allow you to lay hundreds of square feet per day. Depending on the type of wood you will need to vary the input pressure. Bamboo is very hard and brittle and requires a low pressure to prevent damage. Teak and some other very dense hard woods will require 100 PSI. You should test on a piece of scrap plank to make sure you are getting good results. The pneumatic flooring nailer is used by placing it on the edge of a piece of hardwood flooring. The included mallet is then used to strike the actuator and fire the nail in. The most difficult part of the process is just moving the pneumatic flooring nailer around. Include in the kit is a Carrying Case, Pneumatic Flooring Nailer , Safety Glasses, Air Tool Oil, Base Plate, S3 Hex Key S4 Hex Key S5 Hex Key Wrench, and Instruction Manual.