The Milwaukee Tool invests all its research and development

The Milwaukee Tool invests all its research and development in wireless battery technology – looking for more power and range from the batteries themselves and more power from the brushless motors that power them. In addition to the redesigned wireless surface nailers, Milwaukee has announced that it will add wireless frame nailers to its M18 battery platform this fall. Equipped with an M18 12. 0Ah High Output battery, the tool can thread approximately 25 2″ GDP wires on a single charge. Equipped with an M18 12 battery. 0Ah High performance, the saw must be capable of making 570 cross cuts on 2x4s, 200 cuts on 2x12s and 150 cuts on LVLs on a single charge. A few years ago, Milwaukee launched its first range of wireless surface nailers. Available in 21-degree and 30-degree versions, the nailers will pull the two 700 nails per charge if equipped with an M18 5.0Ah battery. The M18 fuel pipe cutter is the first wireless pipe cutter on the market. It is a manual tool equipped with an automatic stop function that automatically stops the tool when it detects significant recoil. 12″ wireless miter saw with double sliding bezel. The saw runs on a single M18 battery and is powered by a 5,800 rpm brushless motor. Both nailers are equipped with a dry fire barrier, belt hooks and beams and an LED work light.

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