Speedway 14.4V Cordless Rivet Gun
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These new cordless riveters are great for fastening large areas of sheet metal, quick and painless. These rivet guns feature a rechargeable lithium battery and come with their own case and charger.
- Replaceable carbon brushes
- Soft grip handle reduces vibration and fatigue
- High capacity 3.0Ah Li-ion battery pack
- Storage for additional nosepieces
- Mandrel collection box
- Boat building
- Race cars
- Display shelves
- Heating, Air Conditioning
- Lighting fixtures
- Restaurant equipment
- Trailers, Cargo containers
- Vending machines
- Capacity: 3/32" - 3/16", 2.4mm - 4.8mm (all materials)
- Stroke length: .79", 20mm
- Traction power: 1,870 lbs
- Weight: 4.6 lbs (with Li-ion battery pack)
- Battery pack: 14.4V / Li-ion, 3.0 A.h
- Charge time: Approx. 60 min.
- When attaching the battery pack, a "beep" sound will occur for 2 seconds that indicates the electric current is connected.
- When the battery runs low, four short "beep" sounds will occur. It is obvious that the battery will need to be changed.
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