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GAS ACTUATED FASTENING 
 Simpson Strongtie Anchoring System (Made in USA)
 
GCN150 Gas-Actuated Concrete Nailer System 

GCN150 Pack  GCN150

The GCN150 gas-actuated concrete nailer is a portable fastening tool for attaching light-duty fixtures such as drywall track, furring strips, hat track and angle track to concrete, steel, CMU and metal deck. The GCN150 has a portable gas fuel supply that does not require electrical cords or hoses. The GCN150 sets up quickly and offers maximum productivity. With a 500 shot-per-hour capacity and a pin jam release door, the GCN150 makes fastening pins fast and easy. Additional attributes include two-step pin loading into the magazine, light and well-balanced weight, a battery indicator light and a sure-grip rubber handle pad.

Features:

  • Fast: 40-pin magazine and 1,200-shot fuel cell for reduced loading time 
  • Easy to use: Automatic piston reset 
  • Easy open jam release door 
  • Portable: No hoses, cords, or external energy source required 
  • Convenient: Simple 2-step pin loading and open-blade guide-jam release 
  • Easy-load fuel compartment 
  • No possibility of firing with no pins – when tool is down to last 2 pins in the pin magazine a "lock off" occurs 
  • Ladder hook 

Specifications:

  • Tool dimensions: Length – 17.3", Width – 4.2", 
  • Height – 15.3" 
  • Weight: 8.3 lbs 
  • Magazine capacity: 42 
  • Average number of fastens per fuel cell: 1,200 
  • Average number of fastens per battery charge: 3,300 
  • Average battery charge time: 2 hours 
  • Fastener type: Length – 1/2" to 1 1/2", 
  • Diameter – .102" to .109" 

Key Fastening Applications:

  • Drywall track to concrete, steel, CMU or metal deck 
  • Furring strips to concrete, steel or CMU 
  • Plywood to concrete, steel or CMU 
  • Angle track to concrete, steel or metal deck 

Tool is sold in rugged fixtured Tool Box and includes:

  • 2 Batteries 
  • 1 Charger 
  • Safety glasses 
  • Ear protection 
  • Operators manual 
  • Tool schematic 
  • Tool cleaning instructions 

Fuel Cell: 

GFC34 Fuel Cell

The GFC34 fuel cell is designed to operate with the GCN150 and GCN-MEP Gas-Actuated Concrete Nailers and also works with many major brand gas concrete-nailer tools. The fuel cell provides 1,200 shots and can operate at temperatures between 20°–120°F (-6°–49°C). The fuel cells are offered in a 2-per-pack clamshell. Additionally, one fuel cell is included with each pack of 1,000 pins.

Gas Fuel Cells for the GCN150:

Gas Fuel Cells

 Pins:

GDP

GDP concrete pins are designed to work with the GCN150 and GCN-MEP (with magazine attached) gas-actuated concrete nailer tools as well as with most major brand gas concrete-nailer tools. The 10-fastener patented strip is designed with break-away plastic. The pins are designed for use in A36, A572 and A992 steel, concrete and CMU block.

2.7mm Diameter Shank Drive Pins for the GCN150

GDP Product Data

25mm Lathing Washer

GWL-100

For installation of wire lathing, use with Simpson Strong-Tie GMR magnetic ring adaptor and
install with any size Simpson GDP pin. 1,000 washers per pack.

 GDPS Steel Pins:

GDPS

The GDPS pins are designed to work in the GCN150 and GCN-MEPMAG gas-actuated nailer tools for installation into A36, A572 Grade 50 and A992 structural steel. The step-shank pin, with smaller-diameter tip, facilitates easier penetration into the steel, while the larger diameter upper shank provides more shear resistance and successful installation.

Tension Loads in Normal-Weight Concrete

Tension Loads in Normal-Weight Concrete

  1. The fasteners must not be driven until the concrete has reached the designated minimum compressive strength. 
  2. Minimum concrete thickness must be three times the fastener embedment into the concrete. 
  3. The allowable shear values are only for the fasteners in the concrete. Members connected to the concrete must be investigated in accordance with accepted design criteria. 

Shear Loads in Normal-Weight Concrete

Shear Loads in Normal-Weight Concrete

  1. The fasteners must not be driven until the concrete has reached the designated minimum compressive strength. 
  2. Minimum concrete thickness must be three times the fastener embedment into the concrete. 
  3. The allowable shear values are only for the fasteners in the concrete. Members connected to the concrete must be investigated in accordance with accepted design criteria. 

GCN150  Easy open jam release door

Replacement Parts

Replacement Parts


Product Listing

Product List - Gas Actuated Fastening

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