The Hitachi NR90GR is a gas-powered framing nailer that can drive up to two nails per second. It features a collapsible hook so that you can hang it from a rafter whenever you need to use both of your hands. You can find the Hitachi NR90GR for a price between $260 and $350. Let’s take a look at some of the other features offered by this cordless framing nailer.
The Hitachi NR90GR operates on a fuel road and a battery. Therefore, you won’t be restrained by having to use a hose that’s attached to an air compressor. Each fuel rod provides enough power to drive about 1,200 nails. The fuel compartment is a double-locking design to ensure that the fuel road remains stable during operation.
The Hitachi NR90GR also uses a 7.2 volt battery. The 1.4 AH battery can completely recharge in one hour. The battery provides enough power to drive over 4,000 nails during a single charge. The Hitachi NR90GR also features a low battery indicator light so that you don’t run out of power unexpectedly.
This framing nailer is equipped with a 33-degree angle magazine. The magazine used for the Hitachi NR90GR can hold one strip of 47 nails. Also, you will appreciate the simple two-step loading procedure. The magazine easily allows you to view how many nails are left so that you don’t have to reload at an inconvenient time. Also, the Hitachi NR90GR features a six nail lock-out feature designed to prevent dry fire.
The Hitachi NR90GR measures 14 inches long and weighs approximately seven pounds. This design won’t produce much strain when you need to use the nailer for long periods of time. Also, the Hitachi NR90GR is equipped with a elastomer-coated handle to provide a secure grip and maximum comfort.
When you buy the Hitachi NR90GR, you are also provided with a pair of safety glasses and a carrying case. You are also provided with a 7.2-volt battery and 1 hour charger. However, the Hitachi NR90GR doesn’t come included with the fuel rods that you need to operate the nailer, so you will have to buy it separately.
The Hitachi NR90GR is a gas-powered framing nailer, so you don’t have to worry about being restrained by an air hose and compressor. The 33-degree angle magazine can hold one strip of 47 nails and offers a simple two-step loading procedure.