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Minibrads 18G

Want to buy minibrads 18G? If you are looking for the perfect fasteners for your finishing nailer or bradtacker, you have come to the right place. However, before placing an order, it is wise to check the minimum and maximum length of the fasteners, as mentioned in your tool's user manual. Discover our wide range of minibrads for finishing your woodwork neatly and accurately.

18G Brad, galvanized, different lengths
Manufacturer: BestFix Model: BT13-GA
Galvanized mini brad 18 gauge is available in the following lengths: 10 mm - 5.000 pcs per box 13 mm - 5.000 pcs per box 15 mm - 5.000 pcs per box 20 mm - 5.000 pcs per box 25 mm - 5.000 pcs per box 30 mm - 5.000 pcs per box 35 mm - 5.000 pcs per box 38 mm - 5.000 pcs per box 4..
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Manufacturer: BestFix Model: BT13/..SS
Stainless Steel mini brad 18 gauge is available in the following lengths: 15 mm - 5.000 pcs per box 20 mm - 5.000 pcs per box 25 mm - 5.000 pcs per box 30 mm - 5.000 pcs per box 35 mm - 5.000 pcs per box 40 mm - 5.000 pcs per box 45 mm - 5.000 pcs per box 50 mm - 5.000 pcs per bo..
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What is the application of minibrads 18G?

18 gauge brads are widely used because of their versatility and subtlety. These thin finishing nails are virtually invisible after they have been driven into the material to be attached. This makes them ideal for finishing woodwork. This includes applications such as frames, skirting boards and furniture pieces. The "G" in 18G minibrads stands for the American gauge, and 18 gauge corresponds to a wire thickness of 1.2 mm. In general, 18G finishing nails have a length of 15 to 25 mm.

What distinguishes 18G nails from nails is their thin size and rectangular head. This head is the same width as the shaft but deeper, resulting in greater bonding force. Despite the improved adhesion, less force is required to pull the head through the top layer compared to nails with a larger, round or truncated head. The minibrad offers significant advantages for fine carpentry. However, it is good to know that they are not suitable for larger construction purposes, as they do not have the same pull-out value as nails and screws.

The different types of 18G brads

18 gauge brads are usually made of galvanized steel or stainless steel. When exposed to certain weather conditions or salt water, for example, it is advisable to choose stainless steel mini brads, as they are more resistant to corrosion. The best 18G brad nails therefore depend on the project. However, a disadvantage of stainless steel is that it is considerably more expensive than galvanized steel, due to the high nickel content. Nickel is a valuable material that contributes significantly to the price of stainless steel fasteners.

NF255F/18 is the choice in our opinion combination with 18G minibrads (15 mm - 50 mm range) for mounting material. This lightweight nailer offers ultimate comfort and precision, thanks to the rubber handle that allows long-term effortless and accurate work. The powerful nailer is supplied in a handy plastic case, so you can you can easily take it with you. In addition, the nailer can also be carried separately thanks to the belt hook.

The MAX NF225/18 has useful features including:
  • Adjustable from single shot to contact shot.
  • Quickly openable (without tools) nose with a plastic protective nose.
  • Adjustable depth entry.

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