FAQ: How Often Should You Service A Paslode Nail Gun?

Paslode recommend that you clean and lubricate your nailer every 50,000 shots. If it’s being used in a dirty environment or at high nailing rates for extended periods of time then this should be more often. Cleaning your nail gun is easy and shouldn’t take any longer than 15 minutes.

How often should I oil my nail gun?

How often should I oil my tool? Daily. And if you’re working on an extended project, oil the tool before you start working and again mid-way through the day (after a lunch break, for instance). If the nailer’s sat unused for a while, you definitely want to oil it before using it again.

Why is my Paslode nail gun misfiring?

Misfiring is the most common repair that we conduct. Possible causes for a Paslode nail gun not firing are: A nail jam is stopping the nails from moving forward. The gas fuel cell is empty, out-of-date or not attached properly.

Can I use other nails in my paslode?

As far as I know only Paslode Roundrive will fit the Im90 and any other nail will not work right. The Roundrive have a full round head wheras any other on the market have D heads. You will find the firing pin will hit one Roundrive bang on wheras it will hit two clipped head nails at the same time.

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How long should a nail gun last?

A battery for a cordless tool will last approximately 3 years or 1,000 charge cycles. For gas-powered nailers, expect to pay about $13 to $15 for a single fuel cell. While fuel cell life can differ depending upon size and application of the tool, most deliver 1,000 to 1,300 shots.

How do you maintain a nail gun?

Regular cleaning can prevent dust, debris and other material from damaging or clogging the nail gun. After each use, wipe down the tool with a clean, soft rag. The air filter should also be removed and cleaned every few days if using the tool on a daily basis.

Can I use WD40 on my nail gun?

A universal rule for protecting and prolonging the life of a pneumatic nailer, make sure to regularly oil your tool. Never use WD40, motor oil, transmission fluid or aerosol lubricants.

How long is paslode warranty?

all moulded nylon components on Paslode Impulse tools will be free from manufacturing defects in workmanship and materials for a period of 5 years from the date of purchase of the relevant product.

Does paslode gas go off?

Any of them will slowly leak over time, but logic says that when stored in the cold, the internal pressure would be less–meaning less leakage. I’ve left them in the van for 3-4 months over the winter and still had plenty of gas when I went to use them.

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