PORTER-CABLE PCFP12236 Brad Nailer Combo Kit

October 11, 2013 - Comment

The Porter-Cable PCFP12236 Brad Combo Kit contains: a 6-gal 150 psi compressor (drives more nails than traditional 135 max psi compressor) that weighs only 30lbs, 2.6 SCFM at 90 psi, maintenance-free pump, and 120V electric unit which allows user to run on standard household current. The compressor also has a shroud, handle and console cover

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The Porter-Cable PCFP12236 Brad Combo Kit contains: a 6-gal 150 psi compressor (drives more nails than traditional 135 max psi compressor) that weighs only 30lbs, 2.6 SCFM at 90 psi, maintenance-free pump, and 120V electric unit which allows user to run on standard household current. The compressor also has a shroud, handle and console cover which protects vital components / BN200C 18 gauge 2-Inch Brad nailer which uses standard 18 ga. brad nails from 5/8-Inch to 2-Inch long, tool-free depth-of-drive adjustment with detents, tool-free jam release mechanism, and Long-life maintenance-free motor. Combo Kit also includes 25ft of 1/4-Inch air hose with a coupler and plug, and 100 brad nails of 1-1/4-Inch length. 1-year limited warranty on compressor components.

Product Features

  • 6 gal, 150 psi compressor allows users to drive a large quantity of nails on a single tank charge
  • BN200C; 18 gauge, 2-Inch Brad Nailer
  • 25 feet of 1/4-Inch air hose with a coupler and plug
  • 100 brad nails of 1-1/4-Inch length

Comments

Michael Cannon says:

First time user of air compressors… I don’t do anything professional or construction with this compressor, it is just for use around the house. It works great, so far. Bought it at HD for $139 on sale a few months ago. I haven’t bought any accessories for it yet, so I have only used the 18g nailer it came with. I have noticed that is not enough – and I need to get at least a 16g, or bigger. Learning about it as I go.

Anonymous says:

This compressor is great. My challenge was to try to understand why it wasn’t holding air pressure. I discovered that you have screw the base valve out, not in, to seal the unit and allow it to hold air. It’s counter intuitive. When I sorted that out, it was a dream to use and very consistent. The gun is excellent. I built bookshelves and it was the perfect combination for a bookshelf. My next project is to make a few small end tables out of skids for the back yard. I’m sure this unit…

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