Bestselling Collated Pinner Nails in 2022
meite MTSD-22 12 Gauge 7/8 Inch X .109 Inch Mechanical Galvanized Smooth Shank Plastic Collated Concrete and Steel Drive Pins for Gas Powered Framing Nailers 1000 PCS/Box (1 Box)
- 12 Gauge Smooth Shank Concrete Nails
- .109-Inch Shank Diameter. 7/8-Inch (22mm) Long Leg Length
- 1000 PCS/ Box; 10 Boxes/ Case
- Ideal for fixing wood to steel, wood to concrete, carpet to concrete, or steel to concrete easily
- Compatible with meite CS3025 Pneumatic Nailer and many other concrete nailers (Gas Powered Framing Nailer) like OrionPower, Hitachi, Ramset
1" Micro PIN Nails 23 Gauge 304 Stainless Steel 1M MiniPak
- Fits Bostitch, Paslode, Hitachi, Senco, Porter Cable, Fasco, Grex and more
- 304 Stainless
- 1,000 count
AccuSet A109809 Variety Pack 23-Gauge Galvanized Micro Pin (2,500 per Box)
- Pack of 23 gauge galvanized micro pins ideal for delicate craft assembly
- 23-gauge pins fasten leave virtually no hole
- For use in Senco FinishPro 10 nailers and all other 23-gauge straight micropin nailers.
- Packaged in convenient clamshell container
- Package contains 2,500 assorted 1/2-inch, 5/8-inch, 3/4-inch, and 1-inch pins
Senco A102009 23-Gauge x 2-Inch Electro Galvanized Headless Micropins
- 2,600 Micropins per pack
- Great for mouldings picture frame assembly trim and cabinetry finishing
- Headless Pins
- Stamped with arrows for proper loading
bulk buys ML035 Diagonal Cutting Nippers, Black/Yellow/Silver
- A toolbox essential, these 6" Diagonal Cutting Nippers feature a heavy duty design for industrial use and comfortable cushion grip handles
- Made of sturdy metal with plastic handle covers
- Comes packaged with a hanging panel
NailPRO 23 Ga x 1" Stainless Steel Headless Micro Pins, 2000 Count
- Type 304 Stainless Steel alloy meets AISI standards
- 23 Gauge
- Headless Micro Pins
- Pins have directional arrows for proper loading
- 2,000 Count
Hitachi 23000S 5/8-Inch x 23-Gauge Electro-Galvanized Headless Pins, 2000-Pack
- 5/8 in. x 23-Gauge Electro-Galvanized Headless Pins for NP35A
- Designed to the highest standards
- Sold as 2,000-Pack
GREX P6/28L 23 Gauge 1-1/8-Inch Length Headless Pins (10,000 per box)
- Grex P628L 1-1/8 Inch 23 Ga Pins 10000 Per Box
meite 23GP1316 1-3/16-Inch 23-Gauge Headless Pinner Nails 2000 PCS/PACK (1 SAMLL PACK)
- Headless Pin Nails, Easy for Molding Job
- 1-3/16-Inch Leg Length Headless Pins
- 23 Gauge Galvanized Chisel point.
- 2,000 PCS per small pack.
- Compatible with meite P622C, P630C Headless Pinners or other 23 Gauge Headless Pinners
GREX P6/25L 23-Gauge 1-Inch Length Headless Pins, 10,000 per Box
- 23 Gauge galvanized and coated headless pins
- Designed to use with P630, P635, P645, P645L, P650 and P650L Grex pinner
- Precision drawn wire assures consistent accurate pin optimized tensile strength for each pin length
- Durable yet flexible collation minimizes strip fragmentation
- Measures 1 inches length
- 23-Gauge galvanized and coated headless pins are designed to use with p630, p635, p645, p645l, p650 and p650l grex pinner
- Precision drawn wire guarantees consistent accurate pins
- Optimized tensile strength for each pin length
- Fastener measures 1-Inch length
Social Media: Manage Your Online Reputation
Understanding the influence of social media is no longer the domain of Public Relations Professional. Every individual must be aware that anything posted online is can be collated to develop a profile of you.
The ability of Internet search engines to trawl the world wide web for information, and to present it collated and indexed, has effectively provided netizens with perfect information on almost anything. From major incidences to a person's past indiscretions, nothing is likely to remain hidden forever and once the spot-light is turned-on, everything related (both past and present) will be revealed and scrutinized.
In an earlier posting on my blog (www.cwfong.blogspot.com) titled "not all websites are created equal" , I argued that Public Relations Professionals needed to closely monitor the postings of influential websites. This was important as these websites have the power to sway public opinion and Wikipedia is one such website. In my opinion, Wikipedia's influence is based on three factors: (a) its high-ranking in search engines; (b) its massive "knowledge based" covering practically any topic under the sun; and (c) the perception that it is a credible source of information.
F or example, on 24 Feb 2020, The Straits Times commenced its coverage of the High Court case between Dr Susan Lim and the Singapore Medical Council (SMC). The case revolves around Dr Lim's attempt to block the SMC from appointing a second disciplinary committee to investigate allegations by Singapore's Ministry of Health that she had abused the trust placed in her by the patient to overcharge them. In Dr Lim's case, a search of "Dr Susan Lim" on google returns a Wikipedia link on her within the top 10. Clicking on the link then brings us to a biography of Dr Lim. Interestingly, the biography ends with a paragraph stating that she was accused in Feb 2020 of overcharging her patient and that she had offered to "waive the entire bill if the patient's family would withdraw their complaint but the family did not agree to do."
From what I have read in the main stream media, this last statement has not been proven. Hence, to the casual reader, this statement in a "credible" source like Wikipedia would give the perception that it was true and that Dr Lim had indeed been guilty of overcharging.
My point to Public Relations Professionals is this. The organizations and the CEOs you work for are likely to have Wikipedia pages just like Dr Lim's. Hence, it is essential during any crisis to ensure that the "facts" as reported on influential websites like Wikipedia is accurate and if it is not, to refute it.
In fact, understanding the influence, and managing the use of social media is no longer the domain of Public Relations Professional. Every individual with a Facebook, Twitter or even eBay account must be aware that anything posted online is archived indefinitely and, can be collated to develop a profile of you.