13 Best Industrial Nailers & Staplers

List Updated October 2020

Bestselling Industrial Nailers & Staplers in 2020


Valu-Air SF5040 2" 18 Gauge 2 in 1 Brad Nailer and Stapler with Carrying Case

Valu-Air SF5040 2
BESTSELLER NO. 1 in 2020
  • Drives 18-ga. brad nails 5/8"-2" and 18-ga. 1/4" crown staples 5/8"-1 5/8"
  • Lightweight aluminum alloy body weighs only 3.2 pounds
  • Tool-free depth-of-drive adjustment
  • 360 degree adjustable exhaust and no-mar rubber tip
  • Include carry case and two strips of 18GA brad nails/staples

Surebonder 9600B Pneumatic Heavy Duty Standard T50 Type Stapler (Air compressor needed-not included)

Surebonder 9600B Pneumatic Heavy Duty Standard T50 Type Stapler (Air compressor needed-not included)
BESTSELLER NO. 2 in 2020
  • Air-operated stapler
  • Uses Surebonder #4 staples or Arrow T50 type staples
  • Highly recommended for upholstery projects
  • Adjustable air exhaust
  • Applications include but not limited to upholstery, cabinet backs, picture frames, light trim, carpet padding, small furniture repairs, house wrap, woodworking projects

NuMax SFL618 3-in-1 Pneumatic Flooring Stapler/Nailer with White Rubber Mallet Ergonomic & Lightweight Pneumatic Nail Gun for T-Cleats, L-Cleats & Staples with Replaceable Base Plates

NuMax SFL618 3-in-1 Pneumatic Flooring Stapler/Nailer with White Rubber Mallet Ergonomic & Lightweight Pneumatic Nail Gun for T-Cleats, L-Cleats & Staples with Replaceable Base Plates
BESTSELLER NO. 3 in 2020
  • NAILED IT: This pneumatic flooring nailer & stapler features a lightweight aluminum body, ergonomic comfort grip handle, replaceable base plate & 3-in-1 design that allows it to easily switch between T-cleats, L-cleats & staples for maximum functionality.
  • ERGONOMIC DESIGN: This flooring nailer has an extended handle to prevent achy backs & a light-strike bumper for low-impact fastener driving. It comes with a rubber mallet to move flooring in place. It's ideal for professional jobs & home DIY projects
  • THE RIGHT TOOL FOR THE JOB: We're committed to providing outstanding value, top tier customer service and long-lasting, high-quality products. We make nailers and staplers for every purpose, from roofing to siding to flooring and everything in between.
  • QUALITY & DURABILITY: We manufacture tools with the most durable materials under strict quality control guidelines, suitable for professional contractors and do-it-yourselfers alike. Our tools are sold, distributed, serviced, and warranted in the USA
  • TOUGH & DEPENDABLE: We make an array of durable construction tools and accessories, including staplers & nailers for siding, flooring, framing, finish, & roofing. Compare our products to similar items by Makita, Hitachi, Bostitch, Senco, Paslode & Dewalt.Operating Pressure:70 - 110 PSI

Stanley Tr110 Heavy Duty Steel Stapler

Stanley Tr110 Heavy Duty Steel Stapler
BESTSELLER NO. 4 in 2020
  • Perfect For Everyday Stapling Needs Around The Home Or Office
  • Lightweight, With Convenient Handle Lock For Safe Storage
  • Quick-Jam Clear Mechanism Saves Time And Hassle

BOSTITCH SBCAPS 1000 Caps for Cap Stapler and Nailer Industrial, Harware, Tools, Supply

BOSTITCH SBCAPS 1000 Caps for Cap Stapler and Nailer Industrial, Harware, Tools, Supply
BESTSELLER NO. 5 in 2020
  • Bostitch caps for use with the SB150SLBC-1 Cap Stapler and N66BC-1 Cap Nailer
  • 1-Inch plastic caps eliminate pull-through when installing felt, house wrap and foam board insulatio
  • The cap method proves to be 10 times faster than nailing by hand
  • Comes in quantity of 1,000
  • Backed by 7-year limited warranty

BOSTITCH BT1335B-1M 1-3/8-Inch 18-Gauge Brads, 1000 per Box (2)

BOSTITCH BT1335B-1M 1-3/8-Inch 18-Gauge Brads, 1000 per Box (2)
BESTSELLER NO. 6 in 2020
  • 1-3/8-Inch Length
  • Chisel Point
  • Coated Finish
  • For use in the Bostitch BT200K-2 Industrial Brad Nailer
  • 2 Pack

Hitachi NT50AE2 18-Gauge 5/8-Inch to 2-Inch Brad Nailer

Hitachi NT50AE2 18-Gauge 5/8-Inch to 2-Inch Brad Nailer
BESTSELLER NO. 7 in 2020
  • Selective Actuation allows the user to select bump fire or contact fire modes with the simple flip of a switch
  • At only 2.2 lbs, this finish nailer is lightweight & well-balanced making it easy to use all day long
  • Elastomer grip adds comfort and prevents slippage
  • Tool-less, easy to clear nose for quick and simple nail extraction should a nail jam during use
  • Depth of drive dial allows the user to easily adjust the drive depth for a professional finish

Crisp-Air CRGH58100 All Season Premium Garden Hose, 5/8-Inch by 100-Feet

Crisp-Air CRGH58100 All Season Premium Garden Hose, 5/8-Inch by 100-Feet
BESTSELLER NO. 8 in 2020
  • Extremely Light Weight (20%) lighter than the regular hoses in the same category
  • Temperature Range: - 40DegreeC to + 65DegreeC (- 40Degree F to +150Degree F)
  • 10 years limited warranty
  • Residential as well as commercial use

Freeman PDX50Q 3-in-1 Flooring Nailer and Stapler the first industrial with quick release

Freeman PDX50Q 3-in-1 Flooring Nailer and Stapler the first industrial with quick release
BESTSELLER NO. 9 in 2020
  • Ideal for 1/2" - 3/4" Solid Tongue and Groove Flooring including Hickory, Maple, Oak
  • Uses 16-gauge T-Cleats and L-Cleats as well as, 15.5-gauge flooring staples ranging 1-1/2" to 2"
  • Interchangeable base plates for 1/2 in. - 3/4 in. Solid Tongue and Groove or Engineered Flooring
  • Quick release nose will help you clear jams in a flash so you can get right back to work
  • Fiberglass mallet included

Electric and Battery Operated Stapler - Liberty Pro 25 by OfficeGoods – Jam Free, Heavy Duty, Portable with a 25 Sheet Capacity for Your Home & Office Supplies

Electric and Battery Operated Stapler - Liberty Pro 25 by OfficeGoods – Jam Free, Heavy Duty, Portable with a 25 Sheet Capacity for Your Home & Office Supplies
BESTSELLER NO. 10 in 2020

Freeman P4FRFNCB Framing/Finishing Combo Kit with Canvas Bag 4-Piece Pneumatic Nail Gun Set of 4 with Framing Nailer, Finish Nailer, Brad Nailer & Narrow Crown Stapler

Freeman P4FRFNCB Framing/Finishing Combo Kit with Canvas Bag 4-Piece Pneumatic Nail Gun Set of 4 with Framing Nailer, Finish Nailer, Brad Nailer & Narrow Crown Stapler
BESTSELLER NO. 11 in 2020
  • POWERFUL COMBO: This kit features 4 of Freeman's most useful pneumatic nailers to cover all your framing & finishing needs: a framing nailer, a finish nailer, a straight brad nailer & a narrow crown stapler. The kit includes a rugged canvas carrying bag
  • HEAVY DUTY & FINE DETAIL: The nailers included in this combo kit are ideal for everything from heavy duty work like sub-floors, roof decking, fencing & pallet building to fine detail work like cabinetry, crown molding, window casings, base boards & trim
  • THE RIGHT TOOL FOR THE JOB: We're committed to providing outstanding value, top tier customer service and long-lasting, high-quality products. We make nailers and staplers for every purpose, from roofing to siding to flooring and everything in between.
  • QUALITY & DURABILITY: We manufacture tools with the most durable materials under strict quality control guidelines, suitable for professional contractors and do-it-yourselfers alike. Our tools are sold, distributed, serviced, and warranted in the USA
  • TOUGH & DEPENDABLE: We make an array of durable construction tools and accessories, including staplers & nailers for siding, flooring, framing, finish, & roofing. Compare our products to similar items by Makita, Hitachi, Bostitch, Senco, Paslode & Dewalt.

NuMax S2-118G2 18-Gauge 2 In 1 Brad Nailer and Stapler Ergonomic & Lightweight Pneumatic Combo Brad & Staple Gun with Depth Adjust

NuMax S2-118G2 18-Gauge 2 In 1 Brad Nailer and Stapler Ergonomic & Lightweight Pneumatic Combo Brad & Staple Gun with Depth Adjust
BESTSELLER NO. 12 in 2020

Ridgid R213BNA/R150FSA Nailers Replacement Piston Ring # 079001001008

Ridgid R213BNA/R150FSA Nailers Replacement Piston Ring # 079001001008
BESTSELLER NO. 13 in 2020
  • Includes (1) 079001001008 Piston Ring
  • New, Bulk Packed
  • Genuine Ridgid Replacement Part
  • Consult owners manual for proper part number identification and proper installation
  • Please refer to list for compatibility

The Perfect Practical Joke for Retribution on a Neat-Freak Coworker

We all have coworkers we love to have fun with. This practical joke is perfect for the guy who is just way too territorial about his desk. Any time you mess with his desk is going to be fun, but going crazy with the stapler is too good to pass up.

It all started innocently enough. My good friend and coworker, we'll call him Dick, thought it would be hilarious to comment on the size of my backside in front of everyone in the newsroom. So really, there was nothing I could do but get him back. It wasn't my fault.

In order to understand the brilliance of my retribution, you have to understand the obsessive compulsive nature of Dick. He hasn't been diagnosed, but he's close enough.

Since the first day we worked together Dick's workspace has always been set up exactly the same way. Although I haven't worked with him in a year, I'm willing to bet I could tell you exactly what's on his desk and what's tacked to the walls of his cubicle. I can tell you what he keeps track of on his wall calendar, what he keeps track of in his notebook, how he organizes his inbox and what he has lined up along the top of his computer monitor.

It's important to Dick that his desk makes sense. That's what he says. I say it's because he's a freak. He says it's because he's Dutch. OK, I say it's because he's a Dutch freak. As he has explained countless times he's a lefty, so everything he reaches for regularly has to be on his left somewhere. It has to be in the same place every time because "it just does, damn it." The right side of his desk is where he keeps things like photographs, the tape dispenser and a stapler. Whatever. It all just makes it that much more fun to use his desk as a prop for a practical joke.

And the best prop of all sits back on the left side, at the top of his desk, within easy reach: His sacred stack of newspapers. He keeps a copy of every edition within a year that carries his by-line right where he can find it and grab it for any one of a million reasons. He's a valuable and prolific writer, so he has the most comprehensive collection of papers in the newsroom. Everyone else likes to paw through it for easy reference, too.

You can see his sphincter tighten every time someone comes near his pile of newspapers. As soon as they're done, he has to fiddle with the stack, making sure they put the paper back in reverse chronological order and tightening the corners. He can not abide by sloppy newspaper folding, either. He grumbles like an old man every time.

So it was always relaxing for me to go over to his desk at the end of the day and take the top five newspapers and rearrange their order, or reorganize his rolodex from Z to A instead of A to Z. It was also fun to change his calendar page or mix up the line of Star Wars figures and shot glasses on his monitor. The miscellaneous papers we all tack up on our cubicle walls - jokes, phone lists, kids' drawings - were fun to turn upside down. Every stupid little thing is fun if you know it's really going to bug someone. That's what makes a practical joke so cool.

Dick's reaction made it funny. Regardless of whether I simply swapped the stapler and pen holder, or I reversed everything on his desk, Dick couldn't function in the morning until he'd put it all back the way it was, sputtering and taking my name in vain the whole time to a chorus of sniggering coworkers.

Of course, as a lefty he never ran out of creative practical jokes of his own to get me back, but commenting on the growing size of my backside was something he only did once.

Knowing I was out to get him, Dick hung around the office later than usual that night. So I left, went as far as the coffee shop across the street, and waited for him to go home.

Back upstairs in the newsroom, I stopped by my desk long enough to read the apology he'd left behind, then walked straight over to his cubicle and sat in his chair for a minute. It was a sweet apology, I thought as I turned his stapler over in my hands. He had obviously not meant to cross the line. And after all, it had been a funny comment, funny enough to make me spit milk out through my nose if I'd been drinking it at the time.

Stuff it. He deserved to suffer. So I just started randomly stapling things. First, I stapled all the pages of his calendar together, one at a time. Then I stapled random chunks of Post-It Notes together in his stacks of colored pads.

A coworker passed by, shaking her head. "Don't do it," she cautioned as I reached for his rolodex. I stopped. She was right. The rolodex was mean, but the pile of newspapers was better.

Whistling softly to myself, I dragged the stack over in front of me and proceeded to staple the top left corner of the top one to the top left corner of the second one, then the bottom right corner of the second one to the bottom right corner of the third one, and so on until about a month of papers were connected in a zig-zag accordion way. I slid the stack back into place and tightened the corners as neatly as if Dick had done it himself.

Then, of course, I had to staple everything in his inbox together. The back cover of each phone book got stapled to the front cover of the phone book behind it, and the same fate awaited every other paperback reference book on his desk from dictionary to style-book to thesaurus.

Dick used to keep a handful of hard candies in his drawer, and if I remember right, I think I stapled the ends of the wrappers to each other. If I didn't, I should have.

It was vicious, but I stapled random chunks of pages in his reporter's notebooks together, too. That would slow him down on his next assignment.

By the time I was done, just about every piece of paper in and around his workspace had been stapled to something else. Everything, that is, except his apology note. That got taped to his computer monitor.

Dick came in the next morning to a neat, orderly desk. He glanced at the apology note, picked up the staple-remover I'd left on his chair and turned it over in his head for a minute as he tried to figure out what was wrong with this picture.

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