Plastic Nails And Braces: Fixing Trade With Tool Protection

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Innovative mounting solution from BeA protects sawing, milling, grinding and planer. Ahrensburg, 19.07.2011 – in woodworking nails and staples are always vulnerable machines: Stumpfe milling cutters and saw blades or broken blades are often the result, if the fasteners can be overlooked or not fully removed. The Joh. Friedrich Behrens AG (BeA) now offers an innovative system solution, which protects tools and still offers the processing advantages of fast compressed air attachment: impact-resistant plastic fasteners are used instead of metallner nails and Staples. You can be as usual in compressed air operated fastener driving tools.

By brackets fixed protectors, bar codes on lumber, pins in the pre-Assembly – the range of plastic brackets and nails is extremely versatile. Should the wood is then milled, sawn, planed or sanded, the innovative fasteners represent no foreign objects. Its transparent colour makes them almost invisible in the wood. Whether in window construction, fences, boats or to attach information and bar codes on wood products: machines-friendly staples and nails bring tangible benefits in many areas of woodworking. Process they can be, for example, with the powerful and lightweight pneumatic nailer BeA P8/16-428.

The device weighs only 950 grams and collects per magazine load instantaneously 70 plastic clips in the lengths 10 or 15 mm into the wood. For plastic nails BeA offers devices such as the powerful pneumatic nailer BeA SKS 650-228. A BeA module unit with long magazine exposes the convenient fastening technology even for automated production lines or the use of robots. To add the innovative fasteners together with appropriate Nailers to a comprehensive system, which opens up a wide range of uses in many areas of the wood processing industry and the craft industry. “We have the mounting technology for plastic staples and nails to a expanded comprehensive system”, says Tobias Fischer-Zernin, CEO of Joh. Friedrich Behrens AG. “Thus, we offer a wide range of solution that allows a particularly efficient and gentle tool work in many fields of application.” The website provides more information about the innovative fastening solutions. Company description of the Joh. Friedrich Behrens AG the company Joh. Friedrich Behrens was founded in 1910 and has developed into a global group of companies with a total turnover of over 80 million euros in its 100 years of existence and achieved a Europe-wide market leader in fastening technology. The hallmark of BeA stands for top-class products of fixing technology. BeA pneumatic nailer and fasteners are characterized by highest quality and reliability. To ensure this high standard in the future, the product range is continuously optimized and expanded. Using innovative technologies, BeA standards in fastening technology creates. Sell subsidiaries and affiliates BeA products in Europe and America. In addition, well-established offices in over 40 other countries contribute to the worldwide success of the BeA group. A key strength of the BeA group is the strong service philosophy. With approximately 65 sales and customer service representative, the BeA group is their demanding customers professionally to the page. The Group employs a total of about 390 employees, including approximately 15 trainees company contact: Joh. Friedrich Behrens AG Bernd Eilitz (press Compact) bow street of 43 – 45 22926 Ahrensburg Tel: 040 4218 5807 E-Mail: Web: PR contact: press compact Bernd Edison Suhrenkamp 14E 22335 Hamburg Tel: 040 – 4128 5807 E-Mail: Web: