By Sonja Summers. Power Tools. Published at Sunday, May 13th, 2018 - 12:14:35 PM.
The Hitachi company began in 1910 as a simple Japanese business specializing in the correction of electrical problems. Within a few years, the small repair shop had expanded into three factories producing electrical implements and tools for industry. It grew into a global corporation concentrating in high technology power tools and various other consumer electrical devices.
But as are the advantages of a cordless power nail gun, so are some disadvantages associated with it. A cordless nail gun needs to be cleaned and maintained more frequently compared to the pneumatic nail gun. This is more so as it burns gas to drive power, which in turn can deposit carbon on the tool. A cordless nail gun cannot be used for a high volume of work. It is due to the restricted working time it allows with respect to its power source. That is why it is always better to use the cordless power nail gun for the low volume jobs. If you are a professional it is advised that you use both the pneumatic nail gun; for high volume jobs and the cordless power nail gun for jobs involving less nails to be driven in tight corners. In all, if the task in hand requires reaching obstructed areas, then a cordless power nail gun is what you should be looking for.
The advent of the new HXP Li-lon battery technology remakes the basic theory of cordless power tools. This Hitachi battery enhances the efficacy of the power tools by 300 percent because of an increased run time. Weighing in at one-half the weight of a traditional power tools battery, the Li-lon battery powered Hitachi tools are now both lighter and more compact than ever before. The Hitachi brand signifies superior technology and performance accompanied by an inexpensive price tag. The company is furthering its development of more powerful technologies to elevate Hitachi tools to the best performing of the industrys power tools.
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