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Senco adds NeverLube to three new pin nailers

Kyocera Senco Industrial Tools (Senco) has added its proprietary NeverLube oil-free technology to three new 21- and 23-gauge pin nailers in the FinishPro lineup.

“These nailers feature the same durable construction, ergonomic design and unrivaled performance as the pinners carpenters and woodworkers have relied on for more than a decade,” says Eric Bellman, senior product manager at Senco. “The addition of NeverLube oil-free technology simply eliminates the need for daily tool maintenance, allowing users to get to work faster. There is no risk of ruining the workpiece with oil stains or causing damage to the tool by over or under oiling.”


The NeverLube technology combines components made from a unique graphite composite that acts as a dry lubricant with a self-lubricating O-ring that won’t dry out and degrade like standard rubber or plastic seals, according to the company.

The three new models are the TN11G1 (for use with 23-gauge 1/2” to 1/-3/8” headless micro pins); TN11L1 (23-gauge 1/2” to 2” headless micro pins), and TN21L1 (21-gauge 5/8” to 2” slight-head pins).

Each model features an angled pistol-grip handle, dual trigger to prevent accidental firing, ultra-narrow nosepiece for tight spaces, self-adjusting magazine that automatically conforms to fastener lengths, last nail lockout, low load indicator, and reversible belt hook.

Prices are $215 (TN11G1); $305 (TN11L1), and $329 (TN21L1) with a carrying case and 1/4” swivel air hose fitting.

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This article was originally published in the December 2021 issue.

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