Insulation Thickness Continues To Rise: BeA's New Fastening Technology

‘The name BeA has stood for maximum reliability for many years’ says Tobias Fischer-Zernin, executive director of Joh. Friedrich Behrens AG. ‘Our two new wide-crown staple guns are naturally suited for construction of timber frame buildings.’

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Ahrensburg, Germany -- Drastic CO2 reduction goals, demanding energy saving requirements and rising energy prices: the market responds to these challenges with increasingly sophisticated insulation systems. John Friedrich Behrens AG (BeA) offers the right fastening for this – with the new 246/130-944E and 246/160-964E pneumatic staple guns for BeA type 246 wide-crown staples (up to 160 mm). Ever increasing insulation layer thicknesses also mean increased requirements for fastening technology. BeA has adjusted to this development and is now offering two new pneumatic staple guns.   The BeA devices 246/130-944E and 246/160-964E reliably and quickly drive the wide-crown staples with a leg length of up to 130mm or 160mm into the materials to be joined with maximum precision. Both BeA pneumatic staple guns impress professionals with their height adjustment, quick release for the fastest troubleshooting possible, a hand grip which can be used from both sides, effective noise suppression as well as re-optimised ergonomics concerning its centre of gravity, hand grip and low weight. BeA produces wide-crown staples of the highest possible quality – available both in strong galvanised steel and stainless steel – in lengths from 75mm to 160mm and is certified in accordance with DIN 1052. ‘The name BeA has stood for maximum reliability for many years’ says Tobias Fischer-Zernin, executive director of Joh. Friedrich Behrens AG. ‘Our two new wide-crown staple guns are naturally suited for construction of timber frame buildings.’

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