3-1/2" High Pressure Framing Coil Nailer
Model AN911H
Superior Power-to-Weight Ratio
  • Superior power-to-weight ratio: up to 30% less weight and up to 30% smaller than conventional framing nailers
  • "Tool-less" depth adjustment engineered for more precise flush and countersink nailing
  • 2-mode selector switch allows operator to select sequential or contact nailing options
  • High capacity canister holds up to 300 nails for high production applications
  • Innovative High Pressure technology enables nailer to operate at 180-320 PSI for more consistent flush nailing
  • Drives standard wire collated nails for more versatility
  • Easy-load nail canister system with nail size adjustment base for increased productivity
  • Aggressive nose spurs for more controlled toenailing applications
  • Tool hook allows tool to remain close by
  • Metal exhaust housing cap for longer tool life
  • Rubberized handle for better fit and added comfort
  • See-through nail canister indicates when tool needs reloading
  • No-mar tip engineered to prevent damage to material
  • Large rubberized bumpers for added durability

    • (1) No-Mar Tip (424136-5)
    • (1) Air Tool Oil (194381-3)
    • (1) Tool Case (824792-5)
    • (1) Safety Goggles (192517-8)
    Operating Air Pressure    180 - 320 PSI 
    Nail Size    1-3/4" - 3-1/2" .113" - .162" shank diameter wire collated 
    Magazine Capacity (range)    150 - 300 
    Dimensions (LxWxH)    11-1/2" x 4-7/8" x 12-1/2" 
    Net Weight    5.3 lbs. 
    Shipping Weight    11 lbs. 
    UPC Code    088381-079761 

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