Trim Fastening Tools
Aerosmith® offers several tool models to accommodate a range of applications.
Aerosmith® Trim Tools models include:
ST2575 for 14 Gauge Fasteners
ST1850C4 for 15 Gauge Fasteners
In addition to speed and versatility, the aesthetics of a modest head design and the utility of the E-Z clear nose piece make our tools a success. 3-inch fastening requirements can be accommodated and the pins are useful in other applications.
Features & Benefits
Head design has potential to hide the fastener
Versatile - for wood, steel, concrete, composites, trim, furring, and more...cut your costs!
Increased productivity with wide range of applications and you gain an earlier payback on tools
Compliant with new energy code which warrants fastening over thick installations...cuts costs!
Ultimately saves downtime and costs!
Save cost; increase productivity
Aesthetics with a modest head design
Head design has potential to ‘hide’ he fastener
Range of applications
Wood; steel; concrete; composites; trim; furring; and more cut costs
Several tool models
Widens range of applications…cut costs
Can accommodate 3” fastening requirements
New Energy Code compliance warrants fastening over thick installations – cuts cost
Pins useful in other applications
Use for traditional applications will cut costs and gain earlier payback on tools
‘E-Z’ clear nose piece
Saves downtime and costs
Operates with standard (80-120) psi
Saves equipment costs
Accepted by composite siding manufacturers’ warranties
Reduces warranty issues; saves cost
How It Works
Today's contractors are looking for faster, better, money saving products allowing them to be more competitive in today's challenging market place. Aerosmith's line of innovative fasteners do just that. With Aerosmith, predrilled holes and time-consuming screwing are a thing of the past. All Aerosmith pins are made with heat treated steel with a ballistic point which allows the point to penetrate the steel cleanly and quickly for installations 7-10 times faster than conventional methods. The force of friction creates the bond between the steel and the fastener for maximum holding power.