SENCO BUILD ON FENCING STAPLER SUCCESS!

SENCO, ONE OF THE WORLD LEADERS IN FASTENING SYSTEMS FOR OVER 70 YEARS, HAVE BEEN DELIGHTED WITH THE FENCING INDUSTRY’S REACTION TO THE SENCO GT40FS GAS FENCING STAPLER IN THE 18 MONTHS SINCE ITS LAUNCH INTO THE UK.  

Now available from a large number of outlets across the UK, this cordless gasdriven stapler finally frees workers from the laborious task of driving staples with a hammer, & is ideal for multiple fencing applications in agricultural, forestry & landscaping environments, or for other wire-to-wood stapling jobs.

Matt Lago, SENCO’s UK Product Manager, has been delighted by the reaction the tool has received. “Fencing contractors & landscapers have been amazed at the time savings the tool brings & it’s no surprise that some of the largest fencing suppliers in the UK are now offering the products”. And his views were backed up by Tool Buisness & Hire Magazine’s Peter Brett, who in a tool test called the GT40FS “bold & brash & very effective!”

Driving galvanized fencing staples with a 12mm crown, in lengths of 33 & 40mm, the powerful GT40FS has been developed in combination with the SENCO Polar gas fuel cell for clean combustion & high-voltage ignition even down to low temperatures. The tool features an adjustable depth of drive for precise depth control and a customized nose for positioning the staple accurately over wire. The tool comes complete with 2 batteries, carry case & a 2-Year Warranty.

The hot-dipped galvanized staples have a divergent point which gives extra holding capability, & are supplied in weather-proof tubs. One of the great advantages of using collated staples over loose is that every staple you buy, you use!

On-site testing has shown the tool can be up to five times faster than manual stapling, something which can only increase productivity & reduce labour costs. Weighing only 3.73kg it also means you can staple all day without wrist-strain.

For details of how to try out the GT40FS please contact Kyocera- Senco on 01925 445566 or visit our website www.senco.eu