• ASTM F 1667 : 2011 : REV A : EDT 1

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    Standard Specification for Driven Fasteners: Nails, Spikes, and Staples

    Available format(s):  Hardcopy, PDF

    Superseded date:  10-09-2018

    Language(s):  English

    Published date:  11-01-2011

    Publisher:  American Society for Testing and Materials

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    1.1 This specification covers nails, spikes, staples, and other driven fasteners, as listed in Table 1.

    Note 1—Fastener ductility information is presented in Table 2 and dimensional information in Tables 3-67.

    1.2 Fasteners described in this specification are driven by hand tool, power tool, or mechanical device in single or multiple strikes and are positioned by hand, tool, or machine.

    1.3 The values stated in inch-pound units are to be regarded as standard. No other units of measurement are included in this standard.

    1.4 Fasteners in this specification are sold in bulk (loose) form and are collated for loading into the magazine of an application tool. Other than as covered in Section 9, Workmanship, cohering materials (including, but not limited to, plastic, adhesive bond, paper tape, plastic strip, plastic carrier, wire, etc.) and relative orientation of collated fasteners are not within the scope of this standard.

    1.5 This standard does not purport to address all of the safety concerns, if any, associated with its use. It is the responsibility of the user of this standard to establish appropriate safety and health practices and determine the applicability of regulatory limitations prior to use.

    TABLE 1 Classification and Identification Index

    Type Style Style Identification Table
    INails (NL) 1. Brads BR 3
    2. Barrel BL 4
    3. Boat BTH/BTL 5
    4. Box A BXA 6
    Box B BXB 7
    5. Broom BM 8
    6. Casing CN 9
    7. Cooler CL 10
    8. Sinker SK 11
    9. Corker CK 12
    10. Common CMA 13
    Common CMC 14
    Common CMS 15
    Common CMM 16
    11. Concrete CTS/CTM 17
    12. Double-headed DH 18
    13. Fine FN 19
    14. Finishing FH 20
    15. Flooring FL 21
    16. Lath LHF 22
    Lath LHH 23
    17. Masonry MR/MRH 24
    18. Pallet PL 25
    19. Gypsum wallboard GWS 26
    Gypsum wallboard GWM 27
    20. Roofing RFA 28
    Roofing RFS 29
    Roofing RFC 30
    Roofing RFL 31
    Roofing RFR 32
    Roofing RFD 33
    Roofing RFNS/RFND 34
    21. Shingle SHAD/SHAS 35
    Shingle SHSS/SHNSB 36
    22. Siding SDF/SDC/SDK 37
    23. Slating SLA/SLC/SLS 38
    24. Rubber heel RH 39
    25. Underlayment UL 40
    26. Square-barbed SB 41
    27. Masonry drive MD 42
    28. Escutcheon ES 43
    29. Glulam rivet GR 44
    30.Post framePF45
    IICut nails (CN) 1. Common CM 46
    2. Basket BK 47
    3. Clout CL 48
    4. Trunk TR 49
    5. Cobblers CB 50
    6. Extra-iron clinching EC 51
    7. Hob HB 52
    IIISpikes (SP) 1. Common CM 53
    2. Gutter GRF/GRO 54
    3. Round RDC/RDF 55
    4. Barge and boat BB 56
    IVStaples (ST) 1. Fence FN 57
    2. Poultry netting PN 58
    3. Flat top crown FC 59
    Flat top crown FCC 60
    4. Round or V crown RC 61
    5. Preformed PC 62
    6. Electrical RE 63
    7. Preformed hoop PH 64
    8. CapSTC 65

    TABLE 2 Bend Angles for Fasteners Using the Test Methods F680 Bend Test

    Fastener Material Bend Angle, °
    1. Steel wire: (low-carbon, medium-low
    carbon, medium-carbon) (unhardened)
    180
    2. Stainless steel wire 180
    3. Hardened steel fasteners 20
    4. Sheet steel for cut nails, Type II,
    and cut spikes, Type III
    90
    5. Copper (min 98 %) 180
    6. Copper clad wire (min 20 %) 180
    7. Aluminum alloy wire 90
    8. Brass wire 180

    TABLE 3 Type I, Style 1BradsA

    Note—Steel wire, brad head, diamond point, round smooth shank, bright finish. When specified, brads shall have a modified brad head with a blunt or chiseled point for use with mechanical drivers.

    TABLE 4 Type I, Style 2Barrel NailsA

    Note—Steel wire, flat head, diamond point, round smooth shank, bright, zinc or cement coated as specified.

    TABLE 5 Type I, Style 3Boat nailsA

    Note—Steel wire, oval countersunk head, chisel point, round smooth shank, bright or zinc coated as specified.

    TABLE 6 Type I, Style 4ABox NailsA

    Note—Steel wire, flat head, diamond point, round, barbed or smooth shank, bright or cement coated as specified. When specified, box nails shall have an altered or T-head with a diamond, blunt, or chisel point for use with mechanical drivers.

    TABLE 7 Type I, Style 4BBox NailsA

    Note—Steel wire, flat head, diamond point, round smooth shank, cement coated.

    TABLE 8 Type I, Style 5Broom NailsA

    Note—Steel wire, flat or star head, diamond point, round smooth shank, bright finish, as specified.

    TABLE 9 Type I, Style 6Casing NailsA

    Note—Steel wire, flat countersunk cupped head, diamond point, round smooth shank, bright finish.

    TABLE 10 Type I, Style 7Cooler NailsA

    Note—Steel wire, flat head, diamond point, round smooth shank, cement coated. When specified, coolers shall have an altered or T-head for use with mechanical drivers.

    TABLE 11 Type I, Style 8Sinker NailsA

    Note—Steel wire, flat countersunk head, diamond point, round smooth shank, bright or cement coated. When specified, sinkers shall have an altered or T-head for use with mechanical drivers.

    TABLE 12 Type I, Style 9Corker NailsA

    Note—Steel wire, flat countersunk head, diamond point, round smooth shank, cement coated. When specified, corkers shall have an altered or T-head for use with mechanical drivers.

    TABLE 13 Type I, Style 10Common NailsA

    Note—Aluminum alloy wire, flat head, diamond point, round smooth shank, or, when specified, square barbed shank.

    TABLE 14 Type I, Style 10Common NailsA

    Note—Copper wire, flat head, diamond point, round smooth shank.

    TABLE 15 Type I, Style 10Common NailsA

    Note—Steel wire, flat head, diamond point, round smooth shank, bright, zinc or cement coated as specified.

    TABLE 16 Type I, Style 10Common NailsA

    Note—Aluminum alloy wire, stainless steel or steel wire, (bright, zinc coated or cement coated), altered or T-head, diamond or chisel point, round smooth or deformed shank, as specified. For use with mechanical drivers.

    F1667 NLCMM
    Dash No.LDDash No.LDDash No.LDDash No.LDDash No.LDDash No.LD
    011 ¼0.080151 ¾0.0862920.148431 ¾0.1205723/80.1137130.131
    021 ¼0.086161 ¾0.092302 ¼0.0924417/80.1205823/80.1207230.148
    031 ¼0.092171 ¾0.099312 ¼0.0994517/80.1315923/80.131733 ¼0.120
    041 ¼0.099181 ¾0.113322 ¼0.1134617/80.1486023/80.148743 ¼0.131
    051 ½0.0801917/80.080332 ½0.0924720.120612 ½0.120753 ¼0.148
    061 ½0.0862017/80.086342 ½0.0994820.131622 ½0.148763 ½0.135
    071 ½0.0922117/80.092352 ½0.1134921/80.099632 ½0.162773 ½0.148
    081 ½0.0992217/80.099362 ½0.1315021/80.1136425/80.148783 ½0.162
    091 ½0.1132317/80.113373 ½0.1315121/80.120652 ¾0.1207940.148
    1015/80.0802420.080381 ½0.1205221/80.131662 ¾0.1318040.162
    1115/80.0862520.086391 ½0.1315321/80.148672 ¾0.148814 ½0.148
    1215/80.0922620.092401 ½0.148542 ¼0.1206827/80.120824 ½0.162
    1315/80.0992720.099411 ½0.162552 ¼0.1316930.120.........
    141 ¾0.0802820.1134215/80.113562 ¼0.1487030.128.........

    TABLE 17 Type I, Style 11Concrete NailsA

    Note—Harded steel, flat countersunk head, diamond point, smooth or mechanically deformed shank formed from round or square stock, as specified, bright finish.

    TABLE 18 Type I, Style 12Double-Headed NailsA

    Note—Steel wire, flat heads, diamond point, round smooth shank, bright finish or cement coated.

    TABLE 19 Type I, Style 13Fine NailsA

    Note—Steel or copper wire, flat head, diamond point, round smooth shank, bright finish.

    TABLE 20 Type I, Style 14Finish NailsA

    Note—Steel wire, brad head, altered or clipped T-head for use with mechanical drivers, diamond or chisel point, smooth or barbed shank formed from round or square stock, as specified, bright finished.

    TABLE 21 Type I, Style 15Flooring NailsA

    Note—Harded steel or steel wire, casing head or flat-cupped countersunk head, diamond or blunt point, round, smooth or mechanically deformed shank, dark (hardened), bright (steel wire) or cement coated, as specified.

    TABLE 22 Type I, Style 16Lath NailsA

    Note—Steel wire, flat head, diamond point, round smooth shank, blued finish.

    TABLE 23 Type I, Style 16Lath NailsA

    Note—Steel wire, flat hook-head, diamond point, round smooth shank, bright, blued, or zinc coated as specified.

    TABLE 24 Type I, Style 17Masonry NailsA

    Note—Hardened steel, flat or flat countersunk head, diamond point, mechanically deformed shank, bright finish.

    TABLE 25 Type I, Style 18Pallet NailsA

    Note—Hardened steel or steel wire (for mechanical drivers); flat head, altered or T-Head (for mechanical drivers); diamond, blunt diamond, blunt chisel or blunt point; round, mechanically deformed shank; bright finish (steel wire); or dark (hardened), as specified.

    Dash No.LDHNo. /LbDash No.LDHNo. Lb
    011½0.1200.281190311¾0.0990.255262
    0215/80.1200.281170321¾0.0990.280262
    0320.1200.2811403320.0840.200318
    042¼0.1200.2811303420.0860.235304
    052½0.1200.2811203520.0900.245277
    062½0.1350.31293362 0.0990.255229
    0730.1200.281983720.0990.280229
    0830.1350.312793820.1050.270204
    0930.1480.312663920.1130.280176
    103¼0.1350.31273402¼ 0.0840.200283
    113¼0.1480.31261412¼0.0860.235270
    123½0.1480.31257422¼0.0990.255204
    133½0.1620.37547432¼0.0990.280204
    143½0.1770.43838442¼0.1050.270181
    1540.1770.43835452¼0.1130.280156
    1640.1770.37535462½0.0950.260199
    1750.1770.37527472½0.0990.255183
    1860.1770.37523482½0.0990.280183
    1970.2070.50015492½ 0.1130.280141
    2080.2070.50013502½ 0.1130.290141
    211¼0.080 0.215561512½0.1200.290125
    221¼0.0990.255 367522½0.1310.280105
    231¼0.0990.280 367532¾0.1130.290128
    241½0.0800.215468542¾0.1200.285113
    251½0.0990.2553055530.1130.280117
    261½0.0990.280305563¼0.1200.29096
    2715/80.1050.270 251573¼0.1310.28081
    281¾ 0.0840.200364583½ 0.1310.28075
    291¾0.0860.235 347594 0.1200.28078
    301¾ 0.0900.2453176040.1310.28065

    A All dimensions are given in inches.

    TABLE 26 Type I, Style 19Gypsum-Wallboard, Gypsumboard, and Drywall NailsA

    Note—Steel wire, flat head, diamond point, round smooth or deformed shank, bright or blued finish.

    TABLE 27 Type I, Style 19Gypsum-Wallboard, Gypsumboard, and Drywall NailsA

    Note—Steel wire, flat slightly countersunk head, long diamond point, round mechanically deformed shank, bright or blued finish.

    TABLE 28 Type I, Style 20Roofing NailsA

    Note—Aluminum alloy wire, flat head, diamond point, round smooth shank, or, when specified, square-barbed shank.

    TABLE 29 Type I, Style 20Roofing NailsA

    Note—Steel wire; flat head; diamond point; round, smooth or deformed shank; bright or zinc coated, as specified, for hand driving or for use with mechanical drivers.

    Dash NoLDHNo./lbDash No.LDHNo./lb
    01¾0.1060.375460341¼0.1480.500140
    02¾0.1200.438340351¼0.1620.500120
    03¾0.1350.469270361½0.1060.375...
    04¾0.1420.484240371½0.1200.438180
    05¾0.1480.500220381¼0.1200.500160
    06¾0.1620.500200391¼0.1350.469150
    077/80.1060.375...401½0.1420.484130
    087/80.1200.438300411½0.1480.500120
    097/80.1200.500250421½0.1620.500110
    107/80.1350.469240431¾0.1060.375220
    117/80.1420.484210441¾0.1200.438160
    127/80.1480.500190451¾0.1200.500140
    137/80.1620.500170461¾0.1350.469130
    1410.1060.281380471¾0.1420.484120
    1510.1060.375360481¾0.1480.500110
    1610.1200.438270491¾0.1620.50092
    1710.1200.50022050¾0.1200.375290
    1810.1350.469210517/80.1200.375259
    1910.1420.4841905210.1200.375232
    2010.1480.500170531¼0.1200.375209
    2110.1620.500150541½0.1200.375179
    2211/80.1060.375320551¾0.1200.375157
    2311/80.1200.4382405620.1200.375156
    2411/80.1350.4691905720.1200.438156
    2511/80.1420.484170582½0.1200.375125
    2611/80.1480.500160592½0.1200.438125
    2711/80.1620.5001406030.1200.375104
    281¼0.1060.3753006130.1200.438104
    291¼0.1200.312240623½0.1200.37589
    301¼0.1200.438220633½0.1200.43889
    311¼0.1200.500...6440.1200.37578
    321¼0.1350.4691806540.1200.43878
    331¼0.1420.4841606630.1350.37572
    341¼0.1480.500140673½0.1350.37562
    351¼0.1620.5001206840.1480.40646
    361½0.1060.375...694½0.1480.40640

    A All dimension are given in inches.

    TABLE 30 Type I, Style 20Roofing NailsA

    Note—Copper-clad wire, flat head, diamond point, round smooth shank.

    TABLE 31 Type I, Style 20Roofing NailsA

    Note—Steel wire; leak-resistant umbrella head; diamond point; round smooth or deformed shank; zinc coated.

    Dash. No.LDHNo./Lb
    11¾0.1350.500110
    220.1350.50098
    320.1350.75073
    420.1480.75062
    520.1480.81360
    62½0.1350.75064
    72½0.1480.75053
    82½0.1480.81353
    930.1480.81347

    A All dimensions are given in inches.

    TABLE 32 Type I, Style 20Roofing NailsA

    Note—Steel wire, flat reinforced head, needle or diamond point, round smooth shank, bright or zinc coated, as specified. (For prepared felt roofing.)

    TABLE 33 Type I, Style 20Roofing NailsA

    Note—Hand-driven cap nails shall have a 1 in. diameter round plastic or steel cap with a cap diameter tolerance of ± 0.063 in., or a flat or domed square steel cap with an edge dimension 1 ± 0.063 in. Minimum thickness of the outside edge of plastic caps shall be 0.035 in. Minimum thickness of metal caps shall be 0.030 in. Nails are steel or stainless steel; with a diamond point; smooth or deformed shanks from round or spiral wire; and bright or zinc finish. Nails with metal caps shall both be bright or both have zinc finish. All hand-driven cap nails are packaged as integral nail-cap units.

    F1667 NLRFD
    No/LbB
    Dash No.LDSteelPlastic
    Hand Driven
    01½0.105130
    025/80.105120
    03¾0.105115362
    047/80.105110339
    0510.105110323
    0611/80.105110
    071¼0.105100269
    08not used
    09not used
    10not used
    11not used
    1230.10670118
    1330.1205070
    141½0.10596219
    151½0.12085175
    161¾0.10594195
    171¾0.12080152
    1820.10590169
    1920.12074131
    202½0.10580138
    212½0.1206195
    223½0.14853
    2340.14832
    2450.16225
    2560.16220
    2680.16213

    A All dimensions are given in inches.

    B Dashes () indicate that the fastener size is not a standard size.

    Editorially corrected in March 2012.

    TABLE 34 Type I, Style 20Roofing NailsA

    Note—Power driven cap nails have a 1 in. diameter plastic or steel cap with a cap diameter tolerance of ± 0.063 in. Minimum thickness of the outside edge of plastic caps is 0.035 in. Minimum thickness of metal caps is 0.010 in. Nails are steel or stainless steel; with a diamond point; smooth or deformed shanks from round or spiral wire; and bright or zinc finish. Nails with metal caps shall both be bright or both have zinc finish. With power driven cap nails, nails and caps may be packaged together or separately. Regardless of packaging, nails and caps are separately loaded into application tools with the nail being driven through the cap at point of application.

    The nails used in the power driven cap nail systems are not considered roofing nails until they are combined with the cap.

    F1667 NLRFD
    No/LbB
    Dash No.LDSteelPlastic
    Power Driven
    27¾0.120185268
    287/80.083200400
    297/80.120168240
    3010.083196355
    3110.120154215
    321¼0.080320
    331¼0.083190310
    341¼0.120140190
    351½0.080290
    361½0.083183280
    371½0.120126165
    381¾0.083176265
    391¾0.120106140
    4020.083170250
    4120.091230
    4220.12082114

    A All dimensions are given in inches.

    B Dashes () indicate that the fastener size is not a standard size.

    TABLE 35 Type I, Style 20Roofing NailsA

    Note—Aluminum alloy wire, flat head with neoprene washer (for aluminum roofing sheet), diamond point, round, smooth, or mechanically deformed shank, as specified.

    TABLE 36 Type I, Style 21Shingle NailsA

    Note—Aluminum Alloy wire, flat head, diamond point, round, smooth or mechanically deformed shank, as specified.

    TABLE 37 Type I, Style 21Shingle NailsA

    Note—Steel wire, flat head, diamond point, round, smooth (standard) or barbed (for special shingles) shank, bright or zinc coated, as specified.

    TABLE 38 Type I, Style 22Siding NailsA

    Note—Aluminum alloy wire, flat head (insulated), casing or countersunk head (wood), as specified, diamond point, round smooth shank or, when specified, square-barbed shank.

    TABLE 39 Type I, Style 23Slating NailsA

    Note—Aluminum alloy, copper or steel wire as specified. Aluminum and copper nails shall have a flat head (0.312 to 0.375in. diameter), diamond point, and round smooth shank or, when specified, square-barbed shank. Steel nails shall have a flat, slightly countersunk head, diamond point, round smooth shank, zinc coated.

    TABLE 40 Type I, Style 24Rubber Heel NailsA

    Note—Steel wire, flat or countersunk head, as specified, needle point, round smooth shank, bright finish.

    TABLE 41 Type I, Style 25Underlayment NailsA

    Note—Steel wire, flat or flat, slightly countersunk head, diamond point, round, mechanically deformed shank, bright finish.

    TABLE 42 Type I, Style 26Barbed NailsA

    Note—Steel wire, flat head, diamond point, square barbed shank, bright finish.

    TABLE 43 Type I, Style 27Masonry Drive NailsA

    Note—Hardened steel, flat head, cone pilot point, round, high pitch, multiple-start threaded shank, bright finish. When specified, masonry drive nails shall be proof lead tested.

    TABLE 44 Type I, Style 28Escutcheon NailsA

    Note—Steel or brass wire, as specified, oval head, diamond point, round smooth shank.

    TABLE 45 Type I, Style 29Glulam RivetA

    Note—Hardened steel, flat countersunk head, diamond point, smooth shank, zinc coated, as specified.

    TABLE 46 Type I, Style 30Post-Frame Shank NailsA

    Note—Steel, flat head, diamond point, round, mechanically deformed shank, bright or zinc-coated as specified. Nails shall comply with the supplementary requirements of S1 and Table S1.2.

    Dash No.LDHT1D
    max
    T1D
    min
    TL
    min
    PmaxPminRoot DiameterB
    01 30.1355/16.010.0052.25.077.0500.128
    0230.1485/16.010.0052.25.077.0500.140
    0330.1773/8.010.0052.25.077.0500.169
    043.50.1355/16.010.0052.25.077.0500.128
    053.50.1485/16.010.0052.25.077.0500.140
    063.50.1773/8.010.0052.25.077.0500.169
    073.50.20015/32.010.0052.25.077.0500.193
    0840.1485/16.010.0052.25.077.0500.140
    0940.1773/8.010.0052.25.077.0500.169
    1040.20015/32.010.0052.25.077.0500.193
    1140.20715/32.010.0052.25.077.0500.199
    124.50.1485/16.010.0053.077.0500.140
    134.50.1773/8.010.0053.077.0500.169
    144.50.20015/32.010.0053.077.0500.193
    154.50.20715/32.010.0053.077.0500.199
    1650.1773/8.010.0053.077.0500.169
    1750.20015/32.010.0053.077.0500.193
    1850.20715/32.010.0053.077.0500.199
    1960.1773/8.010.0053.077.0500.169
    2060.20015/32.010.0053.077.0500.193
    2160.20715/32.010.0053.077.0500.199
    2280.1773/8.010.0053.077.0500.169
    2380.20015/32.010.0053.077.0500.193
    2480.20715/32.010.0053.077.0500.199

    A All dimensions are given in inches.

    B Root diameter is a calculated value and is not specified as a dimension to be measured.

    L= length, in.,
    H= head diameter, in.,
    TL= length of threaded shank, in.,
    max= maximum acceptable value (not subject to tolerances),
    min= minimum acceptable value (not subject to tolerances),
    D= shank diameter, in.,
    T1= crest diameter, in., and
    P= pitch, or spacing of threads, in.

    TABLE 47 Type II, Style 1Common Cut NailsA

    Note—Steel or copper, flat head, bright finish.

    TABLE 48 Type II, Style 2Basket Cut NailsA

    Note—Steel, flat head, bright finish.

    TABLE 49 Type II, Style 3Clout Cut NailsA

    Note—Steel, flat head, bright finish, blued or zinc coated, as specified (see 5).

    TABLE 50 Type II, Style 4Trunk Cut NailsA

    Note—Steel, oval head, bright finish, blued, brass or copper plated, as specified.

    TABLE 51 Type II, Style 5Cobblers Cut NailsA

    Note—Steel casing head, clinch point, bright finish or brass plated, as specified.

    TABLE 52 Type II, Style 6Extra-Iron Clinching Cut NailsA

    Note—Steel, casing head, clinch point, bright finish or blued, as specified.

    TABLE 53 Type II, Style 7Hob Cut NailsA

    Note—Steel, square grooved head, clinch point, bright finish, or blued, as specified.

    TABLE 54 Type III, Style 1Common SpikesA

    Note—These spikes shall be sheared from medium carbon sheet steel and shall have a wedged-shaped shank with a square point end narrower than the upset head end. They shall have a flat head, bright finish, or zinc coated, as specified.

    TABLE 55 Type III, Style 2Gutter SpikesA

    Note—Steel wire, oval head, chisel point, flat head, diamond point, bright finish or zinc coated, as specified.

    TABLE 56 Type III, Style 3Round SpikesA

    Note—Steel wire, oval countersunk head, chisel point, flat head, diamond point, bright finish or zinc coated, as specified.

    F1667 SPRDCAF1667 SPRDFA
    Dash No.SLDHDash No.LDH
    0140d50.26250.5310180.3120.625
    0250d5½0.2830.5620280.3120.750
    0360d60.2830.5620390.3120.750
    04. . .70.3120.62504100.3120.750
    . . .. . .. . .. . .. . .0580.3750.750

    A All dimensions are given in inches.

    TABLE 57 Type III, Style 4Barge and Boat SpikesA

    Note—Wrought iron, hot rolled steel rod or steel wire, square, diamond or oval head, chisel point, bright finish or zinc coated, as specified.

    TABLE 58 Type IV, Style 1Fence StaplesA

    Note—Steel wire, bright finish or zinc coated, as specified.

    TABLE 59 Type IV, Style 2Poultry Netting StaplesA

    Note—Steel wire, zinc coated.

    TABLE 60 Type IV, Style 3Flat Top Crown StaplesA

    Note—Steel wire, aluminum alloy wire, bright finish, zinc coated, cement coated or chemically etched, as specified. (For use in power tools for fastening wood and other materials to wood.)

    TABLE 62 Type IV, Style 3Flat Top Crown StaplesA

    Note—Steel wire, chisel point, tin plated, zinc coated or lacquer finish, as specified, cohered together in strips. (For use in staple tackers or machines.) The number per strip shall be as specified and shall be suitable for use in the make and model of tool specified.

    TABLE 63 Type IV, Style 4Round or V Crown Staple A

    Note—Steel wire or copper-clad wire, bright finish, zinc coated, cement coated or chemically etched, as specified. (For use in power tools for fastening wood and other materials to wood.)

    TABLE 64 Type IV, Style 5Preformed StaplesA

    Note—Steel wire, chisel point, zinc or cement coated, as specified. Copper-clad wire, chisel point, tinned or other plated finish, as specified. (Hand driven.)

    TABLE 65 Type IV, Style 6Electrical StaplesA

    Note—Insulated or uninsulated, as specified.

    TABLE 66 Type IV, Style 7Preformed Hoop StapleA

    TABLE 67 Type IV, Style 8-Cap Staples

    Note—Cap staples are Type IV, Style 3, steel, flat top crown, with bright finish or zinc coated (as specified) staples, with a 1 in. diameter plastic cap having a cap diameter tolerance of ± 0.025 in. Minimum thickness of the outside edge of plastic caps is 0.035 in. Staples are driven with a hand (swung) or power tool with the staple being driven though the cap at point of application. Staples and caps may be packaged together or separately. Regardless of packaging, nails and caps are separately loaded into application tools with the staple being driven through the cap at point of application.

    STC Staples-Cap Sets
    Dash No.Ga.CL
    1183/16¾
    2183/167/8
    3183/161
    4183/1611/8
    5183/1613/16
    6183/161½
    7185/16¾
    8185/167/8
    9185/161
    10185/1611/8
    11185/1613/16
    12185/161½
    13183/85/8
    14183/8¾
    15183/87/8
    16183/81
    17183/811/8
    18183/81¼
    19183/813/8
    20183/81½
    21187/165/8
    22187/16¾
    23187/167/8
    24187/161
    25187/1611/8
    26187/161¼
    27187/1613/8
    28187/161½
    29203/85/8
    3021½5/8
    31243/83/8

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