Identify opportunities for growth in the Industrial Nailer market

Chicago, Sep 23, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Industrial Nailer Market by Product Type, Operation, End Users and Geography – Global forecast to 2027. Industrial nailer, also known as nail gun, is used for driving nails into wood and other materials. Additionally, an industrial nail gun is considered a professional hand tool used for strapping, siding, fencing, sub-flooring, exteriors, and roofing. Industrial nailers are usually powered by electromagnetism, compressed air (pneumatic) and highly flammable gases, namely butane and propane. Moreover, it is made with a portable design and is a maintenance-free device. In addition, the industrial nailer has a mechanical trigger locking system.

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Drivers: Growing use of industrial nailers in construction, packaging and manufacturing industries

The global industrial nail guns market is expected to grow exponentially owing to the growing demand for industrial nail guns across several industries, namely, construction, packaging, and manufacturing. The demand for industrial nailers is increasing due to their superior capabilities. Industrial nailers help increase productivity and work efficiency and save time. Additionally, these industrial nailers can replace industrial hand tools including metal hammers which are expected to drive the growth of the industrial nailers market over the forecast period.

Growing industrialization to drive demand for industrial nailers

As industrialization increases rapidly in the world, the cost of bulk products is expected to decrease. Also, it will lead to the demand for more efficient automation. Due to increasing industrialization – the demand for manufacturing, diversification, adoption and implementation of new technologies will increase. This is helping to drive the growth of the Industrial Nail Guns market to expand and prosper over the forecast period.

The study categorizes the industrial nail gun market on the basis of product type, operation, end users, and geography.

Industrial Nail Guns Market, By Product Type

  • Introduction
  • Brad Nail
  • Coil Nailer
  • Roofing & Siding Nailer
  • Framing nailer
  • Flooring nailer

Industrial Nailer Market, By Operation

  • Introduction
  • Pneumatic
  • Electric

Industrial Nail Guns Market, By End Users

  • Introduction
  • Packaging
  • Manufacturing
  • Construction
  • The Woodcraft
  • metal work

Industrial Nail Guns Market, By Region

  • Introduction
  • North America
  • Europe
  • APAC
  • Line

Challenges: Skilled workers to operate machinery associated with nailers leads to increased labor cost

Equipment and machinery associated with industrial nailers are considered complex in the market. They can only be operated by well-trained and skilled workers, which further increases labor costs. This factor is the most growing challenge and may hamper the market and the near future. In addition, workers must take certain safety precautions required to use these devices, as a failure can lead to serious health risks. These features are difficult and can disrupt the market.

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Key Players in the Industrial Nailer Market

  1. Aerosmith binding (USA)
  2. APACH INDUSTRIAL CO., LTD. (Taiwan),
  3. John. Friedrich Behrens France (Germany),
  4. Bostitch Industrial (USA),
  5. DEWALT (USA),
  6. Koki Holdings America Ltd. (United States),
  7. J-AIR Corporation (Japan),
  8. MAX Co., Ltd. (Japan),
  9. Raimund BECK KG (Austria),

Challenge: functional constraint increases maintenance costs in a process

The introduction of water spray creates a temporary two-phase flow in the steam line. The desuperheater should limit the negative effects by reducing the time the steam resides in the system. Vapor velocities are a critical factor in limiting these negative effects. Good piping practice dictates that water flow be limited to velocities of 15 to 25 feet/sec, but steam line velocities are often between 200 and 400 feet/sec. Until the spray water evaporates, the water droplets will remain entrained in the high velocity steam. If these droplets strike pipework or other equipment, they can cause erosion damage.


        

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