Bostitch, a leader in innovation, is always looking to revolutionize the pallet industry, and with the release of the new IC60-1 coil nailer, the bar has been raised. In conjunction with the Pallet Plus™ fasteners, this combination is putting Bostitch one step closer to that revolution. Beyond just saving money on material costs, the pallet … Continue reading What’s Old is New Again: Bostitch Pallet Plus and the New IC60-1 Coil Nailer
What is SCRAIL? The perfect combination fastener, SCRAIL has the speed and low labor cost of a nail with the holding power of a screw, so quality is never sacrificed for cost. With over 2,000 colors available to perfectly match the final product, SCRAIL fasteners are versatile and can be easily driven with any pneumatic … Continue reading SCRAIL – The Perfect Combination Fastener
Ever wonder what the different colored triggers on your Bostitch tools mean? Here is the low down from our friends at Bostitch a Division of Stanley Black & Decker. Bostitch offers two types of triggers for pneumatic tools: Contact Trip (black trigger), Sequential Trip (silver-gray trigger) and Selectable Trigger. Each trigger has specific advantages. For … Continue reading Trigger Happy…the Low Down on Bostitch Triggers
There are a variety of ways to close and seal a carton. The method that you choose to close the cartons in your packaging process can greatly affect the condition of the product when it arrives to your customer. If the product arrives in poor condition, it not only runs the risk of being returned … Continue reading 3 Things You Should Know About Carton Closing
A question that we hear a lot here at the R.V. Evans Company when discussing strapping is; “Is there a difference in joint strength between strapping materials?” This is often times brought on by the difference in appearance between steel strap and polyester strap. Naturally, you would think that the steel strap would be stronger, … Continue reading Is There a Difference in Strapping Joint Strength?