The Ramset™ FrameBoss™ XP is a fully automatic powder actuated tool that is capable of fixing 10 pins without the need to reload or cycle the tool. The automatic piston return system and 10 pin magazine allow for faster fixing rates with less effort. The magazine can be adjusted to lock into a number of positions to allow the tool to be used in confined spaces. The FrameBoss™ XP tool is also supplied with a single shot fastener guide to allow the tool to be used with longer fasteners and assembles such as brackets and clips. With a huge 400 joules of impact energy coupled with power adjustment, the tool can be used in a wide variety of applications e.g. Timber framing, formwork and the fixing of steel track. FrameBoss™ XP is designed to get the job done quickly and save you money.
3.7 kg (3.99kg with magazine)
Timber to Concrete 50mm Timber to Steel 50mm Metal to Concrete 3mm Metal to Steel 3mm
Pin Capacity (Single Shot)
up to 100mm
Pin Capacity (Magazine)
up to 75mm
Concrete, Steel, Masonary
FEATURES & BENEFITS
Automatic piston return with no manual cycling
400J maximum impact energy
10 Pin magazine and single shot fastener guide
175mm magazine capacity, 100mm single shot capacity
Easy to maintain on site
Cushioned rubber grip
TRADES & APPLICATIONS
Residential Home Builder
Ceiling & Partitioning Contractor
Timber to concrete
Timber to steel
Sacrificial steel formwork to steel
Steel Track to concrete and steel
Brick ties to concrete and steel
Standard Operating Procedure
Always read and understand the instruction manual before attempting to operate a Ramset™ powder actuated tool. Ramset™ also recommends users obtain personal instruction and training from a Ramset™ representative.
First cycle the tool and insert the power load strip.
Insert the correct fastener or collated fasteners, (without compressing the front of the tool).
The tool should then be compressed against the work surface. (Making sure that the tool is perpendicular to the work surface).
Once the tool is compressed the trigger is actuated and the fastener is driven through the material being fastened into the substrate.