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Looking for staples for your staple gun? Or do you need a new staple gun? Then you have come to the right place. We offer several types of staple guns and staples. You can choose between type 53 and type 140 staples. Type 53 staples are made of a fine wire, which is perfect for thin materials. Type 140 stapes are made of flat, wide thread, which works great for materials that require some more strength. Both types are available in galvanised and stainless steel. Staples are incredibly useful for quickly fastening all kinds of materials, like plastic, textile, isolation, and thin wooden boards. Working with a staple gun saves a lot of time and is easier than using nails or screws.
Staples type 53
Staples type 53 are the smallest staples we offer. Type 53 staples are made of a fine wire and have a crown of 11.3 mm. They are available in different sizes and materials. The staples with 8 mm legs are available in both galvanised and stainless steel. Staples with 10 and 12 mm legs are only available in galvanised steel.
Staples type 140
Staples type 140 are the strongest staples we offer. Type 140 staples are made of a medium wire, which is flat and wide. The crown measures 10.6 mm. The staples with 10 mm legs are available in both galvanised and stainless steel. Staples with 8 and 12 mm legs are only available in galvanised steel.
Which staples for a staple gun?
For all the staples type 53 and 140, we offer a matching staple gun. What is more important, is which staples are right for your project. Opt for fine wire staples when you are working with textile or thin foil. Choose medium wire staples when you are working with materials that are thicker and tougher, like carpet or isolation material. If you are fastening something outside or in a humid room, like a bathroom, go for stainless steel nails. When you are fastening wire, we recommend using our wire staples.
Remember to check the length you need. A rule of thumb is that the legs should be three times as long as the thickness of the material you are going to attach. Of course, there are some exceptions. For example, if you are fastening something to hardwood, the length should be twice as long. Additionally, if you are attaching very thin materials, like a foil, the legs should be at least 4 mm longer than the thickness of the foil.
Order your type 53, type 140, or wire staples for competitive prices. Business clients enjoy even more advantages with a free business account.