Fischer launches new nail gun

Fischer launches new nail gun

A new level of efficiency for fastenings in wood, how fischer describes its latest tool

The fischer FGW 90F setting tool allows nails to be processed quickly, safely and easily in wood. Using the power tool makes the fastening process cost-effective and efficient by reducing the time it takes and ensuring the execution is consistent and precise, with no need for any additional fasteners or tools.

Roof battens, frame construction or facade cladding – wood is a popular construction material that is now also being used in multi-storey residential and commercial construction, not to mention traditional applications such as floor surfaces, decking and ceiling cladding.

Weighing 3.8 kilogrammes, with compact dimensions (390 mm length x 108 mm width x 381 mm height), the tool is comfortable to grip. The magazine can be quickly and easily loaded with up to 60 nails. A safety clip prevents nails from falling out, making it safe to reinsert them. Nails can be placed with precision and flexibility in any direction and location thanks to the handy device nose and an energy performance of 90 joules. Upside-down installation is also easy with the device.

The tool is suitable for a variety of ring and smooth shank nails in lengths of 50 to 90 millimetres. Both D-shaped and round head nails can be processed with ease. This level of flexibility enables applications in solid wood, laminated wood, plywood, chipboard, fibreboard and veneer materials. An adjustment wheel that sets the embedment depth offers tradespeople a choice of how to place the nails – either flush or fully embedded and a protective cover can be attached during placement to prevent any pressure marks during applications in visible areas. The setting tool can be used within a temperature range of -7°C to +50°C.

The gas cartridges and lithium-ion battery make the setting tool economical to work with. One gas cartridge lasts for more than 1,100 fastenings. The powerful lithium-ion battery can quickly be swapped for a new one after use and lasts for more than 8,000 fastenings per charge. The LED status display gives users a continuous overview of the device’s remaining battery power and status, which allows standstills on the construction site to be prevented. A 10-minute charge is sufficient to place at least 300 nails and it takes 90 minutes to fully charge the battery, which is also compatible with fischer’s other direct fastening tools, increasing flexibility on the construction site.

The fischer FGW 90F is low maintenance, only requiring maintenance after approximately 20,000 fastenings. If the tool isn’t needed for a while, it can be safely stored on an adjustable hook (belt or rafter hook).


  • Battery and charger
  • Gas cartridges
  • Nails
  • Cleaning set with a cleaning solution, lubricating oil and a rubber sealing ring.

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