What size is a T 50 staple?
Arrow staple gun tacker uses 6 sizes of T50 staples 1/4, 5/16, 3/8, 1/2, 17/32, and 9/16 In.
What size staples does my staple gun use?
Light duty staple guns load three sizes of staples: 1/4, 5/16- and 3/8-inch staples. Since the heavy duty stapler can handle a greater variety of staple sizes, it might seem that there’s really no need for the light duty model. There are, however, other factors to consider beside staple capacity.
What is the difference between T50 and JT21 staples?
Product details. JT21 staples are the T50’s little brother. Although often referred to as light-duty, there’s really nothing “light” about them. Built with the same quality and precision as the T50, these staples utilize a thinner wire in a smaller staple format to deliver great holding power.
What are the different sizes of staples?
Common sizes for the home and office include: 26/6, 24/6, 24/8, 13/6, 13/8 and No. 10 for mini staplers. Common sizes for heavy duty staplers include: 23/8, 23/12, 23/15, 23/20, 23/24, 13/10, and 13/14. Stapleless staplers cut and bend paper without using metal fasteners.
Can you use any size staple in a staple gun?
For example, a 16-gauge staple is thicker than an 18-gauge staple. Common gauge sizes for all-purpose staple guns are 16, 18, and 20 gauge, with some upholstery guns firing 22-gauge staples. Within that range, staple guns will use staples in widths from 7/32-inch to 7/16-inch and lengths of up to 2 inches.
What size is T20 staple?
The Arrow Fastener T20 staple measures 1/2-inch leg length and 5/16-inch wide.
What are the different types of staples?
Staple Sizes Chart
|Staple Type||Staple Length||Uses|
|23/8||8mm leg length (5/16 inch)||up to 50 sheets at a time|
|23/10||10mm leg length (3/8 inch)||up to 70 sheets at a time|
|23/13||13mm leg length (1/2 inch)||up to 100 sheets at a time|
|23/15||16mm leg length (9/16 inch)||up to 140 sheets at a time|
What are 18 gauge staples used for?
At 18-19 gauge, medium wire staples can be used for heavier upholstery, cabinet assembly, paneling, trim, sheathing, underlayment, siding and soffits.