CORDLESS QUIK DRIVE

Simpson Strong-Tie has introduced the Quik Drive Cordless PROCCS+ Multi-Purpose Combo System, a lightweight, cordless version of its popular Quik Drive auto-feed screw driving system for collated fasteners. 

Designed to improve speed, reliability and user comfort for a wide variety of subflooring, underlayment and decking applications, the cordless Quik Drive features quick-loading collated screw strips, precise countersink adjustment, and a patented auto-advance mechanism.

Combining new advancements in battery technology with low-torque fastener designs, the tool drives about 1,200 2” screws on a single battery charge. Combo kits include both PRO300SG2 and PRO200SG2 Quik Drive attachments, combining with a 2,000-rpm, 20V brushless DeWalt cordless DCF624 driver motor and G3 lightweight extension. They also include two 5.0-amp hour lithium-ion batteries, a battery charger, screw quiver, and protective soft case.

STRONGTIE.COM 

(800) 999-5099

Follow US

Recent News

Wehrung’s Grows in Pennsylvania

Ottsville, Pa.-based Wehrung’s Family of Businesses held a grand opening Oct. 22 to show off its newest location, in Macungie, Pa.

Read More →

BlueLinx Expands into Pacific Northwest with Purchase of Vandermeer

BlueLinx Expands into Pacific Northwest with Purchase of Vandermeer

Read More →

Markets Changing for Windows & Doors

About 75% of replacement exterior doors and patio doors were purchased from home improvement warehouse stores, while less than half of replacement windows were purchased there, according to a recent presentation by Ed Hudson, Home Innovation Research Labs.

Read More →

Wehrung’s Grows in Pennsylvania

Ottsville, Pa.-based Wehrung’s Family of Businesses held a grand opening Oct. 22 to show off its newest location, in Macungie, Pa.

Read More →

BlueLinx Expands into Pacific Northwest with Purchase of Vandermeer

BlueLinx Expands into Pacific Northwest with Purchase of Vandermeer

Read More →

Markets Changing for Windows & Doors

About 75% of replacement exterior doors and patio doors were purchased from home improvement warehouse stores, while less than half of replacement windows were purchased there, according to a recent presentation by Ed Hudson, Home Innovation Research Labs.

Read More →