Pneumatic Hog Ring Gun

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Pneumatic Gabion Basket Hog Ring Closure Tool

This pneumatic hog ring gun is specially engineered to be used with our high tensile strength hog rings in the construction of gabion walls for a variety of applications in the hardscape, civil construction, erosion control, and landscape industries.

When it comes to gabion applications, our hog rings are used to assemble the wired gabion basket pieces into a larger wall or structure, providing the durability needed to withstand not only the elements but the weight of filler materials within the baskets. Due to the strength of these high tensile hog rings, you’d be hard pressed to find a better, stronger, and more expedient solution for assembly than our pneumatic hog ring gun.

Our commercial grade pneumatic hog ring guns are used to close our 1140 style hog rings.  They close our 1.5" open rings to a diameter of 9/16".  An air compressor and hose are required but are not included.

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Magazine type: Rear loading
Staple type: 1140 Series
Magazine capacity: 120
Fasteners per strip: 40
Operating pressure: 95 psi (0.66 Nmm^2)
Max. operating pressure: 100 psi (0.69 Nmm^2)
Air consumption/operation: 5 cu. inch (0.14 cu. meter)
Inner hose diam. required: 3/8” (9.5mm) Ø recommended
Emission sound level at the workstation: d = 82 dB
Weight: 14.65 lbs. (6.65 kg)

Extras supplied with the tool: Operators manual, spare parts list and safety & service instructions

Prior to operating the tool, it is important that your operators read and understand all safety precautions.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
Jeremy Cushman
Great Improvement vs Hand Operated C-Ring Tool

The gun is awesome, a little heavy but the wraparound handle makes it manageable when trying to close up baskets. Shipping was like lightning.

The air consumption is minimal and a small pancake air compressor like the ones available for about $130 from any big box store allows us to close about 10 rings per minute without performance issues. Before we step up to a larger compressor, we're going to try an additional air tank for more volume because we're powering the compressor with a truck mounted inverter and would have to haul a generator if we step up the compressor size.

I would not try to install more than a dozen baskets without the pneumatic ring tool. Its a time saver and arm saver. I would buy again, but don't expect to have to because of the quality of the tool.