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Friday, April 15, 2011

Makita High Pressure Technology, left to right: AN610H 2-1/2" Siding Coil Nailer; AC310H 2.5 HP High Pressure Compressor; AN911H 3-1/2" Framing Coil Nailer.


Wayne Hart
Communications Manager
Makita U.S.A.
(714) 522-8088 x 4410

(800) 4-MAKITA



New extended-length video highlights Makita High Pressure nailers, compressor

Makita High Pressure dramatically increases air pressure delivered to pneumatic nailers. The result? More compact nailers with less weight, with more driving power than conventional nailers, engineered for consistent nailing performance. 

Makita High Pressure consists of the 2.5 HP High Pressure Air Compressor (AC310H), the 2-1/2” High Pressure Siding Coil Nailer (AN610H), and the 3-1/2” High Pressure Framing Coil Nailer (AN911H).  These innovative products are Makita’s first steps into high pressure pneumatics technology that will meet the demands for larger nails, higher capacity, and greater versatility in a range of materials, including the increasingly dense engineered lumber used in framing construction.

“High pressure technology allows Makita to engineer more compact tools that weigh less and feel better, yet deliver more power and results for the end user,” said Joe Soto, Product Manager, Pneumatics and Residential Construction.  “Makita’s high pressure compressor and nailers have the capacity and the versatility to deliver more consistent nailing results through a wide variety of soft, hard and dense materials.  With this increased efficiency, productivity and performance, Makita High Pressure is the future of pneumatics.” 

Hit the link at right to watch the new extended video on Makita High Pressure, or view it on the Makita You Tube Channel at


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