These thick, U-shaped staples can penetrate dense materials for fastening or retaining.
These staples set flush and are used for general-purpose fastening.
Round crowns curve out for fastening bulky materials and helping prevent damage to materials during stapling.
The crown of these staples comes to a slight peak to provide room under the crown for fastened materials.
Fasten down wires with these insulated staples. These staples can be used in a compatible staple gun and consist of a plastic U-shaped bracket and a metal staple that runs through the bracket.
These staples are composed of a plastic U-shaped bracket and a metal staple or one or more nails that run through the bracket. To secure a cable or wire to a surface, the bracket is inserted on top of the cable or wire as it is held against the surface, and the nail or staple is hammered into the surface to secure the bracket.
The barbs in these staples penetrate into and hold onto foam board to fasten tubing when installing in-floor radiant-heating. They are applied with a foam board stapler.