What are the different types of staples?
Staple guide.Staple body.Staple wire.Staple crown.Staple leg length.Staple material.Chisel staple.Staple clinch..
What does gauge mean in Staples?
The gauge is the thickness of the staple, whereas the crown is the width. Medium Wire: Medium wire staples are generally measured in the 18 – 19 gauge range of thickness.
What size are heavy duty staples?
Common sizes for heavy duty staplers include: 23/8, 23/12, 23/15, 23/20, 23/24, 13/10, and 13/14.
What are Type 53 staples?
The 53 Series Staples come in leg lengths of 6mm, 8mm, 10mm, 12mm, 14mm and 16mm. All leg lengths are galvanised; have a crown width of 11.35mm; and come in boxes of 5,000 staples. The 53 Series Staple Selection Pack comes with 2,000 x 6mm; 2,000 x 8mm; and 2,000 x 10mm staples.
How do I know what size Staples to buy?
Most staplers will say on the bottom what size staple they take, so before you make a purchase, check the bottom of your stapler first. Often, the size will appear in the metric, two-number form, for example, 23/6.
Why are there two types of staples?
The common office stapler has two settings to provide the user a choice of whether to firmly bind papers together using the “reflexive” or staple setting, where the legs of the staple curve under for a firm hold, or to temporarily bind them with the milder “pinning” setting, which makes it easier to remove the staple …