Stanley Bostitch 1/2" Heavy Duty Staples 5000pk - BOSSB3512-5M
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  • Packaged Quantity: 5000 / Box
  • Staple Type: Heavy Duty
  • Leg Length: 0.47"
  • Media Capacity: 85 Sheets
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Premium Heavy-duty Staples were developed for optimum performance in most heavy-duty staplers. Superior-quality, high carbon wire construction reduces buckling and jamming. The finely honed chisel points deliver maximum penetration for maximum sheet capacity. Optimized, 1/2"" (12mm) leg length drives through significant 55 to 85 sheet stacks. Comes in 5000 pk.

Product Details

  • For optimum performance in most heavy-duty staplers.
  • Finely honed chisel points for maximum penetration.
  • Superior-quality carbon steel wire reduces buckling and jamming.
  • 1/2" (12mm) leg length staples 55 to 85 sheets.

Item Specifications

  • Packaged Quantity: 5000 / Box
  • Product Type: Staples
  • Staple Type: Heavy Duty
  • Leg Length: 0.47"
  • Media Capacity: 85 Sheets
  • Features: Heavy Duty and Chisel Point
  • Material: High Carbon Steel
  • Color: Silver
  • Compatibility: Antimicrobial 215 Sheet Extra Heavy Duty Stapler (00540)
    Antimicrobial 130 Sheet Heavy Duty Stapler (B310HDS)
    Silver
  • Part Number: BOSSB3512-5M

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Transcript: This is an introduction to what staples you should buy. I’ll go over how to search for it, and other information you might not know about staples.

First off, many—if not most—staplers are labeled with what staple type it uses. This is often found inside, where the staples are loaded in.

If it’s not labeled, then check product page of the stapler and staples—staples especially are labeled with compatible staplers if they are custom. You can also check the box your stapler came in.

Most desktop staplers will use either premium or standard staples. Unless labeled otherwise, these are a ...
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This is an introduction to what staples you should buy. I’ll go over how to search for it, and other information you might not know about staples.

First off, many—if not most—staplers are labeled with what staple type it uses. This is often found inside, where the staples are loaded in.

If it’s not labeled, then check product page of the stapler and staples—staples especially are labeled with compatible staplers if they are custom. You can also check the box your stapler came in.

Most desktop staplers will use either premium or standard staples. Unless labeled otherwise, these are a 1/4” length. And they come in different sized strips, most commonly with 210 staples.

You may also find staples labeled with a fraction. This number is wire gauge(or thickness), and the length length in millimeters.

For the gauge, the larger the number, the thinner the wire is. So if you see a 26/6 staple, this is a standard sized 1/4” staple. A 26/8 staple is a standard 5/16” staple.

Now, each staple supports a different amount of pages—do remember that your stapler will determine the limit because it will only support certain size of staples.

Some staples use custom staples, like cartridges. In this case, custom staples are usually well labeled with what stapler they are used in.

If, when you staple, two staples come out at the same time. This probably means you need heavy duty staples. The gauge on these are thicker than standard staples.

If your staples are only getting stuck, then you might need a thinner gauge of staple. Or more commonly, you might need to buy a new stapler.

Questions & Answers

Thank You for your question. The easiest way to find out what staples you need is to refer to the package or look inside the stapler itself. There will be a staple number to reference.

Answered by MyBinding
1 years and 5 months ago ago

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