Cordless Tool Improves Speed while Installing Collated Screws

Simpson Strong-Tie has introduced the Quik Drive Cordless PROCCS+ Multi-Purpose Combo System, a lightweight, cordless version of its popular Quik Drive auto-feed screw driving system for collated fasteners. Designed to improve speed, reliability, and user comfort for a wide variety of subflooring, underlayment, and decking applications, the cordless Quik Drive features quick-loading collated screw strips, precise countersink adjustment, and the patented Quik Drive auto-advance mechanism.

Simpson Strong-Tie has introduced the Quik Drive Cordless PROCCS+ Multi-Purpose Combo System, a lightweight, cordless version of its popular Quik Drive auto-feed screw driving system for collated fasteners.

Combining new advancements in battery technology with low-torque fastener designs, the Quik Drive Cordless PROCCS+ drives approximately 1,200 2″ screws on a single battery charge. Designed for simplicity and ease of use, the new cordless system can have a first-day apprentice up and running in no time and keeping pace with seasoned veteran contractors. Plus, setup time is slashed by eliminating electrical cords and pneumatic hoses with their respective trip and electrical shock hazards.

The combo kits include both the PRO300SG2 and PRO200SG2 Quik Drive attachments, combining them with a 2,000-rpm, 20V brushless DeWalt cordless DCF624 driver motor and G3 lightweight extension. These new kits will also include two 5.0 amp hour lithium-ion batteries, a battery charger, screw quiver, and a protective soft case.

Providing a consistently reliable drive with fewer kick-outs, the Quik Drive Cordless PROCCS+ combo kit comes with two power packs allowing on-the-fly battery swapping for tremendous mobility on the jobsite while delivering the same durability and dependability as the popular corded Quik Drive auto-feed systems from Simpson Strong-Tie.

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