Milwaukee M18 FUEL Utility Fencing Stapler 2843-22

Milwaukee being no stranger to cordless battery powered nailers and staplers has introduced a new cordless stapler for the needs of linemen and fence installers with the Milwaukee M18 FUEL Utility Fencing Stapler 2843-22. It is expected to launch June 2022 and will be sold as a baretool for $599 and as a kit for $799.

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M18 FUEL™ Utility Fencing Stapler (2843-22)

As always, power tools are designed to make manual repetitive tasks easier with the use of technology so that we work smarter not harder and that’s exactly what Milwaukee has accomplished here with their latest cordless stapler. Designed for dual use purpose to help linemen attach copper ground wire to wooden utility poles and to help fence installers to attach fence wiring. Normally this is done by manually hammering staples but of course a power tool such as this stapler makes easy work of that and according to Milwaukee, it can drive staples up to 6 times as fast as hammering. Also turns a two hand job of hammering staples into a one handed job.

It has many of the features of their existing M18 Fuel cordless nailers such as power on button, dry fire lockout, tool free depth of drive adjustments, tool free jam clearing, LED light for low light situations, and reversible belt clip. A feature that linemen will find very useful is the top mounted lanyard loop to tether the nailer to prevent falls when working high up. It includes a secondary manual trigger lock for safety as well.  Runtime is good at up to 600 staples per charge with a 3ah battery.

  • Compatible with only Milwaukee 9GA Galvanized Staples (MPU112-960, MPU134-960, MPU2-960) Sold Separately
  • LED Work Light
  • Reversible Belt Clip
  • Tool Free Jam Clearance
  • Lanyard Loop
  • Tool Free Depth of Drive Adjustment
  • Dry Fire Lock Out
  • Secondary Mechanical Trigger Locking Switch
  • Depth Indicator Markings
  • Staple Alignment
  • 9 Gauge
  • Magazine Capacity: 45
  • Weight (w/out battery): 9.8 lbs
  • Warranty: 3 Years
  • Kit Includes: M18 FUEL™ Utility Fencing Stapler, (1) M18™ REDLITHIUM™ HIGH OUTPUT™ CP3.0 Battery, (1) M18™ & M12™ Charger, and Contractor Bag
  • *Also available as a bare tool (2843-20)


Milwaukee 9GA Galvanized Staples

Along with the new stapler, Milwaukee also announced new 9 gauge galvanized staples designed to work only with the new stapler mentioned above. You can get them in 3 lengths, 1-1/2″, 1-3/4″, and 2″. Prices shown below and all come as bundles of 960.

  • Available in 3 lengths:
    • MPU112-960: 1 ½”                   $89.00
    • MPU134-960: 1 ¾”                   $99.00
    • MPU2-960: 2”                         $109.00
  • ONLY compatible with M18 FUEL™ Utility Fencing Stapler 


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