With LignoLoc® wooden nails and the LignoLoc® pneumatic nailer from FASCO, the BECK Fastener Group has developed an innovative and versatile system that enables efficient and environmentally friendly woodworking and wood processing. LignoLoc® is the first ever fireable wooden nail for future-oriented use in industrial production and ecological timber construction (among many other applications).

The revolutionary LignoLoc® wooden nails are made from indigenous beech wood and boast a tensile strength similar to aluminium nails. Their mechanical properties allow the nails to be driven into solid structural timber with the FASCO LignoLoc® pneumatic nailer, without any pre-drilling, to form an inseparable bond with the timber.


The LignoLoc® system from BECK opens up countless application options for you – whether it be indoors, outdoors or in areas susceptible to corrosion:

  • Interior timber cladding
  • Timber façades
  • Wooden fences
  • Wooden furniture
  • Sauna building
  • Floors: OSB- and real wood flooring
  • Working with reclaimed wood
  • Boat building
  • Wooden coffins
  • and many more


LignoLoc® wooden nails*

LignoLoc® wooden nails offer an advantage over fasteners made of aluminium or steel in that they form no thermal bridges and leave no traces of corrosion in the wood.

  • Diameter: 3,7 mm | 0.145 inches
  • Lengths: 50 – 65 mm | 2 – 2 ½ inches
  • Material: Compressed beech wood
  • Colour: Natural
  • Coil capacity: 170 – 4 000
  • Magazine: 15° plastic sheet coil LignoLoc®
  • Tensile Strength: ~ 250 N/mm2

LignoLoc® pneumatic nailer from FASCO

  • Height: 322 mm | 12.67 inches
  • Width: 130 mm | 5.12 inches
  • Lengths: 275 mm | 10.82 inches
  • Weight: 2,40 kg | 5.29 Ibs
  • Pressure: min. 7 bar | 95 psi
  • Lubricant: Aerospace Lubricants
  • Tribolube 12
  • Actuation System: Single Shot actuation
  • Loading: Coil



  • Quick and simple processing with FASCO pneumatic nailers
  • Hardly any water absorption, so no expansion
  • High holding power thanks to lignin welding (see page 4)
  • Resistant to fungal infestation
  • No streaking or bleeding on the wood
  • More environmentally friendly than metal fasteners
  • I nstalled signifi cantly faster than wood dowels
  • No pre-drilling
  • No wood glue necessary
  • Made of indigenous beech wood
  • Better fire protection in wood structure than steel or metal fasteners
  • No thermal bridges, so better insulation values
  • Tensile strength similar to aluminium nails (~ 250 N/mm²)
  • Less tool wear when cutting nailed wooden components subsequently

View the full product brochure here.

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