Pneumatic Tools

Pneumatic tools are any pieces of equipment powered by compressed air supplied by an air compressor or can be driven by carbon dioxide with a small cylinder for greater mobility. These tools are safer to operate and maintain than the electric-power equivalents and have a high power-to-weight ratio. This means that they can do heavier jobs despite their relatively light construction. Before deciding which to choose, the free speed, air pressure, air consumption and horse power must be considered. There are a huge variety of pneumatic tools. Probably the most well-known is the pneumatic drill but there are many others which are routinely used for building. These include nailing and stapling guns, sandblasters, air impact wrenches and ratchets. For more professional and specialised use, there are also buffers, riveting guns or machines and paint sprayers. There are a range of hammers types such as fabrication, forging, chipping or jack hammers. Only in recent years have pneumatic tools been purchased for domestic use but they are still not very popular. Traditionally, their use had been confined to construction sites and industry as their power allowed workers to use these implements to increase productivity especially for jobs requiring strength to be sustained for repetitive jobs.

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