Read This Article before you buy any compressed Air Tool.

By: mastan

These are tools driven by compressed air. They are strong, rugged, and powerful. They are also now manufactured for every job around the house.

Air tools, also referred to as pneumatic tools, have several advantages over electric power tools. For one, they offer more torque and power than conventional power tools. They also are generally more durable than their electric counterparts. Finally, they are easy to use. Just plug in your air tool's hose to your compressor and start working.
They do require a separate air compressor that powers your individual air tools. Be sure to match the PSI (pressure per square inch) rating on your compressor with that of your tools. Also, only purchase air-tool hoses that are made for the connection on your compressor. A tight seal between your hose and compressor is critical to prevent air leakage and loss of power.

There is an air tool for almost every job. Some of the more common air tools are:

- Pneumatic drills
- Air grinders
- Pneumatic hammers
- Lubricators
- Air nail guns
- Air paint sprayers
- Pneumatic ratchets
- Air sanders
- Air saws, tire inflators, and pneumatic wrenches.

Before selecting a compressor, carefully consider the unit's horsepower and tank capacity. Units with more powerful motors and larger tanks can generate higher levels of PSI .

There are two main types of compressors available:

Piston-type compressors: Piston-type compressors use a pump to fill a tank. The tank stores the compressed air until it is ready for use. When the air pressure drops below a certain point, the compressor turns back on and increases the pressure. Two-stage compressors create more pressure and are superior for heavy-duty jobs.

Compact compressors: Compact compressors are a air power tool that does not have a tank to store compressed air. Instead, the compressor continues to run while it is providing air pressure. While these models are small and light, they do not provide enough pressure for many applications and are generally used as propellants for paint, glue or lubricant guns.

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