High performance & productive tools that work on Compressed Air, having a huge advantage over electrically operated tools.
Superior ergonomics – For high productivity, the most important ergonomic factors are weight and vibration level of the tool.
Power to weight ratio – Pneumatic tools offer better power-to-weight ratio than electric tools. Simply put, pneumatic tools develop far more power in relation to their size and weight compared to most other motor types.
Increased productivity – A pneumatic tool is not sensitive to overloads and can maintain stated power, giving a higher production rate.
No risk of electric shock – Operators of all varieties are frequently used in environments where moisture, conductive materials, and flammable liquids are present. Damaged cords and wires pose a risk to operator safety resulting in an electrical shock. In contrast, air tools use no electricity and their rotary vane air motors generate no spark.
High performance in harsh environments – The two biggest threats affecting electric tool life are dust and heat — dropping them in water, or baking them under a hot sun or high ambient surrounding don’t help either. Air tools have a 100% duty cycle, meaning they are designed to run 24 hours a day 7 days a week.
Ease of service – The average electric tool maintenance interval is between 60 and 100 hours after which the tool will typically need brushes etc. Comparatively, an Air tool averages 200 hours between service intervals while an industrial grade Air Tool can run 2000 hours between tune ups.