Air powered tools allow for a lot of benefits that you won’t get from using electric tools. Electric tools can be cumbersome with having to charge batteries and replace them all the time. They are also heavier than air powered counterparts. Some of the tools we like to replace with air power are drills, grease guns, and impact wrenches. These can be hooked up to an air machine and used with great mobility any time they are needed.

Key Takeaways:

  • Air tools are more lightweight and easy to operate than electrical tools that do the same job.
  • A good use for a pneumatic grease gun is lubing up popular tools such as your lawnmower.
  • There are other great air tools such as impact wrenches, staplers, and sanders.

“Air tools or pneumatic tools or pneumatic-powered tools are powered by compressed air.”

Read more: https://www.franklyntools.com/different-types-of-air-tools-and-their-uses/