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Monday, September 24, 2012

Benefits of Compressed Air Tools

The trouble with hand tools is battery life. Good, but unless you have at least two spare batteries in rotation, you are not going to use them effectively or efficiently.

The trouble with power tools is safety. On site the plethora of cables is always an issue and at home, many a sturdy DIYer has been taken by surprise at just how powerful a power tool can be.

So what else is there?

Air tools, that's the answer. Tools that use compressed air as their power source. Tools that do not wrap the site in cables, or pose health hazards through overheating and frayed cables, tools that provide the same level of power and efficiency every time you need them.

Safe, compliant, and easy to use, compresses air equipment tools meet all you're on site or at home requirements.

And whatever you are doing, there is a compresses air equipment tool that meets your needs. If you need high power for your workshop, then there is a range of industrial lubricated and non-lubricated compressors available for the task. These systems will help with everything from tyre changing machines in a mechanics shop through to compressing oxygen for scuba tanks or hydrogen and other gases for chemical storage work.

Save space on site with a portable compressor that can power multiple tools at the same time at pressures from 7 to 24 bar (101 to 350 psi). These compressors can power a whole range of contractor tools from rock drilling equipment through paving and concrete breakers to backfill rammers and internal concrete vibrators.

And then there is a whole plethora of standard site and home tools that can be powered by compressed air. Everything from portable drills and grinders through nibblers, routers and saws and onto impact wrenches, riveting hammers and screwdrivers.

Whatever the job and, more importantly, whatever the size of the job, there is a compressed air equipment tool that meets the requirements and, just as importantly, the health and safety specification, of the job at hand. And, of course, you don't need to plug the compressor in, it runs from its own engines - perfect for situations where there is no electrical power on site.

And the uses spread far beyond the construction and DIY industries. There are compressed air tools that will work in the mining, chemical and plastics industries, as well as well as arenas such as agriculture, health, food and environmental. Literally whatever you want to do, compressed air tools will help you to do it.

Michael P Richards is writing on behalf of Excel Compressors, specialists in Compressed Air Equipment

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