Air Drills

Air drills are drilling tools which are driven by compressed air or gases. They are used by technicians and engineers, but are also suitable for amateur use. Air drills are generally lighter and more compact than their electrical drills. It makes them easier to operate and more durable. Air drills contain much fewer internal components than electric drills and, when linked with a quality air compressor, provide great results. Air drills also have lower vibrations than electric drills, which makes them more user-friendly and safer to use. There is no risk of spark, short-circuiting or electrocution. Air drills also have a higher weight to power ratio, allowing smaller, lighter tools accomplish the same tasks as much larger electrical equivalents.Features & Benefits: Free Speed (RPM) – this value reflects the maximum number of rotates per minute that the drilling head can produce. Air Pressure (psi/bar) – The pressure that needs to be delivered to the tool by the compressor to meet a desired level of drilling. Air Consumption (cfm/scfm or m3/min) –This value represents the quantity of compressed air that passes through a drilling set over a unit of time, usually a minute. More powerful drills need more air to be delivered to the tool to support a proper operation.Uses for Air Drills Automotive maintenance Tyre work Heavy machinery Working with flammable materials - no sparks

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Description Price Type Speed Vibration Level Chuck Size Reversible Action Length Model Number Air Inlet BSP
RS Stock No. 754-1845
Mfr. Part No.BP825
- 450rpm 2.5m/s² 13mm Yes - BP825 1/4in