Air tools not only cost significantly less than comparable electric models, but they also boast a longer functional life. Plus, pneumatic tools are more powerful than electric ones. They deliver higher torque levels and revolutions per minute, helping you get your jobs done faster and better. Like these fine tools by Campbell Hausfeld for example:
Air GrinderAir Grinder
If one of your tools has become dull, for example a chisel, you can sharpen it back up as good as new using a mini-die grinder. This tool provides up to 25-thousand RPM and will accommodate a variety of grinding bits. The two piece collet design provides for more accurate positioning of grinding bits.
Air HammerAir Hammer
The air hammer delivers 3500 blows per minute, that's 60 blows per second! It's great for cutting rusted bolts, trimming metal
panels, removing mortar from cement blocks or scraping glue or mastic off of a concrete slab
floor. The chisel shank size is 0.401 with a Parker Taper
Air Caulk Gun
If you've got a heavy duty caulking job ahead of you, why waste time with a standard dripless caulk gun. Use air power to evenly apply caulk over a large area. The caulk tube fits into gun which is attached to an air compressor. Adjustable flow allows for thick or thin bead depending on your needs and your job will be done a lot faster.
Portable Air Compressor
This small air compressor can go with you anywhere and provide a variety of different jobs. You can plug this compressor into a cigarette lighter outlet in your car, truck or boat and it's ready to go to work. Either inflate small tires or inner tubes or floats for the lake.