Air equipment tools use compressed air to achieve a variety of tasks in multiple industries...Show More
Air equipment tools use compressed air to achieve a variety of tasks in multiple industries. On construction and industrial worksites, air compressors are used to power pneumatic tools, such as drills and nail guns, and percussive tools, like jackhammers and paving breakers. Air equipment is also used by janitorial teams and companies specializing in water damage repair to clear out excess moisture.
Another typical application for air equipment tools is worksite cleanup. Air movers, for instance, are used by teams once they are finished working in an area to blow away dirt and debris. Air equipment is also commonly used for agricultural and residential projects to supply power to tools, but also for other tasks, like spray painting the siding of a home or barn, cleaning dirt and muck from vehicles, or even powering milking machines and water and septic pumps. Most air equipment is electric-powered, but some run on gasoline or oil.
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