An electric tool is mainly a tool that uses compressed air to drive a pneumatic motor to output kinetic energy to the outside. Since power tools are generally used as portable tools and require small and light weight, they are more convenient to use and more powerful through rationalization of structure and shape, high-precision processing, strict material selection, and strict heat treatment.
Do not exceed the relatively large operating pressure when using power tools. Often the tools are operated in an environment that exceeds the operating pressure, which will greatly reduce the service life of the tool itself. When replacing the tool accessories, remove the tool from the air source first, and wear goggles, earplugs, and masks as much as possible during operation to maintain your own safety. When the power tool is connected to a high-pressure air source, do not press the trigger when not in use. In addition, loose parts can cause serious danger. When replacing worn parts, please use special parts.
Before using the tool, check whether the air pressure pipe is fragile or damaged. If the above situation is found, it must be updated immediately to maintain safety. Pneumatic tools can work in various bad or harsh environments, and proper lubrication can increase the service life of the tools.
Compressed air filtering and regulating devices must be installed between the compressed air transported by the pipeline and the pneumatic tools. After a period of use, it must be maintained and cleaned and replaced regularly. The tools need to be lubricated before and after use, and the air motor part needs to be lubricated every day, but not too many times.