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More than 15 years of production capacity and experience in export products

Our company has more than 15 years of OEM production and export experience. Our main products are Aluminum Cam Tool Box, Caulking gun, Water Pump, Fule Pump, Instrument and Device for Vehicle Maintenance and Repair and Hardware Tools.We have excellent staff, advanced technical support, well equipment and the managerial staff with rich management experience also has the spirit of craftsman. Strict management of enterprises is the rationale for company continues to grow, products to win user dependence. “Safety, reliable, professional” are our spirit and aim of production and service.
For more than 15 years, the factory do the OEM production for North America and Europe famous brands customers. As China Air Drill manufacturers and OEM Air Drill factory, Our products and services by the vast number of customer recognition and praise. We have our own factory and also we have strong purchasing capability.Our company has the ability for customers from all over the world, We also Set production, sales, research and development, trade, quality control services. We are small company,we do a good job of the Secretary for products,at the same time the quality of service is the way to survive forever.
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What is air drill?

An air drill, also known as a pneumatic drill, is a type of power tool that is powered by compressed air. It is used to drill holes in a variety of materials, such as metal, wood, and plastic. Air drills are commonly used in automotive, manufacturing, construction, and other industrial settings.

Air drills typically have a pistol-grip design, with a trigger that controls the speed of the drill. The drill bit is attached to the chuck of the tool and is rotated by a pneumatic motor powered by compressed air. Air drills are generally lighter and more compact than their electric counterparts, making them a popular choice for tasks that require mobility or where access to an electrical outlet is limited.

Air drills come in a variety of sizes and power ratings, allowing them to be used for a wide range of drilling tasks. Some air drills may also come with additional features, such as reversible motors, variable speed controls, and keyless chucks.

Overall, air drills are a versatile and useful tool for drilling holes in a variety of materials, particularly in industrial and commercial settings where mobility and access to compressed air are available.

How to care and maintain air drill?

Caring and maintaining an air drill is essential to ensure its optimal performance and prolong its lifespan. Here are some steps to help you care and maintain your air drill:

Lubricate the air drill regularly: Air drills require lubrication to reduce friction and heat buildup. You can apply a few drops of air tool oil into the air inlet of the drill after every use. Be sure to use a high-quality air tool oil that is specifically designed for use with air-powered tools.

Keep the air drill clean: After each use, wipe down the air drill with a clean cloth to remove any debris, dust, or metal shavings. If the air drill becomes heavily soiled, use a mild soap and water solution to clean it.

Check and replace the air filter: The air filter in your air compressor helps prevent debris and contaminants from entering the air drill. Check the air filter regularly and replace it if it becomes clogged or dirty.

Inspect the air hose: Check the air hose for any signs of damage or wear, such as cracks or leaks. If you find any damage, replace the air hose before using the air drill again.

Store the air drill properly: When not in use, store the air drill in a dry, clean place. Use a storage case or a rack to keep the air drill off the ground and protected from moisture and dust.

By following these steps, you can help ensure your air drill performs at its best and lasts for years to come.