Air Tools & Accessories

Learn more about buying an Air Tool.

Some things to consider before you buy an Air Tools:

What type of construction quality and design is the Air Tool?

As a rule of thumb, the fewer parts an Air Tool has the less vibration feedback it will provide.  This can be a big issue if you are using it all day long.  Weight of the tool is also something to consider when buying the larger Air Tools for the same reason above.  Lighter is better as long as it meets your requirements.  

What brand are you buying?

I am not going to tell you to buy the most expensive Air Tool on the market but you should consider the quality of the tool and the manufacture.  If you are going to buy a new Air Tool make sure that the company has been in business for a while (Are they American if it’s important to you) and that they have a warranty on their tools that is acceptable to you.  Remember that in the end the warranty is the manufactures responsibility and you want to make sure it works for you.

What size compressor do you own or plan to buy?

Air Tools have a CFM rating (Cubic Feet per Minute or Average Air Consumption) and a PSI rating (Pounds per Square Inch), you need make sure that your compressor can meet these ratings or you will not get the most out of your Air Impact Wrench.

What is the run time of the Air Tool?

We recommend that you consider what will be the average runtime of your tool.  If you are using the Air Tool as a professional were you will be using it every day you will probably want to pay for a heavy duty unit.  If you will be using it for your home garage with occasional usage you may be able to buy a less expensive unit. 

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