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Latest pneumatic screwdrivers are torque of the town

21-04-2010
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Pneumatic auto shut-off screwdrivers are the ideal tools where high levels of torque accuracy and repeatability are required.

They are also essential where constant use is likely to create operator fatigue due to a repeated torque reaction.

The clutch on these screwdrivers rapidly shuts off the air to the motor when the preset torque is reached. This gives ±3% in the torque accuracy, minimal transmitted reaction to the operator’s hand, much lower wear on screwdriver bits and internal parts, lower noise and vibration levels and reduced air consumption.

Industrial Air Tools has an impressive range of pneumatic screwdrivers – available as straight, pistol grip or angle head. Straight screwdrivers are preferable for vertical work, pistol grip for horizontal work and angle head for where access is restricted.

However, when working with torques above 6-7Nm, pistol grip models are preferred above straight as they offer superior hand reaction absorption.

Industrial Air Tools
Ph: 1800 62 72 82
www.iatps.com.au

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