Durable aluminum housing.
High torque removes tight screws easily
Air regulator for positive speed control
1/4 inch Air Impact Screwdriver MZ1062
6.Capacity of Tearing:1/4"
How To USe:
A screwdriver is a tool, manual or powered, for turning (driving or
removing) screws. A typical simple screwdriver has a handle and a shaft, and a tip
that the user inserts into the screw head to turn it. The shaft is
usually made of tough steel to resist bending or twisting.
With proper care and maintenance an air drill can last a lifetime.
Continue reading to find out how to maintain your air drill.
Keep it Clean
One of the easiest ways to keep your air drill in tip top condition
for many years is to keep it clean of dirt, grease and grime.
Simple measures such as using a hose reel and not dragging the air
hose will help keep grease and grime out of your valuable tool.
Dirt and grime inside the motor of an air drill is one of the
biggest causes of tool failure.
Prevent Water Contamination
Water contamination is also a big problem with all types of air
tools. Investing a couple of dollars in a water filter for your air
hose will help keep condensation out of the drill and protect it
from rust and water contamination. You should also make sure that
you drain the moisture collection tank on your air compressor every
time you use it to help prevent moisture in the air tool as well.
Use an in-line lubricator to help keep your expensive air drill
properly lubricated. Poor lubrication is one of the biggest reasons
that people have to replace expensive air tools. Also, make sure to
keep grease fittings on your air tool drill properly lubricated.
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