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We have 6 different impact clutches. And we offer a large selection of impact wrenches.1. KUKEN Original N-TYPE Clutch (patented)
Lightest weight, lowest vibration level, and long lasting clutch
2. Pinless Hammer Clutch
Developed from Single Hammer Clutch, Light weight and high durability.
3. Twin Hammer Clutch
Light weight and high power
4. Pin Clutch
Light weight and high power clutch for extra-large impact wrenches
5. Rocking Dog Clutch
Well balanced and very simple clutch
6. Double Hammer Clutch
For small and medium size impact wrenches. Suitable for soft joint applications
- Stable impact…Improved irregular impact which conventional tool has.
- Compact & light weight…Much compact size compare with conventional tool and less air consumption too.
- Stable lubrication function…Grease doesn’t fly off from important part
- Better durability…No jumping action of part like conventional wrench. Torque power doesn’t deteriorate for a long period.
- U-bolt setting work for medium/large truck.
- Tyre setting work of heavy truck or bus.
- Assembly/disassembly work of construction machinery.
There are many advantages of using air tools, also know as pneumatic tools, in manufacturing environments. Let’s take a look at a few of the reasons as to why air powered tools are so popular.
Cost. They have less moving parts. Less parts means lower cost. You can also normally buy a more powerful air tool, than you can an electric tool, for the same price. And with fewer moving parts, they will normally last longer. This longer life saves money on replacement costs.
Durable. Air tools are normally made from steel and aluminum, as opposed to plastic for many electric tools. Given their industrial environment, they are actually designed to be very rugged. They also have very few moving parts to wear out. Using real metal, and having fewer parts, results in lower repair costs. Many times when one fails, it just needs a few new parts that cost practically nothing to buy, and any maintenance employee can install.
Power. They have an adjustable power range. Compare a single speed drill to an air powered drill. The single speed electric drill is either on, or off. Most pneumatic drills are variable speed, but even a single speed air powered drill, can be throttled by simply adjusting the air valve to slightly restrict the air-flow.
And while a 3 to 6 HP electric tool would require 240 volts, a 3 to 6 HP air motor could be powered by a compressor using 120 volts AC. This savings alone make it worthwhile to use pneumatics in an industrial setting.
Easier on Operators. Air tools are significantly lighter than their electric cousins are. Electric motors have steel shafts with iron fields and copper winding. All of the weight of these items adds up quickly.
Simplicity. They have a steel shaft attached to a disc on one end. The other end of the shaft is attached to your drill chuck, or whatever. This disc has slots cut around it’s perimeter. These slots hold movable veins. These veins have springs behind them to keep them tight against the walls of the chamber surrounding the disc. The air enters the chamber and pushes on one of the veins. This rotates the disc, and the shaft, so that the next vein is then pressed on. This happens again, and again, at a very fast rate. This is how a basic air motor works.
Easier to Use. Pneumatic tools can easily be used in areas where there is no electricity. Through the use of a portable air compressor air tools can be used anywhere. While it is possible to use electric tools with a generator, it would be cost prohibitive to run any large tools using a generator due to the extreme power demands. For example for approximately $400 you can buy a portable compressor that will run a 3 HP air tool. That same $300 would not even touch the generator needed to run a 3 HP electric tool. That same air compressor would run several tools, while even a more expensive generator would be seriously limited as to how many electric tools it will run. This is a great advantage in rural environments, and large construction areas.
Safety. You can safely use pneumatic tools in a damp environment. Imagine for some reason that you were in a flooded basement, trying to drill out a frozen drain. You would be hard-pressed to find anyone dumb enough to climb into a flooded basement carrying a hot electrical cord.
Do your own research. You will see that air tools cost less to buy, you can use them in damp environments, they last a very long time, and even if they do break down, they are very easy to rebuild. There are good reasons why they are used in manufacturing plants around the world.
Air Duster VESSEL
Large enough holder for easy hanging
●For finger throttle lever for less fatigue. And easy grip and non-slip with ergonomic handle for efficient operation.
●Lightweight body made of polyacetal resin. Excellent oil, wear, shock and heat resistance.
●Air curtain shuts out the spreading of oil, moisture and cutting dust.
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・Nozzle Shape：Chip Shield Long Nozzle
・Nozzle Inner Dia.：2.8mm
※Nozzle cannot be changed during use so as to prevent unexpected detaching. Nozzles not sold separately.