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Choosing Your Air Tool
Of the options available you can choose an air tool screwdriver to deal with a tasks ranging from relatively small to large screws.
Questions to ask:
1. What size of screw am I working with? The indication of the screw capacity lies in the name of the pneumatic screwdriver.
2. How tight must the screw sit?
3. What material and I using? For softer materials, e.g. metal screws into wood you’ll need less power than for harder materials, e.g. metal into metal.
4. How much power do you need? Are you fitting a screw to a prepared hole or into solid material? With the exception of the HIT 720 3/8” min ratchet screw driver, the great advantage of all the HIT air tool screwdrivers is that the amount of pressure can be controlled by the operator – the more hand pressure, the more power.
5. Do you want something that can also double as a ratchet wrench? If so the HIT 720 3/8” MINI RATCHET SCREWDRIVER is the tool of choice.
Screwdriver versus nailer:
Screwdrivers are preferable under two conditions:
• Pre-drilling prep of a hole is required and has been done.
• The material is too hard for a nail to penetrate it directly.
Screwdriver Task Requirements
Object Size Grip Precision Power
HIT 2-861T 4MM Small Straight High Variable
HIT 2-862T 6MM Small Pistol High Variable
HIT 2-863T 8MM Small – Medium Pistol High Variable
HIT 6PBN 6 MM Medium Pistol High Variable
HIT 720 3/8” MINI RATCHET Large Angle Medium Fixed
Key Purpose of Air Tool Screwdrivers
The purpose of pneumatic Screwdrivers is to fasten and loosen screws of various types without stripping the screw or the fitting.
Key Product Advantages and Benefits of Pneumatic Screwdrivers
• Extremely well suited to work ranging from small precision work to large machine fitting.
• Optimal work performance.
• Variable power execution.
• Greater ease of control over power – hand pressure directly in portion to power exercised.
• Pistol grips for larger screwdrivers enables control through operator grip where needed.
• Less wastage of materials – fewer screws and fittings stripped.
• Quality of fitting – screws tightly fitted, looseness can be eliminated.
• Ergonomic design for best possible human performance on the job.
• Different options enable selection of the best tool for the right task.
• Compact size makes enables precision work.
• Increased productivity.
• Increased aesthetic quality of finished products.
• Quicker work performance .
• Virtually eliminate damage to your work in progress.
• Easy to service.
• Quick to repair.
Best Practice and Benchmark Applications
• Mechanical assembly
• Mechanical repair work.
• Furniture assembly
• Cabinet making
• Building operations: wood and metal fittings
• Different grips to enable optimal performance on different types of tasks
• Variable fittings can be taken for different tasks
• Easy operation
• Ergonomic design