1/2 inch pneumatic reversible air drill is used for drilling holes on metal products or sheets and wooden components. It has a three-jaw chuck that grasps the drill bits tightly. A forward and reverse switch on the pneumatic drill allows you to convert the direction of rotation.
||1/2 inch (13mm)
||1.5 - 13mm
||85 - 115 PSI (0.6 - 0.8 MPa)
|Air Inlet Size
||1/4 inch (6.35mm)
|No Load Speed
||195mm * 190mm
Tips: Difference between Air Drill and Electric Drill?
1. Power source
Reversible air drill is powered by compressed air, so it needs to connect an air compressor to work. Electric drill, just as its name implies, operates with electricity. Electric drills are divided corded electric drill and cordless electric drill.
Air drills and electric drills have the same usages that are mainly used for drill holes in different kinds of materials. But air drills commonly appear in the factories and repair shops. And the electric drills are more convenient to use in household.
The cold compressed air is used as the power source helping the air drill dissipate heat when it runs for a long time. That is the reason why the factories give preference to pneumatic drills for long time work. Another advantage of air drill is more safety than corded electric drill. You don’t need to worry about electric shock and leakage or other potential safety hazards. Therefore, it is as well as suitable for some flammable explosive and other special scene operation. Electric drills are easy to carry, which apply to various fields. If there is no wire, you can choose a cordless drill powered by batteries.