Best deburring, engraving crafts, metal rust removal pneumatic tool pneumatic file. Stroke 0.03 inch, 29mm*205mm small body, 5*8 mm air hose, 6cfm air consumption, 1/4 inch (6.35mm) air inlet. Uses high wear-resistant steel material, porous exhaust, low noise, not easy to block.
||0.03" / 0.7mm
|Strokes per minute
|No load speed
|File piece diameter
|Air inlet size
||1/4 inch (6.35mm)
|Average air consumption
|Air hose size
|Air hose length
1*1300mm air hose
Installing of file
- Loosen the screw with an Allen wrench.
- Put the file in the chuck and tighten it.
Using tips of air file
The air file is suitable for the grinding and polishing of products in the hardware, plastics, electronics, resin, die-casting, furniture, circuit boards and other industries. It has the characteristics of strong force, comfortable hand feeling, and convenient operation. It is also suitable for aluminum alloy, zinc alloy and other metal die-casting and stamping industries. It is also the best tool for flat surface grinding and polishing of panel furniture and solid wood furniture.
Note when using:
- The air file must be used with a file handle to avoid hurting the wrist. The loose file handle should be tightened before use.
- Do not blow the filing debris with your mouth, and do not remove the filing debris by hand. When the file is blocked, use a wire brush to brush away the filing debris in the direction of the file pattern.
- For the crust, sticky sand on the castings and the flash and burrs on the forgings, first use a grinding wheel to remove them, and then use a pneumatic file.
- When using an air file, do not touch the filed surface with your hands, because if your hands are stained with oil, it’s easy to slip when operating the air file again.
- The file can not be used as a crowbar or knocking the workpiece to prevent the file from breaking and hurting people.
- When placing the pneumatic file, do not expose it to the work surface to prevent the file from falling and hurting your feet. It is also not allowed to stack files on top of each other or stack files and measuring tools on top of each other.
As a commonly used air tool, air files are being widely used. It is necessary that all operators strictly follow the instructions to ensure the safe and normal work of the air file.