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    3/8" Right Angle Air Drill, 1500rpm

    Best 3/8 inch right angle reversible air drill at economical price, no load high speed 1500rpm, chuck capacity 1.5 – 10mm, air inlet 1/4 in. working pressure 0.6 – 0.8MPa, powered by compressed air, 90 degree pneumatic drill perfect for drilling holes in metal products and wooden components.
    SKU: T-AAD-1500A
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    3/8 inch central pneumatic air drill is used for drilling holes on metal products or sheets and wooden components. Designed for right angle / 90 degree body, the best pneumatic drill helps you work easily in various narrow places. It has a three-jaw chuck that grasps the drill bits tightly. A forward and reverse switch on the 90 degree air drill allows you to convert the direction of rotation, which is convenient to operate and high work efficiency.

    Specification

    Model T-AAD-1500A
    Color Silver
    Chuck Size 3/8 inch (10mm)
    Chuck Capacity 1.5 - 10mm
    Working Pressure 85 - 115 PSI (0.6 - 0.8 MPa)
    Air Inlet Size 1/4 inch (6.35mm)
    Hose Size 6.5mm
    Air Consumption 5 CFM
    No Load Speed 1500rpm
    Power Source Air Powered
    Body Dimension 210mm * 90mm
    Weight 1.22kg

    Details

    3/8 inch Right Angle Air Drill 1500rpm Details

    Tips: What is an 3/8" Right Angle Air Drill?

    Right anlge air drills, as known as 90 degree air drills, are a type of impact equipment that powered by compressed air. The 90 degree pneumatic drills are commonly used to drill small holes in hard rock, metal products, wood and other items. Through an air hose of the drill connecting with an air compressor that usually runs on a diesel engine, the compressed air will be delivered to the pneumatic drill. The air hose is designed for helping the air drill intake the air. There are many advantages for using air drills. Air drills are lighter than electric drills. And pneumatic drills can as well as increased productivity. In addition, they cost less and offer more of ergonomic designs.

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