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3/8 inch air drill designed with straight / inline body, small and lightweight. High quality rotor and high density alloy cylinder give the pneumatic drill long time service. It has a three-jaw chuck that grasps the drill bits tightly.
Tips: What are PSI and CFM of Air Drill?
PSI, working pressure, an essential parameter for air tools. PSI represents pounds per square inch. Most air tools including air rivet guns, air screwdrivers, air impact wrenches, ratchet wrenches, air drills and so on require 90 PSI. It’s worth noting that you need to always follow the PSI rating. If the air compressor can’t provide enough air volume, the pneumatic drill will not operate normally. If it offers too much power, the air drill will be damaged. CFM stands for cubic feet per minute, which is the air flow or air volume that air compressor provides. Generally, most of air tools require 5 CFM, but you’d better follow the parameters of the products. About the air pressure, how long you using the air tool needs to be taken into account and how many tools are used on the compressor at one time. Running the air compressor depends on the tank, the more air pressure the tool needs, the larger the size of the tank required.