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    Air File, 0.03" Stroke, 30000bpm

    Wholesale price air file. 0.03 inch stroke length, 30000rpm no load speed, 90 psi working pressure, 3mm*70mm file piece size, 1/4 inch (6.35mm) air inlet. The grinding speed is controlled by adjusting the airflow. The pneumatic file is equipped with PU double-layer mesh muffler hose to withstand pressure and reduce noise.
    SKU: T-KP-756
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    Buy competitive price 30000bpm pneumatic file. Stroke length is 0.7mm, average air consumption is 5cfm, air hose size is 5mm*1200mm. A great pneumatic tool that will be perfect for your cutting needs in metal rust removal, wood polishing, stone polishing, etc.

    Specification

    Model T-KP-756
    Stroke length 0.03" / 0.7mm
    Strokes per minute 30000bpm
    No load speed 30000rpm
    Working pressure 90 psi
    File piece diameter 3mm
    File piece length 70mm
    Air inlet size 1/4 inch (6.35mm)
    Average air consumption 5cfm
    Air hose size 5mm
    Air hose length 1200mm
    Tool length 210mm
    Net weight 0.22kg
    Package weight 0.5kg
    Package included

    1*Air file

    1*File

    2*Chucks

    1*Allen wrench

    1*1200mm air hose

    Details

    30000 bpm air file details

    details of 30000 bpm air file

    Tips: Air file troubleshooting

    1. Diaphragm. For membrane pneumatic actuators, the diaphragm is the most important element. In the normal condition of the air supply system, if the actuator does not work, check whether the diaphragm is broken or not installed properly. When the surface of the metal contact surface has sharp corners, burrs and other defects, the diaphragm will be pierced, but the diaphragm must not leak. In addition, the use of the diaphragm is too long and the material aging will also affect the use.
    2. Pistons. The pistons of pneumatic and hydraulic actuators generate driving force, so the damage and wear of the pistons are absolutely not allowed.
    3. Air (liquid) hose. This is the path through which the input pressure leads to the actuator. Therefore, it is necessary to check whether the air pipe (liquid) is connected firmly to ensure that there is no air leakage.
    4. Push rod. Check whether the push rod is bent, deformed, or dropped off. The push rod and the valve rod must be firmly connected, and the position must be adjusted to ensure sufficient travel.
    5. Spring. Check whether the spring is broken. Improper manufacturing, processing, and heat treatment will cause the spring to break. Some springs may also break under excessive load.
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