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Air Tools

If you are looking for reliable hardware products for your next DIY project, look no further than air tools. Air tools are also known as pneumatic tools and differ from other hand tools in that they do not require any electricity to operate. Air tools are connected to a cylinder of compressed gas, which is used to power it. The gas commonly used to power air tools is carbon dioxide and it sold in portable cylinders - making air tools extremely convenient for home use.

Air tools are also known to have more power than their electrical counterparts, which means that smaller tools are able to accomplish the same results as a bigger tool of a similar nature that is powered with electricity. Air tools also offer more torque which will allow you to finish your DIY projects in a shorter amount of time and with greater ease.

Of course the portability aspect of these hardware products means that one can quite comfortably use these tools in hard to reach areas, making them ideal for use in and around the home. You will also not have to worry about any power failures that may delay your DIY projects which can be a great benefit if you are in an area prone to power disruptions.

The majority of electrically powered hand tools there are available today are also available in pneumatic options, which means that one can easily purchase a drill, nail gun, spray painting gun, sander, jackhammer, sandblaster and more which are powered with compressed air.

Air tools are also relatively cheaper to maintain and operate than electrical hardware products, making them a cost effective alternative. They may, however initially cost a bit more than electrically powered hardware products but are well worth the investment when one considers all these benefits.