3 tools I couldn’t do without
Whether you’re a construction worker or a DIY enthusiast, you know that there are three key staples that make up a good toolbox. I take these three tools with me on every job ‘just in case’ because they’re perfect all-rounders. However, if you’re like me, you’ll want to ensure that the tools you buy are made to the highest quality and can handle any job – after all, there’s no room in our work for tools that snap after the first use! With all this in mind, let’s take a closer look at the 3 tools I couldn’t live without.
An air drill uses compressed air to generate rotation, making it ideal for tasks that require the drilling of holes. This means that they have a versatile range of applications, including industrial use as a jackhammer. They’re much more suitable than their electric drill alternatives as they’re smaller and allow you to drill holes where an electric drill simply couldn’t reach. However, they do range in size if a larger alternative is necessary. They’re also travel friendly as you can just pack them up and take them with you on jobs outside as they don’t require an electrical power source.
An air grinder is typically used when you need to be able to cut through sturdy materials such as concrete or steel. They deliver their power more tightly and are much more ergonomically friendly than electric drills. When you combine this with the fact that there’s hardly any risk of an electric shock – in safe conditions – there should be no doubt as to why they’re an essential part of your toolbox.
Piston air compressors
Piston air compressors have a wide variety of applications. For example, they can be used to fill up gas cylinders or even power spray guns. They’re well suited to tasks that require air in medium to low volumes, meaning that they’re a must-have tool in both your professional and home life. What’s more, piston air compressors come in a variety of formats, including electric, petrol and diesel, so you can select the model most suited to your needs. For use on DIY projects or construction sites, we recommend an electric piston air compressor as it’s more travel friendly. If you don’t already have one, view the selection of air compressors from Air Tools WA.
For more information on the tools mentioned above, feel free to contact our team at Air Tools WA today.