Pneumatic tools are one of a kind. Who would have imagined anyone using free air to operate, for example, a vacuum cleaners, air impact guns or even vacuum generators?
Although, pneumatic tools are mostly used in industrial manufacturing, they can sometimes be found in our everyday used things, for example, in car suspension, refrigerator compressors and in many more mechanical products.
Pneumatic tools are powered by compressed air. This compressed air can be turned into linear or axial motion which in return acts as an motor to drive our necessary tools.
Not always pneumatic tools turn air into motion as they can also generate vacuum using Venturi effect.