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    Right Angle Air Drill, 2000 rpm

    The provided 2000 rpm right angle air drill is powered by compressed air. Low price 90 degree air drill is especially suitable for automotive, aviation, construction and other industries that usually work in tight spaces or awkward angles.
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    Delivery date: 6-12 days

    Industrial pneumatic right angle drill is availbale with 2000 rpm speed, 10mm chuck pressure, and 6~8 kg intake pressure, usually used in construction, woodworking, automotive and assembly applications.


    • Model: ATO-3314L
    • Chuck Pressure: 10mm
    • Intake Pressure: 6~8kg
    • No Match Speed: 2000rpm
    • Air Consumption: 15cfm
    • Intake Pipe Diameter: 8mm
    • Weight: 1kg


    • Portable pneumatic drill is equipped with a high-performance internal core gear set, which rotates faster and the drilling is not easy to be blocked.
    • CNC heat treatment processing, wear-resistant and durable, air drill can easily replace various types of drill bits, easy to clamp and not fall off.
    • The air drill adopts high-quality cylinder components, which are wear-resistant and high-strength, with strong explosive force and more powerful drilling.


    Pneumatic drill dimension


    ATO pneumatic drill is a versatile power tool that utilizes compressed air to perform a range of tasks. Their high-speed performance, power, and efficiency make them popular in construction, manufacturing, automotive, woodworking, and other industries where precise and efficient drilling and fastening are required.

    Pneumatic drill applications

    Tips: Pneumatic Drill vs. Hammer Drill

    • Power Source: Pneumatic drills are powered by compressed air, while hammer drills are typically electric-powered. Pneumatic drills require an air compressor and an air hose for operation, whereas hammer drills can be plugged into a power outlet.
    • Drilling Action: Pneumatic drills primarily rotate the drill bit to create holes in materials. They do not provide a hammering or pounding action. In contrast, hammer drills combine rotation with a back-and-forth hammering motion, allowing them to drill into hard materials like concrete or masonry more effectively. This hammering action helps break up the material as the bit rotates, resulting in faster drilling progress.
    • Application: Pneumatic drills are versatile and widely used for drilling holes in various materials such as wood, metal, and plastic. They are commonly found in industrial settings and construction projects. Hammer drills, on the other hand, are specifically designed for drilling into tough materials like concrete, brick, or stone. They are often utilized in construction, renovation, and DIY projects that involve working with masonry.
    • Speed and Power: Pneumatic drills tend to be high-speed and powerful, offering rapid drilling in various materials. Hammer drills, while also capable of high speeds, are specifically optimized for providing the necessary power and impact to penetrate hard surfaces like concrete. The hammering action of a hammer drill makes it more effective for drilling into challenging materials.
    • Convenience and Mobility: Hammer drills, being electric-powered, offer greater mobility and convenience compared to pneumatic drills. They do not require a separate air compressor setup, allowing for greater portability and ease of use.
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