You can use compressed air drills especially in commercial use, for example in single-part or series production. They can drill with you into the most diverse materials. Here you will find the right tool for your challenge. Compressed-air driven drills are convincing due to their outstanding performance and long service life.
The deciding factor for determining the speed is the material to be drilled and the appropriate cutting speed. The softer the material to be drilled, the higher the cutting speed can be. We recommend lower speeds for alloyed and unalloyed steels. The design is determined by the working direction: Straight tools (DG) are ideal for vertical machining and pistol tools (DG...P) for horizontal applications. For particularly tight spaces, angle drills (DW) or flat head screwdrivers are recommended. As a rule, the drill chucks of the air drills are interchangeable, quick-action chucks and gear rim chucks are available, the angle drills are also available with collet chucks.
One specialist is the mobile cordless magnetic drill, which can be used with drill bits to drill holes even in places that are difficult to access, such as in power poles or for earthing work in track construction.