The pneumatic operation of a pistol grip needle scaler involves the use of compressed air to power the tool and drive the reciprocating motion of the needle or chisel assembly. Here's a step-by-step explanation of how the pneumatic operation works:
1. Air Supply:
The pistol grip needle scaler requires a source of compressed air to operate. The compressed air is generated by an air compressor, which pressurizes the surrounding air and stores it in a tank.
2. Air Hose Connection:
An air hose is connected to the pistol grip needle scaler. One end of the hose is attached to the air inlet on the tool, while the other end is connected to the air outlet of the air compressor.
3. Trigger or Throttle Lever:
The pistol grip needle scaler is equipped with a trigger or throttle lever on its handle. When the operator squeezes the trigger or actuates the throttle lever, it opens the air passage in the tool, allowing compressed air to flow into the tool's internal chamber.
4. Air Inlet Valve:
Inside the pistol grip needle scaler
, there is an air inlet valve that regulates the flow of compressed air from the air hose into the tool's mechanism. When the trigger or throttle lever is engaged, the air inlet valve opens, allowing compressed air to enter the tool.
5. Air Motor:
The compressed air from the air inlet valve drives an air motor within the pistol grip needle scaler. The air motor converts the pressure energy of the compressed air into mechanical energy, creating a reciprocating motion.
6. Reciprocating Motion:
The reciprocating motion generated by the air motor is transferred to the needle or chisel assembly. The assembly consists of a set of needles or chisels that rapidly move back and forth in a striking motion. The rapid reciprocating action allows the needles or chisels to impact the surface being worked on, effectively breaking and removing rust, paint, scale, and other contaminants.
After the compressed air has performed its work, it is expelled through an exhaust port in the tool. The exhaust air is directed away from the operator to prevent dust and debris from being blown into their face.
8. Release of Trigger or Throttle Lever:
When the operator releases the trigger or throttle lever, the air inlet valve closes, cutting off the flow of compressed air to the tool. The reciprocating motion of the needle or chisel assembly stops.
Pistol Grip Needle Scaler
- scaler and hammer, multifunctional, heavy duty
For cleaning and removing surface dust, weld slag, or paint. Adjustable bayonet-type needle housing lock allows adjustment without special tools. Precision heat-treated needles and chisels for maximum performance.