Air Tool Oil

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Air Tool Oil

Air tool oil is a type of lubricant used to reduce friction and wear in air tools. It is typically made from a mineral oil base with additives such as viscosity modifiers, anti-wear agents, and corrosion inhibitors. Air tool oil is available in a variety of viscosities, so it can be used in a variety of applications.

Benefits of using air tool oil

  • Reduces friction and wear
  • Protects against corrosion
  • Improves performance
  • Prolongs the life of air tools

Types of air tool oil

  • Mineral oil-based air tool oil is the most common type of air tool oil. It is made from a base of mineral oil and additives.
  • Synthetic air tool oil is made from a synthetic base oil and additives. It is more expensive than mineral oil-based air tool oil, but it offers better performance in high-temperature applications.
  • Blended air tool oil is a combination of mineral oil and synthetic oil. It offers the best of both worlds in terms of performance and price.

How to use air tool oil

  • Add air tool oil to the air tool according to the manufacturer's instructions.
  • Replace the air tool oil regularly, as recommended by the manufacturer.
  • Do not overfill the air tool with oil.
  • Wipe up any spilled oil immediately.

Air tool oil safety

Air tool oil is a flammable liquid. It should be stored in a cool, dry place away from heat and open flames. Air tool oil should be disposed of according to local regulations.

Air tool oil FAQ

  • What is the difference between air tool oil and compressor oil? Air tool oil is a type of lubricant used to reduce friction and wear in air tools. Compressor oil is a type of lubricant used to lubricate the compressor motor and other moving parts of the compressor.
  • Can I use motor oil in my air tools? No, you should not use motor oil in your air tools. Motor oil is not designed for use in air tools and can damage the air tools.
  • How often should I change the air tool oil? The frequency with which you should change the air tool oil depends on the type of air tool and the operating conditions. Generally, you should change the air tool oil every 500 hours of operation or once a year, whichever comes first.


Air tool oil is an important part of maintaining your air tools. By using the right type of air tool oil and following the manufacturer's instructions, you can help to extend the life of your air tools and keep them running smoothly.

Types of air tools

  • Pneumatic wrenches
  • Impact wrenches
  • Air drills
  • Sander
  • Air ratchets
  • Air hammers

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