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Re: Pneumatic Hammers for Rivetting and Caulking
John are windy tools and pneumatic hammers both powered by compressed air. Maybe the pressures are different.
In the 70ís when down in the workshops they were both drilling and using chipping hammers/ guns in various areas, all off the same compressor lines ( or so I thought) but they could have been staged one compressor working up to one pressure then another to take it up to a higher pressure.
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