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Right Angle Air Drill, General Duty, Right Angle Style, 3/8 In. Chuck Size, Free Speed 1800 rpm, 1/3 HP, Keyed Drill Chuck Type, 4.0 Average CFM @ 15 Second Run Time, 17.0 CFM @ Full Load, Required Pressure 90 psi, Air Inlet 1/4 In. NPT, Min. Hose Size 3/8 In., Aluminum Handle Material, Yes Variable Speed, Lever Throttle Type, Reversing Yes, Overall Length 8-1/8 In., Right Angle Length 3 In., Tool Weight 2.42 lb.
 
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PostedJuly 4, 2013
You don't want to skimp when it comes to purchasing a tool that you will have in your box for years to come. I feel this tool to be affordable as well as delivering superior quality. The name precedes itself. Ingersoll- Rand is a reputable tool company.
Very compact for a 3/8 pneumatic. Easy to reverse directions. Variable speed function is an absolute must. Small size allows use in very tight positions.
Product FeaturesEasy to use, Great value for money, High Quality, Durable/Performs well
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I have a speed air compressor and dont know how old it is

Looking for a part number CW208102AV, it is power and pressure switch, and made by Furnas Electric Company. Want to know if you have something compatible.
I have purchased numerous pressure switches for compressor application from Grainger. I you are unable to find what you need a local plumbing supply might be able to provide you with a switch intended for use on a water well system. Check to see maximum allowable settings are what are needed for your application. Pneumatic attachment size (i.e. 1/4" vs 3/8" ) is not important. Switch may be adapted by use of brass or iron bushings or reducing couplings and mounted any where in the system. Good luck
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