Lubricate the Air Fitting
Squeeze 4-5 drops of pneumatic (Airomatic) tool oil into the air fitting daily. If the tool is used all day, repeat the process halfway through the day. If the tool is not used very often, just oil it when the tool is used.
Don Wambach professional mechanic for over 45 years. Airomatic Tool Oil designed to enhance the life of pneumatic tools and their technicians.
proper-care-and-feeding-of-pneumatic-tools credit Aviation Pros
The Importance of Oiling
It may seem like a no-brainer, but pneumatic tools require regular oiling and lubrication. Without this degree of care, the parts inside will start to grind against each other. Eventually, the tool will erode itself into uselessness.
Amazingly, “we’ve seen many tools at our repair center that have never been oiled: Never,” says Johnson. “This actually happens, even though almost all the air tools we sell say ‘oil daily’ right on the housing. All technicians know the need for grease and oil in automotive applications, yet a few of them don’t see the need in their air tools!”
“For all air tools, a lack of grease and oil probably accounts for most damage,” says HECAT’s Matis. “ The only other factor that consistently causes damage is water in the air line.”
For me, it's the first place I put my thoughts to.
In business; how will our product serve
In life; how will I communicate love
Both are a beginning cycle from an end-expression that measures the influences coming in and out of our life.
I began this blog because I want to share with our "Out on Limb" customers the beauty of hosting two flocks of birds in our yard.
Yellow Finches and Evening Grosbeaks.
Goldfinches happily using our Pulley System to perch around the feeder.
It reiterates that our products are used, admired, and functioning in our own home.
That is my lens today.
Got to run to the bird feed store and pick up more seeds. Hungry little buggers!
What is a jot? What is a tittle?
Credit: Got Questions.org
Question: "What is a jot? What is a tittle? What does it mean that neither a jot nor a tittle will disappear from God’s Law?"
Answer: In Matthew 5:17, Jesus assures His audience on the mount that He had not come to abolish the Law and the Prophets; rather, He had come to fulfill them. Then, in verse 18, Jesus emphasizes the eternal nature of God’s Word: “For verily I say unto you, Till heaven and earth pass, one jot or one tittle shall in no wise pass from the law, till all be fulfilled” (KJV). His statement naturally prompts the question of what’s a jot? And what’s a tittle?
Most of us are unfamiliar with jots and tittles because most of us do not read the Hebrew language. Jots and tittles have to do with letters and pen strokes in Hebrew writing.
A jot is the tenth letter in the Hebrew alphabet and the smallest. It was written above the line and looks to us rather like an apostrophe:
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