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Air Tools for Sale (47)

United Rentals is your trusted source for top-quality air tools for sale. With our extensive range of air tools, you can tackle any task with confidence and precision. From drilling and grinding to sanding and nailing, our tools are engineered for maximum performance and durability.

For our full list of air tools, view the items below. For more information about air tools, visit our resource section.


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FAQs About Air Tools

Look no further than United Rentals’ lineup of used air tools for sale to find the pneumatic tool you need to get the job done. Whether you’re looking for an air grinder, concrete scabbler or air impact wrench for sale, our team of experts is here to connect you to the right air tools for your specific project. Air tools are designed to conserve energy without reducing power, so you can keep energy costs down at your jobsite and run several tools simultaneously from one air compressor. Fill out this form for more information about used air tools and additional inventory.

Learn more about our air tools in our FAQ section below.

What is an air grinder?

Air grinders are tools that can be used for welding preparation and smoothing, deburring, cutting, grinding, polishing and more. Use an air-powered grinder on a variety of tough surfaces like cast iron, stone and brick.

When should I avoid using an impact wrench?

Impact wrenches are useful in many circumstances, but there are a couple of prime examples of when not to use an impact wrench. For instance, using an impact wrench to tighten a bolt that is cross-threaded could further damage the threads. Also, avoid using an impact wrench with ordinary sockets or applications that have lower torque ratings than your impact wrench. Air tools come with unique — and avoidable — safety hazards. Read our Project Uptime article, Common Hazards of Pneumatic Tools and How to Avoid Them to learn how to keep your team safe.

How does an impact wrench work?

Pneumatic impact wrenches use an air-powered motor to apply powerful rotational force — also known as torque — to the desired nut or bolt. Use an air impact wrench to tighten and loosen bolts, lug nuts and more.