This page shows you the part numbers of our pneumatic tools.
If you have arrived at this page and you are confused, here
are some pages you can explore that should help explain our process and
products: Metal Stitching, Products.
If you still have questions, you can always pick up the phone and call
800-736-8261 or 209-632-2345 or send us an email.
(If you are from outside the US, please contact us. We
ship direct to the US but have stocking distributors in other countries.)
We tested these Sioux® tools for quality, durability and
performance. We like them enough to use them ourselves in our service
shop. Because of our daily experience using them for thousands of repairs
we have confidence in recommending them to you.
3/8" Reversing Air
2200 rpm, 3/8" chuck, 10 CFM, 5.9 inches long
1/2" Reversing Air Drill
800 rpm, 1/2" chuck, 10 CFM,
7.3 inches long
3/8" Super Duty Impact Tool
built-in power regulator, bottom
handle diffuse exhaust, steel front housing, 3-position torque control in
Short Air Hammer
spring retainer, accepts 0.401" shanks, hardened steel barrel and
piston, adjustable power control
1/4" Medium Duty Die
lever lock throttle, rear exhaust, built-in speed regulator, 22,000 rpm,
In-Line Mini Needle Scaler
in-line heavy duty steel housing, twelve 0.120" needles, hardened
steel piston and barrel, compact size, perfect for peening on thin sections,
texturizes repairs for an invisible finish
Pneumatic Tapping Tool
This is a very important
tool for you to have in your bag of tricks. We've tried them all and this
one remains by far the best tool for the job. This is a high quality,
industrial grade tool. With a little practice, you will break fewer taps
and actually enjoy fixing cracks. Power tapping is at least five times
faster than hand tapping. And, if that isn't enough, power tapping creates
better threaded holes because it avoids the side pressure that is common to hand
tapping. Need more convincing? How about the fact that you will be
more consistent and productive. That translates into more
profitable. No matter where you buy this tool, as a crack repair craftsman
you need it. And then read our Tapping Tips.
You won't regret it.