@jauhar123 | Posted 21 Aug. 2019
Pneumatics is a branch of mechanics that contracts with the mechanical properties of gases. It works with the subject of pressurized gas that produces mechanical motion, and the application of such gases to create movement. Systems based on pneumatics are located in factories that deal with compressed air and inert gases. Energy generated by Pneumatic Push in Fittings can be more flexible, less costly, more reliable and less risky than some actuators and electric motors.
But its not just in the fabrication plant that comes across pneumatics. A shocking amount of everyday objects use pneumatics to get their jobs done. Most jackhammers must be connected to an external air compressor via a pneumatic fitting, for example. Many bigger trucks and buses have pneumatic brakes. But what about this pneumatic in your daily life?
Tire pressure gauges
Some nail guns
The tool that slows your screen door down so it does not slam shut when you let go of it
Some car’s shocks
The handicapped-access button that opens door for you
Those capsules you use to give and get money from the farther-away of the two bank teller drive-ups