|Item Weight||1.6 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||4 x 3 x 1.1 inches|
|Item model number||41-101|
|Manufacturer Part Number||41-101|
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Tru-Flate 41-101 In-Line Tool Oiler
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- Compact oiler that fastens directly to the air tool
- Precisely meters proper amount of oil to the tool only when the tool is in use
- Use on all air impact guns, air wrenches, body shop air tools and pneumatic hammers requiring 1/4 inch air lines
- Never use motor oil in pneumatic tool
- Prevents burn out of expensive pneumatic tools stops; rust and increases torque up to 25 percent
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A compact oiler that fastens directly to the air tool. Precisely meters proper amount of oil to the tool only when the tool is in use. No adjustments necessary. 1/4 inch male NPT outlet, 1/4 inch female NPT inlet. Use on all air impact guns, air wrenches, body shop air tools and pneumatic hammers requiring 1/4 inch air lines. Note: Never use motor oil in pneumatic tool. Prevents "burn-out" of expensive pneumatic tools, stops rust and increases torque up to 25 percent.
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Plews/Edelmann Inline Tool Oiler 41101
Top Customer Reviews
The oilers are trouble free, automatic and constantly protect the tool from wear - and it is not necesary to remember to hand inject oil into the tools several times each day; it's done automatically. The oiler is made of clear material so that it's obvious when to add the pneumatic oil.
We've never had a pheumatic tool breakdown when the tool has always been operated with an automatic oiler. Just be certain to use pheumatic oil and not a substitute.
Its very hard to fill it with oil without spilling it all over. I opened the jar up a bit like they say to and tried to put the oil in, but always wind up spilling.
Its way easier for me to just add a couple drops to the tool inlet at the start and end of each tool use as I connect it. Its less work than dealing with this.
It has a rather crude mechanism within it to control the dispensing of oil that relies on compressing a little o-ring with a set screw and metal disk.
Is it too much oil? Too little? Does it change over time? Do you want to trust a $400 impact to this device or know for sure its been oiled by adding a few drops
I wish I hadnt bought it.
Thats my experience with it FWIW. I dont recommend this at all.
The concept is great I'll add, I DON'T want my hoses covered with oil inside as a post regulator oiler will do, as I use them where oil would be a problem, woodwork, etc. With one of these(not this one!) at the end JUST the tool gets oiled.
Then again just directly adding a few drops to my tools per each use always worked just fine, haven't had a single tool die yet, though I'm not a daily user/full time garage.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
It was good at first but then after one use it started to leak oil out whould not buy againPublished 2 months ago by kevin b galvan
Am still working on it trying to make it work right, have spent about an hour and a half tinkering with it. Seems the adjustment on the lubrication port is very sensitive. Read morePublished 2 months ago by wife12178
Leaks if not properly tightened, avoid over tightening, hard to fill...Published 5 months ago by Jim Buechler
May be a little messy to fill but if you take your time it is fine. Other than that, it works great!Published 8 months ago by Insert Name