What Does Pneumatic Mean?


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Pneumatics comes from the Greek word πνευματικός pneumatikos, which means 'coming from the wind'. It is basically the use of under pressure gas that helps to do some kind of work in science and technology. In terms of dentistry it is referred to as the drill that is much lighter and smoother and also convenient than the electric drill. The tubes, which are Pneumatics tubes help to carry objects or any kind of material over distances.

Some of the examples of pneumatic tools are Pneumatic drill (jackhammer) used by road workers, Pneumatic switches, Pneumatic actuators, Air compressors, Vacuum pumps, Barostat systems used in Neurogastroenterology and for researching electricity, Cable Jetting, Pneumatic mail systems and Air brakes on buses, trains and trucks.

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