Safety Precautions: Compressed air and gases are dangerous. The nozzel should never be opened and pressed against the skin, this could inject air into your body and cause severe injury or death. Caution should be used in regaurds to the direction the nozzel is pointed and to the resulting hazardous airborn particulates (HAPS).
Usage: Air nozzels are used to blow loose contaminates from working surfaces. Air pressures can be ajusted at the regulator on the wall or by installing a cheater valve on the inlet side of the nozzle.
Safety Precautions: Caution should be used when inflating tires, do not exceed the manufacurers P.S.I. limits.
Usage: Some air chucks have a built in gauge to monitor tire pressure as it is inflated. Inflate the tire by removing the valve stem cap and engaging the end of the chuck to the valve stem. If an audible sound of rushing air is not heard more pressure on the chuck will be required in order to compress the valve stem to the open position.