What is a pneumatic system?, Mechanical Engineering

Pneumatic system is a system that uses air to power something. For example, have you seen the tube systems at bank drive-up tellers? Air is used to drive the tubes back and forth from the teller to the customer.

Air is also used to power drills, sanders, grinders, and the like at garages and car body shops.

 

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