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Why is my pneumatic sander running slower than normal?

A pneumatic Mirka sander oiled regularly to ensure trouble-free sanding and the best preventive maintenance.

Answer: First of all, check and make sure there are no air leaks in the line, and that your compressor is producing the recommended pressure: 17 CFM at 90 PSI.

If the air supply is adequate, check that the pneumatic tool is properly lubricated - it needs to be oiled to perform best.

When the tool is noticed to be running slower, add 1-2 drops of oil into the air inlet. Do not add too much oil.

Only lubricate pneumatic tools.

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