I’ve been thinking on this one for awhile – The only thin I could really come up with is decreasing the number of people and time necessary for carpentry work, which could reduce travel to the site and thus energy usage and emissions per site. Past that, there aren’t really any ‘bad’ aspects of air compression nail guns, as their electricity draw is grid dependent. the only real shortcoming is that they do have significantly more involved manufacture than traditional, non power tools.
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