These guns connect to a compressed air supply and pressurize air for blow-off, vacuum, and excavation applications. Air guns produce a high-pressure airstream to clear chips and debris, cool or dry machinery and parts, eject or convey parts, clean hose assemblies, and more. Vacuum guns create suction to draw chips, sawdust, and other debris through the vacuum nozzle and into the collection bag at the back of the tool. Air excavation tools function like larger, more powerful air guns and deliver a high-pressure airstream to remove soil and debris, especially in areas where shovels and backhoes may damage buried utility lines. Static-eliminating air guns deliver ionized airflow that neutralizes static charges and removes dust and debris from objects and surfaces.