How are pneumatic systems different than hydraulic systems?

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Pneumatic systems are mechanical systems that use compressed gasses while hydraulic systems use liquids in the transfer of forces. The primary advantage of hydraulic systems compared to pneumatic and electric systems is that high forces and torques can be developed with comparatively compact motors without the need for gearboxes.
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