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An air compressor can accommodate a wide range of practical applications when it comes to vehicular maintenance. One of the most common functions is the simple task of filling tires. A quality air compressor can help you reduce downtime by getting the job done quickly due to maximum PSI tank storage, efficient pressure technology, innovative motors, compact designs, and other helpful features. Compressors are also valuable for providing power to the other devices in your garage or repair bay. Whether you need precise temperatures for optimal working conditions or merely wish to clean out your workspace, we are sure you will find the perfect tool to suit your needs.
If you work or operate a repair shop that receives a high volume of work orders every day, our “no noise” compressors may be the ideal solution for cutting down noise pollution and creating a more pleasant work experience for everyone. If you are always on the move, a gasoline air compressor may be ideal because it is easy to move and can be used anywhere without the need for an electrical outlet.
Shopping with the best in the automotive equipment and service supply means that you can get easy financing on entire systems, or you may prefer to order the parts you need to upgrade or maintain the system you currently have. Don’t waste any more of your time or hard-earned money. Go straight to the source by exploring our selection or calling us toll-free to speak with an experienced member of our team today.
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Air Compressor Frequently Asked Questions
What are the best air compressors?
The best air compressor for mechanics, shops and technicians today are from trusted brands that have proven time and again their products are tough, durable, rugged as well as reliable. The top brands trusted by mechanics across the world are Atlas, DeWalt, FSCURTIS, General International, Mi-T-M, BelAire, Ingersoll Rand, and BendPak.
What can air compressors be used for?
An Air compressor is a multi-use essential tool for any garage or shop, whether you are a pro or not. Air compressor uses range from spray painting, being used as a nail gun, changing a fuel filter, and powering an air ratchet, air impact wrench, and so much more.
How big of an air compressor do I need?
The key factors will influence how big of an air compressor you need:
Where you will use the compressor.
How much power requirements will be needed for the compressor.
Air flow required by the tools you will be using with it.
First, there are two kinds of air compressors, portable and stationary, each with advantages and disadvantages. Portable compressors can be moved or taken on the road, while stationary remain where they are on site. They are larger and frequently far more powerful than portable. Second, knowing how much power the air compressor needs is important. They can be powered either with an electric motor or a gas engine, though the latter are often used at construction sites where power is not an option. Third, you should ensure you purchase the right compressor to operate the tools that will be relying on it. Compressors are measured in two ways, PSI (pounds per square inch) and deliverable CFM (cubic feet per minute). These two measurements affect how well the air compressor works in various situations. Identify the PSI and CFM of your air tools first, then purchase a compressor that has 1.25 to 1.5 times more CFM then the recommended PSI that your air tools require. This method ensures your tools and compressor work at optimum capacity.