When your business depends on compressed air, it is important to invest in the highest quality pneumatic system available. Compressed air is a vital utility throughout the industry. We offer a wide variety of air shop systems to suit vehicle assembly, engine construction, painting, cleaning, auto body repair, and other applications. Most shop kits made by Arrow Pneumatic come with a filter, regulator, lubricator, nylon tubing, mounting brackets, and manifolds for your convenience. All the kits we offer are “made to order,” so each order may take up to two weeks to produce. Shop systems made by SynergAir include aluminum alloy tubing and engineering-grade plastic with brass fittings. Systems that feature a simple push-fit connection are some of the easiest to install on the market.
Achieve the perfect painted finish with the help of clean, dry, and contaminant-free compressed air. In addition to air shop systems, we also supply electronic timer drain valves. Failure to carry out regular draining will result in severe damage or disruption to your equipment. With a quality drain valve, you can guarantee regular and uninterrupted condensate drainage from your compressed air system. Imagine having compressed air lines right where you need them most. Now, the RapidAir master kit provides a flexible way to customize your workshop. If you have any questions about this selection or would like expert assistance in choosing the best air shop system for your business, please call or email us today for further assistance.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: What is the best way to run Air Lines in a shop?
A: First, you need to decide whether you want hard-piped air lines or flexible air lines. For hard-piped, use copper pipe, and for flexible, use semi-flexible rubber tubing. Avoid PEX and PVC tubing, as they are not designed to handle high pressures of air and may explode in your shop. Next, pick the right size pipe for your air compressor. Finally, place the air compressor in a separate room so that it isn’t too noisy, and then attach the air lines to your wall with plumbing clamps.
Q: What can I use for shop air line?
A: You need to make sure you use the right kind of pipe, since not all pipes are created equally. Some can’t handle the pressure, like PEX and PVC, so be sure to avoid using these for your shop air lines. We recommend sticking with copper pipes, but if you don’t want to have to solder, consider using galvanized or black steel pipe instead.
Q: How do I install a shop air system?
A: The installation process will vary at least a little from product to product. For the best results, follow the installation guide in your product manual. If you have any questions during the process, feel free to give us or your manufacturer a call for answers to your specific questions.