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How To Fix Air Compressors

When it comes to air compressors, over time, they do start to break down and doesn't work the way they did when you first bought them. In this articles, we will determine what are the problems you will encounter, how to fix air compressors, and tools needed to repair them. What Are Problems Faced By Air Compressors First things first, as you well know, machines break down and get faulty during years of usage. Realize that you can actually repair it Read More...

Buying A Used Air Compressor

When it comes to buying a used air compressor, there are many factors one must cover. If you are in the market for an air compressor, I'm sure you know that there benefits of buying used instead of buying new. You also know the main reason is that those who had owned an air compressor may have outgrown it and in the end didn't need it anymore or they were looking for an air compressor that was more powerful than their previous model. A Read More...

Choosing The Right Air Compressor

There are many types of compressors and they all perform the same job of compressing air. So how do you differentiate between them? We are here to help you know the differences to be able to choose the right air compressor for you. The following paragraphs will give you the information that you need. HP vs SCFM Just as cars are, air compressors can be measured by their horsepower (HP). This, however, can be misleading given that the amount of HP doesn't Read More...

5 Things To Consider When Buying An Air Compressor

1. Electric or Gas If you are indoors then you will have no choice in going electric. Outdoors, however, gas can be efficient. Be careful though as the exhaust from the compressor can prove to be an issue. If going electric there are also some things to consider. The power you need from your compressor will determine how much voltage you need. Many household compressors use between 110-120 volts while a 2HP engine may require a 220-240 volt outlet. 2. Single-Stage Read More...