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Considerations for Buying an Air Compressor Air compressors have existed for more than 100 years and have had countless uses ever since. One reason behind their popularity is that air is such a safe, convenient, clean and flexible resource. Before you buy a compressor, make sure you understand its uses so it can actually serve your purpose for getting it. If you buy something too small, it will waste your time. If it’s too big, you will be wasting precious resources. You need to remember that a compressor’s price is not exclusively dependent on its upfront cost; it should be weight against the unit’s lifespan. Like lighters, lower-priced units are meant to be disposable.
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Furthermore, before you select an air compressor to purchase, ask these questions: 1.) What is the highest required operating pressure?
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The answer will reveal whether you should get a Single Stage or Two Stage compressor. 2.) What is the highest CFM usage that will be required? Get the total of all the air tools that will be used simultaneously. When you’re looking at the compressor, add about 30% to the CFM number determined. This gives enough buffer against unusual or undetected compressor usage. It’s not right to just add up all the air tools used in a single work day because this will lead to an inflated CFM number, which will require you to buy an overly big compressor. 3.) Should the machine be portable or stationary? Determine if the unit will have to be transported around your facility or job site regularly, or if it will be a fixed unit. This will help you in knowing weight, size and other factors. With higher pressures and volumes, you will need a bigger and heavier unit as pumping systems, electrical components, etc. would have to be larger for accommodating increases. 4.) What drive system is needed – gasoline engine or electric motor? If you know the environment where the compressor will be used, you will know what type of drive system the machine will require. If electrical power will be always available, the drive system should be an electric motor as it will be more affordable in terms of upfront and operational cost, including maintenance. Otherwise, you should opt for a gasoline engine driven compressor. They will give you the best in terms of portability and flexibility. 5.) What is the required receiver tank size? The compressor tank’s size, which is often measured in gallons, will be determined by the general nature of usage. If the use will require fast concentrated bursts, you can have a small tank. If the unit is needed for long period of usage, find a larger tank.