Refrigeration Compressor

AIR COMPRESSOR

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  • A&S Aerodynamic Co., Ltd
  • Address: No. 469, Xinsheng Road, Gaoxin District, Chengdu, Sichuan, China
  • Tel: +86-28-65376575
  • Fax: +86-28-86129221
  • Email:
    aircompressor@electrical8.com
  • Contact Person:Laura Tse

Before you decide which type of air compressor to buy, ask yourself these questions:

How will you be using your compressor?

If you just need to inflate tires and handle occasional home projects, stick to less expensive consumer models like oil-less and pancake compressors. If you need one for regular or heavy duty use, opt for a professional grade model with a more powerful motor and larger air tanks. (Either twin tanks or a large single tank will do.) Check the owner’s manual of your tools to find out the air requirements.

Where will you be using your compressor?

Will your compressor remain in one spot in your workshop, or will you need to move it from project to project? If you need a portable compressor, be careful you don’t sacrifice performance for portability. Smaller models are easier to carry around, but they may not be able to sufficiently power your tools.

From our experts: “The number one mistake people make when choosing an air compressor is going with too small of a model. Everyone wants ultra-portable machines, but smaller compressors have lower cfm and smaller tanks, which means the motor will run more frequently, use more electricity and burn out more quickly. It’s better to spend $400 on a larger model that exceeds your requirements, rather than $150 on a compact model that can’t power your tools and won’t last very long. That compact model won’t save you time or money in the long run.

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