Before choosing any compressor to purchase, understanding the compressor’s uses will ensure that the machine can do the required job. Buying a compressor that is too small will waste valuable time. Buying a compressor that is way too large will waste valuable resources.
The questions that need to be answered are:
This will determind the types of Air compressor to create needed pressure (bar, psi, kg/in2, kg/cm2…)
These figures denote the recommended pressure that the air is delivered from your compressor to the tool you’re using for optimal performance.
Add up all of the air tools that are to be used at the same time. When looking at the compressor, add approximately 30% to the determined air flow demand. This will allow for a reasonable buffer against unknown or uncommon compressor usage.
It’s mean that we need to choose indoor or outdoor units, stationary or portable units.
Determine whether or not the unit will need to be moved around your facility or work site regularly or if it will be a stationary unit. This will aid in determining other factors such as size and weight. Higher pressures and volumes will require the unit to be larger in size and heavier in weight since horsepower requirements, pumping systems, chassis construction, electrical components, etc… will have to be larger to accommodate these increases.
The size of the compressor tank, usually measured in gallons, should be determined by the overall type of usage. If the usage is in short quick concentrated bursts, such as an air nailer, then a small tank size can be used. If the unit is to sustain long periods of usage, such as a board sander or impact wrench, a larger tank size will be necessary.
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