Published at Thursday, August 09th 2018. by Debora Knox in Air Compressor.
Armed with a bit of information, and knowing my husband and how he will use his compressor, I was soon on my way to purchasing the right Powermate Coleman air compressor for him for Christmas. I hope this information will help you too!
An important factor is also the factor of oil. The oil is used for lubrication of moving parts of the compressor, but it also has some side effects. For example, traces of oil can be found in the tubes that deliver air to your airbrush tool, so it can be mixed with paint. This problem is more pronounced if the compressor is older. One possible solution is to purchase an oil free air compressor.
I hope this information has been useful to you. Buying an air compressor for your woodworking shop can be a fairly expensive investment when you consider piping, regulators, hoses, water traps, wiring and electricians. You will want to buy a compressor that is capable of the tasks you will be using it for but no more than that. Purchasing the wrong air compressor can be a very expensive mistake. My motivation in writing this has been to give you the knowledge you will need to select the right one.
For tools that require greater pressure, or if you use multiple tools back to back, then you need a two stage compressor.
This kind is suitable for people on the go or who travel. You never have to go through the tedious task of having to find a vehicle big enough to carry your compressor wherever you wanted to go.
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