Air Compressor Information
In order to help you select the compressor that best fits your needs, we have created our air compressor information section. Feel free to browse the column to the left for any and all information related to air compressors. We have everything from troubleshooting information in case you have a problem, to maintenance and safety advice. One of our most commonly viewed pages is our air compressor FAQ page, which will help you quickly find the answer to many of the most common questions.
By visiting our air compressor accessory section, we will help you learn about the different functions of each tool, how to operate it, and ultimately how it will benefit you and your end product.
Couplings and plugs
One of the most important components on your air compressor is the couplings and plugs that attach an accessory or hose to the machine.
By learning the difference between the styles of fittings available, you can figure out what type will work best with your compressor, and will also ensure that the correct styles are purchased.
Learn tips and tricks
Get more out of your compressor by knowing more about it and how to take better care of it. Learn tips and tricks about cleaning and maintenance for longer pump and motor life - Ultimately saving you both time and money. Discover methods and techniques that may improve your efficiency and or the efficiency of your air system.
We are an Authorized Distributor for the above brands so if we don't have it in stock we can get it for you and at a competitive price. We can also special order custom configured / customized air compressors for you as well.
There are many types of air compressors for various applications.
For doing little stuff such as air brushing. Usually electric powered
For job site work. These are gas or electric driven in a wheelbarrow or hand-carry design.
Vertical or horizontal with tank mounted pump and motor. Used in repair shops, body shops, barns, garages etc..
Specialized compressed air equipment
Used in factories to power pneumatic machinery such as food processing and packaging, or when a constant supply of compressed air is needed. Typically high voltage electric powered.
Oil-free - used in medical applications, fire suppression - used with automatic sprinkler systems.
Our knowledge of air compressor is vast and deep; we have been in business since 1984 and you can tell by our name that air compressors is where we got our start. We sell many different brands, including Ingersoll Rand and Chicago Pneumatic, which has only helped us in our many years combined experience selling and repairing air compressor equipment. Our service tech's stay up to date with the latest in air compressor technology with ongoing education from the top manufacturers. Just because we ship our products around the nation, doesn't mean that we have forgotten about the local area that helped to give us our start.