Kathie Cunningham Air Compressor August 12th, 2018 - 07:50:41
As well as various types of compressors, there are two main types of pumps that are used in them, oiless and oil lubed.
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A few years ago I got a letter from my cousin back in Florida. He is a portable air compressor too. He works with a roofing company contractor. I could never do that sort of work because I am too big. Luckily, my cousin is just the right size and can be used up on the roof. I guess the workers just take him right on up and secure him to their roofing jacks. This seems dangerous to me, but different strokes for different folks.
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.
Years later, I built a smaller woodworking shop in my home which only required one air sander running at a time. For that shop, I purchased an air compressor half the size and isolated it in a soundproof room in one section of the shop. I ran galvanized pipe under the shop floor to three regulators at three different connection locations. The machine I purchased for that shop as a 5 HP Ingersoll Rand model with an 80 gallon tank. At the 80 PSI required by my Dynabrade sander, the compressor would produce enough air from morning to night. I must say that that compressor was very well built. All I had to do was keep an eye on the oil level in the sight glass. At night, I would turn off the master air valve on the side of the air compressor, leaving the electricity on, to silence the compressor until the next work day.
I like my life as a portable air compressor. If you own one of us, please treat it kindly. Keep it oiled, adjusted, well maintained, and take care not to set your saw down on its hose. If you do those simple things your compressor will be your friend for a very long time.