How much air pressure do I need for my application?
There are many areas to consider during the selection process of an air compressor for your business. Most important, determining the proper size of the compressor to match your operational needs. Then secondly, making sure you have the correct installation to adequately support the compressor. The goal, purchasing a compressor sized large enough to have an ample supply of air without overloading the compressor.
Keep in mind, your operational requirements could have various minimum supply air pressure needs. It is important to take the highest rating of the minimum pressures needed and what application the air compressor will be used for. Figuring out your cubic feet per minute (CFM) of air and pounds per square inch (PSI) for the operational demands of your facility will assist in helping you align with the right compressor. For example, if you will be using it to power air tools, then you need to determine the CFM of each tool and typical frequency of use.
Good news , Chicago Pneumatic has conversion tools that make it easy to figure out the CFM and PSI to align you with the correct compressor. If you need help deciding which size is best for you, please contact any of our Chicago Pneumatic distributors for assistance.
Whether you have questions about which compressor is right for you, or if you’re ready to improve your operations and start saving on expenses. Chicago Pneumatic has been around for over 100 years because we offer reliable and hardworking air compressors, as well as expert advice and support.
Regardless of the type of compressor you have, vibration issues can be troubling for any business. The root of the vibration can stem from multiple sources, some internally and others externally. Understanding the cause of the vibration and how to resolve them will be critical in keeping your compressor in proper working order.
Regardless of whether or not it actually freezes where you live, most winterization service recommendations are also basic, solid maintenance procedures that will help extend the life and operational efficiencies of air compressors regardless of whether you live in northern Maine or South Florida.
Your company purchased an air dryer for your compressor. One of the most common things we see in the industry are air dryers being stored on top of the compressors. Seems like a wasted space not being used on top of the compressor, right? Wrong.