About Air Compressors
About air compressors helps you solve your air compressor problems! And, about air compressors provides lots of information to help you select a new air compressor should you be in the hunt for one.
There are hundreds of pages on this website describing pretty much every air compressor part, what it does, where it goes, along with scads of pages about installing, plumbing, using and troubleshooting your air compressor.
Here Is How To Get The Most
Out Of About-Air-Compressors.com
- First look at the troubleshooting section to find pages with common, cross-brand, air compressor problems and solutions.
- Then visit the About Different Compressor Brands listing. Follow the link to your compressor brand to find solutions to compressor problems common to specific brands of air compressors.
- Use the Sitemap page. for a list of all of the pages on this site. Find the pages that relate to your compressor problem and the solutions.
- Then, use the many search boxes on about-air-compressors.com. They will help you find the pages on this site that provide information or solutions to your air compressor issue or problem. One such search box is next. Help yourself!
If still no luck, then visit the appropriate forum page - see the list of forums on this page - and post your question in the appropriate forum. I or some of the many hundreds & hundreds of folks that visit this site every day will do our best to help.
The information pages will help the plant maintenance person who looks after the company air systems, provide information to the air system professionals, circuit design tips for the air circuit designer, and provide lots of information for folks considering buying - or who have already bought - an air compressor for their workshop. Want to know what the various air compressor parts are and how they work (or don't work) together? It's all here for you on about-air-compressors.com.
Some Visitor's Comments
- John says "Your advice regarding my compressor issues is greatly appreciated. Your website is very helpful - especially for guys like me lacking training and experience diagnosing and repairing compressors. "
- Wolfgang says... "You are correct the CAPS are the problem".
- Mike says... "That was it. Before looking at your diagram, I didn't know the regulator was unidirectional, and the arrow on the back was not obvious. Turned the unit around and now it works great. Simple solution. Thank you for your expert feedback."
- John says... "Thanks for the help! Great site!
- Eddie C. from Ohio says... "Cutting 1/2" off the end worked. It went straight to 120psi then shut off. Thanks..."
- Jerry says... "It's (problem with compressor pressure switch) fixed! Thanks for the help. It's working fine..."
- Robert says... "Thanks again Bill. The new start capacitor fixed it. Now even with 100psi in the tank when i hit the switch it cranks up amazingly quick. Literally no hesitation. Instant full speed. I'm impressed (and relieved).
- Jerry says "Right on the money Bill! I removed start cap. and even tho all looked well, it was BAD. I replaced it and all is well and compressor works with no problems. Many thanks....(is there a way to make a contribution to help keep your site going?)"
Bill says... sure Jerry. Buy my book (see below) and then we both win!
Are you thinking about getting an air compressor for your home workshop or have a compressor with a problem? This ebook offers a lot more information about compressors, useful before or after you acquire
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Thank you very much. Bill
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And a shout out to...
I am very appreciative of the contributions to this site from many compressor knowledgeable visitors, and in particular to Doug s.d.ca., Buster and Carl.
To the many that have, and continue to, contribute their knowledge to help other air compressor users, please accept my sincere thanks.