About Air Compressors
Are you looking for an air compressor, or have an air compressor problem, but don't know where to start? Get help figuring out what you need right here on about-air-compressors.com
About air compressors helps you solve your air compressor problems! First look at the troubleshooting section on the sitemap page to find pages with common, cross-brand air compressor problems and solutions.
Or, visit the about different compressor brands pages too. These are linked from the left nav bar. Here you will find solutions to compressor problems common to many brands of air compressors. See what other folks say about your brand of compressor.
About air compressors will help the plant maintenance person who looks after the company air systems, will be useful to the air system professionals, will help the air circuit designer, and provides lots of information for folks considering buying - or who have already bought - an air compressor for their workshop; what the various air compressor parts are, how they work (or don't work) together... it's all here for you on about-air-compressors.com.
View the links or use the search box on the sitemap page to find answers as the air compressor information you are looking for is quite likely already here for you.
Read on, and welcome.
Some Visitor's Comments
- Todd says... "Bill, I appreciate you sharing your expertise on your website. My Central Pneumatic 21 Gallon 94667 would run continuously, but never build more than about 40 pounds of pressure. Based on info I found here, last night I repaired it by installing a gasket kit I found on ebay for about $21 including shipping. (I searched for "HL026100AV", as someone suggested on your site). It fit perfectly, including the new reed valve and pins, and the compressor now works as expected. Thanks again for sharing your valuable experience and advice!"
- Reggie says... "Thanks Bill. Your suggestion on how to tell which valve was not working did the trick! I didn't know it could be so easy to check. It helps when you (now) know how and what to check and how the parts work together. "
- Don W. says... "Just wanted to thank you for the ideas. I pulled the cover off of my pump and located the crank shaft. I inserted a screwdriver into the slot on top and tried turning it. There was a little bit of binding at first but before long the lubricant got in and made it smooth again. I put the top back on and it's been running like a champ since. Thanks again! your site is truly helpful."
- Barry from MA says "THANKS for keeping this site up. It gave me the idea that saved my compressor!"
- "HI BILL!!!! this site deserves an excellency award!!! THANKS!!!" Mike / Montreal Canada
- Jerry says "Right on the money Bill! I removed start cap. and even tho all looked well, it was BAD. I replace 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, see the Support This Site link in the right column under general info, or buy my book (see below) and then we both win!
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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 Buster, Carls421 and Doug s.d.ca. To the many that have contributed their knowledge to help other air compressor users, please accept my sincere thanks.