If you are seeking information about different brands of air compressors, or about one specific air compressor brand, then this page helps.
Over the last few years we have seen a huge proliferation of different brands of air compressors available to industry and to the home or small shop DIY compressor users.
It would be good if all air compressor brands had varied channels to market, and those channels would have an understanding of air compressors and how they work, and they both supported the brand with repairs and provided the supply of parts for that air compressor. Unfortunately, many of the air compressors on the market today are sold by stores with staff that have no knowledge of how air compressors work, and they stock virtually no spare parts for the upkeep of their air compressor lines.
Maybe there is something particular about a specific brand of air compressor that you need some help with? Visit the page about your brand of air compressor listed below. There, you can read other visitor’s reports on this brand (also see the troubleshooting section for issues common to many brands of compressors please), and here you can post a question or comment there about that specific brand of compressor.
Are you looking for information for a brand of compressor not listed here? You might check this page for information about different brands of compressors too!
Compressor Manufacturers / Compressor Brand Information Pages
- Central Pneumatic 40400 air compressor
- Central Pneumatic 47065 air compressor
- Central Pneumatic 67501 air compressors
- Central Pneumatic 94667 compressor
- Ingersoll Rand P-175 air compressor
- Ingersoll Rand P-185 air compressor
- Ingersoll Rand T-30 air compressors
- Ingersoll Rand Tow Behind air compressors
Your compressor brand not shown?
If not, sorry about that. We’d like to add a page about your compressor. Please use the form below to let us know what compressor the new page should be. It would be very useful if you added a photo or three of your make and model of air compressor. That would help others help you.
It’s a Binford compressor with a 5.5hp Honda Motor. The Motor will start easy, builds up pressure nicely
Head gasket for my U.S. General compressor failed, need replacement.
A friend built this beast…