Puma air compressors are manufactured in different configurations. They have a direct drive, oilless series made for the home and farm market. They offer a contractor series which are portable, gasoline powered air compressors, some in a wheelbarrow format. The range of Puma air compressors also includes single stage and two stage, belt driven compressors with a storage capacity of up to 80 gallons on a vertical tank, with up to a 15 HP electric motor.
They also offer quite a broad range of Puma air driven tools. That begs the question, do they supply air compressors to support their tool line, or the reverse? We cannot tell. Nor can we tell if the Puma line of air compressors is actually manufactured in North America, if they are assembled here from parts, or if the whole compressor line is manufactured off-shore and simply private labeled as Puma air compressors.
The Puma air compressors headquarters is located in Memphis Tennessee, here:
Puma Air Center
1992 Airways Bl.,
Memphis TN 38114
While it would appear as though Puma air compressors are supported by their head office, I have no actual experience with attempting to get information from them about problems with Puma air compressors. If you have, perhaps you could let us all know with a comment?
If you are searching for a Puma Air compressors manual, visit their website. All are available there, a welcome change from many other manufacturers of air compressors.
This page is here to allow existing owners and users of Puma air compressors to ask questions about them if they cannot get information from Puma, and to allow those same folks to add a comment here answering another users question if they can.