Published at Thursday, August 30th 2018, 02:17:11 AM by Deidre Martinez. Air Compressor. An oil lubed pump has a longer life with less wear than an oil free air compressor. These also come in various sizes and are great for home use.
Published at Tuesday, August 14th 2018, 22:44:18 PM. Air Compressor By Elsie Wagner. I returned to the job site with my new goodies and soon discovered that I had indeed made the right choice. The compressor started right up and was soon pressurized and ready to go. I hooked up the hose and gun, filled the reservoir with stain, and started systematically applying it to the siding. The portable air compressor was on wheels, and easy to maneuver. I could see the dry wood soaking up the stain and I was happy I'd opted for this method of application. I dreaded the idea of having to brush stain on for hours on end. Once I had the first coat on I let it set for a couple hours while I took a break, then went back out and applied a second coat. This probably would have been sufficient, but I had read that the very best thing to do when applying stain with a sprayer is to go back and brush over the job. Doing this really drove the stain into the wood and allowed it to fill every little pore.
Published at Tuesday, August 14th 2018, 22:04:35 PM. Air Compressor By Felecia Roberts. One time we were working together on a small project that John had lined up for us. I was all powered up and fully charged with air pressure like normal. Everything seemed just fine. I heard the buzz of electric saws and saw the normal saw dust flying around. Then, all of a sudden, and without any warning, my breath was taken away from me in a gush! I thought I was going to die. John had accidentally set his circular saw down on my hose and cut into it. It alarmed me at first, but before long John had me all fixed up and back to work we went. Ah, such is the life of a portable air compressor.
Published at Tuesday, August 14th 2018, 21:19:02 PM. Air Compressor By Gay Jennings. Make sure that your air compressor pump is the most appropriate one for your tank. This way you can use your equipment to its fullest and to avoid accidents and injuries while working. It is important that you be able to identify which pump is the best for your nature of work, because there are many types of air compressor pumps available.
Published at Tuesday, August 14th 2018, 20:26:21 PM. Air Compressor By Heidi Young. A portable air compressor comes in many shapes and sizes. We are only truly portable if we don't get too big. As long as we can be moved around easily and used where needed then we are considered truly portable. Once we get too big, then we are relegated to shop work and other stationary jobs. I pity these poor fools. It would be boring to just sit in one shop all day. I like getting out and seeing different places and meeting different people. I think it keeps me young.
Published at Tuesday, August 14th 2018, 19:39:54 PM. Air Compressor By Lindsey Sykes. I found a nice air powered air gun at a local hardware store. At first it seemed just perfect. I was about to buy it when I noticed on the little description card that it was not recommended to be used with a compressor smaller than 6 gallons. Dang! The portable air compressor I had was only a small 2 gallon pancake compressor. That just wouldn't cut it. I had to buy a larger unit so that I could get the gun, so that I could finish the house project. See how this goes.
Published at Tuesday, August 14th 2018, 19:04:04 PM. Air Compressor By Lindsey Sykes. I like my life as a portable air compressor. If you own one of us, please treat it kindly. Keep it oiled, adjusted, well maintained, and take care not to set your saw down on its hose. If you do those simple things your compressor will be your friend for a very long time.
Published at Tuesday, August 14th 2018, 18:20:09 PM. Air Compressor By Lelia Goff. Years later, I built a smaller woodworking shop in my home which only required one air sander running at a time. For that shop, I purchased an air compressor half the size and isolated it in a soundproof room in one section of the shop. I ran galvanized pipe under the shop floor to three regulators at three different connection locations. The machine I purchased for that shop as a 5 HP Ingersoll Rand model with an 80 gallon tank. At the 80 PSI required by my Dynabrade sander, the compressor would produce enough air from morning to night. I must say that that compressor was very well built. All I had to do was keep an eye on the oil level in the sight glass. At night, I would turn off the master air valve on the side of the air compressor, leaving the electricity on, to silence the compressor until the next work day.