Anyone who works with pneumatic tools needs an air compressor. That’s obvious. But why might you want to use pneumatic tools? Generally, you’ll get more power out of pneumatic tools over their cordless and electric counterparts, using bursts of compressed air to give you sustained power for tough jobs.
With an air compressor, you can do anything from frequent and tough automotive work to roofing and siding, as well as simpler tasks around the house. How much and what type of work you plan to do will influence which type of air compressor is best for you.
Use our exclusive tool-comparison engine in the bar below to compare air compressors. If you're having trouble understanding exactly what to look for, read our full article on how to choose an air compressor.
Max AKHL1230E 2.0 HP, 2.6 Gallon PowerLite™ Air Compressor - Real World Review & How To
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