Compressors

Air compressors have been around for well over 100 years and have as many uses as there are tools that use air. One reason for their popularity is because air as a resource is safe, flexible, clean and convenient.  These machines have evolved into highly reliable pieces of equipment that are almost indispensable in most of the applications they serve. Compressors can come in a wide variety of different types and sizes. Ultimately, as with any tool, air tools and the compressors that drive them, have to save the user time and money on any given project. Most compressed air tools are more powerful and typically lighter than standard electric tools or battery powered cordless tools. They are used by virtually every industrial sector.

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  • Doosan C185 Air Compressor

    Make
    Doosan
    Model
    C185
    Free Air Delivery - CFM
    185
    Engine
    Doosan D18
    Wet Weight
    2,455 lbs
  • Ingersoll Rand C185 Air Compressor

    Make
    Ingersoll Rand
    Model
    C185
    Free Air Delivery - CFM
    185
    Engine
    John Deere
    Wet Weight
    2,100 lbs
  • Ingersoll Rand C185WK Air Compressor

    Make
    Ingersoll Rand
    Model
    C185WK
    Free Air Delivery - CFM
    185
    Engine
    Kubota
    Wet Weight
    1,977 lbs