Stored Energy

Thursday, April 19, 2012

When my oldest son brought home an air compressor he could not stop talking about all the possibilities. He told me that with an air compressor he could use it perform many different tasks to make extra money in addition to his regular job. As a parent of several growing children, he is always looking for ways to not only make money but to save it. The job market is tight, and this looks like a wonderful solution.

Basically an air compressor is stored energy.

Did you know that with an air compressor you can use it to power several different power tools such as a drill, grinder, spray paint gun and so forth? Equipment which runs with the use of an air compressor runs more economically, and smoother while lasting longer than when run with other forms of energy.

Protect your investment

Helping my son to learn about his acquisition, I searched online to learn more about the use and maintenance of air compressors. We found an online site which carries and services Ingersoll Rand compressor parts and learned that one of the secrets to maintaining your air compressor so that you can extend the life of your product is to use an air oil separator. The separator is essential to the efficient running of your air compressor as it removes the compressor lubricant from the air stream and returns it to the main oil sump where it can continue to be used over and over again. Searching this site I was able  to provide my son with much needed information and a telephone number for a live consultant. If you have or use an air compressor, you may want to check out their site. We found them to be very helpful.

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Icy BC April 21, 2012 at 9:15 PM  

I didn't know an air compression could power other tools. Sog ood to learn now!

Self Sagacity April 26, 2012 at 2:30 PM  

SO bought and said the same things. He is using it maybe twice a year, to blow up the pool for T.

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