Searching a best Industrial air compressor

Feb 14, 2018
14
4
3
United State
I need up to 20-gallon air compressor for my industrial work basically filling track tires. I need up to 150 psi of max pressure. If it will portable then will best choice. If not there is no problem but want a decent compressor.
 
Feb 14, 2018
14
4
3
United State
I found the Industrial Air ILA1883054 30-gallon air compressor on the Industrial air compressor review. This Industrial Air ILA1883054's high-performance motor delivers 155 psi of max pressure and 5.7 CFM at 90 psi & 7 CFM at 40 psi. It has two wheels and one belt for easy transportation. Please, anyone, suggest me Can I purchased this Industrial Air ILA1883054 for industrial work basically filling track tires?

Thank you
 

Attachments

joshkoltes

Well-known member
Lifetime Membership
Dec 16, 2007
3,474
872
113
37
ranchester, wy - nashua, mn
We have ir compressors at the coal mine. They don't like 20+ below but you can force it to run. Don't drive them through an automatic car wash, the engine will fill up with water. Two weeks later Pulled the spark plug and the Piston shot ice out every stroke. After an oil change mines been running problem free. Get the one with the Honda, electric start

https://www.ingersollrandproducts.c...ng-air-compressors/two-stage-gas-powered.html
 

burning_ac1d

Banned
Sep 11, 2018
4
0
1
36
Austin, Texas
Best air compressor

Option 1: Buy a proper air compressor and a power inverter- very bulky and expensive, not really practical.

Option 2: Buy a portable air compressor- from my experience with the air compressor in the ContiComfort kit and a variety of other cheap air compressors in the past, These will work but not very well. Also, they draw such a high amount of power that they often blow the fuse.Harbor freight has one on sale now for under $10! They even claim it goes up to 250psi! That's pretty ambitious. I think this is probably your best option. Obviously it won't work as well as a proper compressor, but I think you are looking for more of an emergency use tool, right?

Option 3: Bike pump. I have filled a car tire (4 in fact) with a bike pump and I've seen a few people do it at the local auto crosses, but it is basically what a scissor jack is to a hydraulic jack. It can be done, but only out of desperation. You could also try a foot pump but I have never used one personally.

Slime is a good idea but not as good as a proper plug. Additionally, it will ruin your TPMS monitor in that wheel.
 
Premium Features