Air compressors are designed to pressurize air to a certain level and deliver it in a steady stream to drive tools, machines and processes.
Today, manufacturers rely heavily on modern innovations and mechanical systems to assist in a variety of operation processes. Industrial buildings, pumping systems, material handling, primary processing, and the maintenance and repair of various machinery and equipment create a high demand for compressed air.
The big advantage of air power is that each tool doesn't need its own bulky motor. Instead, a single motor on the compressor converts the electrical energy into kinetic energy. This makes for light, compact, easy-to-handle tools that run quietly and have fewer parts that wear out.