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Keep Your Air Compressor in Great Condition With Proper Storage

After using your air compressor, it is important to store it properly, especially with winter coming. If your air compressor is stationary, storage isn’t something you have to worry about. However, many air compressors are portable. Improper storage can lead[...]

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How to Winterize Your Air Compressor

The recommended operating temperature range for an air compressor lies between 40 and 95 degrees Fahrenheit. For most of the year, it’s not a problem to stay within that range, but in the winter when the air outside reaches freezing[...]

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Air Compressor Overheating? Here Are the Best Places to Look

If your air compressor is overheating, it will be more likely to stop working over time. This will lead to you needing to have your air compressor repaired or replaced. Also, by having the compressor shut down, your company will[...]

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Which Type of Industrial Fan Do You Need?

Whether you need industrial fans to manage corrosive fumes or provide cooling, Compressor-Pump & Service has the fans you need to keep your business running safely. Our responsive staff serves companies in UT, ID, NV, and WY, and with our variety of products,[...]

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Should You Buy or Rent an Industrial Air Compressor?

Air compressors have numerous uses, from inflating tires to powering complex industrial machinery. An industrial air compressor may serve any number of purposes, but once you discover the need for a compressor, you must decide if you need a permanent[...]

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8 Factors to Consider When Purchasing a Reciprocating Air Compressor

1. WHAT ARE YOU USING THE COMPRESSED AIR FOR? The work that you will be performing is critical to your choice of compressed air system. Will air demands be on a daily basis, how many shifts, how many days a[...]

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6 Common Warm Weather Air Compressor Issues

Spring can be a welcome relief from the cold weather of winter, especially on outdoor or partially outdoor job sites. However, as much as your human employees may appreciate the more temperate weather, some of your equipment may struggle to[...]

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Fire, Water, and Air: Mining Equipment Throughout History

  Today, people who work in the mining industry rely on air compressors and other complex equipment. Modern mining equipment is new, but mining has existed since prehistoric times. Ancient people used intriguing equipment to extract materials from mines. This[...]

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5 Main Types of Blowers

The beginnings of modern blowers go back to the mid-1800s, with engineering brothers Philander and Francis Roots. In an attempt to repair a water motor, one brother spun a motor’s shaft, and this caused the impellers to spin, creating so[...]

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5 Strategies to Make Your Industrial Air Compressor More Eco-Friendly

No matter the industry you work in, you need to constantly improve your business to stay profitable and relevant. In recent years, many companies have begun to look for ways to decrease their carbon footprints and make their processes more[...]

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