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Air Compressors

Concept Garage Equipment can supply and install all garage essentials including Air Compressors for garages, workshops and MOT Bays. From Small mobile air compressors from name brands such as ABAC to heavy-duty petrol compressors for those garages that need the best and most robust solution for constant use. If you are unsure what you will need for your workshop call us today on 0113 469 0572.

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An air compressor is a device that compresses air to an extent that it can be expelled to use to power a variety of tools such as impact wrenches, air ratchets, sanders, and paint sprayers as well as some garage equipment such as 4 post lifts, and some tyre changers also require compressed air for some of their operation.

Various types of Air Compressors exist but the most common for garage, workshop, MOT Bay and home use are the following

  • Mobile Air Compressors
  • Static Air Compressors
  • Belt Drive Air Compressors
  • Direct Drive Air Compressors
  • Petrol Air Compressors
  • Piston Air Compressors
  • Screw Air Compressors

The best type of air compressor for a garage depends on several factors, including the size of the garage, the type of work being done, and the budget available.

Contact us to discuss your requirements for your garage and tell us what you will be using it for, the size of your garage, and details on the volume of usage as we can help you decide on what make, model and size of compressor will work best for you.

CFM Disp VS FAD Ratings

CFM stands for cubic feet per minute and relates to the rate at which air is generated by the air compressor.

CFM (Disp) or CFM Displacement relates to the theoretical displacement of free air expelled by the air compressor, but not usually the actual amount of air delivered.

CFM (FAD) or "free air delivery" is the volume of air actually discharged in real use and relates to the actual air available to power tools, and is generally less than CFM (Disp) or theoretical number.

CFM (FAD) is, therefore, the more useful number, and the one we show at the start of each product description.