125 PSI 1 Gallon Portable Electric Compact Air Compressor
The 125 psi 1 gallon portable electric compact air compressor is the workhorse of tools on the job site and in the work shop. Makita compressors are favorites for their faster recovery time, lower noise, longer tool life and consistent performance. The new ACC001 Compact Air Compressor combines a compact size with a powerful induction motor for powerful, portable performance. The AC001 is powered by a 1/6 maximum horsepower induction motor that provides up to 125 PSI, with a lightweight design (only 23.1 lbs.). It also has lower noise (72 dB) so it’s ideal for indoor use. The roll cage construction provides added protection for the pump and motor assembly.
Additional features include a low amp draw that reduces the incidents of tripped breakers at start-up, as well as oil-less pump designed for maintenance-free operation. The AC001 is the latest addition to Makita’s expanding line-up of industrial air compressors. The powerful and reliable induction motor, combined with the lower noise and compact size, make the AC001 ideal for case and base installation, trim and finish carpentry, cabinet and furniture construction and more.
The History Of The Air Compressor
Air compressors are machines like a jackhammer, sander, and grinder. Also, they pump high-pressure air to fill gas cylinders to power HVAC systems and power pneumatic tools. Garage compressors do things like fill bicycle tires or blow-up rafts from the unbelievable pool store smell out in Nassau. Our Long Island youth was 1988 Marco Polo Billy Joel pool out the Armstrongs kitchen window. Equally important they run silent and run on a small compressor which has a single motor. Air compressors not only work well with craft building but carpentry and framing a house. Nail guns, drills, wrenches, spray guns and removing old rusty bolts with air compressors. Did you know the earliest form of compressors were when cave people would stoke their fireplace flames.
125 Psi 1 Gallon Air Compressor
Recently air compressors were introduced to the northern mining and drilling industry saving years of time. In 1871 a guy named Scott Randolph invented the first air tool, the rock drill. Furthermore, the air compressors most magnificent work was done during the sculpting of Mount Rushmore. Air compressors are often used in the North East to blow-out sprinkler systems preventing breakage during winters.