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Air Compressor Specification Sheets

Searching for air compressor specification sheets for an upcoming project?
You're in luck - browse through our oil-free and oil-injected compressor specification sheets (searchable by horsepower) below.

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Air Compressor Specification Sheets - At Your Fingertips!

In search of a new air compressor, but feeling confused as to where to start? Air compressor specifications can be overwhelming, with all the various acronyms and specific data points that you need to consider.

The good news is that we're making it easy! Find descriptions of all of the air compressor specification terms, as well all of our oil-injected rotary screw compressor specification sheets & our scroll compressor specification sheets, below. We've even divided it up based on horsepower for easy perusing. While searching, keep this piece of advice in mind: select a compressor that can produce the most air at the lowest pressure.  

0-10HP 
10-25HP
25-50HP
50-100HP
>100HP
AIRnet Aluminum & Stainless Steel Piping

0-10HP

Air compressor sheets for compressors between 0-10 horsepower.

10-25HP

Air compressor specification sheets for 10-25 horsepower compressors.

25-50HP

Air compressor specification sheets for 25-50 horsepower compressors.

50-100HP

Air compressor specification sheets for 50-100 horsepower compressors.

>100HP

Air compressor specification sheets for compressors 100 horsepower and above.

AIRnet Aluminum & Stainless Steel Piping

Common Air Compressor Specifications Explained

The world of air compressors can be a bit tricky to navigate, especially with the many acronyms, data points, and specifications that abound. That's where we come in.

  • CFM, or cubic feet per minute, is the compressor’s flow rate, or the amount of air that a compressor can produce at a given pressure level. This is the compressor’s capacity rating and is tied with PSI as the most important specification to consider when selecting a compressor.
  • PSI, or pounds per square inch, is the amount of force that an air compressor can deliver. This is the pressure rating of the compressor and is tied with CFM as the most important specification to consider when selecting a compressor.
  • HP, or horsepower, is the amount of work that a motor can perform. HP is not as important as pressure and flow in determining if your compressor will work for you, given that it’s not the most accurate measurement of how much air a compressor can produce.
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