You already are aware of what an air compressor does, so we are not going take your time explaining what these devices benefit your home. What we would like to share with you though, is the approach we take to give an expert perspective about what are features each device carries with it. Reviews will highlight the good and bad of each compressor. Each con or pro would be elaborated upon as to why we feel that way about a particular feature.
At the end of the feature analysis we conclude by opining if the asking price is justified.
The key factors that we look at while analysing a compressor are its cubic feet per minute or CFM, air tank capacity, fitted gadgets like pressure gauges and switches and finally safety features. Additionally we also look at the type of support options the company provides, additional maintenance related efficiencies, service options and ease of ordering accessories for said device.
Our primary focus will be on the tank capacity and cubic feet per minute. They are both so interconnected, it is difficult to imagine reviewing these two statistics separately. Please note that we are focussing on these two features but in no way do we mean that other aspects of the compressor will be ignored. Our logic is that if the capacity and capacity don’t add to up to make for a sensible usage pattern as marketed by the device manufacturer, then what good would it be if it has the most beautiful pressure gauge or light design of portability?
Once we are convinced that the pressure and capacity combo make for a meaningful intended application, we will move on to look at the associated gadgets like the gauges included and portability oriented features like attached lights. Portability gets in depth analysis, particularly for compressors that are designed to be used at commercial settings.