Two stage medium pressure compressors

Air compressors are one of the tools that prove as useful and versatile in the workshop.  These machines can be used in a variety of ways including impact wrenches, airbrush painting, nail guns, etc.  The decision of which air compressor to select can often be a challenge.  Factors to be considered when selecting an air compressor include maximum pressure needed, duration of operation, and expected life of the compressor.

When Should we use a Two-Stage Air Compressor?

A two-stage compressor is needed for applications requiring greater than 200 psi.  This type of compressor works the same way as the single stage with one main difference, the air is cool before being compressed a second time in the second stage.  When the demand for air is high over a large period of time a two-stage air compressor is ideal.  Because the air is more compressed with this type of compressor, it allows for more air to be stored in the same space.

Two stage air compressors work in a very similar manner with the primary difference being that they compress the air in two steps or stages. During the first step or stage, air is drawn in and compressed to an intermediate pressure. After being compressed in the first stage, the air is piped, usually through an intercooler where the air is allowed to cool, to be compressed in the final or second stage. Two stage compressors are normally good for pressures up to 200psi.

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