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Dewalt Cordless Air Compressor with Flexvolt Technology1/11/2022
Dewalt Cordless Air Compressor with Flexvolt Technology The Dewalt 20V Max 2.5 Gallon Cordless Air Compressor with Flexvolt Advantage Technology delivers max 140 PSI, allowing up to 81% more nails per cycle and more than 1,100 linear feet of shoe molding per charge, the company says.Get more news about Air Compressor Dewalt,you can vist our website! The OneTurn Regulator allows users to adjust the regulated pressure quickly and efficiently without manually gauging pressure, and with a cordless compact design at just 21.5 lbs. (bare tool), the compressor can be easily transported, carried, and stored without the hassle of extension cords and power sources. When paired with 20V Max batteries, a max PSI of 125 is achieved. The compressor can be paired with Dewalt staple guns and brad or finish nailers for a wide range of fastening applications. The brushless motor and oil-free pump provide efficiency and long compressor life, while the covered On/Off switch and heavy duty rollcage offer durability on the jobsite There are many air compressors on the market, including portable, jobsite, and industrial compressors. Portable air compressors are small and light, making them easy to move around the work area. Jobsite compressors are built to handle rough working conditions and multiple users. Industrial compressors, commonly found in auto shops or manufacturing plants, have large tanks to accommodate numerous tools at once. Acme Tools offers the air compressor and accessories needed for the task-at-hand. What Air Compressor Do I Need? There are a few things to consider when selecting which specific air compressor fits your needs. Portability, cubic feet per minute (CFM) of tools, tank size, type, and where you're using the compressor are some things to take a look at. The majority of homeowners will want a compressor that's easily portable and has 0-5 CFM, which is enough for common air compressor tools, such as brad nailers, drills, and impact wrenches. Tradespeople should focus on a jobsite compressor capable of providing longer run times and providing the power needed to handle consistent work with pneumatic nailers or grinders.
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