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In need of an air compressor rental? United Rentals has the right tool for the job. Search our selection of high-quality options to meet your exact requirements. Use air compressors to assist with completing job tasks in several environments, such as agricultural workspaces, industrial and manufacturing plants, and construction sites. Specific applications use air tools for jobs like painting, pressure washing and other tasks. We offer a vast selection, including small air compressors, mid-size compressors, large compressors, gas-powered models and more. Whether the jobsites are in a confined industrial space, on the grind in the shop or out on a new construction site, we’ve got it covered.
If you need help with an air compressor rental, United Rentals is happy to offer support through our dedicated team of industry professionals. With the largest fleet of construction rental equipment in the world, we’re not only sure to have an air compressor that meets your job’s needs, but we can also assist with any challenges in operating the equipment safely and efficiently. Our goal is to help you meet your project goals, and United Rentals specialists are standing by to help.
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United Rentals is the largest equipment rental and end-to-end worksite solutions company in the world. Backed by a robust fleet of rental equipment and a team of experts ready to custom-engineer a solution for projects of any size, we’ve got you covered. United Rentals offers trucks and trailers, power and HVAC solutions, air compressors and tools, earthmoving equipment, and much more. Plus, with almost 1,200 locations across North America, we have the tools and equipment you need, where you need them. Reserve your rental equipment online and leverage digital tools to manage and optimize your fleet, control costs, access invoices, and have total control over your projects. United Rentals is here to help you keep projects on track.
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Like many other tools, selecting an air compressor is largely dependent on the size of the job. Larger jobs will require higher capacity and pressure, and lower jobs will require less capacity. In general, there’s a ratio calculation of cubic feet per minute (CFM) to pound per square inch (PSI), which essentially requires the operator to gauge the necessary CFM at the highest PSI, accounting for an additional 50% to create a margin for safety consideration. This calculation can vary depending on the tool and project needs. We recommend consulting with your local United Rentals branch specialists to ensure the safe and efficient use of tools.
Like choosing an air compressor for any application, determining size for air tools depends on the type and scale of tool. Air compressors power tools for varied tasks like painting, sawing, chiseling, riveting, grinding, screwing, nailing and more. Each of these tasks has recommended ratio measurements for determining the amount of CFM and PSI needed to safely operate the equipment for the task at hand, often based on the horsepower of the compressor unit. United Rentals offers support, and our team of specialists are readily available to confirm your requirements. Reach out to your local branch today.
Air compressors reduce the volume of air or gas, increasing the pressure and turning it into power for various pneumatic applications. Air compressors store the air in a tank or holding area under increasing pressure. Once the pressure reaches a limit, the operator connects it to a tool that releases the compressed air to power cylinders, motors, actuators, or other devices that generate power to move and operate the machine or tool parts.