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Air Compressors & Air Tools for Sale (2,356)

Upgrade your construction arsenal with our extensive selection of air tools and air compressors for sale from United Rentals. Our range of high-quality air tools provides the power and precision to tackle any task, from drilling and grinding to sanding and nailing. Paired with our top-of-the-line air compressors, you can count on consistent and uninterrupted airflow to keep your operations running smoothly.

For our full list of air tools and air compressors, view the items below. For more information about air tools and air compressors, visit our resource section.



FAQs About Air Compressors & Air Tools

Looking for air equipment for sale? Let United Rentals be your one-stop shop for all your used air equipment needs. From pneumatic power tools like air impact wrenches, air hammers and air drills to air receivers, air dryers and air compressors, United Rentals is here to connect you with the equipment you need. Conserve energy and optimize productivity and economy by using an air compressor to power several air tools simultaneously. Reach out to one of our Used Equipment Sales experts to learn more about additional inventory and our selection of air tool accessories, air compressors and air tools for sale.

Learn more about our air tools and air compressors in our FAQ section below.

Can I use air compressor oil in air tools?

Always check the instructions for your specific machine to find the best oil for your equipment. Air tools and air compressors both require nondetergent oil, but air compressors typically require heavier oil than air tools.

Do I need a license or certification to operate air tools?

You can operate air tools without a license or certification, but it’s important to review best safety practices. Air tools are extremely powerful and pose some unique — and avoidable — safety hazards. Read our Project Uptime article, Common Hazards of Pneumatic Tools and How to Avoid Them to learn how to keep your team safe.

How do I maintain air equipment?

Maintenance varies depending on the manufacturer and specific air tool. In general, follow any lubricating requirements that are recommended in your air tool’s equipment manual instructions. Preventive care — like regular cleaning and proper storage — helps prolong the lifespan of your equipment.