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15 CFM Air Compressors

To run an operation, you need a compressed air source, and Warthog has the best 15 CFM air compressors around. No matter your operation, we have options to fit your needs.

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RCP-4981VNS (80 Gal) and RCP-4961VNS (60 Gal)

5HP 175PSI Tank Mounted 2 Stage Reciprocating Air Compressor By Chicago Pneumatic

Two Stage Electric Simplex Piston

2 Configurations Available
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$1,910.00 – $2,302.00
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IronAir

IronAir Series Tank Mounted Cast Iron Reciprocating Air Compressor By Mark

Made To Last Workshops rarely offer ideal conditions for machinery. They can be dusty and dirty, which is why you
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$3,104.80 – $10,080.00
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QT-54

QT54 Series Two Stage Piston Air Compressor By Quincy

Efficient, robust and delivers more air (CFM) per brake horsepower while consuming less energy.

2 Configurations Available
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$2,433.00 – $2,649.25
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13-15 CFM Air Compressor Options

Understanding CFM and the flow of compressed air is crucial. CFM represents the volume of air that the pump can compress in one minute. A high CFM rating indicates a compressor’s ability to provide more air, making it ideal for more extensive operations. Knowing your system’s output and how the air is used can identify potential issues and optimize your air compressor’s performance.

If you don’t have a pre-existing system and want to make one, we can help you determine your expected CFM requirements. All this involves is taking inventory of your equipment, or expected equipment, and noting how much air is required for them to operate correctly. Most hand-held tools need between 30 and 40 CFM, while more industrial equipment needs 90 to 100 CFM to operate correctly. Once you have taken note of everything that needs compressed air, you should figure out what CFM is required for operation.

Operating at 13-15 CFM is relatively low based on our traditional equipment. Most units can power multiple compressed air tools with different CFM needs. Units available will have options exceeding 13 CFM and much higher for applications requiring it.

 

Air Compressors Rated For 13-15 CFM

Navigating air compressors can be stressful, especially with all of the essential variables that combine in a compressed air system. If you don’t have a plan or an outline, it can be a daunting task, but don’t worry; we have a guide to help you get all of the information you need to start this process.

A few variables must line up when you are sizing or picking out your air compressor. These variables include but are not limited to:

  • CFM/Airflow
  • Pressure (PSI)
  • Horsepower
  • Power/Voltage
  • Available Space
  • Air Quality

Keeping track of these variables is challenging, and finding the right compressor can be even more of an uphill battle, but the reward of a healthy compressed air system outweighs the work required to put one in place. The healthier the compressed air system is, the less that can go wrong. It may seem easier to go with a cheaper compressor and try to make it work, but that will only result in more work for you in the long run. 

Trying to save some money by getting a cheaper compressor will only cause you more frustration and money lost in the long run. The right tool for the right job will be the most affordable choice. Getting the wrong equipment can lead to rushed repairs, extended downtime, and even ruin your final product. Inaccurately sizing your compressor means your equipment won’t be able to handle the moisture in best-case scenarios, and in worst-case scenarios, your system won’t even create air.

 

Getting Your Own 13-15 CFM Air Compressor

When selecting your air compressor, CFM, PSI, and available space are the essential variables when sizing it, but they are not all of the critical details. 

A few more things to consider when sizing your air compressor are:

  • Type of Compressor
  • Technology
  • Power
  • Utilization
  • Storage
  • Noise
  • Industry Air Standards

These factors are less important than the three significant variables, but that is a marginal difference as they can still throw off your entire system. Differences in technology, noise levels, and storage can be the difference between a peaceful operation or a money pit that drains your funds and delivers low-quality air. 

Identifying the type of equipment you need can be complicated due to the many variables involved. If you need help figuring out what air compressor you need, check out some of our resources for selecting an air compressor. You will thank yourself if you take the time now to square away all the details rather than dealing with the problems of getting the wrong equipment. 

Selecting an Air Compressor is crucial to your system, so you must ensure you have the right one. Take your time with this process; I cannot stress this enough: take your time to find the 13-15 CFM Air Compressor you need for your system. Double and triple-check that all variables align correctly with your new compressor and your current system (or your future system).

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