Its Up Stroke, The Charge of Air Is Forced Out And Into A Storage Tank

By | August 26, 2019

Air compressors use this principle by pumping air into an air chamber through the use of the constant motion of pistons. They use one-way valves to guide air into and out of a chamber whose base consists of a moving piston. When the piston is on its down stroke in tire air compressor, it draws air into the chamber.

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Special Ops Tools gets that tires are not a "one size fits all" situation and neither are air compressors. We have the M1A1 for cars, SUVs and light trucks, that powers from a cigarette lighter. The M240 is for larger tires, Jeeps and trucks, powered by a vehicle's battery. The MV89G is too powerful even for an ammo can and is designed for 35" or larger tires and powers from a vehicle's battery.