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Compressors

Compressors

Tired of deflating tyres? Equip yourself with one of the powerful compressors from Anaconda and you won't run the risk of being left standing with a flat tyre, whatever your location. Compressors can also make easy work of inflating mattresses and other inflatable items such as paddling pools, bouncy castles, in fact anything that you would find it hard to inflate manually, as well as powering a number of tools that are driven by compressed air.

Designed to run off your 4WD battery, these compressors are portable and will stow easily in the boot or back of your vehicle, offering you peace of mind when you are planning to take an adventure trip.

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  • Projecta AC Pro 12V Storm Air Compressor 72 LPM

    Projecta AC Pro 12V Storm Air Compressor 72 LPM

    This 150PSI air compressor provides quick tyre inflation, regardless of whether you're 4WDing on sand, camping, fishing or hunting it's even handy around the house with sports equipment and the kids bikes. High volume air flow, 2.4m battery leads, 6m coiled hose and remote pressure gauge, it's desig...

    Reg: $209.99


  • Projecta AC Pro 12V Typhoon Air Compressor 150 LPM

    Projecta AC Pro 12V Typhoon Air Compressor 150 LPM

    Don't be last one standing round without their tyres inflated, Unique twin head compressor provides exceptional performance pushing out 150 Litres per minute, powerful enough to inflate yours and your mates big 4WD tyres fast. The powerful 600W Motor uses a permanent magnet motor with sealed bearing...

    Reg: $229.99


  • Dune Razorback Series II Compressor

    Dune Razorback Series II Compressor

    Waiting to inflate your tyres is boring, this where the Dune razorback compressor will have tyres up in no time! Average 150L per minute of continuous air and maxs out at 150psi is sure to have you on the road in no time. With a 40 min duty cycle you might even have time to inflate your mates tyres ...

    Reg: $140.00


  • Projecta AC Pro 12V Cyclone Air Compressor 37 LPM

    Projecta AC Pro 12V Cyclone Air Compressor 37 LPM

    The Projecta AC Pro 12V Cyclone Air Compressor is power & compact power by 12VDC. This model is equipped with a permanent magnet motor with sealed bearings & brass vavles. The In line pressure gauge sets the right pressure, and provides the greatest reliability & performance. Suitable fo...

    Reg: $149.99


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Can I purchase compressors at Anaconda?

Yes, you can. Compressors can save the day in the event that you get stuck with a flat tyre. They can also make easy work of inflating mattresses and other inflatable items such as paddling pools, bouncy castles, in fact, anything that you would find it hard to inflate manually, as well as powering a number of tools that are driven by compressed air. Designed to run off your 4WD battery, these compressors are portable and will stow easily in the boot or back of your vehicle, offering you peace of mind when you are planning to take an adventure trip.

What are the most important things to consider when buying a compressor?

Choosing an air compressor can leave you feeling lost if you don't know what to look for. That is because air compressors power a wide range of tools over a wide range of applications. In order to get your air supply right, arm yourself with the right knowledge. 

1. Analyse your requirements: Are you going to be using the compressor to power machinery or to power pneumatic tools or to simply inflate a tire? You'll probably want a compressor with a tank if you plan on using tools that require high flow. You may want a portable compressor without a tank if you plan on merely using it for airbrushing or filling a tire. Since there is no tank to store the compressed air the tankless type will run continuously, which usually isn't an issue since they are usually quite small and therefore make minimal noise. In particular, consider pressure and volume requirements of any tools you may be using. Obviously, heavy-duty tools require much more pressure and, in turn, more volume. If you fail to choose a compressor that's large enough for your intended use, you will find yourself waiting for the tank to fill up, thereby decreasing your work efficiency.

2. Understand compressor jargon: Here is a brief look at the jargon and terminology frequently used when talking compressors.Air Flow (output) – The volume of compressed air pushed out by the compressor – also called Free Air Delivery (FAD). Measured in Litres per minute (L/min) or Cubic Feet Per Minute (CFM).Pressure – This is the force of the compressed air. It is expressed in Pounds per Square Inch (Psi) or Bar.Displacement (volume) – This is the theoretical capacity of a compressor. Usually worked out by the size of the pump’s cylinders and the speed that it operates. Also measured in L/min or CFM. As a general rule. Airflow or (FAD) is a third less than displacement. 

3. Consider your power source: Will you have the luxury of electricity at all times, or will you be in environments without electricity? Make sure your chosen compressor works where you need it. Also, check that the lead and hose are suitable to get to all the places where you need the compressed air.

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