An air compressor is a machine built to compress or merge air inside a container. Air compressors work quite similar to our lungs when we hold our breathing and, perhaps, blow up a balloon. The air is pulled and compacted in the tank like as air in our lungs, mounting the air's pressure and decreasing its quantity. While using the device, the compressed air releases through a hose in a steady, potent torrent - like from our lungs and out of our pursed lips in a full rivulet of air. In compressors, the air pressure inside the tank will go on to intensify until it reaches a predetermined pressure limit. The tool's pressure limit varies from high to low with the type and dimension of compressor. Air compressors as well feature a regulator that is set to compliment the definite tools and application’s required pressure.