Compressed Air Systems Resource Center

Compressed Air Systems Inc. is an expert in the application of air compressors for a wide range of industries, including the compressor industry. We offer a library of useful information, charts, formulas and web calculators to help you select the right equipment for your industry’s application.


Our Resource Library

By visiting our website, you can visit our Resources Library and complete our free sign-up for full access to the library. The resources contained in our library have important information on subjects such as:

  • Air compressor maintenance
  • Data charts
  • Efficiency tests
  • Benefits of compressor maintenance
  • Pressure, vacuum and efficiency conversion charts
  • Tool air consumption chart
  • Compressed Air System’s Custom Calculators
  • Much more.

All of this information is available in downloadable documents, or online calculators, which let you enter the information and perform the calculations for you. Additionally, documents outline the benefits to your business that come from proper maintenance and minimizing air leaks. Our documents even provide helpful hints about the topics that will help you make decisions about your compressor needs.

Once you have signed up for our free resource library, you will also be notified of any new material that is published. This feature will help to keep you up to date on the latest news, tips and information from Compressed Air Systems.

What Else We Offer

Our website also offers a comprehensive glossary of terms used in the air compressor industry. If you are not sure what polytropic compression or hysteresis mean, visit our website and peruse our glossary. This will help give you a better understanding of the language used in the industry and allow you to become more knowledgeable about compressors.

Finally, visit our blog for updated news about our business and the compressor industry in general. Posts include topics such as a new webinar offered by CAS and Kaiser Air, a BBC documentary featuring Kaiser air compressors and a history of air compressors.


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