Trim compressors are very handy because of their portability and are most beneficial in projects that don’t require much air flow or pressure. Trim compressors are always selected for small jobs with staplers and nailers & airbrushes.
Trim compressors are new comes in air compressor family but have been really capturing creativity and usage. You can find a huge variety of excellent, versatile, and capable units.
If you are planning to purchase a trim compressor make sure that you have low airflow requirements and won’t be using that requires high pressure. Another reason to choose Trim compressor is when small space is available or quite environment is required. You can also use Trim compressors as a backup compressor for your shop.
We have selected three best trim compressors from the market based on their quality performance and reliability in every project done.
The Makita MAC700 is a little heavier and a little bulkier, but it’s ultra quite and still has the mustard to drive an impact or a full size nail gun, and it should quite literally last forever.
The DeWALT D55140 is a professional grade trim compressor in a compact format that doubles as a stool.