A: Hello Matt, The compressor has a knob that is turned clockwise to increase pressure and counterclockwise to decrease pressure. If you scroll down to product overview, on the right hand side is Info & Guides. Click on the use and care manual. On page two there is a closer picture and more of an explanation of how it works. If you have further question please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org and reference case # 12900565. Thank you, Deeris
A: Yes it does. The one on the left is the air compression total. the one on the right is the adjustable nozzle side. It’s adjusted with the knob in the middle.
A: Yes, is good compressor. I used for to paint 2 gate and worked good.
A: The gauge number refers to the size of the nails that the nailer holds and shoots. 16 gauge nail is larger than the 18 gauge brad nails.
A: 18 gauge is smaller than 16 the same as in wire size in an extension cord
A: Nail gauge refers to the "thickness" of the nail. Here is the tricky part, as the gauge number decreases the thickness of the nail increases. 18 gauge nails are very thin and work best for more delicate applications like trim. Lower gauge nails work better for framing and roofing. A 16 gauge nail will not physically fit into a nail gun made only for 18 gauge nails. You must match the nail to the nail gun.
A: The DWFP55126 is a 10 amp , 60 Hz, 120V compressor.