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Electric Air Compressor, 2 Stage

CAMPBELL HAUSFELD

Price: $2,830.00 / each

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  • Item # 10H734
  • Mfr. Model # CE7053FP
  • UNSPSC # 40151601
  • Catalog Page # 3631
  • Shipping Weight 592.0 lbs.
Country of Origin USACountry of Origin is subject to change.

Technical Specs

  • ItemElectric Air Compressor
  • Compressor TypeTank Mounted
  • Number of Stages2
  • HP5
  • Max. Pressure175 psi
  • Free Air CFM @ Max. Pressure16.6
  • Voltage208-230/460
  • Phase3
  • Amps14.2-13.0/6.5
  • Tank Size80 gal.
  • Tank TypeHorizontal
  • ASME TankYes
  • (F)NPT Outlet3/4"
  • Pump RPM700
  • Pump Oil Capacity2 qt.
  • On Pressure Switch Setting145
  • Off Pressure Switch Setting175
  • FinishPowder Coated
  • EnclosureOpen Dripproof NEMA
  • ControlPressure Switch
  • Motor TypeOpen Dripproof
  • Overall Length20"
  • Overall Width64"
  • Overall Height48"
  • StandardsASME, California Code 462(L)(2), CSA
  • IncludesMounted, Wired Motor Starter, Fully Enclosed Metal Beltguard, Aftercooler, Digital Hour Meter, Automatic Tank Drain, Low Oil Guard, Vibration Pads
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Rated 3 out of 5 by 1reviewer.
Rated 3 out of 5 by This is probably a fine compressor, but I have to return mine and I haven't even uncrated it.Nowhere in the description does it tell you that in addition to the 3 phase power, the motor starter needs SEPARATE 115v single phase power. A common household plug. It's not even Grainger's fault. The Campbell Hausfeld site doesn't tell you either.If CH wants to save a few bucks by cutting corners, fine. But they need to make it clear what the power requirements are for their products. Apparently they just assume that 115v single phase is available everywhere. Wrong. May 9, 2014
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