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1.1 HP, 115VAC, 4 gal. Portable Electric Oil-Lubricated Air Compressor, 125 psi
- Item # 1VAP1
- Mfr. Model # D55151
- UNSPSC # 40151601
- Catalog Page # 3630
- Shipping Weight 63.45 lbs.
- ItemPortable Electric Oil-Lubricated Air Compressor
- Tank TypeTwin Stack
- Full Load Amps15.0
- Free Air CFM @ 90 PSI3.4
- Free Air CFM @ Max. Pressure2.7
- Max. Pressure125 psi
- Tank Size4 gal.
- (F)NPT Outlet1/4"
- Weight54 lb.
- Cylinder MaterialCast Iron
- Lubrication TypeOil Lubricated
- Motor RPM3400
- Motor TypeInduction
- Avg. Pump Life1,500 hr.
- dBA @ 3 Feet83.0
- Overall Length18-1/2"
- Overall Width15"
- Overall Height16-3/4"
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That would depend on the voltage you are plugging it into, I would not use this at 50hz even if you have 120 VAC. The compressor motor is not designed to operate at 50hz. doing so would likely overheat the motor and cause dammage.
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